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Dated: Mar. 24, 2010
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by Dianna Reed
Most of the times you'll hear web hosting companies promote their services as some cheap solution for a site that may have scalable needs. This is a fancy way of saying they believe you're website will one day require tremendous amount of hosting resources because they have all the faith in its success. We'll I don’t want to say that we don’t have the faith, but maybe the promoting web hosting service can be done for a "host" of other reasons as well.
There are numerous other reasons why signing up for a web hosting service may come into use. Here are just a handful of reasons.
Small Business vs. Major Corporations
Web hosting is not just for big businesses and with more people turning to the internet as their source for information; it makes sense for you to take part in the largest information and free advertising platform through the world. The internet is viewed by millions of people all around the world twenty-four hours a day and that means you will get just as much exposure for your small business as the Mr. Big Corporations.
How does owning a website benefit you as a non-business or small business owner?
As a small business owner, you can increase awareness about product and services offered by your company. You are no longer limited by geographical location; because the internet is worldwide you are able to reach markets far across the globe for a fraction of the costs associated with traditional advertising. Office hours are non-existent in the virtual world, which means customers will be able to make twenty-four hours a day, even while you are sleeping.
There are no associated costs with advertising on the web hosting except for the small monthly fees which are nearly non-existent when compared to traditional advertising cost. Customer can order directly from you online, which eliminates or reduces administration fees. Follow-up emails, promotions/sales can be communicated electronically which eliminates printing fees, paper consumption and waste.
Job Seeker / Freelancer
Today employers turn to the internet when seeking qualified candidates to fill a position. If you are a freelancer or in between jobs, hosting a website could be the ticket to getting your foot in the door. You are not limited to the job boards or newspapers listings; you are able to reach millions of people all over the world at the same time.
Self - Marketing
Your website could serve as online portfolio, showcasing your experience, background and talents twenty-four hours a day. Potential employers see firsthand your creativity, professionalism and the web site demonstrations your attention to detail and attests to your credibility. Web hosting will help to build a connection among those who share the same interests. The information you provide on your site, tips and solution to problems could land in the hands of a potential employer looking for someone just like you. Taking the time to host your site with a personalized email address (email@example.com) demonstrates to positional employers your drive and determination to get the job done.
Aside from being the perfect place to showcase your talents, you can also use your site to backup data from your computer. This is great if you travel, as you can access your files from anywhere in the world with an internet connection. Computers tend to crash and files become corrupted periodically, your site would provide you with a solution to the problem, without paying excessive storage fees. Just create a file, backup your files to the server and your information is safe.
Now that you've gotten free know-how on this topic, try to grow your skills even faster with online video training. Then finally, put these skills to the test and make a name for yourself by offering these skills to others by becoming a freelancer. There are literally 2000+ new projects that are posted every single freakin' day, no lie!