Today we begin Part 1 of an 8-Part series on building a web application from absolute scratch to a complete product.
Everyone who uses a computer needs a dependable way to back up their data. After carefully comparing 20 services and testing six, we believe that CrashPlan ($60 per year for individuals; $150 per year for families) continues to be the best online backup service for most people, as it offers a great combination of useful features at an attractive (though not rock-bottom) price.
Hosting your website doesn’t need to be an expensive endeavor. Actually, it should be a reasonably priced one that provides with a fair amount of features and quality standards. When choosing a web hosting service, many website owners are able to narrow it down to two services. In this particular post, we’ll be looking at the wonders of iPage and Bluehost so you can determine which service allows you to create the professional, well-designed, and reliable website of your choice.
Deciding to start a web design or development business is no easy task. It requires a certain degree of diligence, tenacity, and ambition to begin working for yourself. You’ll be faced with some very hard decisions along the way that can impact the success and growth of your entrepreneurial venture.