Reliable web hosts aren’t as easy to find as we might imagine There is considerable competition out there with an increasing amount of web hosts, and resellers who all claim to give the consumer upwards of good uptime,but how can we get reliable host?
For any website, reliable web hosting is incredibly important. It can mean the difference between a frequently returning visitor and one who doesn’t bother at all.
Pages often returned as not available can also impact our rating with today’s ultra clever search engines who are also in a race of their own to beat their own competition after all, a customer returns to good service.
Consumers are more demanding and won’t keep coming back to a website that offers less than perfect service. Whole businesses have been lost because of the same thing, and it’s this sort of problem which needs addressing the moment we realize we have it.
It’s very important unless we have a website we aren’t too concerned about people seeing,today’s new search engine methods mean that reports are made each time a URL is inaccessible and this can lead to a drop in search engine rankings after so long.
Running a business through our website though makes it critical to have a reliable webhost. We need at least 99.9% uptime, this may seem excessive to us, but in today’s modern technology it is perfectly possible to find web hosting businesses that can manage and in some cases even enhanced this percentage.
There are free tools now on the internet which help us monitor up and downtime, and these are becoming more and more popular in the race to be top of the search engines.
More and more people are accepting the importance of server uptime, and these tools can become an invaluable resource if our webhost isn’t communicating too well with us.
If we are with a decent webhost then the likelihood is, we’ll either receive an email advising us of planned downtime, or there will be a portal on the webhosts website advising of any problems.
Webhosts who hide sort of information do so for a reason, and that is because hosting companies frightened we’ll go elsewhere.