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Web hosting plans

0 Comments 12 July 2012

Web Hosting PlanWhy on earth would you ever buy something that you don’t need or pay for something that you’ll never use?

If you’re in the market for a web hosting plan, chances are that you’re a small or start-up company with a tight budget. You’ve planned out every expense down to the last dime. If you’re in need of office space, you probably wouldn’t even think about signing a three year lease for a 1300 square foot office with a giant, picture window, complete with an ocean view- and why not? Because you don’t need all of that space (or the expense) as you start out on your new venture.

The same holds true for web hosting plans. Why would you purchase a plan that has 50,000 mb of various space and 20 email addresses when it’s just you, your spouse, and a four page website? Starting out small with the ability to expand when necessary is a crucial part of a successful entrepreneur.

Believe it or not, the majority of those who are looking for such information are not computer gurus, but typical individuals looking for a simple plan to fill their website needs. Such customers are usually unaware of the exact amount of space, storage and other do-dads they will need until their site is up and running. So in addition to the low cost of these cheap web hosting services, many of them offer you a “building block” type of service, where you start with a small, base plan with the minimal amounts of disk space and monthly transfer allowance, but with the ability to upgrade to a bit more as you go along, whether you realize your need during the site building process or six months down the road, the upgrade options that you need, along with many that you don’t, will be available for you to purchase. Email addresses (more than one) all come standard (usually) with the purchase of a basic package, and also offer you the ability to add more to your basic, cheap web hosting plan.

Some might shy away from the less expensive web hosting plans and companies for fear of inadequate or cheap service. Most of the time, the cheap, or inexpensive web hosts will provide the same quality (if not a bit better) of a product/service as their pricey competitors. Of course, you will need to do your homework and research on the company at hand.

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