COVID-19 cases continue to increase across the world and we are doing our part to help to prevent the spread. We activated our business continuity plan for workspace related issues that allows staff to work remotely. The measure will make it possible for customers and partners to use our services online without interruptions. Our network is designed with availability and resiliency in mind with a powerful infrastructure that operates 24/7 requiring no manual intervention.
Businesses can no longer reach their full potential if they don’t have a good website. Websites are vital. They expand your brand by increasing its online presence, they help establish your brand’s credibility, and, depending on how you set them up, they can earn money for you while you sleep. It’s no wonder there are millions of new websites every year. And millions of websites mean millions of people who need web hosting, so they can store those websites.
Every business needs a website. And every website needs web hosting. It’s easy to get caught up in the more exciting aspects of creating a website – branding, design, copy – and forget to give much thought to where you’re going to store it. But, as many unhappy website owners will tell you, that would be a mistake.
The tech industry is one of the few recession-proof industries in existence. And the good news is that if you get good at reselling web hosting, you can break into it even if you don’t have much technical knowledge! The bars for entry into the world of unlimited domain reselling are very low, but most people don’t get past the first hurdle: learning all the new jargon.
Your business needs a website, which means it also needs web hosting. And as a business owner, you like making sure that if you’re going to be spending your money, you’ll be getting great value in return. The problem is that web hosting is new territory, and you probably don’t know enough about it to make an educated decision. We understand. It can be pretty overwhelming to wade through all this new information at once.
Having multiple domains is very common. In fact, web hosting providers encourage it, because it makes as much sense as it is necessary. There are several factors that will dictate why you may need to have multiple domains on a shared hosting and how to add those domains, but first, let’s cover some basic information, like what is shared hosting, a domain and why you may want to consider hosting several domain names.
You may have heard about or told you need to get SSL Certificates for your website. That may have led to questions about what it is and if it’s really that big of a deal. It is actually a big deal and so we’ve compiled seven reasons why you need SSL Certificates. But before we jump into that, here is a summary of the who, what, when, where, why and how of SSL Certificates.
Regardless of the type of industry you are in, a website is essential in boosting the reach and revenue of your business. But, it’s more than just having a website. You will have to put measures in place to ensure that it stays online and is accessible to your customers. This is the same kind of effort used to keep your brick and mortar offices open. However, with a website the idea is to have it open to the public at all times. Unfortunately, there are a number of factors can result in website downtime. It’s like you’ve put a ‘closed’ sign on your door that should be open 24/7.
By now, you know how important having a website is. After all, that’s why you are now looking for the best resources and web hosting plans to make it a success. However, all hosting plans offer different amounts of resources. Figuring out which web hosting plan to choose can be quite daunting when you are just getting started online. How do you know which hosting package is right for your specific website’s needs? What aspects of hosting are most important to help you run an efficient and successful website? You’ll also find yourself asking questions like how much RAM do I need or how much bandwidth is enough.