I manage a lot of websites.
Especially since I started creating affiliate blogs.
With those affiliate blogs, I need to have every one of those little sites up and running every single day, all day long.
If I don’t have that site up and running and someone goes to the site that I personally recommend and put my stamp of approval on and that site is down…I lose credibility.
If I put my time into creating something or finding a site that I believe will be of value to my readers, I expect that site to work 100% of the time. Not 95% of the time.
Not 97% of the time.
Not even 99% of the time.
That site better be up 100% of the time.
HostGator didn’t do that for me. Well, they used to.
But it really wasn’t 100% of the time then either. It was more like 97% but it didn’t bother me because I didn’t have all those affiliate blogs up and running and making me money.
Now that those sites make sales at all hours of the day, they need to be up. If they aren’t, I miss out on money.
I spent time building those sites, writing content that helped people and monetizing those sites so that they would make me money.
I followed a specific system and it was working.
When one part of the system breaks, the whole thing breaks.
HostGator was apparently the weakest link, goodbye.
Anyway, I’m switching all of my sites over to BlueHost and will hopefully have a great experience with them.
You can learn more about BlueHost here. I should probably write about why I’m choosing them as my new host…
I’ll do that in another blog.