Free or Rented Hosting Service?
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A company wants to go online but isn't exactly thinking of owning a mother website; what does it do? One option is to ride on an existing website as a co-host. Meaning, it is joining a web host to manage the website, not really as a co-owner or partner, but as a promoter. At times hosting service is free, although sometimes it isn't. Aside from free hosting services there are those that offer it at a low cost; the rest charge all the way. Here's a summary of what free and rented hosting services are.
A free hosting service is always a luring come-on to most clients hunting for online Internet exposure. The client searches the Internet for available web spaces and applies for any vacancy found. Often, a client would try out for a free web hosting service, especially if the client is new around the neighborhood. If one feels somewhat doubtful about traffic going to a mother website, or a webpage---or online customers visiting one's hosted website, risks with paid hosting service would unlikely be taken. One's bound to test the waters first, as it were, and test it with free lab facilities.
The initial option for new web hunters is ride on an existing website host. For a free hosting service one gets a website address connected to the website offering the hosting service. So let's say the contemplated address is hisgroup2005.com. If we opt for a free web hosting service, the address will have to appear as something like freewebs.com/hisgroup2005, if the mother website giving the hosting service is freewebs.com.
So now we have a free website but not a domain all our own. We invite visitors and guests to the site, and make ads and promotions (websites offer tools for this) to lure other surfers online to try our site. By doing this, we help the mother website with the hosting service promote and manage the site. As we keep our hosted website going the mother website with the hosting service inserts its own ads and promos and marketing links.
A paid hosting service functions much like the free one except for the hosting service fee. And this time the mother website makes sure that the hosted website gets regular good traffic and promotion.
So free or rented hosting service? Each has advantages to offer, but a good formula seems to be---a few months of trying a free hosting service and a go for a paid hosting service once it's all smooth sailing.
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