I am looking best asp.net core 1.1 hosting

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I am looking for a cheap asp.net core 1.1 hosting Which will allow remote MSSQL database connection from remote host as I would host website on one server and database on another server. Please help me in:

I can't afford much so looking for shared hosting
Guide me what to look for before buying domain and hosting from any seller and the bandwidth criteria and how much visitors can shared hosting can handle without giving any problem
I do not know much about vps,dedicated and cloud hosting so which hosting I should need in future if my business grow
Is it true that server location effect page load speed?

Anyone have experience with that hosting service? Or, do you have any other recommendation? Please I need suggestion

Thank you.
 

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I am looking for a cheap asp.net core 1.1 hosting Which will allow remote MSSQL database connection from remote host as I would host website on one server and database on another server. Please help me in:

I can't afford much so looking for shared hosting
Guide me what to look for before buying domain and hosting from any seller and the bandwidth criteria and how much visitors can shared hosting can handle without giving any problem
I do not know much about vps,dedicated and cloud hosting so which hosting I should need in future if my business grow
Is it true that server location effect page load speed?

Anyone have experience with that hosting service? Or, do you have any other recommendation? Please I need suggestion

Thank you.
Firstly, welcome to FH.

Secondly. Shared hosting won't help your cause. You will need a vps / dedi for your business / project.

PM me your requirements & budget, I might have a package for you.
 

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Hey endreww,

We offer asp.net Core and remote MSSQL access on our Windows Shared hosting.

It sounds like you are just starting out with a fairly new website, correct? If so, shared hosting would be perfect for you. There is no reason to spend the extra money on a VPS if you have a low traffic site.

Regarding your question of how much traffic you can have on shared hosting, it depends.
What resources your provider gives you.
How well your website is optimised.

The best way to go is to start slow/small, and grow when you need to.
 
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