Blogging With John Chow – Secrets Of A Successful Blogger

If you do a search for John Chow, what you will come across is a successful blogger who was able to take his blog’s monthly income from 0 to $40,000.

An amazing feat that is enough to inspire anyone to get a blog too!

John Chow has built a solid online reputation and has been featured in numerous magazines, newspaper articles and even radio and tv shows. That means he [Read more...]

Give A Website For Christmas

What a unique way to celebrate Christmas by giving a website to someone, or even to yourself, for Christmas. A gift that will surely be memorable and last for a long time to come.

For a limited time, I am offering to build a basic wordpress based website for $100. The website can be in the niche of your choice and will include: [Read more...]

Black Friday and Cyber Monday Hostgator Web Hosting Deals

Hostgator Hosting DealWhat a better time than now to get web hosting at a massive discount with Hostgator’s Black Friday Cyber Monday sales event. You can get 50% off any hosting plan on both those days by using coupon code hostingsale

Hostgator has been in business for over 10 years providing reliable web hosting service for big or small sites, whether for personal or business purposes. Their hosting plans are reasonably priced even without a discount so is worth taking advantage of the massive discounts of this 2-day promotion on all their hosting plans which include dedicated servers, vps hosting and reseller hosting and [Read more...]

Choose Web Hosting That Has cPanel

Hostgator HostingMany times when people are new to hosting, they tend not to evaluate enough about the web hosting they want to use for their site other than the price and convenience. It’s no wonder that I come across some who want me to install wordpress for them using the hosting from their domain registrar such as Godaddy. Sure they can offer some cheap plans and it’s convenient having easy access to it from your account but I don’t really recommend having your hosting with your domain registrar. Keep the two separated. [Read more...]