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When it comes to web hosting, up time is probably one of the most important aspects that a user needs to look into. No one wants their websites to go down all the time. Most of the web hosting service providers can achive 99.9% up time now. However, when their servers are down, you only get compensated for web hosting cost but not the business loss due to website down time. Therefore, the reliability should really be on the top of your priority list. There are other aspects that you need to look into as well, such as website performance. As you may know, shared web hosting accounts are not using web server system resources exclusively. Hundreds or even thousands of websites are sharing the same machine. The hard drive becomes a bottle neck some times. If I/O speeds are a concern to you, get one of those SSD web hosts such as A2 Hosting and DreamHost. Their SSD configuration will speed up your website significantly. For those of you who are already familiar with cPanel web hosting, you might want to look into the control panel the web hosting company is using. If its not cPanel, it might take you some time to get used to the control panel. You can always stick with Bluehost, HostGator, and JustHost to be on the safe side. Last but not least, you need to read some reviews to find out more about web hosting service providers' support teams. If they are located in the U.S. and can provide prompt support in English, they are likely to be a good support team. Also web hosting companies that own online forums for users to discuss web hosting issues are the ones that you want to go with.
Shared web hosting plans are not meant to be for the websites that receive heavy Internet traffic. If you own one of those websites, you might want to get a VPS or even dedicated server instead. Shared web hosting companies will push you to upgrade to their VPS hosting plans, however, it is up to you to decide if you should stick with them once you websites become very popular. There are other options such as the VPS hosting companies. They specialize in VPS hosting so that they have more expertise in system administration. If you still prefer a control panel, go with the managed VPS hosting. Otherwise, you can save your money by administering an unmanaged VPS server yourself. WiredTree has a pretty good reputation and ServInt is a little more expensive. Both are very good VPS hosting providers. You won't go wrong if you go with either one of them.
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