Web hosting forums are a great resource when first starting out with web hosting and an even greater resource later on. You can use a forum to ask questions about which web host is best, find out which features you need or don’t need, or help you find out which programming language to use. Throughout the process of buying web hosting and building your web site you will use forums to help you solve programming problems or server configurations issues and once you have finished your web site and gotten everything set up you will still use forums to get feedback on your site.
A web hosting forum can be a very valuable resource for you at many times. In order to help you find the best forums, we have made a list of the best forums about web hosting on the internet:
Web Hosting Talk is one of the most web hosting popular forums. It has one to two thousand members online at any given time and has many sub-forums dedicated to specific web hosting types.
SitePoint offers many great learning resources for the aspiring web developer and their forums are no different. They often have two to three thousand members online at a time. They have forums for server configuration, web site advertising, web site design and everything in between. It is also a great web hosting message board for posting your site to get some feedback.
The Digital Point Forums are particularly useful for marketing and search engine knowledge. They can help you find the best techniques for optimizing your site for search engines or other marketing strategies.
The Dev Shed Forums is where the geeks hang out. If you have a question about and programming language in the world, you can ask it here. These forums specialize in programming, database management, and server set up. They also have some great web design forums.
Webmaster-Talk isn’t quite as popular as the other forums mentioned but they still offer a lot of great resources covering programming, design, marketing, and even monetization.
Originally posted on Tue Jul 22, 2008