Having a domain (your URL address) registered is just part of the equation. Once that’s secured, you need a website, sure. But hosting is what lets people check it out. Think of it like this: the website is your house, the host is the lot it sits on and the domain is your address. Simple, right?
Websites are stored or “hosted” on a publicly-accessible computer called a server. Larger websites may require an entire server to themselves. Others can share a server with other websites. The storage space, and the features that come with it will make up your hosting plan. We will walk you through every step and make sure your website has just the right hosting plan.