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    I'm starting new as a web designer, and I was thinking about things I should concider when I need to set my client up with a webhost. what features should i make sure they have for my client's best interest? what do you guys look for? are there partnership programs with webhosts where I can get commission for bringing my clients to them?


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    Senior Member megablaz0r's Avatar
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    Find a reliable host and see if they have a referral program. I used to use, but they have been bad as of late.

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    Senior Member Eddy Bones's Avatar
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    Perhaps think about what you yourself would want. Imagine that the site you make for a client is your own, then seek out hosting that you would benefit from the most. What it all comes down to in the end is this: their best interest is your best interest. If you are offering to find hosting for a client, if said host junks out it reflects on you also, not just the crap host.

    If you have a host that you're using now and it seems to be reliable and supportive, try using them for clients.

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