You've purchased your domain and you're nearly ready to to get started creating your first web page. First, however, you
need to find a reputable web site host to serve your page up to your visitors. Here's how.
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Hi this is Mike Callahan Dr. File finder and welcome back to our especial Butterscotch series, I'm creating your website 101. This time we’re going to look at getting a host.
Now if you are already have some kind of web servers like email, may you want to check with that company to see if they offer hosting, if not we will work out a special agreement with myhosting.com to give you a discount. The queue code word “butterscotch”, I have a link in the show notes, you can click on that .and go straight there and get the discount. You see here basic hosting, $6.45 a month and that is before your discount based on Linux that’s good. Five Gigabytes of disk space more than anybody needs to start off, 50 Gigabytes to transfer way more than you need, email address and so on.
Click Continue, you can see POP3/IMAP4 mailboxes included for Free, or if you need exchange server, you can get that $9.95 a month per user, you do not need that. Click Continue. The domain that we registered, here is my information, the rest I'm going to let you see because it has my credit card on it. Once your order has been processed, you can click My Account, go here to your control panel, click in the Domain name that you registered and click here with the host. Type in your password and then click Log In.
So here we are, it is need new credit card information here, and there is an email Shortcuts, Spam Filtering, Application Manager, Site Builder and so on. So now you have a host, most hosts are fairly similar in many respects. In the next segment we’ll show you how to get your domain. I'm your host so that you could start getting your WebPages up. Keep in mind this is a multiple part series and be sure to watch all the parts.