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Getting A Good, Reliable Web Host is an Important Part of Creating a Website.

Updated on April 27, 2016

Most Webhosts Offer a Way To Build a Website With Little Knowledge.

I’ve created a lot of different websites over the years. I’m not a professional website builder, but rather tend to dabble in the process so that I can give life to my own great ideas. (I have a lot!.)

I build the websites in Wordpress. If you haven’t used Wordpress before (or maybe you have), it can be used for almost any kind of website including an ecommerce website, blog, classifieds and much more. Using plugins or modules, you can create any kind of website you want and the learning curve isn’t too bad. There’s a lot of free documentation online and templates to build your website, which makes it easy to get started building in Wordpress. Most web hosts offer a free install on their cpanel so it’s as easy as pushing an install button to get your Wordpress website started.

Find a Webhost Who Doesn't Raise Prices Every Year

Before I can build a website though, I have to find the right host. Hosting a page is very important. I’ve hosted with the wrong companies before. That has meant that they were unreliable so that I put a lot of effort into building the website and it doesn’t stay up (because of the host) or some other problem, which means a lot of wasted time.

Also, web hosts have a nasty habit of hooking you in and then raising prices. So the first year is cheap and then the hosting prices rises as much as double or even triple on the second year. Hosting companies generally do this because they know that it’s a big headache to change hosting and you’ll have to risk having your website down for that time period. The original low cost of the hosting and domain name isn’t a deal in the long run if the prices rise.

Mocha Host is a Reliable Host With a Consistant Reasonably Priced Hosting and Domain Name

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Domain Name Prices Can Increase Significantly

Buying a domain name can cost anywhere from .99 cents upwards to $20 for a year. GoDaddy used to offer a 99 cent domain name on a regular basis. They’ve gotten rather tough over the years and now it’s almost impossible to get one at that price. Their prices are much higher now and can be upwards to $20.

Mocha Host is Reliable and Cost Effective.

After years of running into web hosts and domain name companies that aren’t reliable or continually change their prices, I’ve found a reliable web host that offers their domain names at a reasonable fee.

Right now, I have a web hosting plan that cost $75 for 3 years and I can host multiple domain names and it even offers unlimited broadband use. I also just paid a little over $10 for a domain name, which is their normal price (not a price that will go up next year). The part that I really like about this host is that they guarantee that their prices will be the same (or less) when I renew at the end of the 3 years.

I like that. You might like it, too.

Here’s the link to sign up. I get paid when you sign up using this code so I appreciate it. http://www.mochahost.com/5469.html

Thanks and happy web building.

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    • NikaWest profile imageAUTHOR

      NikaWest 

      2 years ago from Sunny Florida

      If you're looking for an inexpensive, reliable web host that doesn't raise their prices every year, check out the one in this article.

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