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Tips & Information

County Web Service's Web hosting buying guide helps you figure out the kind of Web host you need for the type of site you want to build, along with the features to expect and the traps to avoid.

1. What kind of Web host is best for my site?
Picking the right Web host isn't an exact science. Your decision relies largely upon what you plan to do with your site, how much time and expertise you have available to devote to it, and what you can afford to pay. Here are the basic types of users and the kinds of hosts that are right for each.
2. What types of hosting are available?
With more than 30,000 companies to choose from, picking the right host isn't easy. To simplify issues, we've split the market into three broad categories: DIY hosts for newbies, high-volume providers that sell shared hosting accounts to thousands of users, and high-end vendors of dedicated servers, which provide nearly unlimited amounts of space, machines, bandwidth, and support for large-scale Web operations.
3. What type of site do I want to build?
The kind of site you want to build will play a big role in which provider you eventually pick to host it. If you're just looking to promote yourself--that is, you want a page to describe you, your family, and maybe Ralph the dog--a low-end hosting provider will be more than adequate. If you're trying to promote a business, you'll need to move up the ladder. And if you want to conduct business transactions--selling items online or letting your customers access account information--you'll want the best services your money can buy. Here are the pluses and minuses for each type of site.
4. What questions should I ask?
Our Web hosting buying guide helps you figure out the kind of Web host you need for the type of site you want to build, along with the features to expect and the traps to avoid.

5. Tips about Domain names

6. ISP Tips
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7. Information on Domain Names: Multiple domain hosting, Domain parking, Sub domains, WhoIs Record, Domain Renewal
It’s been two years since John started his online business. He is very much satisfied with his current web host whose services he acquired one year ago. Today John is relaxing in his chair and thinking about the initial days when he spent many hours on the Internet collecting information related to web hosting. Like him there are many John’s out there who are in search of information everyday, visiting this and that website hoping to find the most illuminating advice. The problem is that common topics of interest can be found on most of the websites whereas other relevant issues are not dealt with everywhere. This article is going to touch on one of those areas: various concerns related with domain names.
8. Domain Names Security : How safe is yours ?
The security of domain name registrations is an increasing concern for domain name registrants and registrars. However, there are steps you can take to increase the security of your domain name registrations.

9. Choosing Domain Names for Professional Sites: Six Guidelines
A professional or business site is one where the primary purpose of the site is to facilitate business transactions. You can sell items directly online or exclusively offline, but the result is the same. You want customers to buy products and/or service directly from you.

10. Protecting Your Domain Names
Domain Dispute is no longer news unless a Madonna or Julia Roberts type of celebrity gets involved. However, greater now than ever is the risk for domain registrants to lose their domain names when they get involved in a domain dispute. The risk is originated from the Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy (the Policy) approved by ICANN and the Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act (ACPA) passed by U.S. Congress. The direct risk comes from reverse domain hijackers, biased panelists, and the unprepared registrants themselves.

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