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Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Finding the Right Web Hosting Provider

Your business needs a website. There is just no getting around it anymore. As few as five years ago, you may have been able to survive without a website, but now, if you don’t have a website, you are missing out on possible business opportunities. Getting a website means that you need someone who can design it. You need someone who can maintain it, and you need a web hosting provider to get it on the Internet.
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Why Do You Need a Website?

If you are asking yourself this question, you are hopelessly out of the loop when it comes to the state of business today. To answer the question, you have to ask yourself another question. How do people find out about your business or any other business? Remember, when you ask this question, don’t look at your out-of-date friends with their archaic rotary phones who dial 4-1-1. Does that still exist?

Instead, go to a place where the young people with lots of disposable income hangout. Most likely, this will be a mall, but be sure to pick the hip or cool mall (all words that are no longer in the lexicon of youngsters, but mean the same thing depending on your generation). Do not pick the dead mall. Every town has one, and it should not be where you try to do market research. There is a reason that it is dead.

Once you get there. Look at what the kids are doing. They are all on their phones. Their phones are all smart and probably smarter than them. That means that they are doing on of two things – texting or surfing the internet. Guess what? Unless your business is in that mall or on the Internet, your business might as well be a ghost.

A Web Host

Your web hosting provider will not provide you with cocktails or mini sausages. It will provide you with a way to put your website on the Internet in a safe and secure manner for a reasonable feel. Pay attention to the other perks and use them to your advantage, and you will be reaping the rewards of the information age in no time.

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