Author Archives: Ross Cohen

About Ross Cohen

Ross Cohen, a self-proclaimed online & offline entrepreneur, resides in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Being a jack of all trades, he prides himself on being an economist by degree, salesman by trade, and writer by heart.

Is Web Hosting Necessary For Local Businesses?

Once upon a time businesses opened and local residents came to spend. The business would treat their customers right and so the customers would return. There was an unspoken appreciation between the two parties that would, in many cases, last generations. Then came the likes of YellowPages and similar local advertising methods. Business owners undoubtedly […]

GoDaddy vs. HostGator

The new year is here and both GoDaddy and HostGator have had their websites updated to a more “festive” theme – but what does this mean for you? Besides their more aesthetically pleasing layouts, this also means savings (which will be discussed at the end of this article). Now, before we get to those savings, […]

Becoming A Web Host: Heck Yes It’s Possible!

You’ve heard of shared hosting (the type of hosting that 99% of us have – the “regular” kind). You’ve heard of virtual private servers (VPS) and dedicated servers… probably. But have you heard of reseller hosting? It’s a type of hosting that not only provides you with the ability to host your own website(s), but […]

4 Reasons The Average Joe Builds A Website

Everyone builds their first or hundred and first website for different reasons, whether it be personal, business, or otherwise. The best part about owning a website of your own is that it’s able to be transformed into something amazing – even life changing – and you’re able to watch it grow day after day like […]