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3 things to look at when picking a web host

Posted by Alex Bailey On February - 18 - 2014ADD COMMENTS
Web Design Having the right web hosting provider is crucial to your success online. It can spell the difference between retaining a customer or losing one. For example, if your site is slow to load or down, your customer might look for another site, most likely a competitor. Therefore reliability is a must. iPage is a top choice when it comes to reliability. A minimum uptime rate is 99.5% otherwise you're in trouble. Another thing to consider is the cost. Shared hosting platforms are best for bloggers or small websites. Web Hosting Hub (see review) offers shared hosting making it cost effective. However for big businesses, you would require VPS or dedicated server especially with big e-commerce sites. Our analysis of inMotion shows that it's highly versatile. They cater from small to big businesses. For more information on web hosting, visit Web Hosting Provider List.

Microsoft coupon codes

Posted by Alex Bailey On April - 4 - 2013Comments Off
Microsoft Promo Code is a great source for coupon codes for Microsoft products. You can get discounts on Office, Windows, and even Xbox 360. When purchasing products online, searching for promotional offers is a must every time. Whether you’re purchasing inexpensive things like domain names, or expensive hardware, there are almost always discounts available.

Easily back up your website’s data to the cloud

Posted by Alex Bailey On April - 6 - 2014ADD COMMENTS
Save your data

With storage space being so cheap, and cloud based services in abundance, no webmaster should not be doing online backups.  There are many options when backing up your files, but I think a cloud based solution is both the easiest and the cheapest.  By storing your data in the cloud, you can schedule backups that are easily restorable, are stored at a 3rd party location to ensure redundancy, and you don’t have to worry about expensive RAID arrays. If you own a lot of websites like I do, you may... (more...)

Using cloud based hosting to survive traffic spikes

Posted by Alex Bailey On March - 31 - 2014ADD COMMENTS
Cloud Hosting

Every webmaster dreams of making it to the front page of websites like Reddit and Slashdot.  However, your dreams can simultaneously turn into a nightmare when you realize just how resource demanding that amount of traffic can be.  Hundreds of thousands or even millions of users can be pushed to your tiny website in under 24 hours, so how can you prepare your server?  Well, hosting it in “the cloud” is the cheapest, most effective method. I’ve experienced huge traffic spikes, both on shared... (more...)

Pros and cons of leasing server vs colocating

Posted by Alex Bailey On March - 30 - 2014ADD COMMENTS
Fiber Optic

For those of us who need dedicated servers, choosing between colocation and leasing a server from a web host can be tricky.  There are a bunch of pros and cons to each solution, and it’s difficult to come up with a clear cut answer to which is better.  Various factors from SLA, price, and support are all things that someone needs to consider before purchasing server space. Price Depending on the type of hardware you need, usually picking colocation is cheaper.  When leasing a server, you pay... (more...)


Even if you’re using a shared web host, all webmasters should be very security conscious.  While it’s true that you have to think about it far less than someone who owns a dedicated, or VPS plan, security should still be your top priority when owning websites.  One major flaw I commonly see is people putting multiple domains on to a single user account in cPanel.  This exponentially increases your risk of attack with each website added on to the same account.  Let’s take a look at why... (more...)

Best services to use for monitoring website uptime

Posted by Alex Bailey On March - 23 - 2014ADD COMMENTS
Web Dev

It’s no secret, finding a web host can be tricky business.  They all offer different packages, customer support tiers, and cost different amounts of money.  However, by far the trickiest part is finding one that’s completely reliable.  Every company will preach how reliable they are, but there’s only one way to test the accuracy of this claim: to use them yourself.  We all know you can’t be checking out your websites all the time, so just how do you tell how reliable your host is? ... (more...)

Top 5 games of 2014

Posted by Alex Bailey On March - 22 - 2014ADD COMMENTS
Android gaming

With popular smart phone games hitting the market every day, it can be hard to keep up with the latest and greatest. 2014 continues to be another strong year in both Android as well as iPhone gaming. Whether you’re into strategy games, physics games, or even RPGs, you will have no issue finding new games this year. So let’s take a look at some of the trending games of 2014. The Room 2 This game is actually a sequel to the widely popular game of 2013, The Room.  However, this year it’s packed... (more...)