Once your website has been designed and developed, you will need to “rent” space on a computer/server to host your website files.
Your domain name (website address) will need to point to your website host by updating your DNS record.
Selecting the right web hosting service depends on the current and future requirements of your web site; including technical specifications, size and complexity, and how many people you expect to successfully view your site during peak times.
Many website hosting companies offer a very low rate to sign-up and upon renewal, fees may double so be sure to plan your finances accordingly. Also keep an eye on your invoices for additional “services” and feel free to ask me about any questions you may have.
I recommend keeping your website hosting and your email hosting separate. Why? The internet is reliable but unpredictable so you wouldn’t want BOTH your email and website to potentially have an issue at the SAME time.
The following website hosting providers are highly recommended.
(Note: If you make a purchase from my referral link, I might earn some extra money at NO additional cost to you.)
I understand that choosing the right hosting service and hosting plan for your website can be overwhelming so I’m here to help.