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Possessing a website nowadays is essential when it comes to disseminating viewpoints, promoting a new business or plainly staying up to date with the new trends. As electronic mails have substituted paper letters a long time ago and people look for pretty much everything on the World Wide Web, it is a reasonable idea to have a web portal where individuals can find out about you or your business - this is a means to get closer to them, to show them what you think or what you offer. Let us take a peek at what you require so as to establish a web site and the separate shared hosting services that allow you to achieve that.

A Domain - The Internet Address You Must Commence With

First of all, you need a domain - this is the online address that people would write in their browser to get to your site. It should be something that is easy to memorize, but also something that is connected with the subject matter of your website. Visitors would always prefer something brief and easy and this is the first step toward seducing some regular web site visitors.

Selecting The Right Domain Name Extension For Your Domain(s)

The domain is made of two components - the name itself and the extension, or technically speaking - an SLD (Second-Level Domain) and a TLD (top-level domain name). If we have "", "example" is the second-level domain name, and ".com" is the top-level domain name. The TLDs are differentiated into generic Top-Level Domains - .com, .net, .info, .biz; and country-code top-level domain names - .us, .de, .es, etc. While the .com/.net/.org TLDs are the best known TLDs, some people might be seeking a regional business, so hold that in your mind when you are selecting a domain for your web site. If you reside in Spain, for example, an .es domain and a website in Spanish would possibly be a more reasonable option than a .com site in English. Certainly, you can have both, reaching a wider group of people, so in this instance it would be good if you could stumble upon a shared hosting accounts provider that provides the option of hosting multiple domains in one account. This will spare you time and effort as you will be able to manage all domains and web sites from the same Control Panel rather than signing on and off endlessly in order to manage a certain domain.

The Shared Hosting Service - The Hidden Power Behind Each and Every Website

This takes us to the second solution that you demand for your website apart from the domain - the shared hosting service itself. To put it plainly, this is the content storage space on a company's web hosting server where your files will be kept. When you type in a web browser, you will actually observe the files hosted in your hosting account with a host. As a matter of fact, the shared hosting service is much more than that. It is a compilation of all the services that make your website become accessible on the Internet.

The Monthly Website Bandwidth and Web Site Traffic Aspects

Your website content is placed on a web server and to be able to see this content, the hosting supplier apportions a certain quota of monthly website traffic to your account, which comes into play every time someone arrives at your web site. That amount may fluctuate from several hundred MB to unlimited, based on the hosting provider. When you open a website, the web site files are copied from the web hosting server to your computer and are then displayed in your browser. A web page with lots of pictures or a huge quantity of downloadable content would create a lot more traffic, so this is a key aspect when the time comes for you to select an apt shared shared hosting plan.

Kassis Corp for Design and Marketing - The Appropriate Shared Hosting Provider

Another service that comes with your plan is the ability to set up e-mail addresses with your very own domain name. For a family-oriented web site, this may be something nonobligatory, but for a respectable firm it is more or less mandatory to have e-mail accounts that are using the corporation's domain name. This makes the corporation appear more professional in the eyes of both present allies and potential customers. Based on the hosting package, the number of the email box accounts or the email box size may be limited, but to stay up to date with what companies demand, we at Kassis Corp for Design and Marketing offer an unlimited amount of mailbox accounts and an unlimited e-mailbox size allowance, thus living up to the demands of any small or large-scale business enterprise. There is both webmail and email client support available, so you can check your e-mailboxes from a desktop computer, a palmtop computer or even a mobile phone.

Database Support (MySQL, PgSQL, and so on)

For script-based websites, nearly all web hosting service providers offer database support. A database is a collection of tables used for administering and retrieving content displayed on a website. One of the most proper examples would be a discussion board - all user names, passwords, and message board threads are stashed in a database and are called and displayed on the site by the forum script when a specific forum page is being visited. This renders the website more well-organized since just the data that is requested is retrieved and displayed. Databases are used with most open-source PHP-driven scripts, incl. electronic commerce websites, and are an important part of the standard hosting service nowadays. There are several types of databases - MySQL, PostgreSQL, MSSQL, etc. Which one you demand depends on 2 things - which one(s) the concrete hosting firm supports, and which database management system is required by the script that you would like to use. It is essential to examine these things before you select a web hosting vendor.

FTP Support (Uploads, Downloads)

Another service that normally comes with a shared hosting package is FTP access. FTP is an abbreviation for File Transfer Protocol, and it is the most popular way of copying files to or from a distant server. You can upload your website using a File Transfer Protocol client, but the majority of web design software tools also have a built-in FTP functionality, so you can upload all your website files with a single click of the mouse straight from the software application you have used to create them. For any future modifications, you merely need to edit the web site and then upload the edited web files, which renders handling your website extremely simple and time-efficient.

Supplementary Domain and Application Services

Additional functionalities may comprise domain name management, an online-based web site building tool and a free script installer. Although they are not mandatorily available with all hosts, they are becoming a fragment of the typical shared hosting plan because of the high demand for an all-encompassing shared hosting package where all the aforementioned services are incorporated and can be managed through one single Control Panel.