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“In doing this, you can keep all of the parts working with as little downtime as possible.
Though this is something I think anyone with a domain, self-hosted site, and email should use, it’s also something I think is important for us – as those who provide services to others – should use.
Specifically, I’m talking about keeping domains, hosting, and email separate so if you opt to change, say, your hosting then you can keep all of the parts working with as little downtime as possible.
In this post, I’m going to cover how to do it, the services I recommend (and no, none of these are affiliate links), and then how each piece works independently of one another to provide the most seamless experience possible.”
Read the whole thing here.
Fast Start Blog Says: I learned this tip years ago and have kept my various services separate. I’ve used a variety of hosting and domain services over the years, but I prefer WebsiteManagers for my hosting and NameCheap for my domains.Source
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