Web Hosting + Domain Guidance

Domains, hosts, registrars, CMSs, CDNs, VPNs… are your eyes glazing over yet?

Due to the complexities in the way website hosting is marketed and sold, you're not alone. It's one thing to overpay for services, but we've also heard from countless clients who signed up for a low annual rate from a "big name" web host, only to endure slow, unreliable web and email services, security scares, and extra headaches overall, reminding us once again that we get what we pay for.

Unlike the tech giants who make your computer and smartphone, when it comes to web hosting, the brands you've heard of are often subpar

Generic web hosting
No. Just no.

People can be excused for going with a known brand when choosing a web host. Maybe you saw their TV commercial, or you started getting their flyers after registering your business. After all, it's a daunting task for most people who don't self-identify as "techies" to sort out what's unworthy of your time from what's legit. But sooner or later, you'll be faced with a problem and the available "support" chat just isn't going to cut it.

You don't make eating choices in the same "heard of 'em" fashion. Don't host your site with the Denny's or the Arby's of hosting — sooner or later, it won't end well.

You don't have to spend a bundle for great uptime and top-notch security. We provide sensible, managed WordPress web hosting.

Schedule a call with us if you're concerned you:

  • Need to compete when it comes to search engine visibility / SEO
  • Overpay for the services your actually need
  • Paid what initially appears to be a reasonable fee but are finding that services, performance, and support are lacking

Further reading: EIG and its silent takeovers of dozens of smaller hosts

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Security is of paramount concern when hosting any online service, thus, we offer automated WordPress core updates, plugin updates, regular backups, and other security measures to ensure your domains and digital properties are protected using industry standard protocols.