Tagged: website

2018’s Top Posts & Pages

Even though my main interests do not generate the most site traffic, I’m okay with that. I do get more traffic from random topics—when I can’t easily find answers I have questions about, I’ll take notes of what I do...

How church websites can be easier to use

At least twice a year, I’m clicking and scrolling (or hunting and pecking) to find the worship service times and locations at different churches. Unlike the person that only goes to church twice a year or twice a month, I...

Not all web hosting servers are alike, some are faster

As Internet adoption continues to ramp up at a brisk pace around the world, people want faster websites and search engines do too. With WordPress running nearly 22.4% of the Internet (at the time of this post), having a compatible and speedy...

First Popular Website using a new gTLD .CLUB = 50inDa.Club

The launch of this new website 50InDa.Club could be a first of many for new gTLDs. Go ahead, it’s a working domain name, click on the link and see the landing page that’s there right now. This first mover advantage for a prominent celebrity website...

First websites with new gTLD .BIKE domain names

Sometimes things launch big with a loud splash; sometimes things launch slowly and build momentum over time. The Internet namespace is experiencing its largest expansion in history, as an estimated 1000+ new generic top-level domains (gTLD) are launching in the...

Where to Build a Free Church Website

There are a few options for churches to get a basic church website built via self-serve without having to installing software or use a credit card. Here is a list of online website builder platforms that specifically serve churches and...

How many churches have websites in America

What is the number of church websites in the United States? Yes it’s quite a herculean effort to count the exact number and I’m not sure there’s research money to pull off such a census. Plus the wide range of...

Where can you get 100% uptime web hosting?

When a service declares a 99.9% uptime guarantee might sounds kinda impressive. But do the math, and it turns out that 99.9% allows for 43 minutes of downtime per month or over 8 hours in a year, while 99.99% uptime...