I'm just starting , should I first get free hosting and then upgrade it after a month?

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  1. ForTheWin123

    ForTheWin123 Regular Member

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    I'm just starting , should I first get free hosting and then upgrade it after a month? A guy just told me that google doesnt even register you the first month so if I buy hosting now then I wont have money on paypal to upgrade hosting for the second month, and if I get free hosting now maybe earn some money or get good place on google search and UPGRADE hosting?
     
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    Yes go for the free hosting for the first few month and then you can move on to reliable one once you start earning..

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    Do a bit of comparing of free/paid hosts and find something that fits you. Google might index you on day 1 of your site going live, but you might still be so busy constructing the site that it doesn't really matter too much if you're on paid or free hosting because you've not fully launched yet. I assume your site will take a bit of work.
     
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    Use the free one at first, then upgrade.
     
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    Use free hosting as there are some good free hosting sites out there. What are you doing for domains? Then look around for paid hosting when you can afford it, but if the free one is ok, just keep it. Some others may disagree but it all depends on your circumstances etc.
     
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