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An area of website management that is often overlooked, misunderstood, or neglected is its hosting and maintenance fees – Our aim is to explain the difference between the two are and give you a better understanding of what you should be looking for in a website maintenance package.
A web host or a hosting service provides internet-accessible server space for your website to be accessed from. These servers are comprised of hardware and software that allows them to be accessed through any person’s website browsers, on any device.
The costs covered in your website hosting fee is to cover the upkeep of these servers – allowing for your website to be accessed via the World Wide Web.
Just like the server, your website will need to be maintained to ensure it’s working at optimal performance to serve your visitors with the key information and functionality that it has to offer. Having your website maintained is key to offering the best possible website you can to your online audience. Website maintenance can take the form of many different tasks, for example; Content Management, design and development tweaks, functionality enhancements, security monitoring, and software updates. The costs for maintenance are what cover this type of work carried out.
Treat this like the roads that you drive on, and the car that you drive – The roads are the hosting servers, they are maintained by paying road tax (Hosting fee), which contributes to the upkeep of the road, and the facilities that it provides. Your car is your website – There is added responsibility to keep this maintained to ensure that it’s safe to use and allows you to benefit from it performing to its highest potential so you can reap the rewards.
We offer different levels of website maintenance packages – If you wish to discuss how to get started, drop us an email – email@example.com