Anyone in the hosting business knows that websites go down. Sure, there are ways to keep them from going down for the end user, but just one wrong line of code or a power outage can make your system dead. Here are some tips to handle it right:
While Google doesn't currently put priority page speed as a factor for ranking, they agree that speed is a huge benefit to users. After watching the video below of what Matt Cutts of Google says, I'll share a few points I've found in website management.
Your business website profits depends on a reliable infrastructure, including a fast performing domain name services (DNS). Unfortunately for most business websites, DNS is their biggest point of failure.
Many popular business websites struggle with shared hosting, or worse inadequate in-house hosting. With all the different plans available choosing a virtual private server (VPS) can be difficult unless you know how. Here's a guide for selecting the right virtual private hosting for you.
Have you outgrown your existing hosting provider or want to move your website to another server? This article is for anyone who might want to risk moving it on their own. Here is an overview of the process plus common mistakes to avoid when moving a business website from one server to another.