by Nick Nichols
If your web pages are down, even momentarily, it can hurt you several ways. Learn why, and what to do to make sure your pages are visible the maximum amount of time.
The Internet has changed the way we access information, and the way we buy and sell products and services. When it works, which, fortunately, is most of the time, ideas and cash flow from person to person, company to company, and country to country.
But when the inevitable happens and your pages go down, your business, your bank account and your reputation can suffer, especially if you are unaware of the down status of your e-business operations for more than a few minutes. One way this can hurt you is with the search engines.