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7 Reasons: Why Should You Choose GoDaddy?

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GoDaddy is the biggest name for both domain name and hosting industry. Hence, whether you are searching for a domain name or a hosting company, you will come across GoDaddy.

Here, I will give you some ideas why I like GoDaddy. If you have any questions feel free to contact me.

Biggest Name in the Industry

Being the leader in both the domain name and hosting arena is the biggest reason which pushed me towards GoDaddy. Till 2000, Network Solutions was the only place to register a domain name. In 2001, the domain name registration market opened for competition. In 2005, within 4 years GoDaddy surpassed Network Solutions as the largest domain name registrar. In 2010, GoDaddy was managing more than 45 million domain names with 4 times in size of the its nearest competitor.

I followed a very simple logic. If a company is growing at such a rapid rate, customers satisfaction is definitely playing a key role. With customer satisfaction, no company can grow. Hence, this in itself gives me an inclination towards GoDaddy.

All in one Package

GoDaddy gives the complete service for internet business. Domain name registration, web hosting, designing, email hosting, online storage. You name any web development related service, GoDaddy is giving the service. Not only this, most of these service all well-known in its class for excellent service. Hence, you don’t have to look for some new professionals every time you need a new web service.

Cheap Price

GoDaddy offers some of the cheapest rates in the industry. I would not suggest to take this point as seriously. As difference in prices would not affect much on your business. However, $ 1 offer of domain name registration by GoDaddy is no doubt the cheapest in the industry.

Infrastructure

GoDaddy hosts more than 5 million websites on 35,000 data centers. The company has more than 23 petabytes of data housed on its storage systems, and processes more than 350 million emails every day. GoDaddy resolves more than 10 billion DNS queries a day.

Naturally, it needs a heavy infrastructure to offer excellent service for such a big customer base. GoDaddy has 65,000 sq ft data center in The United States. Apart from three data centers in Phoenix, GoDaddy has data centers in Los Angeles, Chicago and Ashburn, Virginia, along with international facilities in Amsterdam and Singapore.

Upgradation Option

This is a very important thing I look while choosing a hosting company. A website at development stage or initial stage could be easily run on shared hosting plans. However, once it starts getting visitors and server load increases. It becomes impossible to continue the website on shared hosting. Then, the website needs VPS or dedicated hosting.

While choosing a hosting company, it should always be kept in mind that the website might need more power in the future. Hence, you should always choose a company which provides good service not just for shared hosting, but also for VPS and dedicated servers. GoDaddy no doubt is a trusted name for all these.

Will be in the market for long time

Many a times, small time reseller company closes their business without intimating. If a domain name reseller closes their business. The domain management could be shifted to any other company with some extra effort. However, if a hosting company pulls the plug without intimating, the amount of loss could be much devastating.

Hence, it is always recommended to avoid a reseller company and be associated with stable original companies like GoDaddy, which won’t just shut down its business overnight.

There is always an option of Change

Give GoDaddy a try. If you don’t find its service good you can always change your hosting or domain management company. Any how, you have to give any company a trial. Why not a reputed name, GoDaddy?

Give a trial for a month or two. If you don’t like the service, you can easily transfer your whole website setup to any new company.

Go Daddy Deal of the Week: 32% off your entire order! Offer expires 12/4/12.

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Impact of IT/ITES on Indian Economy

Imagine two persons talking about the growth rate of India! Can they discuss it without the role of Information Technology (IT) and Information Technology Enabled Services (ITES) in Indian Economy? Now, think about another situation. Two persons are talking about the growth rate of India and the year is 1985. So, what do you think, would they be talking about the role of IT/ITES in Indian Economy? I don’t think so. Twenty five years back, no one would have dreamt of India as a major IT exporter. The nation lacking food & money would be a big player in computer sector. Today, it is one of the fastest growing nations and IT/ITES sector is busy writing the success story of India.

