Quick introduction to the different kinds of web hosting

January 5, 2011

If you’re new to being a webmaster or a blogger, it might be confusing to figure out what kind of web hosting you should purchase for your website. Here’s a quick introduction to the most used types of web hosting you are likely to encounter in your search for the perfect web host. Linux Hosting […]

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A Brief Introduction to Domain Names and How To Find & Register One

December 9, 2010

If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you will know that we occasionally publish articles on blog-related stuff, such as picking a web host, which blogging platform to choose and so on. Now it’s time to look into domain names, as they also have quite an important role in your online blogging business – […]

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Web Hosting Hub – Get your website online in minutes!

December 7, 2010

I’ve said it several times before and I’ll say it again – if you’re just a tiny bit serious about your website, blog or whatever it is that you’re having online, you’ll want to have it hosted somewhere where you have control over your website and you’re not putting all your eggs in a basket […]

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Review: Monitis – All-in-one server monitoring from the cloud

October 30, 2010

Monitoring your website is not only for big corporate sites – with the prices of today, everybody can do it and it’s especially important if you’re somewhat dependent on your website, or blog, to be online as much as possible. There’s no way you yourself will be able to monitor your site 24/7, that’s why […]

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TechPatio Switched Web Host Again: CS New Media

January 30, 2010

As it turns out, VPS hosting was not for me. Just to recap, here’s the hosting history of for the past almost 7 months (since TechPatio was first launched): Surftown shared web hosting plan. I’ve been a customer there since 2004 – (a few months). Surftown VPS beta hosting as part of a small […]

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TechPatio Will Be Moving To VPS – Again!

January 22, 2010

Back in November, I was accepted as part of a VPS beta test program with Danish/Swedish hosting provider, Surftown. I moved to the VPS server and now the beta test has been concluded. I have recently ordered one of the final VPS server solutions for TechPatio and so I will be moving the site […]

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TechPatio & VPS Hosting [Sponsored Post]

November 14, 2009

This is a sponsored post, paid for by ReviewMe. All views expressed in this post are mine and are not influenced by the fact that I have been paid to write this. I’m sure, by now, all my loyal readers will have read that I recently moved to a VPS hosting platform and you […]

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TechPatio Finally Moved to VPS Hosting

November 11, 2009

Earlier today I posted a little bit about my issues with moving to another form of hosting, so called VPS (Virtual Private Server), with Surftown. It seems I have finally solved the worst problems and at least now the site is running and e-mails are able to be sent out (comments etc.). While there […]

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TechPatio Moved To VPS Hosting – For Five Minutes

November 11, 2009

I was selected as one ouf hundred beta-testers for my hosting provider’s, Surftown, new VPS service (Virtual Private Server). During the test phase they offer a “root VPS” and “application VPS”. I asked for application VPS as I’m only running WordPress. After having spent some time uploading all my content, images, database etc, I […]

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