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Web hosting permits you to put your site on the web. After your site has been constructed, you need to "serve" it to visitors browsing the web. Most Web Hosts can offer you a several web hosting options with various capacities and functionalities allowing you to choose a plan which fits your budget and your site's needs.

 

Things to consider when choosing a proper hosting plan are: the size & complexity of your site, the number of visitors you plan to have over time, where your primary audience is physically located and so on.

It is vitally important to choose the best web hosting for your project. The "best" hosting for you might not be the same as your competitors or your 'geek' friend down the road 🙂

 

The 'best' Web Hosting for you will include enough resources to keep your site(s) running smoothly at all times. Tech savvy webmasters can manage their own servers and may rarely need the tech support of a Host. You may be different (like me!)  and require managed hosting with good tech support 24/7.

 

If, for example, your interest is in developing an online game or gaming platform, chances are that you need good security and very high performance. This means that you must use VPS or perhaps a Dedicated Server hosting plan.

 

Another example would be that you might be just starting out and creating your first blog . In this case, we can recommend a managed shared hosting plan. These plans are plentiful and very economical, often costing no more than $5 monthly.

No. There are many web hosting providers that do not offer administrator access to their servers. It's all good though. cPanel (control panel) is offered by many, many hosting outfits as cPanel is one of the most popular control panel options on the planet.

 

Other control panel options include DirectAdmin, Plesk etc.

 

DirectAdmin, for example, has become more popular lately due to cPanel licensing fees climbing steadily. 

 

We recommend finding a solid hosting company that offers cPanel included in the hosting plan with no additional expense.. especially if you are just getting started.

A Virtual Private Server (VPS) is a method of dividing server resources into several independent virtual servers. Each virtual server will have the characteristics of a dedicated server, using virtualization techniques.

 

A VPS works nearly the same as a dedicated server except that it is not in physical form, but completely virtual. This eliminates expensive hardware investments but provides you with plenty of horsepower for more demanding web applications.. all at a competitive price.

With such a large number of webhosting providers to choose from, picking a particular plan can be overwhelming. Recognizing that proper hosting administration relies generally upon the volume of traffic that your website will generate.

 

On the off chance that you don’t have a clue as to where to begin, you would do well to search for a shared hosting plan. Most bloggers and aspiring webmasters needn’t bother with a great deal of processing power and are best served by the most reasonable hosting plans fit for taking care of a smaller crowd.

 

Remember, most hosting plans are easily upgradeable and a good hosting provider will make the move to more robust plans a smooth transition. 

Above are some of the most frequently asked questions about web hosting. If you cannot find an answer to your questions here, we invite you to consult our blog for more information.

 

We also invite you to contact us via this form with any questions or suggestions you may have. Thank You!