Which Hosting Service Do You Need: Semi-Dedicated Hosting

posted by Melanie S on February 23, 2017

This is part two of our series on hosting options. You can find part one, shared hosting, here. Part three (dedicated servers) is still to come. This post discusses the midpoint between dedicated servers and shared hosting: semi-dedicated hosting. This is a great, versatile option for sites that don’t require the resources of… Read More


Which Hosting Service do You Need: Shared Hosting

posted by Melanie S on February 9, 2017

This post is one of a series dedicated to the three common kinds of servers: shared, semi-dedicated, and dedicated. Posts regarding semi-dedicate and dedicated servers are coming shortly. Shared hosting is one of several options that you have for your website. With shared hosting, multiple users can share a single server. This… Read More


The Many Features of cPanel

posted by Melanie S on January 31, 2017

cPanel’s selling point is its features. From Backup Wizard to Bandwidth, cPanel makes it easy for admin, resellers, and end-users alike to access and control their websites. There’s a reason that this Linux-based web hosting control panel is one of the most popular ways to host a website around. Whatever you want… Read More


Five Benefits of Small Business Hosting

posted by Melanie S on January 4, 2017

Being a small business owner or manager, means wearing many hats. It means being in charge of the day-to-day operations such as inventory, customer service, and everything else that goes along with having your own business. Unfortunately, this leaves little to no time for managing your business server. This makes small business hosting… Read More


Why Datacenter Location Matters

posted by Melanie S on December 22, 2016

Have you ever tried to access a website that took what seemed like forever to load? Like most people, you probably thought the wait was the fault of your computer or your internet connection. However, the fault possibly lies with the website, and the location of its datacenter. Similar to the real… Read More


Why You Need SEO Tools

posted by Melanie S on December 7, 2016

  Today, most people learn about your business through an internet search. In order to have the largest audience, you need to make yourself searchable and easy to find. This means you need tools to help increase your search engine optimization, or SEO. Like most people, you probably know little about how… Read More


Start-ups Start Here: Business Hosting Solutions

Start Up with Fresh Roasted Hosting!
posted by Melanie S on November 23, 2016

So you’ve decided to start your own business. Congratulations! That is both amazing and terrifying. There are so many things that go into starting up. While you may have found your niche and know exactly everything you need to run your company, you also need business hosting online. A website is often… Read More


Non-Profit Web Hosting: Good Returns for All

Non-profit web hosting
posted by Melanie S on November 11, 2016

Today, there are more than 1.5 million nonprofit organizations registered in the US. What does that really mean? How would you even find out about these organizations if there are so many? Further, if you want to start a nonprofit, how do you stand out among the 1.5 million other organizations doing… Read More


Joomla Critical Zero-Day Vulnerability (RCE)

posted by Sean on December 20, 2015

A recent exploit has been brought to our attention that affects all Joomla users. This remote command execution vulnerability takes advantage of a security hole affecting all version fo Joomla between 1.5 and 3.4.5. We highly recommend updating your Joomla installation using the most recent patch. What is a zero-day vulnerability? A… Read More


Help us find the CURE!

posted by Sean on October 3, 2015

October doesn’t just bring us pumpkins and haunted attractions, it’s also Breast Cancer Awareness Month – an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease. While most people are aware of breast cancer, many forget to take the steps to have a plan to detect the disease in its early stages and… Read More