How To Find The Right Shared Hosting?

smarthoster

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Hello FW guys,

I'm curious as to how you go about choosing the finest hosting company for you? Using only Google, Bing, or another search engine? What are the decision-making criteria?
The price to value ratio is the most clear. But what if you come across two providers who are exactly the same? : )
 

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But what if you come across two providers who are exactly the same? : )
Contact their support and ask them a question that needs some knowledge to answer, see which one gives an answer that makes most sense to you.
 

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You can follow these points while you are choosing the best hosting company for you:
-Check the web host’s server uptime record.
-Check if they offer multiple add-on domains.
-Ask about the company’s refund policy.
-Find out what a basic contract offers.
-Check for specialty features.
-Always check the reviews.
 

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Shared hosting is also known as virtual hosting but it is different from virtual private hosting. As defined by its name, shared hosting allows your website to "share" an already existing company's host. A hosting company does not only serve one website from the same server, but they may also host several companies and other sites. One of its advantages is that they are solely responsible for keeping your site up and running. Technical issues, security updates, bandwidth management and other related concerns are their responsibility. The hosting company will be the one to handle any problem and will address bad situations that might occur. The main advantage of this plan is the price. Due to the fact that you are sharing from someone's server, the cost is somewhat lower compared to other hosting services. Its downside would be you have no control over the physical server.

In short shared hosting is ideal for new entrants in online business. You don't have enough to spend and not enough of technical expert to make your online presence possible. Still you will be able to host your website for people across the world to access.
 
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