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A Quick Guide to Web Hosting [Kindle Edition]

Ryan Miller
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A Basic guide to help you with the complex world of Web Hosting. Explains the importance of Web Hosting and will help you understand the different types of hosting services and how to evaluate potential hosting companies.

10,700 words

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  • File Size: 154 KB
  • Print Length: 46 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007GE93UQ
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1.0 out of 5 stars Don't waste your time (crap) August 28, 2012
By Macho
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
This book is a total crap! it's just 47page bla-bla-bla WITHOUT ANY EXAMPLES OR WEBSITE LINKS! Seems like he didn't really know what he's writing about. The book is about nothing. Don't waste your time.
I give 0 stars to this book.
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More About the Author

Hello, my name is Ryan T Miller. I love to rant, in depth about so many different topics, although mostly focused on IT and related electronics as well as health and wellness. At heart I am a family man with one beautiful daughter, but I like to spend my spare time helping others with my knowledge.

I have been involved with PC's and most all electronic devices in some capacity professionally for over 20 years! I'm also the guy whose friends and family would always talk to if they ever have problems or issues setting up or using any electronic devices like computers, audio visual equipment, phones, mp3 players, gaming systems and technology questions in general.

I've always had a knack for electronics. I was always taking apart my brand new toys to see how they worked and then enjoyed putting them back together. You can imagine my parents amazement when they saw that I actually could put everything back together and have it working perfectly again. Though I can remember a few times that pushed the limits, like when my parents were upset to discover our brand new HI-FI VCR sitting in parts and pieces on the living room floor. Now back in the mid-eighties when this happened, new VCR's were expensive, and they kind of flipped out, assuming there was no way that VCR was going to work again. Well, wasn't I proud of myself to call my parents back into the living room later that night to find that "Holy Crap" look in their eyes when they saw the VCR completely back together and playing a tape!

Over the years I have held many different jobs that centered on electronics or computers and health and hospitality. I consider myself a jack of all trades as I have many hobbies and interests and become very active in many different unrelated fields. Please enjoy my work as I share my knowledge and experience in my books.

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