Powerful Ideas As They Pertain To Web Page Hosting

TIP! Evaluate the types of sites that your web host offers. Some free hosts only allow you to upload HTML, and not other scripting languages.

Is your website ready for launch with a good web hosting service? Where do you begin this process? What are the best things to look for when selecting a company to be your website host? How do you determine if a web host is reliable? This article will give you the necessary information you need to understand hosting and find a host that will serve your needs.

TIP! Many web providers offer a myriad of add-ons to their services, but some of these features usually change from host to host. You should also make note of availability for each feature you are interested in, especially when you are narrowing down your choices.

Find out what kinds of web pages you can create using each potential web host. Some free sites only offer pages that are static, which won’t allow you to write any of your own scripts. If your site requires scripting to run, you’re better off searching for some good paid shared hosting.

TIP! Avoid web hosts that have a great deal of down time. Companies that have many outages, but make excuses for each outage are not reliable, as they have obviously not made any plans to prevent or shorten lengthy outages.

While it’s common for web hosts to offer add-ons with their packages, the actual features and packages vary widely between hosts. As you compare your options, you should also take into consideration the expected service levels and support for each of the most important features. For example, some features may only be available on higher-priced plans, so be on the lookout for relevant terms and conditions.

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TIP! Closely comparing the hosting companies on your short list will help you choose the one that is best for your business’s bottom line. Rates will often vary significantly, and the lower priced options might even be the ones that are better for your specific needs.

You should ask about any security measures that are in place when choosing a web host. Websites are under attack regularly, and there are very many other threats, as well. What procedures will a company use to deal with common threats like DDoS attacks? You should know what your web host will do if they are attacked through the Internet.

TIP! Choose a website hosting service, which provides detailed information about your website, such as the number of visitors you receive and how long they stay on your site. When you first start with your host, you can install a free counter on your website to ensure your host’s numbers are accurate.

Are you considering utilizing a web host that is free for the website you are starting? If you decide to do this, back up all of your data. Most free web hosts don’t provide backups of customer data. If anything disappears, you’ll have no luck getting it back from the hosting company.

TIP! If you are new to the world of web design, it is more important to have a web host which provides superior support than one who offers many extra features. As a beginner, you’ll find yourself asking a lot of questions on how certain features can be used when it comes to your package.

How much traffic you get will affect the size and price of the website hosting plan you need. Ask your host how your bill will be computed. The formula varies between providers with some charging a flat rate based on amount of traffic, and others charging a varying amount according to usage by month.

TIP! Find out what format your host uses for their email service. Pick one that uses POP 3.

Security should be one of your big concerns. This can be achieved via the use of a good secure server certificate, such as SSL. You can add an icon to your website which informs users that your site is secure, and this can make them more trusting of the transaction security on your site.

TIP! If you find that your business is growing, you should look at switching to a web host that provides you with a dedicated server. Using a dedicated server can give you access to more bandwidth, space for storage, and website security.

There are many options available for free hosting, if you want to reduce costs. This hosting generally means ads will be on your site, and that you’ll have limited storage space. A professional website requires paid hosting.

TIP! Do not host your own site if you do not have a good connection. Your website must have a fast and dependable connection to make sure that it is always updated and online.

A guarantee of your money back is one thing you should look for in a web host. If you don’t like the service within about 30 days, you should be able to cancel it and get your money back. Sometimes the service a host claims to provide is not everything it’s supposed to be.

TIP! Be cautious of scammers and hidden fees. Many hosts advertise low initial rates, but then tack on a bunch of dubious fees.

A lot of web hosting services are in fact relying on another major host. Those companies buy large quantities of server space, and then rent it out at a premium to small sites. Find out the company that will ultimately host your site so you can get the best price.

TIP! Before you commit to partnering with a web hosting server, carefully assess its features and security measures. It is essential that the service is secure enough to prevent hacking, and other threats to your information and the integrity of your site.

A dedicated server might be what you need to keep your website online with faster response times. Dedicated servers give more bandwidth, additional security and extra storage space for your growing site. With all of this extra power, you can more efficiently tailor to the needs of your customers. Keep in mind that content customers will return.

