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Website Basics-Choosing a Hosting Plan
By: Richard James
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    2007-07-15

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    Once your website has been created, it is time to make it go live on the internet.In order to do so, you will need a hosting plan. A hosting plan is different from a domain name. You own your domain name but you rent a hosting plan. A hosting plan in its simplest terms is paying a company to broadcast your website onto the internet. This article covers what to look for in a hosting plan.

    SERVICE The number one thing to look for in a hosting plan is service. It does not matter that a multitude of features are offered or if the price is low if the service you will be getting with your hosting plan is sub par or even worse, nonexistent. Once your website is live on the internet you will want it to be up all the time. Therefore should a problem occur it is important to select a hosting provider that is readily available and will resolve the issue in as timely a manner as possible.

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