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Business website hosting is a specific quality of hosting service dedicated to the needs of business.  But it does not differ from web hosting in general, which is the service that makes your website available on the Internet.   As such business web hosting is specialized towards the marketing of your business online and the hosting of your online business.

With the Internet connecting nearly every household and office worldwide, business website hosting services are a strategic part of every businesses operations.   Today, more than ever,  Businesses need to get online not only to have an eCommerce website,  where people can buy your goods and services, but also to promote your business and help generate and qualify leads.   While many of us have used an online shopping cart and payment processing system, this is not the only purpose for a business website.  Commonly referred to as eCommerce website hosting this is only one aspect to Business website hosting not the least of which is promotion of your company or organisation.  Furthermore business website hosting provides you a way to give your clients, customers and partners more detailed information about your products and services.

High Availability HostingThink of it as 24/7 sales team, a round the clock marketing campaign and a always on customer support center.    For pennies a day your can extend your business hours, deepen your customer relationships and challenge even your largest competitors.

There are many web hosting companies that provide facilities for  business website hosting.  Apart from hosting the websites, these companies also provide the services of website planning, designing and deployment along with SEO and/or marketing services.  With BCwebnet Business website hosting you pay a fixed amount of money per month to host your website and inform clients and partners about your business or the service that you provide.  So what this means is even businesses of modest budgets can get quality service at a reasonable price.

BCwebnet offers two business web hosting services that differ only in their delivery platforms; that is the type of servers and more specifically how those servers are configured.   We offer a traditional shared hosting service for budget conscious businesses and a high availability hosting service for those business who really rely on this online presence.   While larger organizations have dedicated servers at their disposal for hosting their websites, such expenses are not generally feasible for small businesses and non-profit organisations.  However, BCwebnet was started on the foundation that responsible hosting means providing the best service possible for the budget of  the client.  We are in the business of hosting websites and make every cost effective effort to ensure websites are delivered within our uptime guarantees.

Our highly available hosting solutions are a further testament to that commitment.   But not every consumer can afford a high availability hosting service.  However, for those that can they get the piece of mind that their website is hosted on a platform designed specifically to provide 99.9% uptime (three 9s), which allows for about 45 minutes per month of unscheduled interruption.  Most of our services achieve well over 99.9% uptime but for High Availability Business Hosting plan we provide a 100% guarantee on this commitment.

Business website hosting has the capability of giving your business a big boost.  The right choice is a sound hosting platform on which everything else depends.   So give your company or organisation the advantage its deserves and get online today with us.

To get more information about our affordable business website hosting plans please visit: http://www.bcwebnet.com/

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divimg alt=”" src=”http://hits.guardian.co.uk/b/ss/guardiangu-feeds/1/H.15.1/15835?ns=guardianpageName=Technology%3A+A+lot+of+Brits+don%27t+understand+search+enginesch=Technologyc3=guardian.co.ukc4=Search+engines%2CInternet%2CTechnologyc5=Technology+Gadgets%2CCorporate+ITc6=Jack+Schofieldc7=2008_12_12c8=1133447c9=articlec10=GUc11=Technologyc12=blogc13=c14=Technology+blogh2=GU%2FTechnology%2Fblog%2FTechnology+blog” width=”1″ height=”1″ //divpAlmost all of us use search engines, but most Britons “either have no idea or an inaccurate view of how online search results are determined,” according to the Online Search Matters Survey produced for a href=”http://www.fasthosts.co.uk”FastHosts/a, the Web hosting company. The main findings are: /pblockquotepNearly 1 in 4 Britons (24%) believe that the order of the search listings they use cannot be influenced by the publishers of websites listed, whilst a similar proportion (22%) suspect that results are ordered entirely according to how much has been paid by the websites listed. 1 in 5 consumers (19%) have no idea at all how results are compiled, and 5% believe that search listings are arranged completely at random like a lottery./p/blockquotepbr /br /To be clear: the major search engines do not charge for listings, but their results are influenced by Web site publishers, partly through the use of SEO (search engine optimisation) techniques. /ppMen (33%) understand how search engines work a little better than women (26%)./ppBritons also trust organic results more than the “sponsored listings” that often appear above or alongside them. Fasthosts says: /pblockquotep1 in 3 (33%) believe these listings to be ‘less worthy’ and ‘less useful’ than main search results. Two thirds of web users (66%) report that they always pay attention first to main results, and some 40% of women and 34% of men will consciously ignore sponsored links whenever they appear./p/blockquotepThe survey is based on 1,636 UK adults interviewed by a href=”http://www.tickbox.net/”Tickbox.net/a in November 2008 via electronic feedback forms. /ppOf course, if you started compiling a list of things that lots of Brits don’t understand, you’d be busy for some time. It’s also not clear that understanding how search engines work has much practical value if you just want to find sites, rather than promote them. However, if I ran a search engine, I’d be looking for ways to make it clearer that organic results, unlike sponsored links, are not paid for. br //pdiv style=”float: left; margin-right: 10px; margin-bottom: 10px;”ullia href=”http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/searchengines”Search engines/a/lilia href=”http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/internet”Internet/a/li/ul/diva href=”http://www.guardian.co.uk”guardian.co.uk/a copy; Guardian News Media Limited 2008 | Use of this content is subject to our a href=”http://users.guardian.co.uk/help/article/0,,933909,00.html”Terms Conditions/a | a href=”http://www.guardian.co.uk/webfeeds/1,,1309488,00.html”More Feeds/a
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