I am customer of CloudatCost, which is a VPS service provider at Ontario, Canada.
I saw the Ads on twitter, or just someone make a tweet. The most interesting thing is the one time payment and no more recurring invoice. Only one time setup fee. It also has monthly plan.
For example, the very basic plan, Developer 1, $1/month or $35/one time.
If subscribe the monthly plan, it will be $1/month, after a year, you paid $12. One time fee $35 is about three year subscription fee. So pay three year service in the front. That’s it. You own the plan for ever.
I purchased plan Developer 2, by one time fee.
$10/month or $70/one time
2 Xeon vCPU
1 public IP
1GB ECC RAM
1TB monthly transfer
I have a coupon for 50% off, that means you just need to pay $35/one time fee, you can have it for ever. See the coupon code :
An eCommerce company needs to have a reliable web host to ensure that its customers can access the site at all times. If your site is down, it means that your business is temporarily out of commission. Your customers could decide that they are fed up with your unreliable site and go to the competition to make their purchases.
Another issue that you will run into is having a site that loads slowly. You don’t want your site to load slowly because the search engines will penalize your site. Additionally, no one wants to sit at their computer for more than a minute waiting for their page to load or their credit card information to be processed.
A good web host will make sure that your site is secure at all times. Using eCommerce web hosting from Network Solutions makes it easy to create secured connections when your customers want to make a purchase. If a customer has their information tampered with or stolen while a transaction is in progress, your company could be liable for any damages that the customer incurs.
It is critical that you pick the right web host for your eCommerce site. This is because you need a host that will keep your site up as much as possible while providing the security that it needs to keep your customers happy.
Physical activity improves your health and quality o flife by boosting your energy, reducing stress and helping you achieve an dmaintain a healthy body weight.
It’s easy to set fitness goals and schedules, but the real effort comes in sticking to them.
Canada’s Physical Activity Guide to Healthy Active Living recommends 60 minutes of activity a day for adults. While 60 minutes seems like a lot, you can do it in 10 or 15 minute intervals during the day. Be sure to check with your doctor before starting a new fitness plan.
Here are some tips to help turn your goals into reality.
You don’t have to spend a lot of money if you have diabetes. Once you have met with a Dietitian or Certified Diabetes Educator and developed a meal plan to fit your lifestyle, the plan can fit any budget. Everyone can benefit from this healthy way of eating, and there’s no need for special foods or individual meals. Here are some very important tips to help maximize nutritional value and minimize the hit on your grocery bill:
Know your budget and stick to it
Have a weekly menu that fits your plan and make a shopping list. Shop on a full stomach. 🙂
It will help you stick to your list. Use coupons only for items you are sure to use and be aware – end-of-aisle displays are not always bargains.
Buy in season and on sale
Fruit and veggies in season are cheaper. Freeze your own of buy frozen vegetables and fruits, they are often less expensive. yet their flavour and nutrients are as good as fresh.
Save on milk
Using skim milk powder or evaporated milk reconstituted in recipes that call for milk. Powered milk is cheaper and doesn’t need refrigeration. Freeze bags of milk for up to six weeks. Buy cheese in blocks and grate it yourself.
Buy in bulk
It is often cheaper – whole grains, dried beans and lentils, mil in bags, skim milk powder and yogurt in large tubs rather than cups. Buy a whole chicken rather than pieces. Cook in bulk an dfreeze in serving sizes.
In the new year of 2008, I am trying to redesign the blog.
The default template from Six Apart is looks boring.
Now I have not finish my design yet. If you have some idea, just leave your comment below.
Or, if you want to see something on my Blog, do not hesitate to comment it.
I have some big plan in 2008.
David Yin’s blog has following stats last month, December 2007.
9,665 UV and 14,358 PV.
I hope it can reach 90,000 UV per month in the end of 2008.
Is it too crazy? I don’t think so.
More and more traffic will be attracted from Search Engine and other related sites.