Economy- One of the most overlooked aspects of CS:GO lies in the economy. Your money is not your own. In order to play effectively, a team must coordinate and buy together. If it is round three and you have an AWP while everyone else has a p250 and a flashbang, something is wrong. Communicate with your team and try to make sure everyone can get a decent loadout. If the entirety of your team cannot have some respectable buy, the team should sacrifice a round and save so as to give a decent chance at regaining round momentum the next round. In selecting your own gear, take care to always buy armor and a kit if you happen to be on CT. These will increase your survivability and give you a much better chance at winning the round. When purchasing weapons, be careful to buy only what you will use. If you don’t expect to live long, if you are playing entry fragger, don’t purchase as many grenades as you can carry. You will waste your money and regret it when you can’t buy that pretty AK you had your eyes on. 

Aim- The most valuable trait in Counterstrike is aim. If you can’t hit your target, you can’t get the kill. There is no substitute for long hours of practice, but there are a few essentials that can help anyone fresh to CS:GO. Recoil compensation is easily the most overlooked skill yet one of the most influential. The ability to keep consecutive shots on target is invaluable, and without it you won’t get far. Every weapon in Counterstrike has its own unique recoil pattern that can be learned and predicted within a reasonable degree of accuracy. As a general rule of thumb, most guns kick up and to the left. In order to counteract this, the player must pull the mouse downward, and to the right. This can be visualized as an upside down 7. This is a great tool to start, but there is no alternative to spending time learning the nuances of each weapon. Another tool in the CS toolbox is pre-firing. With experience and gamesense, the player will eventually get an intuition as to where players are likely to be. The ability to predict the location of an enemy can allow you to quickly peek them, take a deadly shot, and retreat before the enemy can react. While playing, take note of common positions so that you can rehearse peeking them in a private match. 

Grenades- When the enemy is properly entrenched, even the most prolific player will have a difficult time securing an area. The proper use of grenades can offset this advantage and provide an opportunity to efficiently kill the enemy while sustaining minimal damage. Flashbangs are best used when entering an area that is being watched carefully. When using them, care must be taken that you are not looking at them yourself, or you will fall victim to the effects leaving you blind and vulnerable. For maximum effect, the flashbang should have as little exposure to the enemy before detonation as possible. This will give them less time to look away to preserve their vision. Fragmentation grenades are relatively straight forward, dealing significant damage to anyone caught within a small range around the point of detonation. They are best used to flush out entrenched enemies and can also be used to temporarily obscure the enemies’ vision. Smoke grenades can be used to obscure the enemies’ vision for an extended period of time. This can be used to stop a push, allow you to advance on a closely observed position, or even put out fires. Incendiary grenades are awesome area denial tools. They can prevent anyone from passing through a choke point for an extended period of time, buying your team valuable time to rotate. Incendiary grenades can also be used similarly to Fragmentation grenades, but care must be taken to not throw them into smoke as the smoke will instantly smother the flames. Lastly, decoy grenades simulate the sound of gunfire from your primary weapon. After their lifetime has expired, they will terminate with a small explosion. Decoys can be used to mask your true position, as well as cover the sound of footsteps. 

To sum it all up, CS GO is one of the best first person shooting games in the planet. The graphics, sounds and the actual game play itself is super awesome. Another cool feature of CS GO is that it allows you to do some customization buy buying skins in websites like and other more.


When you build your website first thing that comes to mind is how will it be accesses , by choosing a suitable webhosting company or service provider we can rest assured that our website will have 24/7 access available.

There are many points you have to take care before hosting your website, before selecting on the web hosting company, you need to check some reviews. I personally recommend They have some of the best reviews when it comes to hosting services. So here are some of the few things you can consider are: What should be the disk space (also consider options if you will upgrade in future)? What should be the bandwidth required? How much of traffic do you expect? Does it require E commerce facility? Service support required? How much is your Budget? Minimum Uptime required for your website? (It could be 24/7 or less than that) Now when you have finally decided on all the aspects and started with hosting your site you can come across a term called Unlimited bandwidth for Web hosting now let’s see what does it really mean.

Unlimited bandwidth for Web hosting Bandwidths in normal terms refer to the traffic allowed or data transferred between your website and rest of internet. Bandwidth provided by the hosting company is determined by their network connections which is internal to data centre and external to public usage. Having unlimited bandwidth is like unlimited usage and data transfer on your website no extra charges for bandwidth usage. But before signing for any package you need to read the term of service or the agreement copy of the hosting service provider very clearly and in detail.

Mostly these companies disallow hosting of backup file or video files. For a non technical person if he gets the offer stating unlimited bandwidth package he will definitely fall for it but before taking that package understand your requirements , we need to understand how much of bandwidth is enough. It depends mostly on usage of your website does it allows only browsing or does it also allows data downloading facility, you need to understand the uptime and downtime required for the website. Usually they offer bandwidth in terms of Gigabyte (GB) per month. So select your bandwidth plan according to the usage and traffic expected.

