Thursday, November 27, 2008

Heritage Web Design

Thinking about webhosting???

Try Heritage Web Design, a USA Based Company, which specializes in the design and hosting of affordable websites specially for Small and Medium Enterprises. With a staff of over 225 employees, Heritage Web Solutions has grown to a multi-million-dollar company in just 7 years, achieving a Top 1% of Hosting Companies as reported by WebHosting.Info. Heritage Web Solutions is honored to be recognized, by Inc. Magazine, among the fastest growing privately held businesses 2 years running.

They really have a good track record! I browsed through their past works in their portfolio and searched on logo designs and found that most of the designs were done in good style and taste, what’s more, their customers are from a wide genre of industries from cafĂ© to schools!

The company also has a programme called Heritage Web Tools which is a free, easy-to-use web-based File Manager that allows you to completely manage a website without an extensive computer background. You can perform tasks such as: Updating or changing your current website. (like FrontPage or Dreamweaver)!
Track when and where customers go on your site.
Send personalized emails to your current customer base.
Create depth to your organization with multiple email accounts.
This really makes editing easy as ABC!

Heritage Web Solutions uses only the latest fully managed Dual Xeon servers with an easy to use cPanel site management control. Heritage Web Solutions also does weekly and Monthly backups of your site

The easy to use store front e commerce setup is also pretty idiot proof! It starts at a basic $795.

Support wise, there is a life chat that enables their customers to communicate effectively and efficiently with them. A live chat also enables quick instant help!

So, seems like there is no harm giving it a try today!


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Tengu said...

Thank u r information

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Abass said...

Often we forget the little guy, the SMB, in our discussions of the comings and goings of the Internet marketing industry. Sure there are times like this when a report surfaces talking about their issues and concerns but, for the most part, we like to talk about big brands and how they do the Internet marketing thing well or not so well.

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