If your web hosting is not reliable, it’s detrimental.
Web hosting is “renting space on the internet”. All websites require hosting in order to be visible on the internet. We take hosting extremely seriously and approach it as if it were the heartbeat of your business.
Our servers are all linux based and are hosted out of data centers protected by armed guards, and monitored 24 hours a day 7 days a week, and only accessible by us.
We do not offer cheap hosting, where your site is hosted along with 2,000 others, making you vulnerable to the weakest link on the server. We have multiple dedicated servers that are ours and ours alone, and we backup all of our websites every single day and catalog them for a minimum of 30 days off-site.
Our Hosting service includes:
- A Home for your website
- Email Accounts with SPAM Control
- Website Statistics (You can even see what people typed into Google to find you)
- 24/7 Monitoring
- Linux Operating Systems
- Top Quality Server Hardware
- Solid State Harddrives (Ridiculously fast)
We also offer plans that add website management, maintenance and updates to your site for one low monthly price. We basically take full responsibility for your website’s well being. If there’s a problem, there’s no blame game between your website designers and your host. It’s all us, and we respond immediately.
Our service is reliable, accurate and extremely high-response. If you need a solid web host, or are unhappy with your current website hosting service, please Contact us as soon as possible for a free evaluation and proposal.
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