The Made In India Mentality

The general mentality that today’s consumer has is that if the product is made in India, it’s a sub-standard product with a premium price tag + bad customer service and after-sales support.

This attitude of Indian consumer needs to change for Make In India to be a massive success.

The companies in India needs to be laser focused in delivering great experiences in order to grab the local market which has over the period become really really important.

One Company, With Hundred Names

I am not a big fan of one company owning too many brands. Most cases, this looks somewhat deceptive and because the real idea is just basically trying to dominate the market, once they achieved it, they wouldn’t care about their services anymore. Just a recent example, servers and phone services for JustHost, HostGator, BlueHost, BigRock and JustHost were all affected in a recent outage because they were all on the same EIG (Endurance International Group) network.

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Karma is a tax

This is my first attempt to write a script and make a video along with a couple of my friends. Your feedback will definitely help me scale up. Karma is a tax is the first video by the bunch of friends. We try to bring in the tension every entrepreneur has about various taxes.

Different Web Hosting Types Explained

Let’s first talk about web hosting. If you want to construct a website or have an email address on the internet with your own domain name, then you need to have web hosting.

Web hosting can be best described as storage for the files (images, texts, code, databases and emails) that make your website live so that other people can use your domain name and see your site. Each storage area sits on a server (a computer that is accessible by the Internet) and has an address (domain name). When that address / domain name is typed into the browser, it tracks down the correct storage unit and let’s us view what is inside. If there is no web hosting, there can be no way for the web browser to find and view the website.
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