Business Email: Creditors will take your email extension into consideration when extending credit. Yes, seriously. While an unbranded email address likely won’t completely derail your shot at securing a loan all on it’s own, it certainly might make or break a creditor’s decision to take you on as a borrower.
One of the biggest mistakes small business owners make is using a free email service provider for their small business communications. A Gmail, Outlook, or Comcast email signifies that you haven’t gotten into the nitty gritty branding stuff that makes you seem legitimate.
Creditors will ask for your email on every application you fill out. Any signs that you might not have a solid business plan in place can put a damper on your ability to get the capital you need to grow your business.
Web Hosting: A web hosting service is a type of Internet hosting service that hosts websites for clients, i.e. it offers the facilities required for them to create and maintain a site and makes it accessible on the World Wide Web. Companies providing web hosting services are sometimes called web hosts. Without a web host your website will not show online.
SSL Certificate: When users visit sites without SSL certificates, their browsers warn them: “This connection is not secure.” That message erodes trust and can wreck the reputation of your business — but as long as you’ve got a SSL Certificate, you’ll be rid of that security warnings and your customers’ data will be protected on your site.
Web Security: We scan your websites for potential security-related issues such as pharmaceutical hacks, redirect hacks, backdoor file hacks, Trojan viruses and many more. If Website Security finds an issue on your site, we will notify you as soon as it’s found, along with the next steps to get the issue fixed.