I’d love to help you find more time to pour into your actual business, rather than into your website. Hosting and back end maintenance probably have you pulling your hair out. Let me take those off your plate! If you’re really fed up with all of it, then opt for the “Totally Hands Off” package… and I’ll do all of the dirty work.
A lot of people are confused about the difference between hosting and a domain, so here’s a quick little rundown:
Domain: The address, or URL, that visitors use to find your website (ashleyhughes.com)
Hosting: If your domain is the address, then just pretend that your host is kind of like your house. It’s where you store all of your website’s “stuff” (content, images, blog posts, products, etc.) and you need a provider that can give you that space (house) on their servers.
Domains and Hosting are two separate services, but they can sometimes be purchased from the same provider. Typically, domains run about $20 per year and hosting can range widely depending on the package options and how hands off you choose to be. I don’t offer domains… only hosting!
Migration: Sometimes clients need to migrate (or move) all of their content from one web platform to another. This can be somewhat of a technical process, so I offer it to my clients.