Once your website is designed you’ll need hosting (space on the internet) to actually publish your web so that it can be seen. We can host your website for you at competitive rates and, in doing so, make your life easier by having just one company to deal with regarding your website.
We can also set you up your very own email server to help make your business look more professional with your custom domain. (eg: firstname.lastname@example.org).
WEBSITE MAINTENANCE SERVICES
We are able to help with all ongoing website maintenance services, from adding a blog story onto your website, through to adding brand new features. Unlike other website agencies, we only charge for the time taken and don’t have a minimum charge for work.
We also can work with most content managements systems such as WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, Expression Engine, Silverstripe and many more.
If you’re looking for a website you’ll need a domain name for your site for example www.yourcompany.co.uk.
We can help you choose a suitable name bearing in mind that it should be: memorable, easy to type and ideally contain some of the keywords that you want to be found under in search engines.
Contact us today and we can help you manage your domain(s).
As part of its desire for a more secure web, Google is supporting and encouraging the use of HTTPS (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure) with the introduction of more benefits for sites that have this security feature.
SSL (or Secure Socket Layer to give it its full title) is basically a security protocol which creates an encrypted connection between your website and your visitors’ browser, allowing private information to be transferred securely. By using this encrypted connection, other computers cannot understand the code, so personal information cannot be stolen if the communication is intercepted.
Also, as has been known for a little while, Google uses SSL certificates as one of their ranking factors, so having a secure site may also give you the edge over your competitors on search engine results pages (SERPs).