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  • Hostgator $25 Discount Coupon
    By on August 8th, 2009 | 11 Comments11 Comments Comments
    Hostgator $25 Discount Coupon
    List of Coupon Update : $25 – WEBSITEMAG 20% – BEACH First month $0.01 with HGC25 HostGator has become one of the better known web hosts in the industry by being themselves. Though nothing they do is completely spectacular or unbelievable, they do what they should do. That is, HostGator actually answers their phones, replies to their emails, responds to live chat requests, doesnt rip you off, and provides quality hosting. Its actually quite sad that most hosts cant seem to get these things right, but its great for HostGator as theyve banked on it and its translated into success. At...
  • ProNet Hosting CRAZY SUMMER SPECIAL
    By on June 30th, 2009 | 3 Comments3 Comments Comments
    ProNet Hosting CRAZY SUMMER SPECIAL
    ProNet Hosting started as a group of IT professionals in early 2001 to introduce a new standard in the fast changing environment of web hosting. Our mission is to achieve your 100% satisfaction, which is guaranteed by our professional service and friendly support. With over 7 years of web hosting experience on various hosting platforms and operating systems, particularly Apache, Linux, Microsoft IIS, and Microsoft Windows Server, we bring a wealth of knowledge and the capability to handle any hosting needs. This experience also comes with the support and knowledge, customers have come to rely ...
  • Free Hosting For AidAdvisors.Net Member
    By on February 7th, 2009 | 6 Comments6 Comments Comments
    Free Hosting For AidAdvisors.Net Member
    Feature for share to member of AidAdvisors.Net:Maximum number of domains 1Maximum number of subdomains 0Maximum number of domain aliases 0Disk space 100MBMaximum amount of traffic 10000MB/monthMaximum number of web users 0Maximum number of databases 5Maximum number of mailboxes 5Set the mailbox quota 100KBMaximum number of mail redirects 5Maximum number of mail groups 5Maximum number of mail autoresponders 5Maximum number of mailing lists 5Maximum number of Java applications 0Validity period UnlimitedValid date will be U...
  • Types of links and how to get them
    By on January 14th, 2009 | 1 Comment1 Comment Comments
    Types of links and how to get them
    Using a arbitrary ficticious example of an informational site about real estate law. **I do not currently work with any sites of this type. In this example, we have two specific themes to dive deeper into that are relevant to our search – real estate and law. Starting at this level gives us hundreds of thousands, if not millions of sites to start to filter from (not to mention the backlinks of THOSE sites), and sites that share similar themes. 1. Authority links How to obtain them: Start with your related category in the Google Directory What to look for: -Top rankings for big terms ...
  • Making your Cpanel Webalizer statistics available wit...
    By on January 14th, 2009 | 1 Comment1 Comment Comments
    Making your Cpanel Webalizer statistics available without cpanel login
    CPanel offers you the ability to check your website statistics with a program called webalizer. The problem with this system is that you are required to login via cpanel, and click through 2 diferent subsections in order to access them. This tutorial will guide you on the steps needed to make your webalizer statistics available via www.yoursite.com/stats/ . Login to your hosting account via ssh. If you do not have ssh, ask your host to enable it. if they won’t enable it, ask them to read this tutorial, and run through these directions yourself. Navigate to your public_html directory by r...
  • Hosting Websites: Do’s & Don’ts
    By on January 14th, 2009 | 3 Comments3 Comments Comments
    Hosting Websites: Do’s & Don’ts
    So you’re pumped, ready to start your hosting dream. You’ve started your dream hosting company by purchasing a reseller, a VPS, or maybe even a dedicated. What next?? Step 1: Plan Ahead What do you want to spend money on? What don’t you? What do you want/need/prefer? What do the clients prefer? Heres a simple list of great things a great host may offer:Automatic Billing Software Live Support Chat HelpDesk Support Client Support Forums Hosting Control Panel An easy to navigate website Extras & Bonuses, Something other hosts don’t offer!The Site Itself… Must...
  • How To Run PHP 4 and 5 in Ubuntu Without CGI
    By on January 14th, 2009 | 1 Comment1 Comment Comments
    How To Run PHP 4 and 5 in Ubuntu Without CGI
    When we chose Symfony to implement http://www.ThemBid.com, PHP 5 was needed but we only had PHP 4 installed in our Ubuntu hosting servers. We couldnt just migrate everyone to PHP 5 since some of clients applications were incompatible with PHP 5. Some tutorials were found online explaining how to run PHP 4 and PHP 5 simultaneously such as http://www.howtoforge.com/apache2_with_php5_and_php4 and http://www.ubuntugeek.com/apache2-we…in-ubuntu.html but they all used CGI. As you probably know, CGI is not scalable and we needed to scale in PHP4 and PHP5 since we needed to server millions of hi...
  • Random Tips
    By on January 14th, 2009 | No Comments Comments
    Random Tips
    1.) When you setup a paypal account, avoid using sales or support for the paypal login. I say this because once you setup a help desk with a piping feature, all the emails saying “subscription has been created”, “payment made” … etc, will all be piped into your help desk. That help desk created by paypal at 6AM is a bit annoying, you know what I mean? 2.) Remember what you setup on one server, and do it on the rest. There’s been several times where I have promised a specific user a certain feature, but only set it up on the one server they’re located o...
  • Welcome to Marketing
    By on January 14th, 2009 | No Comments Comments
    Welcome to Marketing
    After reading some tutorials here on marketing where some I agree with, some I strongly disagree with, I’ve taken it upon myself to help those startups, and marketing impaired oldies. Take a seat, in the class taught by the one and only Inogenius, on everyones favorite subject, marketing. You’re only homework is to take the knowledge I pass to you and put it to good use. Class participation is encouraged, and marketing debates are wanted. For our first topic today, we’re going to discuss developing a business plan. Before startup, there’s nothing more important than doi...
  • My thoughts/strategies for startup hosts that are bui...
    By on January 14th, 2009 | 1 Comment1 Comment Comments
    My thoughts/strategies for startup hosts that are building Hosting plans
    One of the most important aspects of creating a sustainable profitable business model through your hosting plans is ensuring the average revenue per client remains as high as possible, within the range of packages you offer. The higher your average revenue per client, the more support technicians you can hire, the better your servers can be and the more profit you can make. But most importantly, if your low-cost hosting business has base plans starting at $5/month, but your average revenue per client is $15 or $20/mo, you can offer a higher level of service to your low-end customers, encouragi...