Blogging is best done on a laptop. The fact is that laptops are portable, and most of them have enough power to sustain your blogging needs. Netbooks, and tablets, on the other hand, aren’t powerful enough to satisfy even the most hardcore blogger. Desktop is powerful, fast, but it’s not available everywhere. Even if you stay home almost always, it takes some time to turn the PC on and begin writing. Who knows, the unique idea that had clicked on your mind a moment ago may not stay in your head after you’re ready to operate your Desktop. The solution is undoubtedly a laptop (or, a notebook, as some like calling it).
Well, this might not be exactly our kind of niche, but there’s nothing about the smartphone industry that interests me at the moment and that’s possibly why I chose to write about something I have interest in and to protect people from ‘fraud’ web hosting companies. I’m going to discuss about shared web hosting, where you share the web-server with hundreds, if not thousands of other websites and often get into troubles such as long periods of downtime or a negative impact on SEO. To rectify all the problems regarding the matter in general, you need to choose a good host and one that fits in your requirements.