If you have a website but no one is there to visit it, does it really exist?

This one’s a lot easier than that “tree falling in the woods” question.

The answer is, definitely, “Yes.” Thanks to its host.

Hosts 101

A host is a computer that stays on 24/7 and holds all the files that make up your website. It waits patiently for a web surfer to type your website’s URL into his browser and then sends him your page. Whether it’s morning, noon, or night, the host is in charge of serving up your website to anyone who wants to see it.

Every website needs one of these babies. So if you have a website, it already has a host.

Of course, if you don’t have a website yet, then you A) need to get one, ASAP and B) will need a host to make it work. Don’t worry, though, you don’t have to go out and buy a special computer to leave on day in and day out. If we design your website for you, we can make sure it gets hooked up with a host.

Always Working For Your Website

Yes, hosts are pretty neat. When you’re relaxing on the beach, enjoying a round of golf, or catching some Zs, the host is making it possible for the world to visit your website. You may never get to see your website’s host, but whether day or night…whether rain or shine…whether you think the tree falling in the woods makes a sound or doesn’t make a sound…that host is working for you.