Why You Should Be Wary of Reseller Hosting

Dedicated servers, shared hosting, VPS, reseller hosting. When you’re first getting into hosting your own website, the sheer number of options can seem overwhelming. So many names get thrown around that it can be hard to tell which service is best for the sort of site you want to host. And while a lot of that decision will be based on what kind of site you are looking to run, there is one thing you can be sure of no matter what kind of blog or site you’re looking to launch: you should avoid reseller hosting at all costs. What Is Reseller Hosting? Reseller hosts are exactly what they sound like they would be – hosts that resell space that they’ve purchased on another server specifically for the purpose of hosting other websites. You can think of it like someone subletting a room in a house they’re renting from someone else who actually owns it. It’s a potentially complicated hosting situation in which the company you’re purchasing services from is more of a middleman than an actual host server. What Are Some Complications? Back to the analogy of the sublet room, imagine being sold that space without being told that there are actually four other rooms and eight other roommates…

Keeping a Low-Budget Blog Professional Looking

There are a ton of different people online today looking to make a buck off of their blogs. Unfortunately that means that the other people who haven’t done that have taken to the idea that a blog is something that is easily made and amateur at best. While there are always those that use their blogs in a productive and successful way, many just start up a blog and leave it lying dormant. The countless junk-blogs out there shouldn’t put you off, though. You can have a professional looking blog, even if you don’t have the budget for one. There are simple and easy tricks to get some credit to your blog’s name, if you’re willing to put in a little bit of time. Background Any time that you need to use a physical background for something you have an opportunity to add some class to your operation. You may need a background if you’re taking pictures of a product that you’re reviewing, if you’re interviewing someone and want to stream a video of it, or even if you’re just sitting in front of something while you take a short recording of it. By using neutral colors like grey, black, white, or brown you are already creating a cleaner background…

How to Prepare for the Worst Case Hosting Scenario

If you’ve ever spent any amount of time designing websites or working with servers, you know that when things go wrong they have the potential to go REALLY wrong. This is why it’s so important to always have backup plans in place so that you don’t end up getting screwed on a massive scale. Unfortunately, it’s not always possible to predict when things are going to go wrong, especially when it comes to web hosting. Depending on what kind of hosting you’re going with and the hosting provider you choose, the potential for problems can range from low to high. If you want to make sure that you’re covered no matter the issue, you need to learn how to prepare for the worst case hosting scenario. Always Have an Alternative So maybe you signed up with a hosting provider that was a little sketchy. Maybe you didn’t realize it at the time, but now you’re dealing with consistent downtime and crappy customer support, which means your website is pretty much a disaster. The best way to come back from this kind of situation is to make sure you’ve got an alternative host bookmarked. Yes, you’re going to have to pay to register with a new host and to transfer everything…

cPanel Issues You Can Easily Avoid

If you’ve ever been involved or looked into website hosting, you’re probably aware that it can be quite difficult. It can also be really confusing, particularly if you’ve never done that type of thing before. Fortunately, there are certain programs like cPanel that exist to make hosting a much easier task. However, just because cPanel simplifies the hosting process doesn’t mean that people won’t experience issues while using it. As is the norm for almost every kind of software out there, there are always going to be problems. Any issues you may encounter with cPanel are the kind that can be easily circumvented or remedied, but it’s not a bad idea to learn which are the most common problems so that you’re able to see them coming. Out of Date Contact Info Because cPanel is going to be connected to your hosting account, you need to enter all your contact information related to that hosting account into cPanel. Because this kind of information tends to change (particularly if you’re transferring a website or switching to a different hosting provider), you may end up with a problem if you don’t make sure to keep it current. cPanel is the control panel you’ll use to handle all the hosting factors, but it’s…

3 Ways to Get More Visitors to Read Your About Page

When you create a blog, your About page is a little showcase for yourself and your personality. And, often times, readers want to know about who is behind the content they love to read each week. Having an easily accessible and enticing About section of your site can also entice readers to stray from their landing page to read your bio, which will prevent them from becoming a “bounce” in your analytics’ bounce rate. This is a page where you can really let your creativity shine, and talk about your family, your passions, and show off pictures of yourself and your home. But how do you get people to actually READ your About page? Here are a few tips for enticing your audience. 1. Have a Mini Bio in Your Sidebar It’s a good idea to set up a part of the sidebar on your blog to have a mini bio for readers to see, even if they never leave their landing page. Featuring a headshot of yourself and small, abridged version of your full bio page will let readers see your face and get a feel for who you are. If they like what they see, they just might head over to your About section to read more. Typically,…


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