Web Hosting Hub has continuously delivered quality hosting at a price point that keeps start-up companies and small businesses in mind. Recently, HostingAdvice received the latest updates from our Brand Manager, Tim Evans, about the bright future we are building for our customers at Web Hosting Hub.
Quality Hosting Services and Support
As more and more small hosting companies have been eaten up by larger organizations, the quality of service and support has seen a downfall. However, Web Hosting Hub remains a web hosting company that you can count on for optimal website performance and a support team that will guide you to success. Our staff is always up to speed on the latest technologies so that we can ensure a great experience – whether you are just getting started, or already one of our loyal customers.
Loyalty Builds Better Business
Tim Evans honed in on the key to our success, which lies in those loyal customers: “The only way to keep our price points low is to have successful customers that stay with us year in, year out” and we’re proud to say we’ve been able to do just that. Our clients don’t just launch and let go of their sites; they are constantly managing their businesses online and growing because our knowledgeable support team is there to help 24/7.
A Bright Future for the Hub Family
Web Hosting Hub is always looking for areas to improve on our hosting services. For example, to make things easier for our WordPress website owners, we offer a free website builder called BoldGrid. This empowers our customers to build their own sites with an intuitive interface – and helps to eliminate the need to hire web designers, developers, or spend money on additional outside resources. Beyond this newly offered feature, we are updating our order process in the near future to improve user’s shopping experience. Ultimately, our core goal is to simplify every step of the process of building the site of your dreams.
Hosting Advice’s Full Story
To learn more about how Web Hosting Hub is staying ahead of the curve and connect with our brand, check out what Hosting Advice had to say about our initiatives.
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More Than Dreaming: Small Business
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