First of all this is a surprise for my readers because I’m back after a long long time to write the buzz again. voila. What are the odds of being offline for months?
Well I think I have answers for all of the questions that I faced till now. The main reason is I used to run a web hosting company past months and its profitable but its a pain some times because I need to be online most of the times to answer questions of my clients and resolve them. I managed to keep the hosting servers mostly online 99% ( Well I didnt used shared accounts like most do I used to manage my own servers to host clients ). And the main purpose of the host is to host high traffic proxies. So Its very hard job because I have to keep my on the servers all the time because high loads. Some sites on the network consumed more than 100GB traffic daily . So it was more hard because one single mistake can lead the whole customers down.
And I have one major exam in my life in this year so my life became more complicated . Finally I decided to sell the hosting company to another hosting company in Canada. They bought my clients and company for great price and my one and only condition was to keep clients happy and bill them low profile like I used to do.
I learnt lots of things in this journey. To manage a business,to build a happy client base,to manage high traffic servers specially
And finally Im available again to blog like before. So this will be new start to the www.ruchirablog.com and lots of updates coming.
Don’t forget that now this blog is page rank 2 (Even with 0 link building in past 6 months) You can comment in my post with your web site URL and what you get in return is page rank 2 back link for your site so enjoy.
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