We are committed to protecting and securing all client data, through the use of firewalls, regular backups, and additional security measures in place at physical facilities we utilize to protect against data loss, misuse, or alteration of your information. We have a 99.9% uptime for our servers.
|Web Application Support (PHP)|
|Private SSL Supported|
|Dedicated IP Add-on*||not available||$6.00||$6.00||$6.00|
|Dedicated IP/SSL Add-on*||not available||$8.00||$8.00||$8.00|
*Monthly prices displayed, however, subscriptions are billed annually.
**Website backups take an image of the web server every 24 hours and kept for 4 days. This back up service is only for catastrophic failure of the server. If you require a restore of your individual account, please contact us (a backup recovery fee will apply)
Email Service: Hosted email accounts can be purchased through a third party provider. We can assist with the initial setup of the email service provider.
VPS Smart Servers
Includes all of the features listed in the hosting packages above, but with the power of your own smart server. These servers are designed for high traffic server intensive website applications and websites.
|Dedicated IP Add-on (each)||$5.00||$5.00||$5.00|
|Dedicated IP/SSL Add-on (each)||$8.00||$8.00||$8.00|
Smartserver back ups are available for an extra fee per month depending on the amount of space and number of days you want to backup.
The domain is the website address to your website. Coming up with a domain name can be a bit tricky and requires creative ideas. When considering a domain name for registration keep the following in mind:
Short and Easy to remember and spell.
You might even consider registering incorrect spellings of the website address. Long names are hard to remember and most people misspell them. The average person is not a great speller. Don't use special spellings as the main domain name.
Avoid Numbers and Hyphen.
Users might not remember a hyphen in a name or number when they hear of it from an advertisement or word of mouth.
Choose a .com.
Most people typically assume .com when typing in an address.
Make sure your domain name is relevant and unique.
A relevant domain name not only describes your product or service, but also helps in your search engine ranking.
Make sure the domain name you choose does not give the impression that your website is something else than what it is.
Avoid Trademark Issues
Avoiding trademark issues is important if you plan to market your domain name. These include such things as misspellings, brand names, and abbreviations.
- Avoid using "s" at the end. If you have a name that ends in "s" you might consider also registering the non-plural spelling of it. You wouldn't want your competition to capture some of your visitors.
Please contact us for information on how to register.