Choosing your domain name is one of the most consequential decisions you’ll be making. Your website and its accompanying domain name (a.k.a. URL or web address) represent your brand, and you’ll be broadcasting.
Starting your own business is never an easy task, and growing it can be even harder. You’ll often find that your to-do list is never ending, and with the task list piling up it can be tempting
We’ve decided that our website was due a facelift so we’ve completely redesigned the website from the ground up. All websites should be great to look at and ours is no exception.
When starting a business, in most cases you’ll also launch your own website to sell your products, promote your services, or grow your business. As anyone running a business knows, creating your website is just the first step towards success. So you may be asking yourself – what’s next?
You’ve finally decided on a hosting provider to host your website with, but things haven’t ended up how you thought they would. Maybe you’ve found that the service isn’t up to scratch.
If you want to launch a website, open an online store, or start a blog, then you’ve probably already realised that you’re going to need web hosting. You may have even checked out a few hosting companies to plan out your budgeting.