First we want to welcome all of our new subscribers and our new customers.
Weather here has been pretty crazy. We go from 20 to 60.. seems more like Spring. I have some friends in Washington state that had almost a foot of snow in their backyard (more snow than theyâ€™ve had in years). Today weâ€™re going to talk about how to get hosting for a website â€“ so you can build it, and weâ€™ve included some links for older stories.
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Continue â€“ Getting Hosting for a Site
There are many different hosting services where you can host your website. A couple of weeks ago we talked about getting domain name. The host is where you will actually put the files for your website. Youâ€™ll then have to point your domain name to the host. It sounds pretty complicated but it really isnâ€™t.
Weâ€™ve been in this business for over ten years. Weâ€™ve had a number of different websites hosted with different hosting companies. Sometimes it can be difficult to have great service and prices that donâ€™t break the bank.
The service we use is dreamhost.
Here is the link – http://www.dreamhost.com/r.cgi?1193070
The cost for a dreamhost shared account (as of this writing) was $8.95 / month.
To get started just click the link on the left â€“ they are currently offering 2 weeks free. Next time weâ€™ll talk about connecting your hosting to your domain name.
Remember with our new tutor program we do all of this work for you. The details can be found here –
Setting up your blog.
Adding things to your blog / making it SEO friendly.
The smart way to post content.
Hope you have a wonderful week.