When we talk about web hosting services and domain registration, of course, we talk about websites also. What are these? We'll tackle these one by one and get to know their how they are connected with each other.
Website (it all begins here)
A website is a grouping of related, widely available web folios with a sole domain tag: www.yourdomain.com, for example. A person, a club, a corporation, or an organization may develop and manage their website. The World Wide Web (WWW) is a collection of all publicly-accessible websites. A company's internal website for its workers is an example of a private website accessible over a private network. Most websites have an specific focus, such as news, education, business, or entertainment, and many are also used for social networking.
The navigation of a website is aided by hyperlinks between web pages, which commonly begin from the home page. Now, in order for this website to go live, it needs to be "stored and maintained" in a facility called a web host. One of the most popular of these web hosting services is Bluehost.
Bluehost (a web hosting platform)
Endurance International Group owns the web hosting provider Bluehost. In 1996, Matt Heaton came up with the idea for it. For the first time in 2009, Bluehost implemented a function called CPU throttling, which is the practice of cutting down on CPU utilization if one user is using too many server resources at once. Bluehost would freeze (or dramatically limit) the CPU consumption of customer sites at that moment. CPU throttling made client's websites housed on Bluehost's server essentially shut down for many hours each day.
Introduction to Bluehost (for beginners)
Bluehost is a popular web hosting choice for newbies because of its low prices and user-friendly onboarding procedure. Bluehost has a website wizard that will walk you through the process of putting up a website in just a few minutes. With Bluehost, you can also create a personalized email address for your hosting account, making it much simpler to handle crucial aspects of your hosting account. When it comes to features for beginners, Bluehost has a lot to offer, namely:
• Wizard set up. Bluehost's onboarding procedure is very user-friendly, allowing you to be up and running with your first website in a matter of minutes.
• One-click setups. In addition, Bluehost provides a one-click installer if you wish to establish multiple websites after the first onboarding process.
• Custom dashboard for hosting. It was essential to Bluehost to create a bespoke dashboard that made it simple for new users to do basic tasks.
• Automated updates for WordPress. If you're running WordPress, Bluehost will maintain it up to date by updating the software for you.
• Email hosting is free. At no additional charge, Bluehost makes it simple to set up your email account.
• On-call assistance is available at all times. Bluehost makes it easy for new users to obtain help anytime they need it, whether it's via phone support or live chat.
Although Bluehost has a wide variety of plans, the most cost-effective option depends on how long you intend on staying with the service. Here are some web hosting price options that are available from Bluehost:
• The Basic Plan charges $2.95 per month for a single website.
• The Plus Plan rates $5.45 monthly for unlimited number of websites.
• The Choice Plus Plan charges $4.95 monthly for limitless number of websites with additional services such as Code Guard backups.
If you're starting, you'll need at least the Plus Plan to build many websites. You may also go for the Choice Plus, which includes automatic backups, to secure your data. Additionally, it provides for the first year a free domain for you.