Free Web Hosting Advantages

Trying to select a reliable free web host can be a daunting task especially with so many service providers and options available nowadays. The task may be more difficult than it is.

Let’s take a look at some of the most popular features that a free web hosting provider should offer:

 

Disk space and bandwidth

Disk space refers to the amount of storage space allocated to you by your free web hosting provider. This space will be used to store your website files, including text files, images, audio, etc. that you use for your website.

Bandwidth refers to the amount of data transfer allowed on your website. I mean, every time a visitor types your website name in his browser, browses, downloads and browses his files, he consumes the amount of bandwidth.

For example, if your website contains a lot of graphics (such as photographs), you will need more storage space and more bandwidth.

 

Website Builder & FTP

If this is your first website and you have little experience, look for a free web hosting provider that offers a free website builder app where you can create your own website simply by choosing a template and adding your own text and images.

FTP stands for File Transfer Protocol. It’s your website’s file transfer protocol from your computer to your free web hosting server, or vice versa. This allows you to upload finished website files (including images and other multimedia files) from your computer to your service provider’s server. It also allows you to download your files from your web hosting server back to your computer. A good free web hosting provider should provide open FTP access 24/7.

 

E-mail
Yes, your free web hosting provider should provide you with email services – so you can set up your email accounts In addition to an easy mail interface (so you can log in and manage your emails using your web browser), a mail service should include Email also has POP3 and SMTP access so you can set up and access email messages using your mobile devices.

 

Support and professionalism
You should always choose a free web hosting service with good support and a constant presence.

While no host can offer 100% guaranteed uptime (think of issues outside their control, like city power outages), they should keep website and email downtime to a very minimum. These actions may include 24/7 server and network monitoring. While you may not fully understand these technical aspects, look to see if your free web hosting provider has listed them somewhere on their website. If not, ask them about it.

 

the price
If you are looking for a free web hosting provider, then you should expect to pay absolutely nothing for all the essential features mentioned above. But they may display ads on your site so that they can benefit from your site visits to profit

 

When Internet users want to view your website, all they need to do is type your website address into their browser. Their computer will then connect to your server and your web pages will be shown to them through the browser.

Most web hosting companies require you to have your own domain (www.example.com) in order to be their customer. If you don’t have a domain, web hosting companies will help you buy one.

the word for webhosting :   شركة سعودية رسمية لاستضافة المواقع

LET’S DO US.2! SocaFit Dance Classes

LET'S DO US.2!
Chantal Dos Santos
Chantal Dos Santos is back this year with a series of 3 SocaFit Dance Classes.

Carnival may have been canceled this year but we have one of Canada’s Cultural Ambassadors to lead us in a series of 3 SocaFit Classes!

Chantal Dee
Chantal is a multidisciplinary artist with a focus on dance. She has been active in improvisation, Contemporary dance, Afro-Caribbean, and Oriental Dance in addition to a variety of world folk dances. Chantal is recognized by the Canada Council for the Arts as a Cultural Connector and has been funded by both the Ontario Arts Council and the Canada Council to undertake choreography projects in Canada and abroad. As a teacher, her course offerings have included: Holistic Bellydance, Afro-Caribbean Dance, Dance Improvisation, Movement Meditation, Supple & Strong: Hip and Pelvic Floor Training, and SocaFit. Chantal splits her time between Canada, Barbados, and Germany. Find out more about Chantal’s work at cdsmovement.com and under her stage name ‘Jomana’ at bellydancebarbados.com

Chantal leading our Bellydance class last summer.

SocaFIT
Loosen those hips with and wake up the pelvic floor basic movements from the Caribbean carnival tradition. A Soca dance party combined with strengthening and stretching for a full-body workout guaranteed to get you hot, hot, hot! (variations are given for both low and high impact).

Sign in on May 6, 13, and 20 at 7 pm Berlin, Germany time for an hour of heart-pumping, hip-swaying sweat-inducing fun as we learn Soca dance moves.

Join one class for 10 euros or all three for 25 euros. Registration with payment is necessary to guarantee your spot. If purchasing a single class note the date with your payment. Zoom details will be sent after payment is received. Class size is limited to 50 participants.

