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Submitted by Rusbiz Librarian  l July 28 2006  l  Viewings: 4711

 
By Marcus Peterson

If you own or are planning to put up a small or medium-sized business, having a website where you can market your products and services must be in your priority list by now. With the large number of consumers from all over the world getting access to the Internet everyday, a website is a positive way to start your business and a sure way to boost your profitability in the long run.

Having a site design and purchasing a domain name are just the first steps in putting up your website. Ultimately, you need to have a server, so that your website will be accessible to others through the Internet. In this server, you will store all the information found in your website, including interactive contents and images.

Running a server that must be constantly hooked up to the Internet, however, is a huge task. It is far more complicated than running and maintaining your own computer. You need to seek a reliable web hosting company that can do the job right.

Among web hosting options is virtual hosting. This is the most popular type of web hosting among starters. It will cost about $3 a month or less. This kind of web hosting is also called shared hosting, since you only occupy a space on a large server and share the features with other domains or websites.

Since most servers have high memory processors, it is possible for a single server to host more than a hundred domains. A virtual host that serves as a full web server hosts each domain.

Apart from the space in the server provided for your web site, most virtual hosting companies also provide a facility for data transfer, back-up services and technical support. Some include in their services domain name registration and renewal.

Before you select a particular web hosting company, whether you have decided to secure virtual hosting or other kinds of web hosting services, it is important to consider the web servers traffic allowance, disk space, availability of tags and number of available email accounts among others. These are essential for the possible growth of your web site and your traffic.

Virtual Hosting provides detailed information on Virtual Hosting, Virtual Web Hosting, Virtual Domain Hosting, Secure Virtual Hosting and more. Virtual Hosting is affiliated with Shared Hosting Plans.











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