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Rocket host bridges the gap between web hosting and websites

Rocket host bridges the gap between web hosting and websites.

Pixelweb the established Auckland based web design company have now launched a new sister company called Rocket Host to service the New Zealand web hosting market.

As of the beginning of June after soft launching earlier this year Rocket Host is now serving New Zealand businesses with super fast reliable web hosting using top of the range HP dedicated servers based in the heart of Auckland CBD.

We use only the best software meaning that customers can access the more expensive but best of breed cPanel software, being one of the few web hosting companies in New Zealand to offer this platform.

Not only that but being backed by the great guys at Pixelweb we can offer website support along with your web hosting. But not only that, we can also offer support on social media, digital marketing and SEO.

We can offer all the services small and medium sized business need all at the end of a phone speaking to a real person in Auckland!

If you use Open Source software, for example WordPress, Joomla CMS, Magento Commerce to name a few then we are your hosting company of choice. All backed by a 30 day money back guarantee you won’t be disappointed.

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