MyHosting interview

1. Tell us a little bit about your business and your duties in it.

Chris Arnold, Product Manager at myhosting.com. I started in the support department back in 2003 and have developed in the company to my current role as Product Manager. Being with the company for 9 years I have seen a lot of changes within myhosting.com and the hosting industry itself. We have stayed in front of the basket by continually updating hardware and hosting technologies that we use to ensure our customers have the best VPS and shared hosting experience possible.

2. It is a very competitive market out there, why do you think people should choose you?

From ground level up all our employees have a passion for hosting business. We have a diverse team with years of experience who care about our customers and products and strive to provide the best quality services at an unbeatable price. In the rare fact that you can claim help, we are here to help 24x7x365 with anything you may need.

Our year in the industry has given us the knowledge and expertise to use resources efficiently and effectively to reduce costs, enabling us to provide value to all our common and VPS hosting customers. Our partnership with Parallels allows us to deliver scalable and feature-rich VPS plans at a value price using the Parallels Virtuozzo platform and the Parallels Automation software.

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3. What are the main products in your business?

As our customers’ needs have changed, our product range has evolved to provide more features and control for our customers. We continue to have a large shared hosting customer base, but have seen significant growth in our VPS offer. myhosting.com offers highly flexible VPS plans that allow customers to customize their VPS server to their own specific needs.

4. How different is hosting Business today compared to what it was 5 years ago?

Customers have moved or moved from the shared hosting environment to VPS and Cloud Hosting. Customers want more control over their hosting environment provided by VPS and Cloud Hosting.

5. What can we expect from your business in the near future? 

We continually improve our VPS product line to keep up with growing demand and will look to offer even more cloud-based services in the form of IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) and PaaS (platform as a 
And service).

6. Describe your business with only three words. 
Fairness, honest, integrity

Make tons of money with web hosting

I always try to find new ways to make money. I have a decent job, but sometimes there are expenses that require some extra income. I’ve heard here and there that the best way to make money on the internet. It is also said that this is the easiest way. Since I have heard it from so many places, I tend to think this is true. I use the internet daily, but only on an informative level, so I can say that my knowledge in this area is a little limited. I was looking for a way to make money on the internet and I saw that there are a lot of advertisements that web hosting is a good way and that it is not only easy, but it is also safe.

But I also understand that behind this wonderful business there are a lot of hidden things that mean there are some investments that need to be made some time and a lot of knowledge to make it work and ultimately profitable. First, for web hosting you need space because with web hosting you need to make room for your customers who are actually the ones who make the profit. In order to keep customers and to serve new services that you offer must be top-notch and highly accessible, considering that there are other providers in this business for an extended period. There are web hosting companies that offer this service for $ 1 and with this they offer various other free services like free domain name or more than one email address.

So, if I take all this into consideration, then the idea of ​​making money with web hosting doesn’t sound as good as it did at the beginning. To get a good start it would be better if you have some money to buy your own server because you will certainly not do much with a shared server. The server will then need to be configuration if you are not a specialist, and you will just have to rely on someone else’s skills and you will depend on him for every problem you may encounter. I am now at the conclusion that it is better that everyone does the things he is good at and in the area that he / she has the most knowledge.

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