Review: Web Hosting Guide for Beginners


Whether you are a startup entrepreneur or a web development agency, picking the right web hosting service will be a key to your success in the business. This will be especially important if you are using the internet to sell your services or products.

However, picking a web hosting service is a difficult decision. You don’t know which is the best web hosting service for your particular use. You are not sure what features you should be looking for. In short, you will probably choose whatever service comes along first and later regret having made the wrong choice.

This guide is intended to help you make an informed decision and pick the right web hosting service for yourself. By the time you are finished reading this book, you will know what you should be looking for in order to make the right decision for your business.

Rating: 5-stars


Web Hosting Guide for Beginners by J.D Rockefeller is a great tool. Actually, it’s the one must have tool for those wanting a website. This book guide shows what’s involved and how to go about that process. For those new in the website business world, J.D. Rockefeller makes this easy as pie. His steps and explanations are on the basic level to help everyone understand the content. First step, would be to know what kind of website one is wanting and what they will use it for…then, finding out wether building their own or using a web hosting site is for them. Web hosting can be difficult to follow. Yet, I found that this writer knows his business. The layouts, graphic designing, web hosts and all can be found on these pages. As a blogger, if I had this book when I first started out it would have been great. I have heard so many wanting to do a website but can’t figure it out…and after reading this book, I highly recommend it to all. 

Web Hosting Guide for Beginners is narrated by Annilese Rennie. Her soothing voice makes it enjoyable to listen. As I listen, she clearly articulates each word well. Never do I feel bored. Her tone of voice makes learning this topic more engaging. At first, I wasn’t sure weather the audible would be interesting but with Annelise Rennie narrating it for me…I could easily follow along and grasp the terms. The terminology is important for those needing to learn this for themselves or for their businesses. I felt like I wasn’t just listening but being taught. The narrator was an excellent choice for this nonfiction read. 

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