Monday, January 10, 2011
web hosting hub
It has been nearly two years since I first became interested in internet blogging. As I think back on how I first got into it, I never would have thought that in just a couple of years, I would transform from an internet novice to a person who maintains multiple websites. I think I got started using the internet regularly through use of the Friendster website. After I moved to the US, I found that many of my friends back in the Philippines (and several more in the United States) maintained Friendster web pages. It was through interacting with my Friendster friends that I was given the idea of having my own website. Initially, my husband helped me to set up a tripod website, but that never really went anywhere as I found it difficult to update. Then, my husband purchased a web domain called timothyandjanet.com and we together designed the site and set it up, although my husband did much of the work. Later, at the suggestion and with the help of one of my friends, I established my first blog. Knowing what I did from my site with my husband, it was a fairly natural progression to get my own domains to host my sites. Now, I am a bit of a veteran consumer of web hosting services and I am constantly on the lookout for a good and reliable web hosting hub. I started with godaddy, but remain interested in exploring the service, value and price offered by other web hosting services.