How much it costs to buy hosting? This info I got is this currect? add ur opinions

Which hosting is cheap and best for fresher like me?

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Rahul_A

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After search i found Hosting cost varies depending upon the plan and your requirements. Cost can be from $2.49/mon to $729, and even in some premium plans it goes higher. For website, basically there are 5 types of hosting which can provide web solution and these are:

  • Cloud hosting: Cloud hosting involves group of servers which are working together to handle your website so that your website runs efficiently. It is a bit expensive but the appropriate option if you want to keep your website up.
  • Price Range: $ 5- $7 per month.
  • Shared hosting:If you are a beginner in online industry or your website is having low traffic then you can start with shared hosting as it is the cheapest hosting services.
  • Price Range: $ 2.40/mon
  • WordPress hosting: You can run your WordPress site through any hosting service. Bluehost is one of the best for WordPress hosting.
  • Price Range: $2.95/mon
  • Dedicated hosting: This is a hosting services which is a bit expensive in comparison to others but it gives you best business solution.
  • Price Range: $119-$145/mon
  • VPS hosting: According to the research, InMotion’s VPS hosting plans are preferable.
Now tell me is there any other option or cheaper option than this?
 

gohostgo

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After search i found Hosting cost varies depending upon the plan and your requirements. Cost can be from $2.49/mon to $729, and even in some premium plans it goes higher. For website, basically there are 5 types of hosting which can provide web solution and these are:

  • Cloud hosting: Cloud hosting involves group of servers which are working together to handle your website so that your website runs efficiently. It is a bit expensive but the appropriate option if you want to keep your website up.
  • Price Range: $ 5- $7 per month.
  • Shared hosting:If you are a beginner in online industry or your website is having low traffic then you can start with shared hosting as it is the cheapest hosting services.
  • Price Range: $ 2.40/mon
  • WordPress hosting: You can run your WordPress site through any hosting service. Bluehost is one of the best for WordPress hosting.
  • Price Range: $2.95/mon
  • Dedicated hosting: This is a hosting services which is a bit expensive in comparison to others but it gives you best business solution.
  • Price Range: $119-$145/mon
  • VPS hosting: According to the research, InMotion’s VPS hosting plans are preferable.
Now tell me is there any other option or cheaper option than this?
Hello Rahul_A,
Yes, So many Web Hosting are providing offers and prices are different from different Web Hosting Providers.
You can check our Web Hosting Prices. "Reasonable as usual"
Thanks.
 

geethaa

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Go with the shared hosting best choice for startups. Low cost and easy to manage with all needed things.
 

WerdPressEh

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WordPress hosting should be broken into two parts:

WordPress hosting: Really not much different than traditional shared hosting. WP may or may not be preinstalled for you, WordPress specific support is usually not as good, environment is not built for WP. May or may not be able to keep things auto updated. Mainly marketing gimmick.

Managed WordPress hosting: You really need to do your own research here. It can be essentially the same as above and run on a generic shared server with something like Softaculous for keeping things up to date. A real (imo) managed provider uses a stack / environment that is built and tuned specifically for WordPress offering much better performance, security, stability, and features than WordPress hosting. Support is usually specialists in WordPress and therefore better at what they do.

Pricing on both can get managed WordPress that performs very well for $2/mo and you can go all the way up to $100s/month for a similar setup. You really need to do a comparison and talk to support / sales of each company. Rea the fine print so you are not surprised and don't get nickle and dimed to death.
 
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