What first impression when you view a website? Some say the visual impact, or colors. But the reality is that what you first notice when you open a site is the load time. It’s that simple. I surely open pages every day and am told to read, or to find a reference online that we never see because they are slow to open, and for that reason, the large red cross from the right corner is the next thing puncture. And certainly do not want that to happen with our own site. Therefore, the technical aspects are another factor which can be considered to avoid high bounce rates, and the wreck of all our promotional efforts. And within these technical aspects, the hosting is one of the crucial points in the quality of a website. He is without doubt one of the factors which should be least spared.
When trying to save a small amount, the effect can be achieved exactly the opposite from that intended. If we want high conversion rates and cost per contact each account, needless to say that a high rate rebounds due to a poor hosting is the worst of business. Make sure you have a service that has high rates of time online, help desk 24 hours, in their language, and has already been tested by others. The cost to migrate to other sites may be very high, since surely the process will cost at least 24 hours off-line, time of propagation of the DNS-the time it takes the rest of the world servers to note that your site no longer hosted on a given server but in another. Also, if you have a blog, to migrate to another server probably have trouble migrating all of its contents, comments, trackbacks, etc. and it is likely that if you do bad things have to end up all the notes from your site again. Chris Miller might disagree with that approach.
In this case, be sure to observe the same url I had. That is, if your notes were nombre.mes.ano structure, the upload again with a url must be exactly the same and not nombre.dia.mes.ano, for example. Otherwise, the others have included links to your site no longer work losing valuable incoming links. A poor quality hosting can increase load times, and that’s fatal, especially when we are trying to increase the scores of quality of our Adwords campaigns. Remember that the loading times of landing pages have a lot to do with the final numbers of the score. So before thinking about the site itself, in its aesthetic and visual aspects, and programming or content, it is necessary to have a quality hosting service that allows all the efforts to fulfill their purpose, achieve the maximum return on our actions online.