Archive for December, 2004

Are You Master of Your Own Domain? by Kate Smalley

This is an important topic for anyone who currently has a website and domain name,
as well as for anyone interested in building an internet identity. I am sharing not only
from personal experience (I have five active websites online at this time) but from my
business, Connecticut Secretary, and the projects I have been involved with in creating
and building websites for my customers.

The Basics of Hosting by Ric Shreves

At its most basic, getting an Internet project up and running requires two essentials: access to hardware and access to the Internet. Hardware and bandwidth are a major consideration in light of both the potential expense and the issue of quality of service. This is one of those areas where you can pay as much or as little as you like. There is a correlation between what you pay and the quality you get, but there are plenty of good deals to be found in the current market, so shop around.

ENSURING YOUR HOST OFFERS DECENT TECHNICAL SUPPORT

It’s the role of any reliable hosting firm to take full responsibility for its hardware, software and operating environment so that webmasters can focus solely upon running their business.
If a hosting company is truly committed to this objective, their technical support must be stellar. Customer care therefore is always a major consideration before you chose a Web host.

How To Shop and Save On Website Hosting by Jim Edwards

Jim Edwards is a syndicated newspaper columnist and the co-author of an amazing new ebook that will teach you how to use free articles to quickly drive thousands of targeted visitors to your website or affiliate links…

Simple Step Towards Improved Customer Satisfaction for Web Hosts by Toby Wolf

Most of your customers are not unreasonable sort of people. They understand that problems crop up and mistakes do happen. I don’t know about you, but I know that I am a MUCH more reasonable customer when the company I am purchasing services or products from promptly communicates any problems that arise.