Friday, April 10, 2009

Web Hosting Geeks

I've been doing some thinking over the past few weeks. I've been thinking about buying a domain for all the 4 blogs that I have but I'm not sure if I really want to or not. For one thing, my blogs are doing just fine where they are right now, which is one of the reasons why I am pretty reluctant about moving it in the first place.

Second, since I participate in sponsored posts, I feel it will be such a big job to move all of the hundreds of posts, whether sponsored or not, to another URL. I would have to re-register my blogs and update all my information on all of the sites that I write for.

Third, my readers are already aware of my current URL and they've probably bookmarked it or saved it's RSS feed, so moving it will also impact my readers. Plus, as I've mentioned before, I have 4 blogs, so I would definitely need to look for multiple domain hosting.

I would like the concept of logging in to just one site with one username and password and have access to all of my blogs, which is what I currently have now. Another thing of course is cost. I would not like to end up paying for hosting in a way that all of my blog earnings would just go to paying off my domain host. Being a mom of 2 kids like me really requires a lot of ingenuity, especially when it comes to stretching our budget.

Good thing that there is a site that already does all the work for people like me who are thinking of buying a domain, and those who are looking to switch to another domain. The site I'm referring to is Web Hosting Geeks, and they have classified domain hosts according to budget, where to best host a blog or forum, email hosting, and even have a list of the top 10 best web hosts for 2009. Web Hosting Geeks gives its readers everything they need to know about a particular web host which allows them to make an informed decision about which web host to go with.


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