NEXCESS NET
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NEXCESS NET

Company Info:
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Nexcess.net
Company description:
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Provides web hosting solutions for websites including shared and reseller web hosting to virtual private servers. Based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States.
Ownership:
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Privately Held
Revenue:
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$1 - 10M ($5,000,000 estimated) Ranked 30 at HostMonk
Employees:
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0 - 25 (15 estimated) Ranked 64 at HostMonk
Owned domains:
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sysadmintalk.com, hice-dev.org, newyorkpizzaannarbor.com
Supported product types:
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VPS, Dedicated server, Web hosting
Contacts:
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1 contacts at Jigsaw
Jigsaw company details:
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Nexcess was founded in 2000 as the proverbial "two guys in a garage" with aspirations of providing good, quality hosting services to the masses. The masses, in the beginning, were simply friends, family and any other people we could convince into using our fledgling service. It was very slow going in the beginning which gave us time to think… and write software. The InterWorx™ brand of web hosting control panel software was actually born, in part, out of our early days of tinkering. InterWorx™ was spun off in 2005 but we still take time to tinker during the slower days, even if they are fewer in number.

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Alexa traffic rank in US:
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Unique monthly visitors:
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42,302 (Compete.com) Ranked 23 at HostMonk
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1.567 Seconds, 54% of the sites are faster Ranked 35 at HostMonk
Site categories:
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Web Design and Development/Hosting
Contact Info:
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nexcess (3444 followers)
"Beyond Hosting - You focus on your site's content and we'll focus on keeping it online - big, small or in between."
Ranked 19 at HostMonk
Address:
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304 1/2 S. State St, Ann Arbor, MI 48104, US
304 1/2 S. State St, Ann Arbor, MI 48104, US
Phone:
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+1 866 639 2377
Official email:
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support@nexcess.net
Support email:
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support@nexcess.net
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Blog posts
Recent posts from NEXCESS NET blog:
How Do Server Clusters Make WordPress And Magento Websites Faster?
Mar 09, 2016
We host websites that range from solo blogs and small eCommerce stores to huge WordPress publications and Magento stores with stratospheric levels of traffic. We can accommodate such a diverse range of hosting requirements because of the different infrastructure configurations we offer. In this article, I’d like to discuss how we are able to host… Continue reading ?
Looking Forward To WordPress 4.5
Mar 08, 2016
Twice a year, WordPress’s developers release a beta for the upcoming version of everyone’s favorite content management system. The most recent beta landed in early March, and is ready for testing by WordPress site owners who want to get a preview of the new features and test their plugins and themes before the final release,… Continue reading ?
Google Shopping Insights Will Help eCommerce Retailers Target Ads To High Demand Areas
Mar 03, 2016
One of the most challenging aspects of building an effective eCommerce advertising strategy is deciding which regions to target. A new tool from Google — Google Shopping Insights — aims to make it easier for eCommerce retailers to target advertising to markets with higher volumes of interest in specific products. Google Shopping Insights — currently… Continue reading ?
To Hamburger Or Not To Hamburger — A UI Question
Mar 01, 2016
The number of users who access sites on mobile devices has increased dramatically over the last few years, both as an absolute number and as a proportion of site traffic. In many areas of the web, mobile users now outnumber those who visit sites from desktop or laptop machines. The predominance of smaller screens has… Continue reading ?
Best Magento, EECMS, and WordPress 2016: Roundup #1
Feb 25, 2016
With political season well underway, what’s the only thing that Donald Trump and President Obama agree on? ExpressionEngine. That’s right. ExpressionEngine. Feel free to check out the rest of the top twenty EE sites in the roundup below. If you were unable to attend the first WordPress REST API conference, we’ve included the review of… Continue reading ?
Build An Audience For Your WordPress Site With Email Newsletters
Feb 24, 2016
A few years ago, I had all but given up on email newsletters. My inbox was full of junk newsletters stuffed with thin content and promotional garbage that didn’t provide a shred of value. I spent more time deleting newsletters than reading them. But over the last couple of years, email newsletters have become genuinely… Continue reading ?
What Does The Recently Discovered GNU C Library Vulnerability Mean For Web Hosting Clients
Feb 23, 2016
Last week, Google and Red Hat revealed they had discovered a serious vulnerability in the GNU C Library, a collection of software present on almost all Linux servers and used by many Linux-based applications. The vast majority of web hosting platforms — including ours — run on Linux. I’d like to take a quick look… Continue reading ?
Should WordPress Business Bloggers Cross-Post To Medium?