The web hosting companies know this very well that many of these websites does not need high bandwidth in fact there will be very few websites which have high volume of traffic and data transfer been done. So for marketing strategy they use this tag as unlimited bandwidth web hosting even if they advertise they will have many restrictions put in for allowing your website to be unlimited. Instead of falling to false claims be alert and understand the billing pattern clearly.

For example they may list out few restrictions like they will restrict the usage of certain file type which takes more data space like Mp3, Zip, tar etc, or they may restrict the size of the file which we want to upload. Usually for a static website like if you are not allowing music or video downloading it does not require more than 1GB of bandwidth. So don’t fall for false promises made by these companies before selecting the bandwidth look for various options available based on your requirement.

Penny Auctions have been getting a lot of attention in recent years. The premise of the Penny Auction is pretty simple. An item that would typically sell for hundreds if not thousands of dollars more is put up for auction for an extremely low starting bid. Bidders gather around for the chance to get the item for a bargain. The final price for the item is kept low due to a unique quirk of Penny Auctions. Every time you place a bid you are charged a small fee, usually a penny, which is often non-refundable. While this might seem innocent enough, note that this is the tip of the iceberg. The ugly side of Penny Auction Sites is that you might not be saving much of your money after all.

Penny Auction websites use a well-known medium to make a lot of money. Auctions are simple, fast, and incredibly addictive for the bidders. The thrill of getting an item for a “bargain” often dictates the bidder’s actions more than rational thinking. Traditional auctions make money one of two ways. Either by obtaining the items on a steep discount and selling them under the retail value or in the vague hope that a bidder will bid significantly more than the retail value. Online Penny Auctions are a little different, but work similarly to the second scenario. Thanks to the fee collected from each bid the auctioneer stands to make a considerable profit even if the Final Selling Price of an item is nowhere near Retail Value.

Let’s use an example to illustrate this point. Say that the auctioneer is selling an item that retails for $100 at a Penny Auction. The starting bid is just a penny with each of the bidders paying a fee of a penny along with their pledged bid if they win the auction. This auction ends with a winning bid of $63. At face value it appears as though the auctioneer lost $37 on the auction. This is not the case. Though the winner paid just $63 and a penny if that was their first bid there were also 6,300 other bidders. Each of these bidders paid the penny fee when they bid. Even though they did not win the item this fee must be paid. So the auctioneer gets the $63 and one penny from the winning bidder along with the fees from every other bidder. In all the auction grossed a little over $126. The auctioneer actually made a profit on this auction even though the winning bidder obtained the item for less than Retail Price.

That’s not all. Many Penny Auction sites charge additional fees on top of the bidding and winning fee. Some require you to pay a monthly fee or access charge even before you begin bidding. Others will charge you a ” Transaction Fee ” or other fees that you might not be aware of until bidding is over. Then some bidders take advantage of legitimate Penny Auctions for their profit. These bidders, commonly known as snipers, wait until the last minute to bump up the price of an auction in an attempt to confuse legitimate bidders or help the auction owner obtain more money. Sometimes the winning bid will be from the auction owner themselves or a friend of the auctioneer who gives them raving reviews to increase their credibility before an actual scam happens. You must err on the side of caution and use your instincts when participating in a Penny Auction. It could be the difference between finding a bargain and falling for an extremely expensive scam.


Choosing a web host can be a confusing decision; how do you find the right host for you? Here are the questions to ask about hosting. “Do you own your servers?” Many web hosting companies do not run their own servers, instead of serving as resellers for other companies. While many resellers provide fine service, if a hardware problem does arise, a reseller may have to pass your complaint along to the server company, rather than help you directly. You’ll also want to know how many other customers are being hosted on those same servers; an overloaded server means slow service for your website users. And if you have certain scripts or tools you need to use, be sure that the company can provide a compatible server.

What are the bandwidth and disk space limits? One of the most important questions to ask about hosting, you should know how much space and bandwidth a plan will provide, and what happens if you go over those limits. A cheap plan with stringy limits could end up costing a lot in downtime, or excessive over-limit fees! It’s best to look for a plan that offers a bit more space and bandwidth than you’ve estimated you’ll need to avoid problems down the line.

What is the level of support offered? Some companies will provide extensive help in setting up your website, while other hosts assume you will have your own dedicated technical staff. You can check out the company’s online help system before you buy. Is support available 24/7? By phone, email, or chat? Pay attention to how the company answers your questions about their hosting: if you’re having trouble getting prompt answers from them now, you may find yourself frustrated when problems arise. Many hosts will provide a variety of scripts and tools for a basic website, but be sure to ask if you expect them to provide richer features, like e-commerce solutions. On the other hand, if you know you won’t need all the bells and whistles, you may be able to make do with a plainer, more affordable hosting plan.

What is the company’s plan to deal with server failure? A crashed server could cost you in lost revenue during downtime or even worse, lost data, so it’s well worth ensuring your host is prepared for an emergency. If a company insists that their servers never crash, beware! Find out if the company includes regular backups of your site as part of the hosting package. To avoid downtime, there should also be a redundant system in place in case of server failure. Asking the right questions about hosting now will help you keep your site running smoothly in the future!