Google Maps: What is it?
What is it?
Millions of people search Google Maps every day. A free listing on Google Maps makes it easy for them to find you. Use the Local Business Center to create your free listing. When potential customers search Maps for local information, they'll find your business: your address, hours of operation, even photos of your storefront or products. It's easy, free, and you don't need a website of your own.
Reach new customers on Google Maps and Google.com
Local customers are already searching for the products and services you offer. Why not make it easy for them to find you on Google search and on Google Maps? The Google Local Business Center is the place to start.
RL Hanson-Online can add your website to Google Maps
We provide the Local Business Center and Google Maps management as part of an add-on service to our web design and web maintenance. It's an affordable way to boost your website's search ranking and indexing through Google.
Secured Payroll Partners
Official unveiling! Welcome to our new client, Secured Payroll Partners, located in Manhattan, Kansas! We've just completed their new logo design and website concept.
They provide payroll processing services as well as HR support and offer web-based time-keeping for their clients. We have streamlined some of the processes for them and cretaed an easy to navigate, user-friendly site.
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For our hosting customers: Did you know?
What are the features of my AWSTATS?
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The unique visitors section of the summary page will show the amount of “Unique” or different visitors to a page. This is normally the amount asked for by other webmasters. This is a true number of visitors to a site for the current month.
Number of Visits
The number of visits is the amount of users that come to the site including return visitors. This is the amount of unique visitors combined with return visits. So if a user visits a page more then once in a 12 hour period, each of those visits will be counted and displayed here.
The pages section displays the amount of pages that have been viewed for the month. This basically shows the amount of pages within a site that have been viewed by users throughout the month.
Hits are the amount of visits a site receives plus the amount of connections per user. Each user that displays a web page may make multiple connections to the server to download images, text and any other information that may be needed for the page to display. This is all logged and is displayed as the amount of total hits a site receives.
The bandwidth displays the current bandwidth usage for the month. It also displays the average usage per user. This is the average amount of bandwidth a user may use each visit. This will give a good idea of what the bandwidth usage is like for the month and give a basis for calculating the monthly bandwidth usage.