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  1. #26
    Join Date
    Jun 2007
    very informative thank u ....

  2. #27
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    Nov 2007
    good information, have done some of this mistakes myself

  3. #28
    Join Date
    Feb 2008
    Very good information here. This will definitely help out those who are new to the hosting industry. I also would like to agree with you Serverpedia, innovation is truly a master key that all companies should have. You have to keep that mind rolling all the time in a creative manner in order to keep up with the technology as well as competition.

  4. #29
    Moved to Running a Web Hosting Business Tutorials.

    Looks good. Thanks for posting it.

    really i want to find this kind of tutorials.

  5. #30
    I couldn't agree more, great tutorial.

  6. #31
    Join Date
    Jun 2008
    Philippines, Manila
    Thanks for the information, this will surely help me out with my new plan model.

  7. #32
    Nice points.
    I made some of these mistakes.

  8. #33
    Decent information. I'd definitely give these ideas some thought before starting anything serious to all the newbies out there.

  9. #34
    Join Date
    Nov 2009
    Hey great read thanks

  10. #35
    Very nice post.

    I have to agree with all of your points. The most common mistake is not setting the right price. Many new host think of there pockets no and worry paying for there cheap reseller.

  11. #36
    Join Date
    Dec 2009
    North West Arkansas
    Hosting companies do make allot of mistakes, one that I notice a quite often is when a new hosting company posts an advertisement in a forum's market place they expect that they will get customers right off the bat. This is far from true... statics show that it takes a client 7 views in order to go with a hosting company that they find in a forum. Which if they make a customer in the first 2 days then they are doing better than so many others. The reality is, a hosting company is not going to do the work for it's self, and definitely not at this time with all the new hosts coming into the market daily.

    Basically, you are gonna have to work if you want to make it. You can't run your company on auto pilot and yet have a great company. The business world doesn't work that way, and life does not work that way. I believe that every hosting company out their who has a good strong team, rather it be 2 or 40 and also has the dedication required in today's market can make it in the industry as yet another good hosting company.

  12. #37
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    Jul 2007
    Nice post, should be made sticky in New members intro section.

  13. #38
    Very informative tutorial..thumbs up..:-)
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  14. #39
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    Jul 2009
    Wow, this thread was very informative and covered a lot of mistakes that could be fatal to beginning companies. This was a really good thread and definitely should be read by those whom wish to start their own web hosting company.

  15. #40
    Quote Originally Posted by cywkevin View Post
    Competitive Analysis

    (some people choose to include this in "Market Analysis," but
    that is your choice): The section will show that you are fully aware of the competitive forces at work in your marketplace. It will explain your strengths over the competition, as well as how you will counteract their advantages and overcome (or compensate for) your potential weaknesses.

    Common Mistakes:

    1.Not identifying known major competitors
    2.Underestimating competitive strength and potential
    3.Failing to demonstrate what makes you better
    4.Having no strategy for counteracting current (or emerging) competition
    5.Assuming you have no competition
    6.Failing to show an awareness of competitor’s plans in the market and their business
    In my opinion, competitive analysis is the most important factor to consider when setting up a hosting business. A business owner should be able to see very clearly how he is going to conquer the market. It's like going to a battle fully-armed and ready.

  16. #41
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    Jul 2009
    Quote Originally Posted by the_dreamer View Post
    In my opinion, competitive analysis is the most important factor to consider when setting up a hosting business. A business owner should be able to see very clearly how he is going to conquer the market. It's like going to a battle fully-armed and ready.
    I completely agree with this post, business owners going into ANY market should analyse their competitors when developing their business.

  17. #42
    Thanks for the information! No Mistakes = Good Business

  18. #43
    Join Date
    Feb 2010
    SSH Terminal
    Nice guidelines, that needs to be revised from time to time.

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  19. #44
    Very Nice thread. This will be helpful to anyone looking to start or are already in business.

  20. #45
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    Mar 2010
    Hilliard, OH, USA
    THANK YOU SO MUCH for this great tutorial! Hopefully I won't make any of these mistakes. Great information.

  21. #46
    Thank you for this information. Have copied to reread again later

  22. #47
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    Jun 2009
    Toronto, Ontario
    Some great info here

  23. #48
    This is indeed a nice and useful article. Thanks for sharing.

  24. #49
    Looks and sounds good thank you a lot

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