How To Start A Blog #infographic #blogging #howto

Blogging is very popular today. It is an easy way how one can share their own thoughts and knowledge online. There are many people who run their own blog nowadays. And there are many people who would like to start their own blog yet they don’t know how.

For this reason, David Jez, the owner of KickstartBlog.com, has created the following infographic describing how to start a blog in a nice and easy-to-follow way.
If you are a beginner with zero experience, make sure to check the infographic to get the essential insight into starting a blog process.

As you will see, starting a blog is a pretty straight forward and easy task. And what’s more even better, learning how to start a blog doesn’t require any special technical skills so everyone can start his own blog today.

An infographic by kickstartblog.com.

Why you need SSD Web Hosting for your website? #infographic #hosting

This infographic compares HDD and SSD performance through the following measures.
1. Speed
2. Noise
3. Booting time
4. Weight
5. Power Consumption
6. Hardware reliability
7. Defragmentation
8. Response time
9. Performance
10. Failure Rate

Many people have confusion over choosing HDD hosting or SSD hosting for their website.

Speed:
The Speed of the SSD is 300% faster than HDD. The highest transfer rate for HDD is 120MB/sec. But HDD transfer rate starts from 200MB/sec.

Noise:
HDD has moving mechanical parts, so it makes noise. But SSD does not have any moving parts, so it does not produce much noise.

Booting time:
HDD has 30+ seconds for booting whereas SSD takes 10+ seconds to boot

Weight:
HDD weights more than SSD. SSD is compact and has little weight.
Power consumption
The power consumption is high for HDD, and it is low for SSD.
Hardware Reliability.
HDD has low reliability due to its moving parts. SSD has high reliability since it has no moving parts

Defragmentation:
HDD requires Defragmentation in regular interval. SSD does not need defragmentation to work faster.

Response time:
Response time is high for HDD. SSD response much faster than HDD
Performance
The performance for SSD is higher than HDD.
Failure Rate

An Infographic by ServerCake.