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A Google search for 'hosted business software' returns a hulking 32,300 products, yet the average hosting company supports fewer than 40. But if your website requires one of the 32,300 online software products not supported by your host you're likely to spend a ton of money only to be left out in the cold.

The problem is that the thousands of products don't make the cut and are hard to use without help from the folks running the servers. If you have a website you're familiar with 'unsupported items', and the linked frustrations. The 'unsupported' attitude forces you to use stock solutions or risk hosting on your own. Stock software chokes innovation and drives commoditization, while flying solo on hosting is technically debilitating. Yet hosts plod on with tired service models.

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