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Everything posted by Alania

  1. BlueHost is my 2nd choice always, haha. I always recommend people to go for GoDaddy because I'm more comfortable around it, but BlueHost is great too. To be honest, I've never really gone beyond these two.
  2. If you're really up to the challenge to make a website on your own completely, then I suggest you to open a Notepad, and start practising HTML. It might be old and outdated, but it's fun to see what you can create on your own.
  3. Of course. If you want my opinion, then I think almost anything can be taught on the internet. It's a very strong and buttsaver tool. Honestly, I think we should cancel schools because of how the internet is a lot more helpful in this regard.
  4. I also have GoogleAdsense running on my YouTube channel which has like 5.6k audience, and it's quite profitable. I also have a blog for investments, but the traffic there is terrible. As Bravosi has written, the ads don't force you to watch themselves.
  5. As many people above have said - there are certain things you have to ensure before posting anything. As long as you leave the original link and claim it as someone else's. I do however agree with Bravosi, policies are getting absurd lately. Especially on YouTube.
  6. I'm a professional web designer, programmer, freelancer (when have the time), and a housewife, haha! I have plenty of time though, so I would like to help you, even at the cheaper cost if the offer is still available! :)
  7. I always try to pay for something that I can't do myself, for example I cannot have a web hosting service, that's why I pay for one to be able to sustain and run my blog (I work in the field of HYIP investments), which is very important for me.
  8. There's a wonderful saying here, a fisherman sees another fisherman. Meaning that a person from one "profession" is able to notice another one. I believe a hacker might be able to catch a hacker, as long as he's good enough. Otherwise I don't think so.
  9. As you have said, Bravosi, a person must have some certain popularity to a degree, because otherwise it would be a waste of time, effort and funds. I have a relative who sells cheap domains and website templates, he has quite an audience, and even still says that the income isn't too high. It's more like a passive income for him.
  10. There are places which can generate domain names based on the interests of the user, but if it comes to creativity then the person alone should be the one creating and making up the names, hehe.
  11. You're right, $5 is pretty cheap and common. Even a person with a small income can afford to get it, starting from the school age haha. But anyhow, before I got into paid hosting I tried just for the heck of it free hosting, just to understand how everything works (when uploading my website).
  12. Oddly enough, when I changed from Windows 95 to 98, and then XP I was really confused in terms of the interface. Obviously, being a Win 7 user now, I would have a hard time feeling comfortable with Win 95/98. The design is clunky. XP is 50/50. Strange how time changes the view on certain things.
  13. To be honest, if you Google top 10 best hosting service providers then you'll probably encounter GoDaddy at the 1st or 2nd place in any list. On the first page of Google at least.
  14. That's the way of life for my cousin. He was a fan of MMORPG's, but never found the perfect and most suitable one. So now he creates one himself. He made a local company and currently develops a 2D game.
  15. Dragon Nest is a tough game to make, because it's an Action RPG. RTS is a lot more simple (though complicated in terms of content). What you have to understand that if you make a mistake when making a game similar to Dragon Nest and you'll encounter a bug then you'll need a hell a lot of time to fix it. I suggest you to finish off the RTS game you're making, and only then proceed to a lot more complex games.
  16. You got a point. That way you prevent yourself from getting obligated to a certain provider. But on the other hand, if you have a firm business plan then you might get a contract for a year. To begin with, it usually has discounts, but what's more important is that you won't forget to pay monthly.
  17. To be honest, my memory slightly poor. I always forget stuff that must be done in a certain period of time, and it overwhelms me to remember them because I have a lot on my mind usually and I tend to simply purchase something ahead. For example, I've paid my cellphone operator for the entire 2019 year, so I wouldn't forget the monthly payment (got also a discount). Same goes for the web hosting. I simply pick packages that will allow me to rest my thoughts from "paying to the provider in time".
  18. There's hardly a new for it, if everything runs and goes smoothly. Though, however, your audience might appreciate the fact that you're active. Depends on how much audience there is overall, I suppose.
  19. I always recommend people to go for GoDaddy, it practically fits everyone, big or small website - no matter. They're user friendly, cheap, and have a great support.
  20. It varies, if you ask me. There are some situations that he knows either less or more. I believe it relates to the whole "freedom of privacy" aspect of the internet. It's hard for a webmaster to maintain everything.
  21. The moment you see that your website can't sustain a suitable amount of traffic and begins to crush then it's the important indicator stating that it's time to upgrade and move from shared hosting to something more stronger, to be more specific a sufficient in terms of strength vps.
  22. Yeah, I have, and I still have it saved on my flashdrive. Sadly, I've lost the knowledge how create precisely the game I did. What I did was an FPS 2d shooter. It was my 2nd project done in visual C+, I was so proud back then and still am to this day.
  23. Ideally, if you're an average person, let's say a blogger who sells something, then you benefit from the traffic by getting increased audience. They might interact with stuff on your website, for example buying something. Moreover, they might watch an ad or two, which will bring you extra profit (if you connected Google AdSense like myself).
  24. I didn't, even though I heard about it. I was indeed intrigued by this class previously, and really wanted to go there. Sadly, didn't have the time. They just recently held one here in our city, but not many people went there. Guess it's not so popular here.
  25. I kinda disagree. It's true that you mustn't excel at math, but to do programming you need to be able to do basic calculations and formulas. Math teaches you that, and it will help you a lot during development and code writing.
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