Network connectivity defines a couple of things - just how many people will be able to check out a certain Internet site simultaneously and how fast they will be able to accomplish that. If the connection capacity is low, for example, the maximum throughput may be reached with just a couple of visitors looking at the website, so newcomers will not be able gain access to the web pages, or in a different scenario, all visitors can have problems. If the capacity is sufficient, but the web server access speed is low, it shall take longer for any webpage on the Internet site to load and this may result in visitors simply closing the Internet site, if they see that they have to wait for a minute or two just to look through a couple of pages. In this light, if you want to start and maintain a booming online presence, the hosting server where you host your Internet site should supply both excellent access speeds and great traffic capacity.