Feb 18, 2016
Medium is a powerhouse publishing platform from the founder of Blogger and co-founder and former CEO of Twitter — Evan Williams. It offers push-button publishing, a beautiful reading experience, and a social graph that makes promoting content relatively straightforward. Williams has not been shy about his intentions for Medium: “The idea won’t be to start… Continue reading ?
Does Your eCommerce Business Need A Mobile App?
Feb 17, 2016
For the last couple of years there has been a heated debate between supporters of native apps and those who are strongly in favor of the mobile web. Native app proponents argue that the mobile web will never provide the level of device-integration and performance that a native app is capable of. Mobile web proponents… Continue reading ?
What’s slowing down your website?
Feb 16, 2016
By now, you’ve probably heard statistics that show that website loading speeds affect conversion rates of website visitors into leads, and into eCommerce sales. Loading speeds can definitely have an impact on your bottom line, especially for mobile users, whose connection speeds are more likely limited. Speeds can also impact your ability to cost effectively… Continue reading ?
Many WordPress Sites Hacked To Redirect Users To Malware Sites
Feb 11, 2016
A spate of articles from web security companies report that numerous WordPress sites have been the victim of an attack that leads to code being injected into the JavaScript of WordPress installations. The code is injected into all of a site’s legitimate JavaScript files, and includes various backdoors as well as redirects that send users… Continue reading ?
Get Your WordPress Content Into Google News
Feb 10, 2016
When you search Google for a topic with relevance to current affairs, you may notice a section on the results page called “In The News”. Unlike some of the other search page sections, the news section doesn’t come from Google’s main index, but from Google News — an algorithmic curation of new stories that have… Continue reading ?
Protecting Your Magento eCommerce Store From Ransomware Attacks
Feb 09, 2016
For a particular type of morally bankrupt individual, the idea of ransomware must appear to be a stroke of brilliance. For everyone else, ransomware is the stuff of nightmares. That goes double for eCommerce merchants, for whom their store and its data is their business and livelihood. The loss of data to a ransomware attack… Continue reading ?
Think Bigger Than Blog Articles For WordPress Content Marketing Success
Feb 04, 2016
WordPress started life as a blogging engine. Today’s WordPress retains many of the traits of its first years, even though it has long since shaken off its image as “just a blogging engine”. Now supporting a quarter of the top million sites on the web, WordPress is a uniquely powerful and flexible publishing tool. Nevertheless,… Continue reading ?
Stop Brute Force Bots Wasting Your WordPress Site’s Resources
Feb 03, 2016
A brute force attack is the least sophisticated technique online criminals have to compromise WordPress sites. It doesn’t take advantage of obscure coding errors or advanced social engineering techniques. Rather, a brute force attacker simply tries lots of username and password combinations until they find one that works. The execution may be more or less… Continue reading ?
Fast And Easy WordPress Development Environments With VagrantPress
Feb 02, 2016
There are many reasons a WordPress user might want to create a WordPress installation on their local machine. Testing plugins and themes before deploying them on a live site Creating a dev site for theme development Running WordPress Betas to try new features Installing WordPress on your desktop or laptop can be a complicated procedure,… Continue reading ?
Does Your Company Own Its Domain Names?
Jan 28, 2016
For modern businesses, domain names are an essential part of branding. Most consumers are aware of businesses through their domain name, and all companies with a presence online invest a big chunk of their marketing budget promoting their site. That makes domains valuable. They’re the rare commodity that can be had for a nominal cost,… Continue reading ?
The Six Step Plan To A Successful Business Blog
Jan 27, 2016
Commercial blogging as part of a content marketing strategy is not easy. It’s not coal mining, but nor is it a walk in the park. It’s particularly difficult for business owners who have been told that blogging will increase traffic to their site and visibility in social media, but who have no experience of professional… Continue reading ?
Are dedicated IP addresses still necessary?
Jan 26, 2016
The short answer: probably, but not for the reasons many still believe. Not any more, at least. “Once upon a time” in eCommerce equals about 18 to 24 months. Once up a time, if your site needed a SSL certificate to process credit card transactions, you needed a dedicated IP address. Once upon a time,… Continue reading ?
2015’s Best ExpressionEngine, Magento, and WordPress Content
Jan 22, 2016
2015 was a big year. We were lucky enough to see the long-awaited releases of Magento 2 and ExpressionEngine 3, as well as numerous WordPress releases. More on that below. So for this month’s roundup, we included some of the best recent stories as well as a few articles and bits of news that shaped… Continue reading ?
Information sources: Alexa Jigsaw Compete.com