How to Prevent Hosting & Server Problems on Your Website

Help! My Website is Down!

We’ve all been there, and it is not a good feeling: Your website goes down, and you wonder how it happened, how long it will take to get the site back up and running, and how much this is going to cost.
Most of us don’t expect our sites to go down suddenly, but it does happen, so you should have a plan in place to deal with the inevitable hardship. Sites rarely go down when you have a ton of time to deal with it, so be prepared. When a site goes down, you want it dealt with as quickly as possible, and your time is best spent at your desk, working for clients.
 

Plan ahead with a maintenance plan:

Estimate the extra cost of a maintenance plan then compare it to the money and time you could lose if you had to set aside the actual work of your business to solve the site problem yourself. Even if you plan to hire someone else to fix your site, you’ll need to stop everything to find and hire the right person. Make sure to include these costs in your comparisons.
 
 
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