The Problem with Free Web Hosting

Written by Ratliff J.

There are literally thousands of places to get Free web hosting. Maybe you already have one. Are you happy with it? Do you wish you could do away withrepparttar advertising you must put up with?

There a number of reasons why you should not use free web hosting. If you only have a personal website for friends or family, than a free website is fine. However, if you are trying to sell a product or attract people to your website, it is a bad idea. Here is why.

1. Free Websites have no guarantee. They may be here today gone tomorrow.

2. Free websites usually put ads on their website, making your website look like an advertising medium for who knows what product.

Starting a Web Hosting Business, part 1

Written by Dave Summits

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Starting a Web Hosting Business, part 1

Running a web hosting business can be a very profitable and successful business, but it is not a get-rich-quick scheme. You will need to devote a lot of time into your business to make it successful. In this part 1 of Starting a Web Hosting Business, we will cover your business plan, in which you will lay outrepparttar 139313 different aspects of your business.

You will need to know how you will be hosting your clients. I recommend starting out with either a reseller plan or VPS, and as you grow, eventually move up to a dedicated server. One limitation of a reseller plan is that you cannot sell reseller accounts. You need root access torepparttar 139314 server to do that, which requires a VPS (virtual private server) or a dedicated server. For most hosting startups, a $20-30 a month reseller plan is fine to start. If you want to sell reseller plans, you can get a VPS starting at about $40-50 a month. There are many different providers out there, I recommend using Google to find hosts and then looking for reviews on them at

Now, I am going to compare reseller plans, VPS, and dedicated servers.

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