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Products sold by Imaginet Internet Service Provider in South Africa

What is Webhosting?

So what exactly is meant by ‘hosting’? Businesses offering web hosting or a web host service, provide you with the technology for a website or webpages to be viewed via the internet. The websites you develop are stored on specially developed and prepared computers called servers. When Internet users want to view your website, all(…)

Free domain and micro-hosting with Per GB deal!!

The latest offering from Imaginet includes not only the highest priority bandwidth on the IS network and the highest speeds, but also free co.za domain registration and Micro-hosting Imaginet’s Per GB Business packages offer the highest priority bandwidth on the IS network and the highest speeds. We’re proud to offer these quality unshaped broadband connections with no(…)

New amazing Basic Home Uncapped ADSL prices from Imaginet

Have a look at our new Amazing Prices  for basic home uncapped data at Imaginet. Go to https://www.imaginet.co.za/product/internet/uncapped-adsl.html and see for yourself. At Imaginet, the Internet has become such an important part of our daily lives we can’t imagine being without it! We don’t want to imagine you without it either, so our Basic Home Uncapped ADSL(…)

The importance of user intent for SEO

What is user intent and why has it become so important in optimizing your website? There is a  huge difference between standard  keyword research and establishing user intent in the praxis of SEO. An excellent article from http://provenrankings.com provides this insight. “Keyword research has long been heralded as a pillar of a proper SEO strategy. In fact, without(…)

CLOUD COMPUTING VS. TRADITIONAL PC #INFOGRAPHIC

The infographic below provides a basic overview of the difference between  cloud computing and the traditional computer to back up your data. One of the most obvious differences  is that equipment failure or failure of your hard drive will usually mean the loss of all your data – while data stored on cloud is not linked to local(…)

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