Today, India’s GDP is growing at a massive rate of 8.9% (estimated FY2010-11). It is expected that the share of IT/ITES industry in this GDP will be 6.1% as against 1.2% of 1998. For the past 10 years, GDP of India has grown on an average 6-7% every year. If a sector’s share in this growing GDP has increased from 1.2% to 6.1%, what could be the growth rate of that sector? Revenue of IT/ITES of India for FY2010 is expected to be 71.3 billion USD compared to merely around 6 billion USD in 2000. The growth in number of employees here for the past ten years has been 26%, making it largest employer in the organized private sector. Currently, direct employment by this sector is 2.3 million. Out of total Indian exports, 26% is the share of this sector for FY2010 as compared to 4 % in 1998. These are some figures which tell the story of storming by IT/ITES industry for the past ten years.

Indian economy has gained a lot from the development of IT/ITES sector. Research shows that out of every 1 job created in this sector, indirectly 4 additional jobs were created, 75% is for those who are SSC/HSC or less qualified, 15.85bn spent by this sector in the domestic economy in the FY2006, generated an additional output of 15.5 billion.

The development of this sector has not limited itself to Tier-I cities like Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad or NCR. It is going deep into Tier-II or III cities. An example is Bhubaneswar, a Tier-III city where all 4 major Indian IT companies: Infosys, Satyam, TCS and Wipro are present. In 2006-07, Orissa’s exports has raised by 60% over 2005-06. To promote this sector, SEZs are being built around with improvement in roads, retail, entertainment and housing facilities. The ratio of employees – technical to non-technical is 80:20, 4% come from economically backward class, while 58% of total employment is from Tier-II/III cities, and 30 % are in the age group of 18-25 yrs. These data show how this sector is penetrating the national economy and enhancing it right from the root.

India was known for exporting low technology oriented products of low quality. Now, to compete in the global market, IT/ITES companies have adopted high quality standards. This in turn affects other sectors too. In the process, not just India’s IT product is becoming a quality brand. But, overall ‘Made in India’ is getting quality brand recognition. Listing of Indian IT/ITES companies in various global stock exchanges, which requires abiding by strict global accounting norms, has helped build a strong image of companies and sector outside India. Indian IT/ITES industry is taking a key role in different acquisitions and mergers of overseas companies. This sector had highest share, 23% in outbound M&A deals in FY2006.

Till the advent of IT/ITES industry, Indian corporate consisted of only 2 types of companies-either large family owned business or multi-national companies. First generation entrepreneurs were hard to find. Now, the funds are enormous to support them. Their success has given confidence to other middle class individuals to exploit their chance of success. In the process many new first generation billionaires have come up. Some IT/ITES companies adopted the practice of Employees Stock Option Plan (ESOP), which enabled them to share their wealth with the employees to get more effort-based efficient work. Later, other companies too adopted this practice. Thereby, this process created many salaried employees.

 

ROLE OF IT/ITES

 

Direct contributions:

•    Growing share of the country’s GDP.

•    Boosting the foreign exchange reserve of India.

•    Employment generation.

 

Indirect contributions:

•    Additional employment generation.

•    Driving growth of other sectors of the economy.

•    Encouraging balanced regional development.

•    Fuelling the growth of PE/VC funding.

•    Improving the product/service quality level.

•    Spurring 1st generation entrepreneurship.

•    Front runner in practicing good corporate governance.

•    Boosting the image of India in the global market.

 

Diversity in employment

•    Encouraging employment of differently-abled: 60% of the employees.

•    Opening opportunities for non-technical personnel.

•    Creating employment opportunities in smaller towns/cities: 33% to 50% employees.

•    Promoting women: over 30% and youth employment.

•    Creating opportunities for the ‘out-of-the-main-stream’ candidates.

 

Initiatives for HRD:

•    Training of workforce through collaboration with educational institutes.

•    Promoting higher education through scholarships and tie-ups with educational institutes.

•    Improving work environment by providing recreational facilities and work-life balance.

