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Don't Buy Web Hosting Without Reading this First!

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Simple Techniques to Save Time, Energy and Money on Web Hosting!
Introduction
Don’t buy web hosting without reading this first!
Yes, its true, you are going to find some HUGE money saving tips and resources. I guarantee
you will earn back the money you paid for this guide with the money you will have saved, and
then some!!!!
You are going to save money with Hosting Rebates and Coupons, DIY tips, techniques and
resources that will help you choose a better provider (not just based on looks!) so you get the
best bang for your buck.
Ok, you have your web site built and are now confused as to all the choices you have in order to
find a home for your site.
It is good to make a right choice the first time, because if you have to move to another hosting
service, it will cost you time and you will lose some of your valued customers due to the downtime
setting up with another host.
You will also have to pay set up and hosting fees for a new account.
Choosing the best solution can be more of a challenge
Normally you get what you pay for when it comes to web hosting. Ask yourself a few questions
about your needs. Do you aim for a business or personal website?
What kind of customer service and technical support do you want? What about security and
privacy? When your business grows will the provider be able to handle your needs?
Is support for e-commerce, domain name registration included? What kind of website tools,
control panel, and user interface are offered?
Evaluate the features of each web hosting provider
Find one that fits your needs to support your small business website or personal site. If it's not
clear what the services are, call or email to get clarification.
A good web hosting provider will be glad to spend time with you in order to get your questions
answered and possibly gain your trust. Reliability in terms of uptime and performance is crucial
for your web hosting provider.
Make sure that the companies you are evaluating have 100% uptime (or close to), and that their
performance is fast and consistent.
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