Archive for January, 2012

Web Caching to Reduce Server Load

Monday, January 30th, 2012

Web caching is a technique that can substantially help reduce server load and bandwidth costs. With web caching, end users too benefit because web objects are delivered in lesser time and thus the surfing experience improves. It is thus a mutual arrangement wherein, end user, web owner and service provider ...

How to further compress your website…

Monday, January 23rd, 2012

When the idea is to save as much bandwidth and place less burden on the server, a successful strategy is to compress files and thus remove unnecessary codes and tags. This compression driven, load lightening exercise will ensure that you make optimum use of your allotted server space. To this ...

You pay for your bandwidth … use wisely!

Monday, January 16th, 2012

When a web host sells you packages, you bargain for bandwidth. Makes sense, but then when you use this bandwidth, why do you never try to economize? In fact, a lot of times it happens that people tend to exceed the allotted bandwidth limit and in response server crashes. Upon ...

24Shells is awarded Top Pick Web Host 2011

Monday, January 9th, 2012

24Shells was recently awarded "Top Pick Web Host 2011" by the Web Hosting Search team. 24Shells has proven over past 8 years that the sincerity in customer service results in strong growth in the Hosting Business and that leads to customer satisfaction. From Web Hosting, VPS hosting to Dedicated ...

Is any web hosting company good enough?

Wednesday, January 4th, 2012

There are various companies currently operating in the domain of web hosting. However, when you buy a domain name for your first website, this very fact tends to confuse. With too many choices available, the selection process complicate. Of course, you will compare various providers and will prepare your checklist ...

Detailed Info on Reseller Web Hosting

Monday, January 2nd, 2012

Reseller web hosting is a simple model, which as the name suggests, works on the idea of reselling. In this case, hosting space and bandwidth is purchased from hosting services provider and in smaller chunks is resold. Like in any other business where a retailer buys from a wholesaler and ...