 

Socially relevant products and services:

•    Education

•    Employability and entrepreneurship

•    Health

•    Bridging the digital divide

 

 

Conclusion

 

The IT/ITES industry has made a beginning and with the encouragement and support of NASSCOM and NASSCOM Foundation, it is on track to set an example that would encourage others to emulate and help changing the face of India. It is apt to conclude with a remark made by Nobel Laureate Dr. Amartya Sen, about the Indian IT/ITES industry, during his key note address at the NASSCOM India Leadership Summit 2007 -

My point is not that the IT industry should do something for the country at large, for that it does anyway. It makes enormous contributions; it generates significant incomes for many Indians; it has encouraged attention to technical excellence as a general requirement across the board; it has established exacting standards of economic success in the country; it has encouraged many bright students to go technical rather than merely contemplative; and it has inspired Indian industrialists to face the world economy as a potentially big participant, not a tiny little bit-player. My point rather, is that it can do even more, indeed in some ways, much more. This is partly because the reach of information is so wide and all-inclusive, but also because the prosperity and commanding stature of the IT leaders and activists give them voice, power and ability to help the direction of Indian economic and social development.

Summer Marketing Tips for Small Businesses

This is a Guest Post through Postrunner by Beth Longware Duff who writes about small business merchant resources. For more information, click here.

Summer will be here before you know it, which means hot times, cool vibes and unique marketing opportunities for small businesses that are versatile enough to take advantage of them. Latch onto the laid-back attitude that prevails this time of year and use it to your advantage to reach out to current and potential customers.

Regardless of where you do business, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) offers the following five strategies to keep it booming right through to the fall:

  1. Take Part in Summer Festivals and Fairs

Everyone loves a good time, so sponsoring or participating in a local community event not only brings you together with customers in an unpressured environment, but it can work wonders for your brand as well by getting your products or services out for all to see. As an active member of your community, you should be familiar with ongoing events and know which would best serve your marketing objectives. Your local Chamber of Commerce is a great resource, as are the local newspaper, community flyers and town website.

  1. Take Your Customers Out

A long-time common practice in the corporate world, small business owners should consider hosting an activity for their valued loyal customers and vendors. A barbecue in the park, chartered fishing expedition or a visit to a nearby attraction, show or sporting event are all outings that they’ll truly appreciate when you’re picking up the tab. Perhaps best of all, customer entertainment expenses are tax deductible as long as there is a clear business purpose for them and business discussions are held at some point during the event. More information about business tax deductions is available from the SBA.

  1. Take Your Business on the Road

By going where the customers are you can extend your reach, supplement your revenue and increase your brand recognition. Running a concession at sporting events, local carnivals and festivals and other tourist attractions can help you make the most of the summer season, and it’s easier than ever with mobile and wireless solutions that make accepting credit cards quick, easy and secure no matter where the sales occur.

  1. Sponsor a Contest

Everyone loves the chance to win something for nothing, and contests are a great way to raise your visibility in the community and gain publicity. Get your employees involved by asking for their contest ideas. A few suggestions include a cook-off or eating contest sponsored by a restaurant, a yard makeover by a landscape designer, or a pet show by a groomer or veterinarian. Be sure to make the prize(s) something that’s directly related to your business to keep customers coming in after the competition, and promote your contest with a blend of traditional and new media—and don’t forget to post the name and picture of your winner(s)!

  1. Dress Up Your Website

It’s advisable to update your company website on a regular basis to keep it fresh and to showcase your newest products and services. Some summer graphics and seasonal content are simple adds that keep your site relevant to your customers.

Make this summer a memorable one for your business and your customers, and have a little fun while you’re at it!

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IIT JEE: What should be the strategy for repeaters?

IIT is a dream for many students. Many had waited 4-5 years to crack IIT JEE. Some even spent few years in other college, and then came to IIT without any tension about year loss. But, since 2006, IIT JEE has taken few steps to filter genuine quality from repeaters.

IIT JEE committee in 2006 changes few eligibility rules for IIT JEE. These changes allow only those who have passed the qualifying exam not more than one year back. Simply we can say. Maximum two attempts are allowed for IIT JEE to any students.

