What is web hosting? The purpose of webhosting is to provide storage space and access via special computers called servers connected directly to the internet. These servers run a special operating system and various other software packages, such as PHP, Exim and Apache, that allow people from all over the world to view and access your website and for emails to be sent back and forth. (We will explain the in’s and out’s of these packages in a later post).
Why do I want web-hosting? If you have business, sell any sort of products or run an organisation…you MUST have a website. Your website can open you up to hundreds, nee thousands of new avenues and opportunities to expand your reach and clientele. It can also help you promote new services, special offers or just keep in touch with your clients.
If you’re reading this post and looking for veggie patch tips, you’ve come to the wrong place.
Fortunately, if what you’re seeking starts with ex and rhymes with composure (exposure) then you’ve arrived at the end destination. Whether it be for a business,a hobby or just your local footy club, a website could be just what you need to prove that you’re worth more than just a glance.
When assisting clients with setting up an online presence, we suggest to clients that the best email address to use for business purposes is something linked directly to your domain name. But even in 2018, we still see a lot of businesses using a “generic” email service.
Logging on each morning to an Inbox full of SPAM and Junk emails, is not only frustrating but a time waster and productivity killer. It can also be dangerous, with a lot of modern phishing scams instigated via emails these days. In a global effort to stop the occurrence of SPAM, mail providers have taken steps to implement strategies to combat junk mail. Read on to see if your domain and email service fits the current configuration requirements.