Published On: Wed, Sep 4th, 2019

Building a Website for Your New Start-Up: What You Should Know About Hosting Sites

As a budding teen entrepreneur, it can be a rather daunting road ahead of you. It’s tough enough for adults to take that leap and create their own business and brand, but for teens there can be those extra challenges that go along with age and the lack of experience in the real-world. While that shouldn’t hold you back – because let’s face it, some of the best ideas have come from teenagers – it may require you to take some extra steps and spend time educating yourself on the full process of business creation and operation.

One area that you will want to take time and care with is building a website for your company. In today’s highly dependent digital world, a business website is a must-have no matter the industry, products, or services you plan on offering. Now obviously there are a whole lot of steps involved and things to consider, but one of the most important decisions you’ll need to make is who your WordPress hosting site will be. To help make your decision a little easier, here’s what you need to know about hosting sites.

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What is a WordPress Hosting Site?

Just because you have a great idea for a business, and you’ve got a fabulous business plan, it doesn’t mean you’re a website developer. In other words, don’t be hard on yourself if you’re left scratching your head about what a WordPress hosting site is. The answer can actually be broken down into two segments. 

First off, there is WordPress itself. WordPress is nothing more than an online, open sourced tool that allows you to create a website. It’s perfect for website content management, e-commerce, blogging and more. It is free to use, and offers a variety of plugins and themes to make your content that much better looking.

So, then there is the hosting site – this is where your WordPress content will reside. A WordPress host is one that is able to display your content in a secure and smooth manner.

So What Makes the Hosting Site Good or Bad?

Realising that you need a WordPress hosting site is only half the battle, however; now it’s a matter of finding the best host for your specific needs. Some of the questions you’ll want to ask as you research your various options include whether or not you need to buy a domain company from that hosting service, what their costs are and whether they offer managed hosting/dedicated/VPS/or shared hosting. You will also need to ensure that the hosting site has a strong reputation in the industry. 

Keep in mind that you need a host that is not only able to meet your needs now, but also as your company grows and starts getting more traffic on the website.

Take a look at Onyx, which is a real leader in WordPress hosting sites, as an example of a company that offers a high-tech and reputable service, as well as flexibility and top performance. It’s criteria like this that businesses should be watching for.

Giving Your Website the Best Chance of Success

Choosing that ideal hosting site really will give your business the best chance of success.

Author: Carol Trehearn

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