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WEB SCHOOL How to deal with hosting stuff

ChewingCandy

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Hi, Folks.

Recently I'm following Fox's threads and videos about starting a website business, and I suddenly came up with some questions.

How do you deal with the server stuff? I mean if the business owner does not have a server in use beforehand.

And if I rent a server for him, should I still help him deal with the server problem after a year?

I know I can charge a fee and provide A/S, but I prefer an one-time deal.

Maybe I'm wondering too much since I don't have any sales yet, but I'm just curious.:smile:
 

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NicholasCato

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Hi, Folks.

Recently I'm following Fox's threads and videos about starting a website business, and I suddenly came up with some questions.

How do you deal with the server stuff? I mean if the business owner does not have a server in use beforehand.

And if I rent a server for him, should I still help him deal with the server problem after a year?

I know I can charge a fee and provide A/S, but I prefer an one-time deal.

Maybe I'm wondering too much since I don't have any sales yet, but I'm just curious.:smile:
I had the same question I started the challenge and I’m completely new to this. I don’t even know how to send the website to the client once I’m done lol. Do I just upload it for them? Im sure this has been answered already. Going to browse the forums
 
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ChewingCandy

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@NicholasCato
You can upload the mock-up page to your own host with a sub domain, and send the link to your client with cold email.

check out this thread.
 

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