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Paying $30 a year for business rent sounds like a steal of a deal.
It's in a popular neighborhood surrounded by a large variety of businesses, big and small and easy to get to from anywhere. In fact, It's the biggest mall on earth attracting a huge amount of traffic, day and night, all year 'round. Really a great place to be if you have a business or service looking for a prime location. And just about thirty dollars a month reserves you a premium spot big enough to impress and expansive enough to sell just about anything.
That “too good to be true” description is actually a very true description of prime real estate on the internet, big enough to accommodate most average enterprises. You could pay more, but as the size you need increases, so do the costs, but happily, exponentially proportionate to the $30 base amount which already allows you 5,000 visitors a month, 150 web pages and a combination of 200 images and videos for what works out to be a $2.50 a month “rental fee.” That's why I'm always amazed why first time entrepreneurs and seasoned business owners would sometimes rather take their chances in a brick and mortar location that cost mega monies to put together. The $30 cost is actually only $29.95, plus a one time sign up fee of $15. (sort of like a key charge) and you're ready to move right in. Your landlord on the web is known as your Host, and the numbers I quoted would be your hosting fees. After you decide to do the legalities and incorporate, you might want to give your business a nifty trade name, so that in itself would cost you another yearly fee, probably starting at $9.95, registering that unique name to you, which will remain yours as long as you renew it every year. There are more things you can access like additional email address, but nothing expensive that you couldn't wait to learn about on your own.
Too good to be true you say?
To be totally fair, there are initial costs not associated with hosting fees. For example, I charge $450. per page for a site I build for you, which you can check out at Aside from that, depending upon whether you want more than one page or want to produce a video ($650), or want a logo ($250), that's pretty much all you would pay. But you have no furniture costs, no decorating expenses, none of the usual costs associated with putting together an office or stocking a store location. Now you're living in a virtual world where you decide what your establishment will look like to your visitor by visually putting your best foot forward, supported by the intelligent verbiage you employ to further boost your credibility.
I don't just recommend this, I walk the walk.
I initially neglected to mention that the prices I have been quoting are proprietary to only one hosting company called MeccaHosting.com where I have been hosting my sites for ten of the twelve years (since 2008) that I have been online. In fact, I have referred over 50+ customers that I have built sites for without one single complaint, so this business is one that gets my highest recommendations. Their customer support keeps you happy and their tech support keeps you up and running 24/7/365. Click on their ad and make your own decision or give me a call and I'll personally set it up for you. If you decide to go it alone, be sure to give them this code assigned to me: XY2-3MO and they'll give you a free month right away. Barry