Save Money and Increase Productivity by Running a VoIP System on Your Dedicated Server

Could your dedicated server actually help you to save money? The immense power and adaptability of InMotion Hosting’s Dedicated Server solutions mean they can provide unparalleled control, performance, and security for your website. But, there are so many other things these systems can do that few of us have ever really stopped to consider. One idea could actually help you save money on your phone bills every month!
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Differences Between Dedicated and Shared Hosting

Shared hosting is straightforward—you share your server with other companies and individuals.

A dedicated server, on the other hand, means that only your website—and other websites you manage—are hosted on the server. While shared hosting is a cheaper solution, it may not meet the needs of your business the way a dedicated server can. Let’s break this down even further.
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When You Know It’s Time to Upgrade Your Hosting Plan

Upgrade From Shared to VPS Hosting

Most website owners start out with Shared Hosting. And why not? It provides an affordable way to get started on the web with many features that make running your website easy.

But then it happens. You’ve added so much content and cool features that your site takes way too long to load. Visiting your home page reminds you of the days of dial-up internet. The traffic to your site eats up your available bandwidth, your site crashes regularly, and you begin to wonder if someone has broken the internet.
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5 Tips For Bing Ads Ecommerce Advertisers

Bing AdsAs an online retailer, how do you bring more customers to your website? Especially, customers that are ready to buy. That’s exactly the question that Mountaineer Brand asked itself just over a year ago. Selling natural handmade beard supplies such as oils, balms and shaving products, the small brother-sister team brought on an SEM agency in July 2015 to help the company reach more shoppers.
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