A good domain name is hard to find. So, when you stumble on one that’s easy to type, says everything you want it to about your brand, and rolls right off the tongue, it will be devastating if a domain name search reveals that it’s already taken. But don’t give up. When you try to buy domain names, anything can happen. Sometimes, having to work your way around a registered domain name is just an exciting part of your brand’s journey.
So, you’ve finally decided to sell crafts online. It’s about time. You’ve seen the way the market’s been expanding. Even people who are a lot less talented than you have been able to earn a living from selling crafts online. And of course, they have. If you sell crafts online, you have lower overheads, so as long as you can find customers who are willing to pay the prices you set for your products, your profit margin can be whatever you decide.
You’ve done the grunt work of planning out your online business by purchasing your domain name. You’ve even deciding on a hosting solution that best suits your website needs. But now what? How do you navigate the new learning curve of cPanel hosting when you have no idea what that means? Not to worry! We’ve got you covered in our ultimate beginners’ guide to using a cPanel control panel and getting the most out of your hosting solution.
Among other things, MySQL databases come standard as part of your web hosting plan. But the bulk of your time should not be spent on setting up your website. So, this tutorial is aimed at helping you maximize your resources. I hope you are ready because today, you will learn about the fastest way to install MySQL on Windows.
It’s important now more than ever for your business to own online real-estate. Yup, in order to reach new markets and keep current customers, you need an interactive, functional and easy to use website. To start, ensure you use the best website hosting platform which often comes with a website builder.
The domain name system or DNS is an integral element of the internet. It is so important that it would way too complicated to use the internet without DNS. DNS is a hierarchical directory system responsible for managing all addresses of websites on the Internet. In certain cases, you may want to reverse the DNS. For example, to ascertain the domain address or hostname for a certain IP address. This is a reverse DNS (rDNS) or a reverse domain lookup.
If you’ve been hearing a lot about the LAMP stack lately, that’s because some of the world’s most popular open source apps (including WordPress) run on LAMP. The LAMP stack (usually hosted on a VPS server) is widely considered to be the best platform for developing new custom web apps, and it’s so ubiquitous that you’re bound to run into it eventually.
It is so easy to type in our favorite website’s domain name and in seconds we are there, scrolling through our favorite content or filling our shopping carts. Seems pretty simple, right? For us it is. However, in order for the Internet infrastructure to find a website it uses an IP address.
Web hosting clients prefer cPanel for their hosting needs, because it’s reliable, easy to use (and to learn!). Plus, it gives you the option to integrate third-party software like WordPress and Joomla! Understanding why you should choose one hosting control plan over another is also important when you’re looking into hosting plans. Your CMS helps a lot with the front end of your website. But having a good control panel will save you hours managing your website on the backend. Before we get into all the great things about economy Linux hosting with cPanel, let’s start with the basics:
If people have been spending lots of time on your website but very little money, the answer lies in three little letters: CRO. Work on your CRO strategy and you’ll finally start seeing returns on all your marketing investments, including the time you spend making your website attractive to visitors in the first place.