If you own a website, it’s best to use an email that contains your domain name. This not only makes it look more professional during your correspondences with your clients or visitors on your website, it also lends credibility as people are assured you are from where you claim to be from.
You can still use Gmail or other free emails if you want, but it just doesn’t cut it, especially if you are running a business on your website.
In the video below, I am going to show you how to setup an email account for your domain. This is actually a very simple process. Read full story »
I’ve already given you a clear introduction, features and pricing of Web Hosting Hub in my previous post, however here I will detail some of the key points of the service, as well as a more in depth look at both the good and bad this company has to offer for the aspiring entrepreneur in the Web Hosting Hub review below.
And there is a lot of good.
The web hosting business has become extremely competitive, so any company still left standing is almost guaranteed to be top notch.
Web Hosting Hub is no exception. Read full story »
Welcome to my first lesson on WordPress Tutorial!
If this is your first time using WordPress, or if you are looking for a WordPress Overview to understand about it better before getting started, then this article and video is for you!
You see…WordPress is actually quite easy to use. The learning curve is not that steep.
However, to figure it all out on your own is still tedious. Read full story »
Over the past two years I have come to know and understand the BlueHost system, having used it to manage several different websites. And hence I’ve decided to do a Bluehost review here and share my experiences below.
It is easy to understand why Bluehost is a popular web hosting company.
Bluehost uses the Linux servers known for its stability that delivers all that you need in one hosting plan. They pride themselves as one of the pioneers to simplify and repackage everything needed for launching a new website into a single plan. Read full story »
Do you know you can create a website using WordPress in 5 minutes?
I’m not joking. It’s that simple…
Any WordPress users can attest to that.
Once your domain and web host has been set up properly, you are ready to install WordPress onto your site.
The installation process takes a few settings. The rest is automatic and takes less than a minute.
Once the installation process in complete, your site is live!
You are now ready to log into your new WordPress site and add your content. Read full story »
For those looking at building their online business, there are many options for purchasing web hosting sites. One of the more intriguing is iPage which offers a number of interesting options for building a website. Here are my iPage reviews to give you a better understanding of what iPage has to offer. Read full story »
Having covered the basics and introduction of HostGator in my Top 5 Web Hosting Companies Comparison article, I’ll give you a synopsis of the key benefits, or lack thereof, in the HostGator reviews here.
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In the previous lesson, we show you how to buy a domain name from GoDaddy or Enom via Google. Once you have purchased your domain, you are ready to set it up with your web host. If you already have a web host, skip to Step 2 on how to link domain to web host.
If you hadn’t have a web hosting account, then Step 1 is also for you. Read full story »
So how to choose a domain name for your blog?
This may be one of the most common questions for people who are planning to create their own website.
So I thought it is a good idea to create this article to shed some light about the best practices in choosing a domain name.
There’s actually a couple things you need to note so as to make the most out of your new domain name. Read full story »
In the previous lesson, we talked in general how to create a self-hosted website from scratch. In this tutorial and video training, I am going to show you in detail how to purchase domain name from Google.
There are actually a lot of places or rather domain registrars where you can purchase a domain name.
The popular and reputable sites selling domains are GoDaddy.com, Enom.com, Tucows.com and NetworkSolutions.com. Read full story »