“No thanks, I don’t want more money,” said no one, ever. Earlier, we wrote a how-to guide about all the lucrative reasons to get into the hosting business and the first 5 steps to getting started. But now that your business is up and running, how do you increase your hosting revenue?
It’s one of those things that’s so simple, you wonder why everyone isn’t doing it. Starting your own hosting business is cheap, easy, and safe, considering that every company (and plenty of individuals) need their own websites. But why bother starting your own hosting business when your plate is already full? Here are some reasons:
There are many reasons why you might want to use a VPS. They offer decent cost savings on hardware and system resources. You have access to guaranteed, burstable RAM and CPU. They’re reliable, flexible, and easy to administrate.
You probably know at least a little bit about search engine optimization. It is difficult not to in this day and age – everywhere you turn, there are pieces about how best to optimize your website for a better rank on Google’s SERP. Everywhere you look, there’s talk of keywords and analytics.
Dowling’s Expertise to Support Focus on Building a Creator Community LANSING, Mich.– July 25, 2017 – Liquid Web, Inc. (www.liquidweb.com), a $100 million managed hosting provider focused on web-dependent professionals, announced today the hiring of Colin Dowling as VP of Channel Sales and Partner Solutions. Dowling brings hosting experience to his new role, joining Liquid […]
Creative agencies have a lot to gain from running a reseller program, especially smaller ones. Many of their clients are still relatively new to the web and will be looking for a hosting solution in addition to a design firm. By becoming a reseller host, they can provide clients with both – they make life […]
If your design agency works online in any capacity, then there is a good chance that you have had at least a few clients come to you with questions about web hosting options. After all, now that you have designed something for them, they need a place to host it, right? There is an equally […]
Not every criminal is interested in stealing corporate secrets or downloading financial information. There are some who have little interest in navigating their way through the countless security walls put up by most businesses. They have found a much easier way to turn a profit -ransomware.
At least one mobile device in every major organization is infected with mobile malware.