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Daw Web Hosting Blog Explains Branded Service Platforms
The standardization of web hosting does not help the industry to grow.
In an article entitled "Discover The Branded Web Hosting Platforms" (dawhb.com/?p=108) the blog says that there are many things anyone needs to know when it comes to distinguish one Linux or Unix web hosting company from another. A reliable network, connectivity, hardware and technical support are very important but anyone can buy them!
"When a web host finds a reliable collocation solution or builds its own data center then it is time to conceptualize the web hosting, to produce an unique product or service. Otherwise it will line up to other companies on the market." says the owner of DawHB.com blog Dimitar Avramov.
According to author of most the web hosting companies purchase software to run their servers from third parties and rely on software producers to ensure the security and the reliability of the solutions they use.
The Dawhb.com says that the standardization of the web hosting services makes web site owners to feel comfortable when they switch hosts, but it does not help the hosting industry to grow.
"There are many web hosting companies that use their own in-house hosting automation software systems. Some of them invested ten thousands of dollars to develop and release their own software solutions and to brand the web hosting service they offer." explains the blog and gives consumers an advice how to distinguish one web host from another.
Daw Web Hosting blog (dawhb.com) has been launched in March 2006. The blog covers the web hosting and site promotion industry, starting with an newbie knowledge and finishing with the high-end issues. The blog publisher has been in the web hosting industry since 1999, working as a CEO of a web hosting company and then moving to web site marketing and advertising business. He manages a network of web hosting, web design and web master related service directories that cover US, European and other regional markets.
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