Are you being served?
Most of us use shared servers for our websites, at least at first. Whether you’re on WordPress, SquareSpace, Weebly, or another host, you’re probably sharing server space with a few hundred “roommates.” So when is it time to leave the apartment and buy your own house?
Like so many things in business, it depends.
It’s Q&A Wednesday, and we’re helping one listener decide if it’s time for their very own server. We’ll explain why businesses do this, but more importantly, we’ll discuss when. Depending on certain milestones, it might not be worth it…yet.
Plus, we’ll discuss the one downside of using a private server.
Learn what you get out of having a private server, and how to tell when it’s time to get yours. Get a sense of what it costs, and why it’s actually a money saver after a certain point. Decide what’s best for one of your business’s most important digital assets. Click Play!
Easily sell Online Courses, Memberships, and Digital Downloads to your audience. With more than 10,000 creators on the platform, Podia is the easiest way to earn a living teaching what you know. Create a beautiful storefront in minutes and start selling your digital products. No technical knowledge needed, and no third-party plugins required. Check out podia.com/mba now.
Got student loans? Refinancing with Earnest can save you money. If you’re still paying the same rate as when you graduated, odds are you can save big. Even if you refinanced before, most people can save by doing it again. Even better, $100 MBA listeners get a $100 cash bonus when you refinance with Earnest.To get a personalized rate estimate that won’t affect your credit score, head earnest.com/mba.
The post MBA1490 Q&A Wednesday: Do I need to have a dedicated server for my website? appeared first on The $100 MBA.