If you have a business—or plan on starting a business—you’ll need a Web presence so that potential customers can find your services online. To do that, you’ll need to invest in a Web hosting company like GoDaddy (starting at $6.99 per month, or $3.99 per month with an annual commitment) that’ll provide the foundation for your website. GoDaddy is good for personal service, but it really excels at business hosting, thanks to its many business-friendly tools, including Linux and Windows servers, virtual private servers (VPS), dedicated hosting, flexible website-creation tools, WordPress hosting/management, and surprisingly helpful customer service representatives who can be reached around the clock. GoDaddy’s all-around package lacks the depth found in Arvixe $3.20 at Arvixe – Shared and Dreamhost $4.95 at DreamHost – Shared, the PCMag Editors’ Choice award winners for novice and advanced Web hosting services, respectively. Still, GoDaddy is more than capable of satisfying business and consumer needs.
Helping creatives to turn offline experiences into online income At the age of 18, I decided to leave my home and move to Italy. With no plan, no income, no idea what I'm up to. I just wanted to take the leap! Long story short, I ended up getting into a freelance design which later brought me to website design & online courses. Now, proud to be location independent digital nomad, I help creatives to turn their offline experiences into online income!