May 30, 2024

It is easy to overlook website hosting, but it is a crucial part of protecting your investment in a domain name and launching a website. Many people tell us that they choose cheap shared hosting and then learn how to create a website. This is, in our opinion, a wrong approach. Focusing on performance and speed is the right approach.

From branding to marketing to sales, most businesses depend on their online presence. Hosting is essential for any online business. The wrong web host or server can ruin your hosting experience. BizBudding provides web hosting services. We are not resellers of other web hosting services. We have created our own niche hosting company called Mai Cloud VIP Host.

Mai Cloud VIP Hosting does not offer the typical web hosting service. We do not provide support for email accounts or website builders. We have a fantastic support team, and we provide great customer service. We also offer lightning-fast WordPress hosting. If you would like us to perform an analysis of your website, please let us know.

Secure Web

Every site should be secured with SSL Certificates. SSL is the general term for a technology that encrypts, protects, and encrypts web pages while they are being transmitted over a network. According to Google Security Blog, 81 out of the top hundred sites on the internet use HTTPS as a default. It would be best if you did the same. Chrome 68 will begin marking all HTTP sites “Not Secure” in July 2018. This will hurt your reputation, especially for small businesses that are trying to build a brand.

We provide SSL certificates free of charge for all sites we host. We have experience in site migration and can convert a website into HTTPS. Please speak to us to learn how to transform your site to HTTPS.

Shared Web Hosting

Many hosting providers offer shared web hosting. Shared hosting is a way to host your website at a lower cost by running it in a shared environment. This type of hosting can be as common as $2 per month. Hosting providers often don’t make it easy to tell if they have allocated enough server resources for the shared account.

Our Level 1 customers can choose from a variety of shared hosting plans. Your hosting plan must have enough resources to allow pages to load quickly. To qualify for Level 1 Hosting and the server performance below, your website must be powered by WordPress, Mai theme (our self-built theme), and Genesis Framework.

Dedicated Hosting

VPS hosting plans, also known as virtual private servers (VPS), are designed to offer dedicated hosting. Cloud hosting accounts often use virtual servers when hosting in the cloud. Hosting accounts with high levels of traffic, selling e-commerce, or hosting membership sites can benefit from dedicated hosting.

Mai Cloud VIP Hosting provides three levels of dedicated web hosting for websites with 50,000 to 30,000,000 page views per month.

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What is the best web hosting account for you?

Website development and website hosting are essential to the success of your website. Your web developers will be able to create the best web hosting magic when they understand web hosting, performance, and web development.

The Mai Cloud VIP hosting platform comes with the following features.

Included is a staging/development area.

SSL is always used to protect your data on the internet (even for dev sites).

Our focus is on the user experience and page speed.

It is important to test the performance of your hosting. Three important tests should be run: the time it takes to get your first byte, the time for rendering to begin, and the time until you have finished documenting. Also, you should take into account the web page response time and page size.

Time to First Byte – TTFB

Your web server’s responsiveness is important. The time to first byte is the amount of time it takes for your web browser before you receive a response. TTFP measures in milliseconds and is calculated by adding DNS + Connect + Send times. The browser establishes a connection with the webserver when you attempt to load a webpage. The response from the web server contains the first information packet that the browser needs to load. To load the entire content of a web page, multiple packages are required (or several round trips).

A lower or smaller TTFP (also known as response time) is considered a better benchmark when it comes to website hosting performance.

Time to first byte is used to measure the responsiveness of web servers or other network resources. The time between the HTTP request from the client or user and the browser receiving the first byte is measured by TTFB.

Time to Start

The first time something appears on screen is the point at which the Time to Render Start starts. This is the point where the user is first informed that something is happening in their web browser. JavaScript can cause the browser to delay rendering the page because it has to wait for the resources. It should be used to eliminate JavaScript or CSS that blocks rendering. You want to keep the render start as low as you can.

Document completion time

Document completion is determined by the browser’s estimation of the page being loaded. This is usually done after the entire image content has been loaded. The lazy loading feature has become popular to reduce the time it takes to complete a document. It works by delaying the loading of images when a viewer navigates to the area of the page that displays the photos. Record complete excludes content that is triggered through JavaScript, such as advertisements, lead generation activities, or any other on-site retargeting. It is important to measure paper completion.

As the page load time increases from 1s to 5, the likelihood of rising by 90%.

Web Page Response

This includes the time required for all browser activities to complete loading after Document Complete. This time is used to measure any JavaScript-triggered activity that occurs after Document Complete.

Page Size

The page size (or downloaded bytes) is the amount of data that was downloaded to allow the browser to load the webpage fully. When it comes to the size of a page, smaller is better. Page size affects the loading time of the page, increasing the chances that a visitor will leave. Google recently found that “79% of all web pages are over 1MB; 53% are over 2MB; and 23% are above 4MB… Simply compressing images or text can make a big difference–25% can save over 250KB, and 10% more than 1MB.”

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