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Albany
Amityville
Amsterdam
Ardsley
Arkport
Auburn
Baldwin
Baldwinsville
Bedford
Bellmore
Binghamton
Bohemia
Bowmansville
Briarcliff Manor
Brightwaters
Bronx
Bronxville
Brooklyn
Buffalo
Campbell Hall
Canandaigua
Carmel
Cheektowaga
Clifton Park
Clinton
Commack
Cornwall
Cortland
Dolgeville
Dryden
East Amherst
East Meadow
Elmira
Endicott
Fairport
Far Rockaway
Farmingdale
Fayetteville
Floral Park
Flushing
Fredonia
Garden City
Geneva
Grand Island
Hastings On Hudson
Hewlett
Holbrook
Hornell
Ithaca
Jackson Heights
Jamaica
Jamestown
Kerhonkson
Lake Grove
Levittown
Liverpool
Long Island City
Massapequa
Massena
Medford
Melville
Merrick
Mineola
Mohegan Lake
Monroe
Mount Sinai
Mount Vernon
Naples
Nesconset
New Rochelle
New York
Newburgh
Niverville
Orchard Park
Ossining
Owego
Ozone Park
Patterson
Pittsford
Pomona
Port Jefferson
Queensbury
Rego Park
Richfield Springs
Richmond Hill
Ridgewood
Riverhead
Rochester
Rye Brook
Saratoga Springs
Schenectady
Seneca Falls
Sloatsburg
Smithtown
South Richmond Hill
Springfield Gardens
Staten Island
Suffern
Sunnyside
Syracuse
Thornwood
Tuckahoe
Valley Stream
Vestal
Warsaw
Warwick
Watertown
Webster
West Babylon
West Hempstead
West Oneonta
Westbury
White Plains
Williamsville
Woodhaven
Woodside
Yorkville

3 Important Tips for Selecting Your Web Host

There are a great many web hosting companies to choose from today, in fact there are so many that it can be very difficult for somebody to choose just which company to sign up with. They all appear to offer great value for the money, but are you really getting as much as it seems? Because web hosting is such a competitive area, many companies virtually promise you the moon if they thought it meant you would do business with them rather than with their competitor. Consequently you have to be careful when it comes to choosing a web host. Here are some basic guidelines and things that you should look for when trying to select a web host, so keep reading. Maybe I can make your search a little easier.

One of the first things you will want to look at is the cost. Most web hosting companies offer hosting for as little as twelve dollars (or less) per month, but to get this rate you might have to sign a service agreement, much as you do with your cellular service. You might have to agree to keep your hosting with that company for a certain period of time, usually twenty-four months. If you decide that you would rather not agree to those terms, then the price will likely rise significantly. Before committing to any web hosting agreement, make certain that you read all of the fine print and fully understand just how much you will be paying for the web hosting services to be provided. The deal might not be so sweet after you have read the fine print.

Also, make certain you find out just how much storage space and bandwidth you will be provided with your account, and also how much more you will have to pay if you require more. Many companies offer unlimited storage space and bandwidth but may require you to change to a higher priced plan once you reach a certain size. Ask about this before you sign up, that way there won't be any bad surprises for you later.

Unless you're a technical genius, sooner or later you will have to contact your web hosting support team, so you will want to make sure you choose a host who has a reputation for providing quality support fast and whenever you need it. It might be a good idea to send in a mock support claim before you signup for the hosting plan, just to check how it gets handled. If you have the technical support telephone number that's even better. If you cannot get a reply or if nobody is able to answer your questions, then you should probably consider that a warning sign and look elsewhere for a web host that offers hosting that you can afford, the web space and bandwidth that you need, with great support all included. Your own business may depend on the support and reliability your web host provides, therefore you do not want play around. You really cannot afford to risk losing your customers due to a bad web hosting service.