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    Seperate Website

    My consulting company also is a hosting provider. Originally, I had a seperate website << edit >> for our hosting services and now I have it under the main company << edit >>.

    I'm not sure if this is a good or bad thing? I like everything under one roof, but I'm not sure if that detracts from my ability to look like a "hosting company". Do you think someone would be swayed away because that is not our "primary" purpose?

    Thoughts?

    Thank You,

    Brian
    Last edited by writespeak; 12-06-2005 at 01:25 AM.
    Brian Shrift
    www.AdvancedWebmail.net
    Business Hosting Services

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    Depends on what your target (niche) market is...

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    Small Businesses for our Webmail system.
    Brian Shrift
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    Business Hosting Services

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    I would never buy from a hosting site that wasn't primarily a hosting site. Then they wouldn't put 100% of their effort into making their hosting business better. I'd link to it from the main site, but I'd make them two sepparate websites.
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