The sudden arrival of the recent Coronavirus pandemic has brought our usual way of life to an unexpected stop; social distancing has been implemented by governments worldwide and the majority of local public facilities and businesses everywhere have been forced to close to protect the health of the population. This sudden disturbance to the status quo will pose numerous obstacles for businesses in every sector in the coming months, and with human interaction so heavily reduced for an unforeseeable amount of time, businesses will need to adapt to the new conditions imposed in order to continue and thrive in such a limited new landscape.
I think it’s fair to say that we are living in unprecedented times of change. With the rapid development of the COVID-19 pandemic affecting a huge number of the world’s population, societies around the globe have had their way of life interrupted and in some cases ground to an unexpected halt. Governments worldwide have reacted in the best interest of their citizens and have ordered work to stop, businesses to close and requested that people to stay at home in order to remain healthy and protect the wider community from the expansion of this severe illness.
Not all relationships are built to last and sometimes a change can do you the world of good.
Your relationship with your web host might be in need of a clean sweep when you ask: “Do I need to move hosting?”
Perhaps you are not getting the level of customer service you need or haven’t noticed a significant-enough uptake of business since your ‘bells-and-whistles’ site was launched.
Maybe you don’t have enough space or bandwidth through your host. Or your website is running slow due to a shared server being overloaded or a web host oversharing its resources. Maybe your live development time is too slow.
Did you know that 53% of buyers are more likely to buy from a business they can message (Facebook Nielsen Report, 2016)?
However, providing a live-chat marketing and support service is costly, time-consuming and often leaves prospective clients frustrated. With AI, there’s a better solution.
Do you own a business in South Africa?
If you answered yes, then it is essential for you to have a website.
According to Vendasta, low-revenue small businesses (that earn less than $1 million/year) are 30% less likely to have a website than higher-revenue companies.
Having a website is essential for your company and its growth.
There are many different ways to create a website, but hosting is one of the best because it allows full creative control, and it will be easily accessed by all internet users.
With that being said, there are various different types of web hosting.
Finding the ideal web host for your business is not easy. Keep reading to learn more about the different types of web hosting in South Africa in detail to make the perfect choice.
As a web designer, you want to find extra streams of income to be able to handle the slow seasons of business.
Getting a reseller web host account allows you to expand your business, diversify your income, and offer a complete web solution to your clients.
There are countless web hosts with reseller programs. How can you choose the best reseller web hosting plan for your web design company?
Keep reading to find out.