Wednesday, April 12th 2017 Business
In life, in general, it’s seen as productive to … condense. When we go grocery shopping most of us get the bulk of our items from one place, it’s generally cheaper and less stressful than going to 3-4 different stores for different things. Likewise, a lot of online business owners flock to things like Co-Schedule* and Buffer to send out our social media posts to all platforms instead of having to go to each site and send them out manually. It saves us time and makes life easier, therefore making a lot more sense than the alternatives.
So, in turn, it seems like it would make a whole lot of sense, when it comes to your website, to purchase your domain and hosting from the same place. One less company to deal with, one less login to remember, etc. However, when it comes to your domain and hosting, especially when you have a business, the exact opposite of the ‘condensing’ idea is true.