Do you have a WordPress website, currently hosted on SiteGround, that you fear has been hacked?
The thought of ever being hacked is scary, but it is something that can happen to anyone – “OMG! My website is hacked… I hope I don’t lose all my data…Or worse yet, MY CUSTOMERS’ DATA…”
Your agency and your clients deserve to be catered to with high-performing servers, proactive security, and well-maintained websites. Additionally, wouldn’t it be great to actually partner with the hosting provider of your clientele? This type of partnership allows your business to flourish because it supports higher quality results that you can depend on.
Image optimization is crucial for keeping your site running great. Here are some insider tips on compressing and optimizing images for optimal performance.
Why would you choose Loud Canvas to be your technical partner for your business’ website hosting needs? Loud Canvas Media is MORE than just a hosting company. If you’re just looking for some digital space to rent for your website files that’s not secure, not proactively maintaining or securing your digital property and don’t care [Read More]
Partner w/LCM for Better Results & Profit-Sharing Loud Canvas Media loves to partner with talented designers and web developers in the local area. This helps both sides, and creates a win/win scenario! We also provide some “perks” to our freelance partners to keep money in their pockets by offering free website hosting as well as [Read More]
As a small design firm (or perhaps as a freelancer designer), you design/build many of websites but always send your clients to host with a 3rd party hosting company like Godaddy, Bluehost, or Hostgator. And sadly you see NONE of that money. We offer an alternative: provide them a better hosting option for the same [Read More]
Okay, I’m going to just come out and state what I feel is obvious – WP Engine is NOT the best solution for serious web/marketing companies. First of all (and probably most importantly), you leave a TON of money on the table by not choosing to host websites yourself; but, even more than that, from [Read More]