My name is Randy Bess and I am the owner of Gateway Web Host. There was once a time when we looked for the cheapest hosting service to put our website online. We didn't have to worry about hackers, malware, identity or business theft. But times have changed dramatically.
Today, using those $10 monthly hosting plans could be the most costly decision you ever make.
What would it mean to your business, if your website was down for several days. And your clients could not see your website online.
Two things can happen. First, Your customer cannot find you, get upset and go to your competitor. Second, Google starts to hate you! Your website is hacked. the hacker has made changes to your content and Google penalizes you.
So what that means is that all the work you did to get a good ranking on Google is now wasted. And you have to start your SEO efforts all over again.
So there is a solution to stop hackers from taking your website. Host your website on an Amazon high speed server managed through us at Gateway Web Host and receive superior security features to stop hackers, malware and viruses.
How much would it cost you if your "at risk" website was hacked today and it took you 3 days to get it back?
We are not only going to host your company website on Amazon but we also make weekly backups of your entire website. So in the very rare case that something happened we will get an immediate text notification that the website is down. And, within minutes I can restore a previous version with just on click. So you won't be out of service for one, two, three days or a week. So we not only protect your website but if something did happen we can fix it fast.
There are two primary ways for hacking! Hackers gain access via the website and via the server.
With other hosting sites like BlueHost or HostGator businesses are usually on a "shared plan" and they kind of detect if your website is hacked but they are very passive to prevent that and if a website is attacked on your server it affects all other websites. So Amazon is much stricker on that, the Amazon host service is much healthier than the server on a shared plan through HostGator or BlueHost. Amazon hosts a thousand more websites than HostGator and they just started a couple of years ago. Amazon is just another level of hosting.
WordPress is an open source and hackers know how to break into a WordPress website that lacks the most advanced security features and protection. WordPress makes it kind of easy because they share all the code.
Again, my name is Randy Bess and I look forward to to the opportunity of discussing a managed hosting plan to protect your business, your contacts and your clients from hackers.