We help non-profits 12 hours per year free of charge (for most issues).
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We're here to help with any website-related technical questions your organization may have!
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12 Hours Per Year of Non-Profit Website Support!
We offer 12 hours per year (free of charge) with 24/7 availability for issues with your organization's website.
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We offer SEO Consulting, can assist with Domain Registration, and provide Hosting Recommendations.
While our core business is providing the world's fastest website support, we also provide consulting and recommendations to small businesses looking for direction on other products and services on the market.
If you're interested in learning more about our full service offerings, please call us at (408) 502-9339.
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