TIP! Some web hosting services offer you refunds for the amount of time your site has been down. In general, you need to be refunded for sales you couldn’t obtain because of downtime.

You shouldn’t host your own website if your computer’s connection to the Internet is dial-up. In order to ensure your website is online and updated constantly, you must back it up with a connection that is very fast and reliable. You don’t want any lag time or downtime, as this is detrimental to your business.

TIP! You need to have multiple ways to contact your web host in case a problem arises. Web host that offer a variety of contact options are your best bet for getting good customer support.

View the site of the web host you’re considering. If their site is amateurish, obviously a template or riddled with typos, this is a huge red flag. This could indicate many different problems, including inexperience and dishonesty. A well constructed site shows that they have a good attention when it comes to detail and they have good experience when it comes to web design as well as in terms of HTML.

TIP! Will you need to upload a significant amount of information? If so, will companies that you’re considering be able to accommodate this? You may need to use an FTP server. At the least, you should ensure you utilize a good enough online manager for your needs, especially if you don’t have knowledge on technology.

You want to be really cautious when it comes to web hosts that are cheap. Cheap companies are often cheap for a good reason! They may have a business model that is risky, or worse, could be cutting corners, leaving you and your site at risk.

TIP! Prior to selecting a host, you need to have a working understanding of the appearance of the control panel. Any decent web host will provide tutorials that are free to access for interested potential clients.

Some web page hosting services offer you refunds for the amount of time your site has been down. In most cases, the amount of the refund will be negligible; however, the amount that you could have earned through lost sales can be significant. Downtime can be quite damaging to your business. Do not allow yourself to settle for frequent down times solely on the basis of refunds or rebates; instead, opt for a provider that avoids these down times altogether.

TIP! Make sure there are no hidden fees in your service plan, such as cancellation or low-traffic. You might find that your web hosting company’s service isn’t up to your standards a few weeks into using it.

It should be readily apparent by now that your web host can make or break your user’s experience. Launching your website isn’t hard if you know how to find and evaluate hosting providers. Use the tips you just read so you can more quickly get your website online.


4 Powerful Motivation Quotes For Personal Success

These are some of my favorite motivational and inspirational quotes, by some of the world’s foremost experts on success and personal development.

It is my intention to share these with anyone looking to improve the quality of their life.

  1. Wanting something is not enough. You must hunger for it. Your motivation must be absolutely compelling in order to overcome the obstacles that will invariably come your way.

    Les Brown
  2. Let’s start with what we can be thankful for, and get our mind into that vibration, and then watch the good that starts to come, because one thought leads to another thought.

    Bob Proctor
  3. An experience creates a thought; when reinforced or repeated, it becomes a belief or program. Our beliefs (programs) create our habits, and our habits become our life.

    Marshall Sylver
  4. Setting goals is the first step in turning the invisible into the visible.

    Tony Robbins

How Cancer Caused A Powerful Transformation In My Life

This is my story of struggle and survival from cancer. I wanted to share this story with those who may be going through a similar situation.

Cancer is nothing to take lightly. I know the only reason I survived, was due to positive, affirmative thinking. Your mind has more power than you may realize.


The following contains slightly graphic descriptions of medical conditions and procedures. If you have a weak stomach, you may want to skip reading.

Back in the summer of 2011, I noticed a small bump underneath my left armpit. Thinking it was just a cyst, I ignored it.

By the time December came around, it had gotten to be the size of a lemon, and had spread to my chest. It was then I figured it was
probably something else. At that time, I also noticed that my
left testicle had gotten rather heavy, and was oddly shaped.

My brother took me to an Urgent Care center, where they immediately sent me to the hospital ER. After being examined there, they referred me to a Urologist. My urologist examined me, and sent me to get some tests done.

A few days later, my Urologist’s Medical Assistant called and told me to get down to John C. Lincoln hospital in Phoenix, and go to the ER. He knew I had no money and no insurance and that this would be the easiest way to get me admitted to the hospital.

That same night, he performed surgery on me, to remove my left testicle. It was then sent to Pathology to run tests.

