Author Archives: Jared C. Brown

About Jared C. Brown

Jared is a freelance writer and web entrepreneur. He writes about anything related to running a website and running an online business. On WHR, Jared C. Brown writes tutorials and how to guides for new webmasters. Jared lives in Montreal, Canada.

Shopify Review – Create an e-commerce site with

An Introduction to Shopify for E-Commerce Newcomers – When setting up a new e-commerce website and its accompanying shopping cart, consumers have a lot of choices in terms of software. Online shopping carts have become so complicated that rolling your own solution is rarely a viable option, even for experienced web developers. Nowadays, e-commerce solutions […]

GreenGeeks + Let’s Encrypt

As a website owner, you probably know the various responsibilities it entails. To keep your website relevant and prominent in the search engines, it is necessary to keep up with Google’s algorithm changes, especially if you would like to maintain rankings and positions. This year, Google has announced yet another requirement and layer of responsibility […]

Understanding The 99.9% Uptime Guarantee

When looking for web hosting options, one is bound to come across several new terms. One of those terms happens to be “99.9% Uptime Guarantee”. For someone who’s new to the whole website hosting thing, the term can be a little confusing and most web-hosting service providers don’t do a good job of explaining things. […]

Common Web Hosting Myths Debunked!

When looking for a web hosting service, you’re bound to come across a range of attractive offers from dozens of providers. Some of them can be so attractive that they literally stop you from carrying out some much-needed critical analysis. Well, you don’t want to make decisions when your brain’s in stasis. That’s how you […]

What to Look for in A Website Builder

There’s an old saying that goes “if you want to get something done, it’s better you do it yourself”. Whoever said that wasn’t just uttering meaningless gibberish. It’s something that holds true even today. Now, we aren’t saying you can’t hire the right people to do the job, but, sometimes, it’s just better you do […]