How Your Hosting Affects Your User Traffic - A Bit on Monetizing
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This section is for scientists and individuals who offer free ebooks or free content, and who discover that they are seemingly always short of bandwidth before the end of the month. Then they have to hand out extra money for extra bandwidth from their hosts (and they do not make a dime in return).
This is Google's revolutionary (and profitable) means of inconspicuously advertising. You can find it under business solutions for publishers on the web site www.google.com. You sign up and insert the code as directed. If you have traffic coming to your site, you should be making enough to buy bandwidth (and milk and cookies) and even be able to pay for hosting.
Monetizing Link Resources
By doing this you simply ensure that all your links are monetized, so every click gives you the opportunity to make some money if an action is performed. A good site to get resources for almost anything is http://www.clickbank.com/. But enough on money! Let's get back to hosting packages and bandwidth.
The Web hosts
No matter how excellent your website is in terms of design and programming, when it comes to hosting, your host has to have the necessary software to make all your programming work. Apart from that there are a plethora of factors such as security and space. But when it comes to traffic, only one factor is important, and that is bandwidth. Getting to your site may be similar to getting home during Lagos rush hour -- if you do not have enough bandwidth, it's very uncomfortable.
Bandwidth offered by a web host depends on the following factors.
- Number of customers.
- Amount of traffic those customers constitute.
- The web host's own Internet connections (who their service provider is).
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