The Web Hive Advantage

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Peace of Mind

Keeping your website running is our priority

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Personal Service

We want to know each of our customers by name

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Locally Sourced

We live right here in Barrie, ON and our server(s) are in Toronto.

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Small Business

We’re a small business, not a large corporate entity

All Plans Include

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Uptime Monitoring

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Let's Encrypt SSL Certificate

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1 Click WordPress Installer

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Automatic Updates

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Automatic Backups

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cPanel Access

Great rates for business hosting

Prices are in CAD dollars

Get 2 months free when paying annually

Available Add-ons

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Additional Email Addresses

$5 per user each month

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Enhanced SSL Certificate

$10 per month

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Parked or Forwarded Domains

$2 per month

Parked or Forwarded Domains

Parked and forwarded domains are useful when forwarding traffic to a specific page on your website or using strictly with email.

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More Bandwidtch

$35 per 50GB block each month

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Additional Websites

$25 each per month

Quick answers to your questions

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Why host my website with Web Hive?

You’re business and success is important to us. Each one of our staff knows your business by name and is there to help and advise you on anything related to your website. Don’t know who to call about a particular issue? Contact us and we’ll point you in the right direction, educating you along the way so that even if you have to call your Internet provider you’ll have all of the info you need. Some hosting companies rent servers or simply have a ‘reseller’ account with one of the larger companies. When you contact us for technical support, we won’t forward your email to a 3rd party company. We own and manage our own servers and provide full technical support in-house.

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What is web hosting?

For others to see your website, it’s stored on a publicly-accessible and secure computer (a server). If you host with Web Hive, this server has an extremely fast internet connection, enhanced security, and an efficient command-line operating system without the bloat of a traditional user interface like Windows. When you pay for hosting, you’re renting a portion of that server’s storage space, speed, and features.