Normally students, who are not both lucky and brilliant simultaneously, fail to mark an impression in first attempt of IIT JEE. I’m pointing at lucky and brilliant both. Even brilliance can’t guarantee you to be an IITian in first shot. There are lots of complications. Like you have to cover the syllabus in right time, you have to face board exams just few days back of IIT JEE, you have to quickly switch to IIT JEE syllabus after board exam. Not to say all these needs proper timing. Many loose the preparation at last steps not due to brilliance. But, due to so much complications and lack of proper guidance. Just before IIT JEE, many lose their chance to get selected. So, it needs luck with brilliance to pass IIT JEE in first shot.

I will discuss here exactly how you should prepare if you had failed in first appearance of IIT JEE. What should be the strategy? How you should study? When is the right time for pace? When you should join test series? When your revision should start? Should you join any coaching or home preparation is best? I will discuss all these points here. Also, if you want any point to be added by me raise your voice. Use comments section.

First of all, let’s decide whether you need coaching or not. Note it down that you should be associated in IIT JEE coaching once in your three-year duration of IIT JEE preparation. If you have taken any professional coaching for IIT JEE up till 12th. Now, go for home preparation. If you were not associated with coaching during 12th or 11th especially for IIT JEE, it is a good time for you to do so. Do not forget. Coaching is very important to know most about IIT JEE. Especially those who are average do well after coaching. (See this article to know how coaching help different students in IIT JEE preparation.)

One thing I want to urge all. If you think that there is some chance for you to crack IIT JEE. But, less chance in first shot. Then, go for IIT JEE coaching during 11th and 12th. Don’t leave the professional help for post-board duration. Coaching gives you a lot. But, it takes away your energy and also need much mental and physical work. Students sometime get lost in mental and physical strain they undergo during coaching. Also, you will become much more mature about IIT JEE after taking coaching. So, you could study in right way in your final shot. I will discuss more about it later in some other article.

If you are thinking to go for coaching after board exams, then, remember to give good time for self-study. Don’t get lost in assignments and hand-outs provided by your coaching. Solve them. But, also give appropriate time for IIT JEE text-books and standard problem book. Remove confusions related with concepts using full help of coaching system. IIT JEE concentrates more at those points which are loop holes for students. You can do better if you keep in mind above mentioned points. These are enough for you. Remember, coaching will take away most of your time. Still you have to work-hard restlessly.

Now, if you had already taken coaching during 12th or don’t want to join any coaching. These are for you.

After IIT JEE exam or exam period gets over. Don’t waste much time in enjoyment. Re-start your preparation after a gap of not more than 7 days.

When you start the preparation, first go for little analyze. Try to figure out which chapters need improvement and which are your best portions. Also, which book to follow? In this one year of preparation you should concentrate more on clarifying concept by solving more and more problem. Problem should be solved by books which have IIT JEE sort of problems. I would suggest go for Arihant books in Physics and Mathematics. For chemistry, Arihant books are not so much good. Try Schaum series or others like O P Tondon or O P Agrawal for physical chemistry. For Organic strictly go for Solomons & Fryhle. It is best book for Organic chemistry for IIT JEE. Use this book with its solution book. For Inorganic use Arihant. Memorize every reaction type. Go for problems. The more regularly you solve the problems. The more you will improve in Organic or Inorganic Chemistry. Not to mention, not just above books are only best books in the market. But, yeah these are most tested.

If you have material of some top institute of IIT JEE. Refer them too while reading concept from above mentioned books. Try to solve the variety of problems available. The more you get familiar with problem more you will solve the problem in IIT JEE. Remember IIT JEE don’t check your speed. You will have enough time to solve problems to secure good rank in IIT JEE. So, concentrate on practicing more and more problem. Required speed will be acquired just by practice.

