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A Beginner’s Guide to Finding Web Hosting for Your Online Needs

At a basic level, to have a functioning website on the internet you need two things as a minimum – disk space and bandwidth. There’s a rough correlation between the level of complexity of any given project and the disk capacity needed. A site with a simplistic web interface will therefore not require a fraction of the disk space or processing power that a giant such as Facebook (check out their massive server farm!), Google, BBC, YouTube, or any of the other global powers require.
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