To create online shop,i've domain but did I need a web hosting also?Thank you in advance.
Yes, you need a web hosting service like Hostgator or bluehost, some place to put up your content.
There are also free hosting sites that you can use, although they come with limited services and some have build in advertisements.
Do some research before choosing a host, unless you are very comfortable with creating and migrating websites, it can be a pain in the neck. So choose wisely.
Research what services you need, for example;
Ease of use
How many domain names you can use with that package
It will be better to utilise the services of web designer profession for a better lay out design, SEO optimisation and hosting. I am using hostgator as hosting provider for the last about three years and their failure rate is almost NIL. Presently Hostgator is offering special Christmas discounts. Try to have baby hosting plan for three years period at heavy discounted rates.
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