A resume must relate your qualifications to a prospective employer in a way that makes them want to know you better. Many resumes fall short of this goal. There are a variety of reasons for this, including poor writing, typos, including the wrong information, repetition of skills, and more.
Support. Well this is an easy one. There are so many inexpensive “unmanaged” solutions out there that don’t really give a damn about you as a customer. If you have a problem, the only support is via e-mail. I’ve transferred clients away from several hosting facilities that don’t even have phone numbers on their website. My theory is, that if a company posts their tech Arlo pro 2 and they answer it when you call, then their system must work pretty well.
Find a keeper. Figure out what item you think your friends would keep. You want your graduation party favors to be something they will hold onto. If it ends up in the trash or the back of a drawer, then it defeats the purpose.
Uptime and Reliability. It is significant to find out if the hosting provider offers an uptime guarantee. What is their uptime? What do they guarantee? How are you compensated if they falter? A reliable company should have 99.9% uptime.
You can find out someone’s full name, address and background information just by having their phone number. This type of search is called a ‘reverse phone lookup’ and will give you instant access to full details about who owns any phone number.
Features and Manageability. Windows vs. Linux, PHP vs. ASP, SQL vs. MySql, ftp, e-mail, stats, backup, scripting, shell access, the list goes on and on. There are so many variables out there, you really need to know what you are looking for and speak to someone that you can trust to tell you what the best is.
An inexpensive pen such as the Bic Clic Stic or the Souvenir Contender is a great alternative to a paper business card as no one will throw a pen away! They will use it over and over and over again. Also, studies show that an inexpensive pen will have ten (yes ten!) different owners during it’s useful life. If you print 1,000 pens and distribute them in your community by leaving them every where you go, 10,000 different people will eventually use your pens and see your advertising. This is viral marketing that really works.