Now, I’m going to tell you a very important trick you should use which would help you later in revision. While going through problems, mark the problems which are unsolved, hard or tricky. Even those which you solved, but you want to see them while revision. On an average you will get 10-15 marked questions in 100 you will attempt. Use these questions when you revise. This simple technique will boost up your revision time 2-3 folds. Normally, while revision students get confused from where to start revision. But, with this trick in use, you can just refer theory quickly from somewhere (like Brilliant tutorial provides YG File compendium or FIITJEE provides some books with GMP). Then, go through the problems you had marked earlier. Remember, it’s on to you which problem to mark. Don’t mark just hard problem. Instead, mark the problems in a way which could help you to revise in less time later. So, after solving chapters go through marked problems and see whether you can revise with those problems.

Normally, you should close first phase of detailed study, up till December to January. Then, phase 2, revision by above mentioned way till 20 – 25 days prior to exam date. For phase 2, if time permits you could also use GMP or YG Files. In last phase, solve simulator tests or sample tests provided by many institutes free or on some charge. Buy them and solve. In between, nearly in Nov-Dec each institute starts their test series for IIT JEE. Join a good test series. Sit for it regularly. But, never spend time to prepare for test series. Not even on day prior to test date. If you desperately want to read a little, give 1hr -2hr on last night before test series’ test date. You should not spend much time on test series preparation.

Sample tests should be taken by you in the same time duration as for IIT JEE exam. Like this year schedule is Paper 1: 9:00 AM – 12:00 noon and Paper 2: 2:00 PM -5:00 PM. Sit for tests each day at 9:00 AM sharp. Use chair and table for giving exams. Your body should adjust to exam schedule. Between 12:00 to 2:00 test your score for Paper 1. Afterwards, look through solution for incorrect answers. Know where you missed. Then, take your lunch. Lastly, relax a bit. Again at sharp 2:00 PM sit for Paper 2. After exam check your marks. Go through solutions for incorrect questions. Try to analyze where you are failing. In which portion you score most negative marks. If a bit concept update is required go for it. But, don’t go deep study.

After test session, relax for an hour or so. Watch TV. Go to friends home. Else sleep.

At night, go for unsolved problems. These are the problems which are very much similar to IIT JEE type of problems. Many of these problems could be faced by you first time. Try to solve them using all books and materials you have available. This is the last time to increase your rank in IIT JEE. More sincerely you solve more your rank will improve. This single step could give you a gain of around 10 – 15 % for ranking. Believe me.

For 15-20 day, regularly take these tests till last 2 days of exam. For last two days, normally prefer to avoid reading anything. If you can’t, don’t go for deep study and for new concept. Just revise 2-3 times daily every formula and tricks from a collection book normally provided by institutes (like compendium of YG Files).

These are a simple one year plan for repeaters. You may easily view. This method can’t be used by fresher. Last two phases could be used by those repeaters too who had joined any coaching.

If you find anything to share, feel free to do it. I am waiting for your comments.

(Now, I want to share with you my one year which I spend for IIT JEE preparation after 12th board. In appearing exam of IIT JEE I failed to clear IIT JEE screening. I scored 97. While 99 were cut-off marks. Missed screening test by a score less than what a question usually carry.

After all exams are over, I spent two months in enjoyment. I started preparation in July last week, my first mistake. Simultaneously, I joined a test series, my second mistake.

In two months of off-study, I had lost grip on many portions. Also, I usually get lost in test series’ tests held after every 21 days. I get confused whether to prepare for these tests or not, my third and biggest mistake. Overall, for whole year I just able to recover the level where I was at the time of last IIT JEE. In screening exam, I merely pass the test.

During screening and mains exam, I used the last phase discuss above. It helped me a lot and let me to secure around 10000 ranks in mains. Not to mention, I appeared for IIT JEE next year too using experience of the discussed year.)

I’m giving links to articles written by me on similar topics:

  1. Kota: Paradise for IIT JEE Aspirants
  2. How to Prepare for IIT JEE?
  3. Role of Coachings in IIT JEE selection
  4. Hopes Beyond IIT
  5. IIT JEE: What should be Strategy for Partial Droppers?

 

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