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When you want to start a business in the real world, you need a physical location to set up, store, and sell your products. And the same rules apply in the digital world.

When you set up an online business, you have a series of files, images, and HTML code that make up your website. These files take up space and need a place to live. Without an online home, your files would just sit on your computer and no one would ever see them. Web hosting companies provide a place on a server to store all of your files and are responsible for delivering the files of your website as soon as a browser makes a request by typing in your domain name. When you pay a web hosting company, you are simply renting storage space on the internet — just like you would rent a physical store for your business.

Among the things you should consider when selecting a web hosting service are backup, security, analytics, customer support, scalability. Putting a website online can be simple, but it will only be successful if your Web host provides the relationship your small business deserves. Get to know more about what ProfileTree offers in terms of web hosting and lock down a partnership as soon as you are aware of the full benefits.

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