About The Cyber Web,
We are not a new company just because you
have not heard of us yet. We are just smaller than web.com,
godaddy.com, 1and1.com, network solutions or quickbooks and
Homestead. That's right, we are the ones not running Suprebowl
The Cyber Web, Inc is a Florida corporation
formed in 2001 as an Internet hosting business. The corporation
was formed 4 years after the initial website thecyberweb.com was built and DBA was filed back in 1997.
Our Experience in the Internet is vast and
far reaching having been here long before most people ever even
had computers in their homes. So we were building websites before
anyone even knew what a website was.
While we have remained small we also have
been successful and rock solid as a company as our customers have
come and gone.
Our entry into the "Do It Yourself"
sitebuilder market is late 2003 started with BumblebeeWorks.com
which was quickly replaced with pageBuzz.com in 2005 when we
realized our initial programming wire frame did not support the
development and growth our customers would need going forward.
While we have maintained thousands of our
own websites our primary focus is pageBuzz.com and the "Do
It Yourself Website Hosting".
We operate bumblebeesales.com as our primary affiliate program and interface for
our thousands of independent sales agents. Payments are made each
week in this lucrative program for customer referals.
We also run many websites as marketing
tools, for example buzztrader.com and craftersbuzz.com, two of our earliest and very successful
Buzztrader.com is a free automotive
classified where car dealers can add their inventory and even
feed that to their own website for free. It has allowed us to
develop a full used car dealer website hosting system on pageBuzz through years of trial and error
working with thousands of car dealers to create the tools they
wanted and needed online.
Similarly, crafterbuzz.com is a free
classified for artists and crafters which brought masses of small
artists to our hosting platform. Again working with thousands of
independent crafters gave us a great insight into the tools and
resources they needed to run their online businesses.
We remain very strong today in both markets
as well as many others by using outside websites to build
customers and an understanding of their needs unique to their
We have remained small because we like the
personal interaction with our customers, the ability to develop
programs for them and lean from their experiences. We can stay
closer to the front line and make changes quickly to meet
evolving trends in areas such as social media or video marketing.
We have had opportunities to go big and
turned them down because we are happy being a pageBuzz.com and we
don't need to have thousands of employees like our biggest
competitors. We prefer working with our family and only a handful
of great employees.
We feel the customers get lost when the
company is all about making money, they usually forget about
actually providing a great service.
We would rather focus on our service and
have happy and loyal customers than a company that only sees the
bottom line profit.
Don't get me wrong, we want the profit as
well, but we make more than enough money for our lifestyle.
But don't think because we are small that
we are working out of the trunk of our car or our parents
We have our own private enterprise level
datacenter with dedicated fiber optic lines. We are able to
update and change hardware on a regular schedule. We have
millions of dollars invested in hardware and software, a huge
intellectual property portfolio and a very strong and popular
brand. We have all the resources we need to compete on the same
level as all the big boys and girls.
But our products and services are much
better than the big companies.
We have more technology and our producta
are more in line with client needs. We are not a profit driven
company, so even if we lose money developing technology we don't
care as long as the customer gets what they need. Our competitors
look only at programs that earn money and that makes their
service much weaker than ours.
We prefer slow steady growth and having a
solid foundation, working with each customer one on one, and
honestly, we like hearing how great we are and how much our
customers depend on us.
All the Thank You's and warn comments from
our customers go a long way and make everything we have done
worth it. We would never want to give that up just to make a few
extra dollars each week.
So we will continue to grow slowly, always
keeping in mind that the customer comes first and never lose
sight of who actually pays our bills.