Your website is the face of your business. It is the first impression, the welcome and the customer service of your business/blog. There are a lot of hosting companies out there, some will offer you a $3 a month shared hosting plan while others charge up to $150 a month. Picking a host is just as important as the information you put on your website. If your website is slow or unresponsive, your customers will leave.

Whats the difference in plans?
The difference is dependent on 2 things, the cheaper plans are usually on shared servers meaning you’re sharing your website resources with another website you don’t know. The mid to high price plans are usually on dedicated servers. This means you and you alone are on this server so all the resources and connections are to you only.

Which one is best for me?
Some customers come to us and say “I’m paying $3 a month now, why would I pay $20?”. This is a valid question and our response is generally, “are you happy with the current performance of your website?”. The response back 90% of the time is no. This is why if your website makes you money every month, you need to give it the love and care it deserves to continue that money coming in.

Our basic packages you see on our website are generic and wont necessarily fit everyone but we always work with the customer first before taking any money. In most cases, most bloggers who make money from ads or affiliate links prefer our $20 a month plan as it helps them with conversion and stability. We always help with bringing over your current site to our system before making any changes to your DNS so you can transfer, make tweaks and view your website before it goes live on our system. Our eCommerce customers love our system because of the monthly support. The monthly support can range from adding a feature to your site you just can’t get right to full on updates to pages. From selling your custom made gift baskets to real estate agents selling homes, we work with them all.

When you’re in the market for a web hosting provider ask yourself, if this website goes down, how much money am I losing? If it’s more than you can handle, give us a call and we’ll make sure you don’t have any issues.