Managed UK Web Hosting

Need a website up but don’t want to deal with your hosting account yourself?

No worries, we’ve got you covered. With our managed hosting, you just give us a call or email us and we’ll take care of everything from installing scripts to setting up email addresses. We’ll even sort out a sitemap (once your site is ready), submit it to Google Webmaster Tools and install Analytics at no cost.

Prices start at £30/month.

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Why Choose Us?

  • Hand coded web designs from scratch, everytime.
  • We code to meet the latest web standards
  • Easy to use content management system included, as standard
  • We manage your hosting & domains, so you don't have to!
  • E-commerce solutions for your current or new website
  • Confused? We give free impartial advice to all clients

We believe, your website should help you to reach your goals.

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What Our Clients Say

” I want to thank you for your help on our wordpress website . You were able to do what our former provider could not do and you did it quickly and completely.

It is great to have a resource like RX Host to rely upon. You were thorough and offered ideas and assistance beyond what I could have expected. I know that AIR Graphics will be utilizing your services as we expand our website. I only wish we had started the entire process with you.”

Kevin Cully, Executive Vice President
Air Graphics

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From the Blog...

Improve your bounce rate using wordpress plugins

May 2, 2011

Creating content, and driving traffic to your site or blog takes a lot of time and dedication, but what can you do to improve your bounce rate? Bounce Rate – what is it? Your bounce rate represents the number of users that visit your site and then quickly leave, without clicking through to any other pages. How can you improve your bounce rate? The easiest thing to do is give your visitors something else to do on your page. For example, if you’re running a blog with WordPress, you can simple install a Related Posts plugin (we use the Yet […]

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