Month: August 2018

How Web Developers Can Profit From MilesWeb Reseller Hosting Business?

The business owners have recognized the importance of online presence in this epoch of technology. And thus, most of the businesses are building their online presence. The demand for websites has gradually increased due to this reason. As a result, website design and development has become a robust business.

The first step of any business that has to move online is, designing and developing a website for which the business owners have to get in touch with-“you”. The later comes the hosting phase. A web host helps to publish the web pages on the internet so as to be viewed on the web. Choosing a web host might be a tedious job for some because not everyone knows which hosting plan to choose for their website. And therefore, they look for suggestions offered by the web developer. You then forward this client to a reliable hosting provider.

But do you know you being a web developer can make a profitable income, instead of passing on the client to the web hosting provider? You can earn an additional income simply by starting your own web hosting business.

Wondering how is that possible? We have the answer- with MilesWeb reseller hosting you can generate a lump sum amount of revenue.  Let’s have a look at how exactly does this work.

How does MilesWeb reseller hosting work?

 In MilesWeb reseller hosting, you can allot a chunk of disk space, bandwidth and other resources to your clients after you purchase a reseller hosting plan from them. Without much of the server side knowledge, you can easily re-sell their hosting service to your clients and earn profitable income.

MilesWeb reseller hosting gives you the ability to create more than one hosting under one reseller account. Let’s call them sub-accounts. These sub-accounts can then be sold to your clients and you can earn the profit through the margin you receive. Your profit margin starts growing once your customer base grows.

MilesWeb reseller hosting is white labeled. Which means you can rebrand the hosting service with your own brand and logo.

Plans and Pricing

MilesWeb offers unlimited cheap reseller hosting plans at reasonable prices. Currently, they are offering a discount of 20% on all of these plans. Their basic plan of reseller hosting starts at Rs.290 per month. You get unlimited domains to host, with 100GB SSD disk space, unlimited bandwidth, unlimited email accounts, Free SSL and domain reseller account. You get all this under the Smart Plan of MilesWeb. With Plus and Pro, you get all the above features with additional disk space of 500 GB and 1000 GB respectively. The price Plus plan of MilesWeb is Rs.540 per month whereas, you get Pro plan at Rs.790/mo. All the prices mentioned above are after applying a 20% discount on the actual price of the plans.

How Web Developers Can Profit From MilesWeb Reseller Hosting Business?

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Common Web Designing Mistakes by Saad Raja to Look Out for

Common web designing mistakes by saad raja to look out for

With the recent shift in trends in business and sales, people are creating new means of online shopping through mobile browsing and websites. Even when the task of creating a website itself is daunting, the focus should be on designing a usable experience for your customers. Amidst all the fancy designs to make a webpage look appealing, designers have made some poor choices leading to discontented users and poor conversion rates.

I’m Saad Raja, an experienced UI/UX designer, and I have developed a list of all previously observed common web designing blunders that you need to watch out for to make your designs exceptional.

1) Deactivating the ‘Back’ option

When designers disable the back button so that whenever a user clicks on it, he is either directed to an unwanted page or the browser does not shift at all, customers get frustrated and never return to the site.

2) Disabling the ‘Zoom’ option

When designing a website, it is crucial to consider mobile browsers as well. When developers disable the zoom button, all the visitors can do is squint to get a proper look, but not everybody is going to invest time in straining their eyes on a website. People are bound to skip to other sites where content is readable.

3) Failure to create responsive designs

Over time a considerable number of online users have shifted to mobile and tablet browsers, due to which it has become imperative for designers to come up with responsive designs that display everything properly, no matter what the screen size is. If your webpage has a similar look from wherever it is accessed, be it mobiles, tablets or desktops, the users will be able to develop a bond of trust with the brand. Consistently is a key feature needed to improve branding.

4) Using illegible fonts

The choice of good font size and style is a significant one when it comes to effective web designing. Using attractive font styles is essential to make your page look appealing, but at the same time, designers need to ensure that it does not negatively impact the user experience. Some fonts are so bizarre that the reader has a hard time getting the message across.

5) Slow-loading pages

Adding fancy animations, videos, and latest technologies to your site might sound very captivating, but if these elements increase the loading time of your webpage, users will not wait to see these attractive designs. Slow-loading pages are frustrating, and people would rather switch to something that does not make them wait for so long.

6) Adding broken links

Adding hyperlinks that do not work properly or lead the user to ‘Error 404’ pages greatly disrupts the user experience offered on your site. Designers must regularly test their sites to find out any broken links need to be fixed immediately.

7) Pop-ups at the wrong time

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