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    5 Best WebSites To Buy Cheap Domain Names

    October 3, 2013
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    A lot has already been covered at ShoutMeLoud about various website hosting providers and a lot of reviews could also be found here. But the thing is, if you have a brilliant idea for a website, the first thing that you’re going to need is your own TLD (Top level domain). So how do you pick the best and cheap domain names registrar? What most of the internet users that I’ve come across do is that ...

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    How to Transfer Website Ownership After Selling it

    February 19, 2013
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    I am one of those guys who love to buy and sell websites and considering it as a serious business. Recently I’ve sold one of my blogs on Flippa.com and bought another one outside Flippa. If you’ve ever done a transaction on Flippa you might have noticed that they do not provide any information about website ownership transfer other than referring you to third-party sites like Escrow.com. For beginners this is frustrating especially if they are ...

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    My Experience In Withstanding A Hosting Outrage

    April 6, 2011
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    There are so many situations when the web hosting scenario of your blog or website can crash completely. You get a huge traffic spike, mess up your WordPress theme, a whole bunch of people hotlink your images/ static files and your blog is stressed out. If you have hosted your blog or website on a shared hosting server and have problems regarding heavy bandwidth usages, increased memory consumption amongst other things, you might want to read ...

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    How to Point domain from Namecheap to Hostgator

    August 29, 2009
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    One of the security tip which I often give to other blogger is host your domain and website on different registrar. For example, if you hosting your site on Hostgator, Dreamhost or Bluehost, use ShoutMydomain, Namecheap or Godaddy to host your domain. Long time back, I used to use Namecheap for hosting my domain and my sites are still hosted on Hostgator. This post is for all those who register domain using namecheap and hosting through ...

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