To a business owner, website hosting can seem like any other utility service. Your office needs electricity, heating and cooling, a water supply, website hosting… It’s just another line item on the monthly expense sheet.
But there’s a huge difference. As the coronavirus pandemic has shown, your office can be shut tight — lights out, thermostat set at 55, no running water — and you can stay in business indefinitely. But if your web service goes down for as little as 24 hours, the effect on your business could be catastrophic.
Even if your website is merely slow, or you experience occasional downtime, or a hacker exploits a security vulnerability you didn’t know about, your business is at a serious disadvantage.
Don’t risk it. Not when website speed, reliability and security can all be addressed at the hosting level. What’s more, you don’t need to be an IT pro to choose the best hosting service for your business.
Jason Bach of ADMDS, as an expert in WordPress website design, hosting, and visibility, will guide you step-by-step through the different types of hosting, and show you how to tell if your hosting isn’t supporting your website properly.