It is usually measured in gigabytes on a monthly basis, and the larger. It is, the higher the price of hosting tends to be.
Therefore, if you have a corporate website or blog. Hiring a web host that has 1 gb of transfer may be enough.
On the other hand, for sites that receive more than a thousand. Visits a day, such as virtual stores, a web hosting of. At least 2 to 5 gb is recommended, especially if you have many multimedia files.
Let’s say, for example, that you put an introductory video on the. Home page of your website and it takes up 1mb of space.
If you have an average of 100 daily visitors who watch the video. It means that the site will need a daily throughput of 100 mb. Which is equivalent to 3000 mb or 3 gb per month.
Some hosting services allow you to have email accounts with the contracted domain name, for example.
This is important for professional websites or blogs that want to convey a more serious image than those using personal email servers like Gmail, Hotmail, or Yahoo.
However, we must know the VP R&D Email Lists limit allowed by the server to create and maintain email accounts. After all, if your idea is to have a single account to exchange messages, there will certainly be no problem.
But, if the intention is to create unlimited emails for many people, it is important to check this possibility with the web hosting service beforehand.
Data bank The database is the tool used to store and
Organize the information on your website or blog. Let’s see an example, you have a blog and you have a form that the visitor must fill out to download an ebook.
This information, after being submitted by your visitors, is stored in a database. One of the best known managers is MySQL, offered by servers that allow you to easily create databases.
In fact, a website or blog created in WordPress requires the identification of the database in order to be installed correctly.
If your company page is in WordPress, I invite you to download our complete ebook of this CMS for corporate blogs.