No matter the type of browser or device customers use, they expect a fast web experience; they have grown to be impatient. When a website takes decades to load, it results in lower revenue and higher costs. Companies that do not take into consideration real-time web experience will fail to profit from the fundamental shift of how businesses interact with customers online.
According to the new changes Google introduced into its analytics code, load speed is a factor that has a say in whether a site will classify highly on the SERP. Failing to have a low upload speed guarantees a low ranking in search engines.
Content delivery network (CDN) is an interconnected system of computers on the Internet that provides Web content rapidly to many users by duplicating the content on multiple servers and directing the content to users based on proximity. In basic terms, CDN increases the speed at which global users receive the content of the website, being extremely beneficial for companies who have large amounts of visitors on their websites at all times. With CDN, there is no delay or time-out.
Reduced server loads
Fast content delivery
Provides statistical analysis of asset delivery
Decreased effect of server failure on website
Provides security by absorbing and neutralizing potential threats
Increased business results
Delivers fast, engaging sites optimized to mobile devices or desktops
Delivers quality experience across all geographies
Provides performance under peak traffic conditions
The Acelloria Content Delivery Network ensures that your content performs well on any device while reaching the public globally. We want you to have one less vendor to worry about; our package includes web and video content management and tools, so there is one less integration point and one less factor that might interfere with your content’s performance.
We provide a host of outsourced infrastructure and software to regulate the delivery of your content.
Check out our rates for Pay-As-You-Go service!
$3 (CDN) / GB usage per domain including 3,500 PoP’s
$350 Setup Fee
1 Month Free for testing*
Google researchers say that behavioural trends of users today show that if your website takes a long time to load, users will leave. If your site loads 250 ms slower than your competitor, you will be out of business.
With Acelloria Cloud Hosting Solution, your content will experience a power boost when uploading to a desktop browser or any handheld device. With proven CDN and ADN, we provide developers and businesses easy content distribution with low latency, high data transfer speeds, and no contracts.
We offer reliable and secure hosting solutions for businesses of any size, with user-friendly online tools, pay-as-you-go payment terms, and free customer support.
Yes! Absolutely no monthly commitments - you pay only for the amount of content that is delivered through the service through our Pay-as-You-Go payment plan.
Any content requests are automatically routed based on proximity. CDN increases the speed at which global users receive the content of the website, being extremely beneficial for companies who have large amounts of visitors on their websites at all times. Acelloria’s hosting services, based on cloud solutions, can be used to deliver all types of content, such as your website, any dynamic, static, and streaming content, with no delays or time outs.
Storage (Web + Database) = $6/GB
Hosting Bandwidth = $3/GB
Compute Cycles = $0.09/CC
Setup Fee/Domain = $250
1 Month Free for testing*
You will hear many definitions of Search Engine Optimization, we believe the best way to understand what it is, is to break it down in terms of its relevance to your business success.
Simply speaking, SEO is the process of getting your website to rank very high on the SERP (search engine results page). Search engines, such as Google and Yahoo, rank pages based on their relevance (by analyzing page content) and authority (based on the number and quality of other pages linking to the pages they show) to the words that users enter into the search engine. With SEO, results occur “naturally,” meaning you do not have to invest money into paid search ads.
75% of users never scroll past the first page of search results. (HubSpot)
You want to beat your competitors and be number one don’t you? For that to happen, your website has to be on the first page of search engines.
Businesses are spending more money this year on SEO and on various other marketing practices, so what does this mean? You are far behind in the race for customers. Your competitors are implementing online strategies to get customers, they are informing thousands of people of their services by simply being at the top of search results.
Traditional advertising, such as outbound calling, direct mail, print advertising, is a costly investment, but do you get your money’s worth?
Inbound leads cost 61% lower than outbound leads, Marketing Charts reports that over 39% of customers come from search.
Google is generally a reputation engine - the more popular your website is then the higher in standing you will be. Google ranks (similar to voting) websites from a PR of 0 to 10.
If your website has no consistent traffic or irrelevant content then most likely you will be looking at a rank of 0. Websites like HubSpot or Facebook that generate millions of visitors everyday and that have quality backlinks will be at a rank of 8-10.
This is very difficult to achieve, generally a 4 or a 5 means that the website is in great standing.
Inbound links are incoming links to your website. For example, posting your website in various forums would count as building inbound links.
This seems easy at first, however you must take into consideration the links’ reputation when deciding where to post your URL. The higher in status a website is, then the more valuable it is to search engines and in turn you can use that website’s reputation to increase your own reputation.
74% of Internet users perform local searches. (Kelsey Group)
Are you targeting locally? Traditional advertising is on a steep decline, no longer do consumers search for services or products in their local phone books or even glance at direct mail, often referred to as ‘junk mail’ that ends up in their mailbox. Businesses are changing tactics, they are moving towards online marketing where majority of users spend their time searching the Web. If you are self-employed or own a franchise or brick and mortar business, you can benefit greatly by creating an online presence.
61% of local searches result in purchases. (TMP/comScore)
If an advertiser buys ads for keywords they already rank for organically,
89% of traffic generated by search ads is new traffic outside of organic search.
Pay Per Click campaigns are time consuming and very costly - if you do not know what you are doing, that is.
Lack of management
Poor keyword selection
Bad keyword grouping
Non-converting landing pages
Under or over-budgeted campaigns
Poor banner and/or website design
Complete analysis of your current campaign, industry, and goals
Development of targeted list of keywords
Group keywords, write matching ads, launch new PPC campaign
Test keywords and ads to achieve maximum results
Constant adjustments, based on statistics, to campaign
Eliminate “negative keywords” that waste resources and have high bounce rate
By request, we can get our creative juice flowing and create a visually appealing banner ad for your business.
The success of your campaign is also dependent on the design of your website and user experience. We can help you with that too!
Viral marketing, often referred to “word-of-mouth” marketing, encourages people to rapidly spread a message to others, exploding the message to potentially thousands of viewers. An increase in viewers equals an increase in customers and brand awareness. Similar to a biological virus, messages are spread quickly by using hosts; this is how viral marketing got its name.
Hotmail.com, one of the first free web-based email services, is a classic example of a company that effectively incorporated viral marketing into their campaign, resulting in a dramatic increase of customers. When the company launched, it imbedded an advertisement containing a link to its website in every outgoing message. As people were sending emails to their friends and family, they were also advertising Hotmail’s service, spreading the message along, with little work from the company. A carefully designed viral strategy will attach itself to a host, infecting rapidly the masses with your message.
Not all viral marketing campaigns are effective; most become too promotional or fail to include some of the most fundamental elements that ensure the success of a viral strategy. The following are important elements that our marketing team includes in every viral campaign: