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TMCNet:  Bluehost Launches Free Webinar Sessions for Web Development Assistance

[May 24, 2012]

Bluehost Launches Free Webinar Sessions for Web Development Assistance

Chicago, USA, May 24, 2012 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- Bluehost, one of the leading web hosting providers on the internet, has recently launched a series of live webinar training sessions in a bid to provide customers with assistance on using the company's services as well as information on building websites using various content management system (CMS) platforms such as Weebly and WordPress.


In keeping with the company's mission to provide customers with outstanding facilities, Bluehost has created the free training webinar so that new customers can easily learn how to create a website. Tom Jones, editor-in-chief of the website creation information source Make-A-Web-Site.com, believes that this move provides users with an indispensable instructional tool, boosting the company's value as a result. He recommends the company's services, stressing on the importance of web hosting for the success of websites, saying, "Website hosting is the place where you put up your website - or rather, the files you used to create it - that also allows you to show your website to other people on the internet." He further adds, "Bluehost is the number one recommended hosting supplier of WordPress. Other than that, they also offer a free domain name and a simple WordPress website builder. And because they provide unlimited space for your website, you never have to worry about your website crashing for being too big." In addition to the services mentioned, Bluehost also offers some of the lowest subscription rates among web hosting providers available on the internet. Individuals who want to build a website can avail of hosting plans for one, two, or even three years at a monthly rate of $6 -$7. Customers can avail of lower prices still using discount coupons that can be found in affiliate websites.

Mr. Jones advises would-be website creators to take advantage of Bluehost's low rates, saying, "I suggest customers sign up for at least a two-year hosting package." He explains, "The reason for this is because search engines like Google, Yahoo, and Bing rank websites higher in the search engines the longer they are registered. A lot of your visitors will come from these sites, so if your website is ranked high on search results, you can get more visitors." "Personally, I always sign up for a three-year account when I register a new domain name and hosting account," he candidly adds.

Blue host has received a number of distinctions and awards because of the quality of its products. The popular website host is included in the list of Wordpress.org's highly recommended hosting services, and has been recognized as the best WordPress hosting provider by various independent hosting review and rating sites such as HostingTag.com and WebHostingClue.com. The company offers numerous value-added services, and with the launch of the free live training webinar, Bluehost's accolades can only be expected to multiply in the future.

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