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Domain Names / Re: What Is Caching Only Server?
« on: April 10, 2019, 03:04:15 PM »
Caching only server saves the data in a cache file until the time of its expiration arrives. Data gets expired based on the "time-to-live" field attached to data received from another server.

Hello everyone,
I am looking for dedicated resources for a heavy traffic website. The website contains some of the confidential information during the transaction process, so I am confused about which hosting to choose?
Cloud server or Dedicated server.

Web Hosting / Re: What is control panel?
« on: April 06, 2019, 10:18:46 AM »
Control Panel is a part of Microsoft Windows that provides you the ability to view and change system settings. You are allowed to add or remove hardware and software, control user accounts, change accessibility options, access network settings.

Domain Names / Re: What is Aging and Scavenging in DNS server?
« on: March 14, 2019, 12:34:41 PM »
Aging feature identifies the stale DNS records. Actually, it uses two intervals namely Non-refresh interval and Refresh interval. The DNS record is considered as a stale record when both these intervals are elapsed.

That's a good piece of information. Can you explain these two types of intervals?
It would be very helpful.

Hey Keeran,
Good to see your interest.

Non-Refresh Interval - It is the time period during which the resource record cannot be refreshed. If you refuse to refresh during this period of time, then it reduces the replication traffic as there won't be any need to replicate the same information again.

Refresh Interval - It is the time period during which the resource record can be refreshed. 

Hope this answer helps you!

In general, unmanaged VPS hosting is less expensive compared to managed VPS hosting. The reason behind this is that the hosting provider doesn't provide you the other support except to host a website. That means in unmanaged VPS hosting, you have to do the software updating, management, software configuration, etc. manually that too by your own. Whereas, in managed VPS hosting, your provider takes care of such things for you.

Domain Names / Re: What is Aging and Scavenging in DNS server?
« on: March 09, 2019, 06:27:04 PM »
Aging feature identifies the stale DNS records. Actually, it uses two intervals namely Non-refresh interval and Refresh interval. The DNS record is considered as a stale record when both these intervals are elapsed.

Cloud Hosting / Re: Difference between Hybrid and Community cloud ?
« on: March 04, 2019, 05:28:57 PM »
Hybrid cloud: Hybrid cloud is a combination of other cloud models such as public cloud, private cloud or community cloud. Thus this cloud takes advantages like scalability, cost-effectiveness, and security from other clouds.

Community cloud: In the community cloud, the cloud infrastructure is provided on the premises or at the data center owned by the third party. Community cloud also has advantages like privacy policy and pay per use, etc. of both private and public clouds.

In shared hosting, multiple websites are hosted on a single server and they share the same resources. so, the possibility of falling short of resources may occur in this type of hosting.
But, the good thing is there are companies that have the option of upgrading the shared hosting plans. That means, whenever you think that your web site's traffic is increasing and you are falling short of resources, you can upgrade your plan to VPS hosting. 

Web Hosting / Re: What is the use of Name-based hosting?
« on: February 27, 2019, 03:58:36 PM »
In the name based virtual hosting, the server depends on the client to report the host-name as part of the HTTP header. By using this technique, many different hosts would be able to share the same IP address.

Web Hosting / Re: What are the steps to earn from reseller hosting?
« on: February 27, 2019, 03:57:06 PM »
 In-order to earn from reseller hosting follow the following steps:
(1) Find a genuine 100% white labeled reseller hosting provider.
(2) Choose a plan that can satisfy your business need and also allows you to resell the resources as per your customers requirements.
(3) Categorized the resources as per the customers needs and arrange them in different plans.
Make sure you refer some of the plans from other providers so that you will be able to earn profit from your plans.
(4) Have at-least 3-4 plans ready for your customers.
(5) Sell and earn profit from them.

Web Hosting / Re: What are types of Web Hosting Solutions?
« on: February 19, 2019, 12:44:36 PM »
 The web hosting solutions depends on your needs. Following are the types of web hosts :
(1) Shared hosting – In shared hosting multiple websites are hosted on a single server and all the resources available are distributed among them. This type of hosting is useful for the start-ups, beginners, web hosting and web developer learners, bloggers those who wish to host a single website and doesn’t expect more amount of traffic on it.

(2) Dedicate hosting – In dedicated hosting, the website its separate server and thus also gets separate resources and your website doesn’t need to share with other websites. Dedicated hosting is useful for the midsize business and websites that get above 3000 traffic on monthly basis.

(3) VPS –
Virtual Private Server is a combination of Shared and Dedicated hosting, where your websites get hosted on a shared server but it gets dedicated resources. This type of hosting is useful for the small scale business that gets normal traffic (hundreds of visitors) on monthly basis.

(4) Cloud hosting –
In cloud hosting all your website data gets distributed on virtual servers and the cluster on such servers is known as the cloud. Cloud hosting allows you to pay as per you use the resources.

SEO / Social Media Discussions / Re: What is SEO friendly URL?
« on: February 12, 2019, 11:13:30 AM »
Usually, your URL comprises of parts like HTTP, domain name, subdirectory, and file name


here : http = hypertext transfer protocol
           domain name =
          subdirectory = blog
         file name = seo.
So, whenever you want to create URL you should try to accommodate your business domain in it along with the subdirectory name. Make sure, it is readable and short. For that, you can also use the URL shortener tool like Hiifyi and Bitly.
This will definitely make your URL an SEO friendly one.

Cloud Hosting / Re: What are the benefits of cloud hosting?
« on: February 04, 2019, 10:22:38 AM »
The biggest advantage of cloud hosting is its security. In order to host on the cloud, you need to follow its protocols and also, the hosting needs to be done by the experts.
The 2nd advantage would be its flexibility. That means you don’t need to buy any specific plan with pre-defined resources. Instead, you can use them as per your need. You get the option to upscale and downscale the resources for the website hosted in the cloud.

Web Hosting / Re: What is firewall?
« on: February 04, 2019, 10:19:13 AM »
The firewall prevents the unauthorized access coming or going from a network. It can be implemented either on hardware, software or a combination of both to access the internet with the security. Thus, I think, it would always be a safer way to save your online business with a firewall.

 My favorite tool for creating newsletter is

(1) MailChimp – It is free to send 12000 emails per month having the list size up to 2000.

Other tools also are helpful like :

(2) Benchmark – its price starts at $ 11.95 per month. You can send unlimited emails up to 600 accounts.

(3) Mailjet – Mailjet allows you to send 200 emails per day for free.
                     Further, you need to pay $7.49 per month for 30,000 mails.

(4) Emma –
Emma has some very good designs and is loaded with lots of powerful marketing features.
                            It costs you $89 per month for a list size of 10,000

(5) Constant contact – the price starts at £15 per month.
                                                 You can try this newsletter tool for 60 days trial period.

(6) Sendloop – This is also a low price tool, that allows you to send unlimited emails to a size up to 500 at just $9 per month

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