Avoid Getting Ripped Off By A Hosting Company
Chances are if you host multiple domains or websites you are spending too much money at your current hosting provider. Other hosting companies increase their profits by forcing you to create an additional hosting account every time you want to host a new domain or website. Let's say you have five (5) websites and they each cost you $10.00 a month. It is obvious you are spending $50 a month to host those five (5) websites, but did you know that you are getting ripped off?
Hosting companies are smart and they take full advantage of you. If you're an existing customer and they've got you hooked, they know you'll spend an additional $10 a month to host an additional website. What they don't tell you is they are ripping you off. Not only are you spending too much, but aren't you tired of having to signup for a new account every time you want to host an additional website or domain? Aren't you tired of having to keep up with login information for multiple accounts? And above all, why are you spending an additional $5, $10 and even $20 or more a month just to host an additional website?
You should be spending your time growing your business, not having to administer multiple accounts. You should be saving your money to foster the growth of your company. And you should know you're getting a good deal with your hosting provider, not getting ripped off.
You can easily avoid getting ripped off by a hosting company?
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About The Author
Dave Young is the President/CEO of GP-Host, a division of Gluepoint, LLC. GP-Host provides multiple domain hosting entrepreneurs and business owners.
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