LET’S DO US.2! Workshops

LET'S DO US.2!

When we come together, we do amazing things.

Last year our community came together. I put a call out and you answered! We ran 15 FREE workshops in May & June 2020. We laughed, we cried, we danced, we wrote, we learned to take care of our hair, organize our days, balance working from home with life, explored the entrepreneurial mindset, and more.

This year, after everything we experienced and learned last year, we have curated 4 workshops for mind, body, soul, and career. While we can’t offer these workshops for free again this year (sisters have financial obligations), we are offering value for money/time/expertise.

We hope you value this opportunity to come together, grow together and learn together from some amazing Black Women with ties to Europe.

Mark your calendar to save the dates, times, and budget the fee where noted, and be on the lookout for more information and registration to start soon.

May 6, 2021 – 7 PM BerlinSocafit Dance Class10 euros/class 25 euros/for 3 classes*
May 13, 2021 – 7 PM BerlinSocafit Dance Class10 euros/class 25 euros/for 3 classes*
May 20, 2021 – 7 PM BerlinSocafit Dance Class10 euros/class 25 euros/for 3 classes*
June 5, 2021Mental Health Group Therapy SessionTBD
TBDHow to Pitch to NetflixTBD
TBDWriting Your Life Story: The Next Best SellerTBD
LET'S DO US.2!

*Class, workshop and session fees are non-refundable.

Black Women in Europe© Business Directory

Black Women in Europe

When the pandemic hit in March, we could tell things would be rough. We couldn’t predict how long this ride would be but we decided that using our talents to help each other was the way to go. We launched two months of free workshops in the Let’s Do Us! Series: https://bit.ly/LetsDoUs

Phase two is a Business Directory of services and products created and provided by black women across Europe. Let’s Do Us! by patronizing each other as we continue to support each other during uncertain times and beyond. Paying things forward, I made all of the inaugural listings free for life. https://bit.ly/BWIEDirectory

Check out and support our sisters: Scratch of Sweden – Marie HoustonLocal Purse – Lola Akinmade ÅkerströmCore Radiance Stockholm – Zuzy PrettyElectric Sea Fairy – Klydie ThomasLiving A Global Lifestyle – Lisa R. MitchellKathy Thompson – Kroppsvård – Kathy ThompsonSisay Cosmetics – Janine Van ThrooCDS Movement CollectiveYema Ferreira; Bea Kabutakapua; Lola Atobateles Black Chibis Dolls, Trina Roach, Still Creating Tomorrow; Aysha Jones‘ Kombeh; and Lawd Hammercy‘s The L31.
#BusinessDirectory #Entrepreneurs #BlackWomen #Europe

2020 Power List: Black Women in Europe©; blog releases 11th “list of our own”

2020 Power List

The Black Women in Europe™ blog, created in 2006 by Adrianne George, released its 11th Black Women in Europe™: Power List 2020  – A List of Our Own©. This 11th  year we feature 9, and give special recognition to 11 women who provided 14 workshops and performances in our Let’s Do Us! Series to mitigate pandemic lockdown anxiety. The awardees are in the following categories: Activism, Arts, Entrepreneurship, Fashion,  Media, and STEM.

2020 has been anything but normal, George concedes.But black women across Europe continued to do amazing things, including coming together to help each other deal with the repercussions of a global pandemic in our Let’s Do Us! Workshop series”.

In 2010 the Black Women in Europe™ Blog released its first Power List naming 58 women across Europe in 6 categories. Over the last 11 years, a total of 182 women have been included on the Black Women in Europe™: Power List  – A List of Our Own©. It was the first and remains the only one of its kind that celebrates the achievement of black women across Europe. This year marks the first time that two women have been named in two different years.

The previous lists combined have received well over 341,384 views on Slideshare and are presented in alphabetical order. They are intended to acknowledge powerful black women in Europe and to inspire others to reach their full potential. The lists do not aim to assess rank but rather to showcase influential women who, in some cases are well known and in others, are women who should be known.

This is the 7th year the list contains a call to action to join the Black Women in Europe™ Kiva Lending Team. It is the 5th year that the Power List is dedicated to Derek McCullough, former List creative director, who died in 2015.