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Ameet Virdee added an answer to this question
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Ameet Virdee

Ameet Virdee at

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Housing makes a good analogy to explain how these relate to one another:

Hopefully, this helps explain the different pricing. Shared hosting is the bottom tier, and is most appropriate for small sites which don't get much traffic. You're only renting a fraction of the server resources, ...  Continue Reading
Brodey Sheppard added an answer to this question
Brodey Sheppard

Brodey Sheppard, Founder & Managing Director at sitecentre

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Getting a domain name is easy! 

Go to www.sitecentre.com.au/domains enter your domain name and follow the steps.

Not every domain register is created equaly though. Some offer low sign up fees but really expensive renewals, some hide your domains password and hold it for random and some are simply insecure. So choose wisely. 

Lawrence Ladomery added an answer to this question
Lawrence Ladomery

Lawrence Ladomery, Marketing Manager at

Hi Phil, I've thought hard about this one as I manage a web hosting co.s Partner Program :)

This is what I have discovered by talking to our existing and prospective partners, in no particular order.

Peace of mind. They want their client websites to be looked after, issues resolved ...  Continue Reading
Zac Johnson added an answer to this question
Zac Johnson

Zac Johnson, CEO at Blogging.org

I would personally stay away from any domain names that are COM, NET or ORG. Everything else is just a marketing upsell and no one really uses them. Just search in Google for example... nearly all of the sites ranking will have the domain endings like the ones above.

If you need help coming up with a domain name, try using any of these domain name generators .

Brad Lyons added an answer to this question
Brad Lyons

Brad Lyons, Consultant at

webhosting is cheap. as Meng said, depends on the number of visitors you believe you will have.
Most webhosting packages will give you unlimited email addresses, disk space and pretty much everything unlimited. You need to read the fine print though as "Unlimited" doesn't mean unlimited. There are limits ...  Continue Reading