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- Why You Need A Web Site
- Get a dot com of your choice depending availability
- Free Drupal CMS install and set up (choose your own theme) and program updates made for you as necessary.
- Your own cPanel to manage your hosting account
- File Manager to update your website and upload files
- AWStats (Real Time Updates)
What Is Bandwidth?
Bandwidth is a measurement of the rate of data transfer. The more visitors you have to your web site greater your bandwidth usage will be. This is because each visitor downloads the pages they want to view onto their home computer. It is this transfer of data from your web server to their home computer that is referred to as bandwidth.
A bot, short for Robot, is just a program that runs on a web server. They can also be called spiders or crawlers. This name is used when they are accessing web sites to gather information. By accessing millions of web sites in a short time much information can be gathered. -> Read more
Above the fold is an old newspaper term that refers to the area above the folded half or on the front side of the page. Remember back when they used have newspapers? On a computer screen this refers to the area that a user does not have to scroll down to see. Often this area is all that will be seen as many users may not scroll down to see the area below the fold.
Being found on Google is probably an end to the real goal of getting new customers. Your customers will be using Google to find you. Google and other search engines can bring thousands of visitors to your website everyday. Imagine if you could get thousands of people to walk into your store everyday and look at your merchandise. -> Read more
RSS, Really Simple Syndication, or Rich Site Summary, is used for web sites, blogs and journals that are frequently updated. When the content is updated it automatically appears in a feed reader. This is a really great way to read your favorite web content daily. RSS will be handy for you if you have web sites you like to read every day or at least frequently. -> Read more