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Affiliate Marketing Tutorial – Choosing a Hosting Company

Now you have you domain and decided on the platform, so time to choose where to actually put your website. Unlike general “Webhosting Review” sites, I am putting here only hosting companies that I do use myself for years and therefore know, what I am recommending.

We are going to subdivide Webhosting Companies based on the level of your technical experience.

1. Domain Registrars – Webhosts

If you are not very comfortable in changing nameservers, or doing other technical things, then often company which register your domain also offers good deals in hosting packages. Because hosts in this article are really tried and … Continue Reading

Ranking-shmanking or bye-bye Alexa

Today I’ve received a junk mail from a Web promotion company regarding one of my websites. You know, one of these rouge SEO people that cant find clients and try to spam and get at least some business. This time a sentence from their letter attracted my attention. Here we go: “We have checked your Alexa ranking (well done, I never thought about doing it myself) and found that it has dropped (really, so I use to have some ranking there) and you visitor’s base dropped by 50% in last three month (should I now be after AWStats makers, such … Continue Reading

Tip No. 4 – Cpanel Hosting and IMAP – Google Apps Solution

After my previous Tip No. 3, I’ve received several e-Mails asking if it is still possible to have IMAP for several users with shared cPanel hosting. The answer is yes, there is a solution. Therefore here we go with a new daily tip:

It is possible to “outsource” your e-Mail even if you are on the shared cPanel hosting. To do that you would need access to your domain’s MX record. If you can change it then you can opt for Google to handle your messages for you. Sign-up for Google Apps, and don’t forget that the free … Continue Reading