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How to Choose Hosting

The webhosting services have turned into crucial part of people’s lives and business. The development of the Internet had led to a huge increase of the hosting business. Nowadays you can hardly find any serious company which don’t have their own website. But there are still companies which don’t have enough Internet presence to allow them to grow rapidly. I am sure that this will change soon. In order for you to have a visible website which the internet users can visit 24/7, you need a reliable hosting service. The term comes from the word “host” which means to host – meaning that this is a service which provides space for websites, so that they can work.

Online shopping had developed a lot and people prefer to shop from their phone, rather than wasting time in going to the shops; the need of hosting for the companies had turned into something vital like electricity or water. If you don’t have a website, you waste the opportunity to communicate with a lot of potential customers for your service and this leads to waste of sales. That is why you need webhosting – so that you can have a website and make sales.

In this article I want to explain the opportunities you have on the hosting market. Some of them are good, others – not so much. That is why it is important to know what you want to achieve with your website, how important it is for you. What hosting solution would be the most suitable and effective one for your needs depends on that. Choosing the wrong hosting plan will lead to difficulties in managing the website, as well as your online business.

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Why Is Your Website Loading Slowly?

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Why is your website loading slowly? That’s a question every website owner wants to know the answer for if their web site takes too long to load. They usually ask their web hosting providers or their web developers for help. Is the server slow or there is something wrong within the code of the website which is causing the slowness? That’s a question which is hard to answer if you don’t have enough experience dealing with small web sites and troubleshooting the reasons for a slow website. Your web designer and your web hosting company or systems administrator are the ones who can help you find out the exact cause and then apply steps to optimize the web site or upgrade your server.

By all means, your website should take no more than 3 seconds to load else you are losing visitors and eventually sales. Bounce rate increases up to 32% when your web site loads from 1 to 3 seconds. The math says you lose 30% of the money you spend for ads if your web site takes more than 3 seconds to load.

This article will show you the reasons for slow sites in most of the times. I will try to write it as simple as possible so more people can understand it and know what they have to do next to transform their web site and make it load as fast as possible.

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Reseller Hosting or Cloud Server Hosting


Web design studios often ask about the type of hosting they should choose. They are not sure what to choose and what will work best for their needs. Most often web developers use reseller hosting or cloud server hosting for their web sites and online projects. Which one is better? Which one should you choose? The answer depends on many factors. In this article I will try to cover what you need to know before the final decision. That will make you choice an educated one which is much better than shooting in the dark. It will save you future headaches and time. So, you are a web designer and you don’t know what type of hosting to sign up for? Continue reading and you will find out what will work best for you.

Reseller hosting became popular about 15 years ago. At that time there was no cloud server hosting nor VPS hosting. You could choose between a reseller account or a dedicated server. The cost difference between the two is huge. Then VPS hosting became popular and people started ordering virtual servers instead of dedicated since a VPS provides the same functionality but with less systems resources.

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