If you want to start a website and get it online, the first thing you need to do is decide on the type of hosting. Picking the right kind of web hosting can be tricky, and nobody wants to end up with a web hosting account that is way too big, or way too small.
In this episode of Hosted, Scott will take you through all of the different types of web hosting that you can get with HostGator (they host John Chow dot Com). From shared hosting to a Dedicated Server, Scott covers them all, as well as providing examples as to what types of websites would work best with each.
Ready To Start Your Website?
One of the most common complaint (or excuse) I hear from potential new bloggers and website owners is they don’t know how to install the software. Terms like FTP and CPanel are like a foreign language and setting up a database might as well be setting up the space shuttle for a launch.
This technology barrier has now been removed thanks to HostGator’s new 1 Click WordPress Install feature. However, if you still feel a bit antsy about doing the install, then let me do it for you.
To get the free WordPress installation service, all you have to do is order a web hosting plan from HostGator. Then forward me the login information to johnchow [at] johnchow.com and I’ll install WordPress for you. Afterwards, I’ll email you back the login information for your new WordPress blog and you can start blogging!
Get 61% Off Any Web Hosting Plan
Word class web hosting doesn’t have to cost you an arm and a leg. HostGator WordPress hosting plans start as low as $6.95 per month. However, HostGator has a special deal for John Chow dot Com readers that will give you 61% off that already low price. With the discount, you can start your blog for only $2.71!
Not only will you get your hosting at a great discount but every hosting plan at HostGator comes with $100 of Google AdWords credit that you can use to promote your new blog. Start your blog for 61% off, get WordPress and plugins installed for free and get $100 of AdWords credit. You won’t find a better web hosting deal anywhere!
If you’re ready to start blogging right now, then head over to HostGator, order your hosting plan and I’ll get you started.
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