I'm slowly learning that it makes sense to ask questions. It's taken 40 years, but I'm getting there. For example, I've found that it pays to ask your boss "Hey, do you mind if I take the day off?" instead of just not going in and spending the day watching Spongebob Squarepants in your pajamas. And I learned that after only three jobs.
Another place it pays to ask questions? Finding out about web hosting sites. Web hosting is serious business -- as I've learned from other people, people who set up their sites on inferior web hosts and had nothing but troubles from them. You set up a website, you want it to work and you want it to work good -- but you don't want to pay through the nose for it, and who's got time to search through the probably-billions of web hosts out there and find out which ones are cheap & reliable?
WebHostingChoice, that's who. You don't have time to dig into the details of all the web hosts that can be found (there's Spongebobs to watch, after all) but they do, and they do because it's their business.
So if you browse around there, like I do, you'll find first a page that lists their Top 10 Web Hosting Sites, giving you right up front critical information, like the price and how much disk space they'll give you... so that you can find out the number 1 choice is almost free and has unlimited space. Then click on the review link for more information, and in minutes, even seconds, you're making an informed choice. It's an easy-to-use site that gives the information up in a helpful way, and deserves to be bookmarked even after you find your web host because it's got a FAQ section and all kinds of articles and information that'll be helpful in teaching you all about this whole "Internet Thing."
And it'll take you less time than it took to read this post -- which means, with all that extra time, it's back to Spongebob.