Web Hosting for Small Businesses

One of the problems facing small businesses today is that they can't find quality web hosting. Sure, quality web hosting is out there, but it's typically more expensive than most small businesses can afford, and generally out of the reach of anyone but large companies. While this has been a long standing issue, we're tying to create a solution by offering web hosting to small businesses that is both high quality and affordable.

How can we do this? Well, it's pretty simple. To start, we minimize various costs that drive up the price of small business web hosting so that we can offer something to our clients and customers that is just as good as what the more expensive guys have, but a lot cheaper. Also, we really try to work on our vendor partnerships to ensure that we're getting the best quality servers at the lowest prices, and then we can pass that savings onto our customers. In the past, we've partnered with sites like Bluehost, HostGator, and WebHostingBuddy.com to provide you with the best hosting options and plans available.

We know that we're not the only "game in town" when it comes to web hosting for small businesses, but we thing that we really have something good to offer and a unique proposition that other people don't have. We're not selling to enterprise-class businesses, so we can focus on our prices, service, and getting things right the first time.

If you're interested in small business hosting options, take a moment and reach out to us and we'll see what kind of thigns we can accomplish together. We think that you'll be pleasantly surprised!

Load Testing Small Business Websites

In addition to web hosting for small businesses, you also want to make sure that your web server can handle the appropraite amount of load from your visitors. How do you do this? Well, the bestway is to run a load test where your web server is "flooded" with a specific amount of visitors, and these visitors can either slow down your website, crash it, or not affect it.

Depending upon how your site reacts to these virtual visitors, you'll know what needs to be done with respect to fine-tuning the site. If the virtual visitors break the site or slow it down, you'll know that you need to add some capacity to your server. If nothing noticeable happens but page load times decrease a bit, you'll still need to add some capacity to your server.