I was then seen by an Oncologist and my Urologist, who said that there where two possibilities. Either I had testicular cancer, which
spread to my chest. Or, it was Lymphoma that spread to my testicle.

After about a day, my Oncologist verified that it was Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma which had metastasized (spread) to the testicle.

That night, they installed a port in my chest, so they could begin chemotherapy. I would be receiving the R-CHOP regimine. Once released from the hospital, I saw that same Oncologist 2 more times. God bless him, because he never charged me for any office visits.

And, all of my chemo meds where donated. God bless the people who donated the meds. However, I could only have 2 treatments there. I would receive the rest at the county oncology clinic.

I met with my new oncologist, but I had to wait a few months to get into the clinic to start treatment. During that time, I started having bad pains in my stomach whenever I ate. The pain would go away after
“passing gas”. I let this go for awhile (about 2 months), when my uncle talked me into going to the ER and getting checked out.

Everyone thought it was constipation or dehydration.

When I got to the ER, they did an x-ray and discovered I had an obstruction and perforation in my small intestine. They immediately put in an NG tube (goes up your nose and down your throat). They pumped out several liters of “stool” that had leaked out of my intestine, which was basically poisoning my system. It had
also seriously damaged my kidneys.

After 2 days, the doctors where talking about testing me on liquid foods. Well, someone messed up and I was given chopped solid foods (what they call “mechanically soft”).

Thinking it was ok, I ate. About 20 minutes later, my stomach hurt so bad, it felt like a bowling ball was going to bust through my stomach. My nurse gave me morphine for the pain, and that night I was taken to the O.R.

First, they installed an Ommaya port, which is installed in the skull, into one of the fluid chambers of the brain. This is used to administer
intrathecal chemotherapy into the brain and spinal fluid. This is because the normal chemo meds only go thru the blood, and Lymphoma sometimes likes to hide in spinal and brain fluid.

That same night, they operated on my intestine. They ended up taking out 22 cm that had been perforated. There was no cancer detected, so they thought perhaps the chemo meds had caused the obstruction, which in turn caused the perforation.

They then took the end of the small intestine (the ileum) and put it on the outside of my body. This is what’s called an ileostomy.

For the next 6 months, I would wear an ostomy bag which would collect the stool.

My new oncologist felt that my cancer was pretty aggressive, so he started me on a more aggressive therapy, the RICE therapy.

This was so aggressive, I lost the ability to produce saliva and mucous, and lost all of my hair quickly. I also dropped down to 114 pounds (I’m normally 160).

I had to stay in the hospital for 26 days, as my immune system was compromised from the chemo.

Once I was released, I saw my oncologist, who put me back on the R-CHOP therapy. He said I didn’t need the aggressive RICE therapy anymore, which I was glad to hear. I got back on a schedule of chemo every 21 days. I was also assigned a primary doctor and a nutritionist.

I eventually developed a foot-drop, which is a side effect of one of the chemo drugs.

After the chemo was over, my Oncologist said that they are unable to detect the cancer thru blood tests, and that he wanted me to have a PET scan done, which is the most accurate test for detecting cancer. I had the scan done in September of 2012. The results of that test was that there was no detectable cancer.

That same month, I went thru 15 radiation treatments on my testicle area, to make sure any cancer that spread there was killed off.

On the 19th of September, I had surgery to reverse my ileostomy. So now, my digestive system is back to normal.

Since then, I’ve had my chest port and ommaya port removed. Other than a few scars, I’m back to normal.

What I learned from this experience, is that, there is more growth in pain than pleasure. I developed myself on a personal level more in the 2 years of cancer treatment, than any other period in my life.

Thanks to the support of friends and family, I also learned that prayers, positive energy and thoughts, can do more than any medicine ever could on it’s own.

Now, I don’t take life for granted. Every day is a new experience full of incredible possibilities. I’m no longer afraid to step out of my shell. I’m not concerned with the negative opinions of others. The doubters and haters no longer bother me.

If this story inspired you, than you’re going to want to take a look at what I do every day to help keep my self aligned with my goals and desires. Click on the image below to learn more.