You invest a lot of money in your digital presence. Listed on your website are your services, photos of your work, and customer reviews. In the same way a salesperson spreads all the information a client might need to decide to buy from you, your website acts like the tireless superstar on your sales team.
How do you handle a site outage?
- Your website loses all sales it would generate.
- You are still paying for clicks even though your paid search traffic is directed to error pages.
- It is hard to reverse user reports to Yelp that you are out of business.
- Google may report you as out of business if your site is down longer than 24 hours. This can be a very difficult situation to recover from.
You need your website to be live and viewable to the world if you want your marketing effort to be successful.
The question is: what is a decent benchmark for the amount of downtime a website should experience? Downtime is inevitable due to server maintenance and power outages. Let’s find out how we can help. Remodelers know how long windows should last off-the-cuff. As experts in digital marketing, we know how often a good website should go down.
With our services, you will know the average downtime of your website during the last year ! You will know if your web hosting is a good choice or if you should move your site elsewhere.