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Website Builder: Professionally Designed Websites
By: Mark Gerrard
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    Website Builder: Professionally Designed Websites - A website business...

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    A website business couldn’t be successful unless the computers that are storing those files (hosting) are functioning 99% of the time. If those computers are down, that means that potential customers may not be able to reach your website and will look at another to get what they want.

    Another important aspect is network status availability. This is related to high uptime. What network status availability means to you, the website business owner is that the network that connects those computers that ‘host’ your files is also functioning. For example, the computers may be fine, however if the network has issues, then those computers won’t be able to communicate with Internet users, thus resulting in potentially lost business.

    Controlling your website and its content from one central area is also important. Usually, this is called a ‘control panel.’ This allows you to re-set passwords, see website statistics (number of visitors etc) and can help you manage the content of your website. This tool should be relatively straightforward and self-explanatory. It may take you some time to understand, however shouldn’t require a Ph.D. in computer science to operate.

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