Beginners, and especially those getting a bit of a late start, the seemingly endless lists of specialized, technical terms and different options available are almost enough to make a person wash their hands of the whole thing. With all of the options available in the web hosting industry these days, it is understandable that hosting newcomers often find themselves feeling lost and confused. Before you decide to give up, however, it is important to understand that web hosting is not an inherently difficult venture, but actually a quite easy one, and in the sections that follow, we will provide you with the information you need to get your site up and running in no time!
The first step in getting your web site ready for the web is selecting and registering a domain name. This name will serve as your online identity, and help your visitors remember what your site is about.
To create your website to give it the look and feel you want. When coming up with a design for your website, it is extremely important to do a good deal of research to see what works for a website like yours, and what doesn't. If you are a true beginner, you may want to consider hiring a design company to help you create your web pages. For more information on the basics of site design, please feel free to check out this article Ten Tips to a Better Web Design.
We have 6 major packages to choose from. Our Personal is designed for small personal websites, this package is out most popular. Our Power Package is designed for medium sized businesses, it has all the features you would need including more storage and bandwidth. Our Pro is designed for corporations or heavy used sites. Our most popular client is corporate websites, who rely on the large storage and bandwidth to fit their growing needs. Our Hosting Packages
With most sites, you will need to use an FTP program, which these days are relatively simple. The role of an FTP program is to upload your created web pages, text, and image files to your server. Once you have uploaded your files, your page files will then be served to users who enter your site. Some of the more popular programs are LeapFTP and Putty. Once you have successfully uploaded your files and pages to the web, your site will be up and running!
Simply having a functional web site on the Internet is only the first step down the long and winding road to web success. In order to make sure your site enjoys the best chances of success, it is essential that you do your fair share of promotion. Before you go out and start passing out flyers or putting up billboards, make sure you register you site with the major search engines. For more information on how to submit your site to the major search engines, check our our article Submitting Your Site to Search Engines.