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  • What is Web Hosting?

    The service of keeping data that keeps websites up and operating for users is known as web hosting. Every website has a host server, and almost all of them utilise a web host to handle their storage. However, not all web servers offer the same level of service. The best indicators of a host's success are uptime, data speed, and transfer volume. You can frequently pay more to have data sent in larger volumes and at a faster rate. Most web hosts provide limitless bandwidth and storage space at a speed suitable for small to medium-sized organisations or individuals. Companies with resource-intensive websites may need to look for a more advanced web host.

  • What is shared web hosting?

    A shared web hosting service is a contract in which each user receives a piece of the total available resources. Multiple domains are hosted on the same server, which means the server's capabilities are shared among them. This means that these websites will not perform as well as a website hosted on a dedicated server that devotes all of its resources to a single website. If numerous websites on the same server receive requests at the same time, the server will only be able to transport a limited amount of data at once.

  • Can I migrate all email messages in one migration?

    Yes, you can choose a custom start date to specify the entire period on your source account. If you have many years or multiple gigabytes of data, we don't recommend migrating all email messages in a single migration. It takes a long time to complete a migration of this size. For details on custom start dates, go to Exclude old email messages or calendar events.

  • What is Google My Business and what do I get with it?

    Google My Business is a free service that lets you promote your company's profile and website on Google Search and Maps. You can see and communicate with your customers via your Google My Business account, edit your Business Profile, and see how people interact with your business on Google.

  • What are benefits of shared hosting?

    The most obvious advantage of shared hosting is the extremely low cost of most shared hosting accounts. In fact, some shared hosting plans start at just $3 per month, which is a steal when you consider the quantity of server resources each hosting account gets.

    Because a shared web server may host hundreds of sites at the same time, it becomes a highly profitable arrangement for both the hosting business and the hosting account holder. If you're on a tight monthly budget, you might want to look into shared web hosting for your next internet project.

  • What is SSL security?

    Secure Sockets Layer is an acronym for Secure Sockets Layer. This is a standard protocol for securely transmitting data over the internet. This protocol establishes a secure connection between two machines connected to the Internet or on the same internal network. Given the inherent instability of the Internet, it is a very useful tool for web browsers that need to connect securely to a web server. SSL normally works and establishes a secure connection with little or no input from the person who is really viewing the website.

  • What is Google Ads?

    Google Ads (formerly Google AdWords and Google AdWords Express) is an online advertising solution that businesses use to promote their products and services on Google Search, YouTube and other sites across the web. Google Ads also allows advertisers to choose specific goals for their ads, like driving phone calls or website visits.

  • How does Google Ads work?

    Google Ads works by displaying your ad when people search online for the products and services you offer. By leveraging smart technology, Google Ads helps get your ads in front of potential customers at just the moment they’re ready to take action.

    • You start by selecting your goal, like getting more visitors to your website or more phone calls to your business.
    • Next you select the geographic area where your ad should be shown. It can be a small radius around your business or much broader, like cities, counties or entire countries.
    • Finally, you’ll craft your ad and set your monthly budget cap.

    Once your ad is approved, it can appear whenever users in your target area search for a product or service like yours. You only pay when users engage with your ad, like clicking your ad or calling your business.

  • What is CPC (Cost Per Click) or PPC (Pay Per Click) Advertising?

    CPC (Cost Per Click) or PPC (Pay Per Click) means you only pay for an ad if someone clicks on it.

    Other advertising models include:

    • Cost Per Impression, where you pay based on how many times your ad was shown (not clicked)
    • Cost Per Engagement, where you pay when a user completes a predefined engagement (like watching your video ad)

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