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Is your website up?

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Website hosting is the term used for the servers that look after you website. But should you be concerned about your website hosting? Just think about it, when was the last time that you checked that your website was up? A lot of us take it for granted that because we pay a hosting company to host our website that it will always be up. Sadly though quite a few hosting companies are not always up and you might not always be told about it. But, if you don't know about it should you be bothered? mccit hosting pic

Think of it this way: if you had a store/shop in the town center would you care if it was closed? Well, if it was closed you wouldn't be making any money so it is in your interest to ensure that the shop is open. it is the same with your website. if your website is not up when a potential customer makes their first visit then it is highly unlikely that they will return. "Oh, but i don't sell anything on my site" I hear you say, but the point is that if people can't get to your site they won't even know that you exist.

If you are looking for a UK hosting company that offers 99.99% uptime and delivers website around 20% faster than your average hositing company then we need to talk.

Checkout our website hosting terms and conditions here: T's and C's

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Call me today to disscuss this further.

 

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