Back in the day it used to cost an arm and leg to be able to get a website designed, developed and then launched. The costs would stack up to a staggering amount overtime and you were lucky as a non-profit organisation if you could get a web presence, you would have had to know someone in the industry who could do you a favour.
Author: Michael LavnduskiMichael is a freelance writer from Grand Rapids, Michigan specializing in web hosting and IT related content creation. He has produced content for thousands of sites over the past five years, including many international hosting companies.
In addition to over 15 years of experience with IT and marketing, he holds several industry certifications including the A+, MCP, CAN and ITIL .