Website Hosting (Best)

Here is some very helpful information if you have a website, have ever thought about having one, or know someone who does. Or if you’ve ever wanted to start an online business, but don’t know how. Or if you already have an online business, but aren’t sure how to make it profitable.

(If you have no interest in ever having an effective website or a successful online business, feel free to send this to friends who do.)

In a nutshell, here’s the main point: you can have the coolest website in the world, but if nobody comes to it, what good does it do you? Not much. You need visitors. You need traffic.

But how do you get that? What’s the secret? How do you get people coming to your site in sufficient numbers, looking for the services and products you have to offer?

It used to be tricky. Search engines like google and the rest look for certain qualities in a website, and if you have those qualities you’ll appear at the top of the search listings when people are online searching for the kind of things you offer. It’s complicated to figure out, and the rules change all the time. It can also be costly, buying google ads and other attention-getting tricks.

There are many “experts” and “gurus” out there who will sell you expensive programs full of DVDs and bulky manuals that teach you how to do this. You can spend weeks, months, even years studying this stuff, and if you’re not a total techie you can get really frustrated. You can end up hiring expensive tech help.

But I’ve seen the future. And it is Now.

I learned about a web hosting company designed from the ground up for people like me who don’t know anything. It’s unlike anything else out there. They help you build a site from scratch that is totally optimized for search engines. A site that will help you be in the top 1-3% of search results. A site that’s designed to maximize business, with a helpful array of easy-to-use tools.

(Or if you already have a site, you can simply import whatever parts you want to keep.)

You need no technical expertise. They even help you write your copy with the appropriate keywords you need for your specific niche. Everything is optimized for getting targeted customers and prospects to your site.

The company is called SBI. I could go on and on about their features, services, and success stories, but it’s better if you watch their short video and see for yourself. I’ll also mention they have an absolutely no-risk guarantee, and the price is ridiculously low. Maybe even less than what you’re currently paying if you have a site now.

SBI! also has excellent customer service. Every time I have a question I get an answer in minutes.

So check them out. Watch the intro video, read about the features. Then I strongly suggest watching the Video Tour. It’s engrossing, very well done, and by the end of it you’ll have a great idea if SBI! can help you.

Click here to see video.

If you have or are thinking about having a website, if you’re spending money for a lot of “optional features” with your current web host, or if you would like a smooth pathway to a profitable online business, you owe it to yourself to check out SBI. As far as I can tell, they are absolutely committed to making their site owners successful.

Click here to see video.

As I said before, feel free to forward this to friends and family who have websites and online businesses, or would like to. You’ll probably be doing them a big favor.

Keep vibrating at the frequency of fun!

Greg Tamblyn
Comedy Keynote Concerts

3 Responses to Website Hosting (Best)

  1. Thanks Greg.
    In the process of revamping my website.
    Great information.

  2. Roger Chapanis says:

    Greg,

    I called SBI to inquire about its services. And, what I heard is that it’s about 10x more complicated than using the design tools provided by Godaddy.com or Serif.com. So, if you’re struggling with Godaddy or Serf, as I am, you’re probably better off hiring a web designer.

    Roger

    • admin says:

      Hi Roger,

      Thanks for your input.

      SBI is a lot more work (up front) than a simpler webhost like godaddy, and yes there is a learning curve. If you’re creating a site that is mainly a brochure, meaning: a place you can point people to find out about you, and you don’t really care about loads of traffic, then a simpler host is probably better. I have GregTamblyn.com (the parent site of this blog) hosted on Hostbaby, and they’re a good hosting company for musicians, they offer some cool features. But compared to what you get for your money with SBI, they’re not even in the same universe.

      (My GregTamblyn.com site is what I think of as a “brochure.” It makes me some money, but mainly it’s there for fans, and for people who might want to hire me. I can send them there to find out about my comedy keynote concerts.)

      But if you’re building a business, meaning: a site that needs traffic to make it a viable money-earning site, SBI is king and nobody else is even in second place. Example: I’m building an SBI-hosted site for jokes and funny quotes because I have a ton of great material for that. You might think that the world has enough joke sites, but since I started uploading pages last August, traffic has DOUBLED every month. I’m now up to about 2000 visitors a day, and I’m not even halfway finished uploading pages. To put it another way, I now rank #1 in the world on google for 10 separate high-value keywords, and #2 on several others. This is entirely from organic search, meaning: no promotion on my part, or paid SEO. It’s all part of the strategy for building a site with SBI. Yes, it’s more work up front, but the payoff is huge.

      Also, SBI has support in the form of (a) coaching, to show you how to do things, and (b) tech staff you can hire to do it for you. I’m not a techie at all, but most of the stuff on SBI I can do or figure out how to do with a little work. When I can’t figure it out, I get some coaching, and the coaches are really good.

      I’m not trying to push SBI on you, I just want you to know the real difference. My personal opinion is that SBI is worth 4 or 5 times what they charge for it. If you’re building a business, it’s the only way to go. If you’re building a brochure, another webhost might work fine.

      Hope that helps!

      Greg

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