The top 1000 sites on the internet receive more web traffic than the next 99,000 sites combined.  The U.S. hosts nearly half of the most popular 100,000, and Texas is the physical home to 50,000 of the busiest sites on the internet.

If you have a website for your business, it is prudent to understand the process of web hosting and content creation.  You start by buying your domain name, then you find physical hosting.  Then the website gets built, you choose a theme and security preferences, and finally create the content.

It is important throughout this process to read your contracts and to stay on top of web hosting fees.  If you’re not paying attention, someone else could own your content without your knowledge.  What’s worse, your website could be yanked out from under you because of the simple mistake of not paying your renewal fees on time.  Check out this infographic for more.

Who Owns Your Website

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