Hosting is locating Web page or Web site on a commercial Web server. Many ISPs host a personal Web page at no additional cost above the monthly service fee, but the address is subordinate to the ISP; for example, Multi-page, commercial Web sites are hosted at a very wide range of prices, and the customer's registered domain name is used. A single computer can hold dozens to hundreds of small Web sites, while larger Web sites use a dedicated computer or even multiple computers.

Web hosting organizations can provide full service, including site design and programming as well as all e-commerce facilities. If Web site customers wish to use their own servers and software, all their privately owned equipment can be co-located at the ISP, which provides the power, the on-ramp to the Internet and some level of maintenance.

When a large enterprise runs its own Web site internally with its own equipment, it is not incorrect to say that "it hosts its own Web site" as well. See ISP, co-location and how to register a domain name.

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Shared Hosting
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Search Engine Position

The distinct advantage that search engine positioning ( where you rank against your competition search engine for the same key word) holds over every other form of Internet advertising is its ability to generate highly qualified visitors to client web sites. A highly qualified visitor is defined as an individual that is searching specifically for the products, services, or information that is offered on the web site at which they ultimately arrive. High conversion ratios are therefore one of the primary benefits of utilizing search engine positioning as an online marketing technique, a consideration that is becoming more applicable as online firms spend more frugally and look to maximize returns on their marketing investments.

Optimization :

Site Design | Keywords | URL | Link Popularity


Submission :

Directories | Search Engines




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