Need Advice for the Best Web Hosting Provider

Dayanara09

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We need a website that can handle three websites. Two of these websites receive minimal traffic; mainly, users type in the website addresses, and these sites are accessed elsewhere. The combined traffic for these two websites is approximately 50 people per month.

The third website will be developed in PHP and is expected to have a monthly visitor range of 10 people initially, gradually increasing to 1,000 people within six months. We anticipate having 10 students initially, growing to 30 by the year-end, and possibly reaching 100 by the following year. Therefore, we may need the ability to upgrade the website.

The students will watch videos hosted on YouTube and take quizzes and tests with multiple-choice questions on the site. Currently, this site is written in PHP 8.0. Please advise which hosting website would best suit for this. Thank you.
 
We need a website that can handle three websites. Two of these websites receive minimal traffic; mainly, users type in the website addresses, and these sites are accessed elsewhere. The combined traffic for these two websites is approximately 50 people per month.

The third website will be developed in PHP and is expected to have a monthly visitor range of 10 people initially, gradually increasing to 1,000 people within six months. We anticipate having 10 students initially, growing to 30 by the year-end, and possibly reaching 100 by the following year. Therefore, we may need the ability to upgrade the website.

The students will watch videos hosted on YouTube and take quizzes and tests with multiple-choice questions on the site. Currently, this site is written in PHP 8.0. Please advise which hosting website would best suit for this. Thank you.

Where is your students located geographically? In your case It is better to choose among hosting providers near to your end clients. Also, probably you will store and operate students personal data at your websites and it is important to check local laws related to data processing - it may give you some limitations.
 
You will have no problem hosting your website with any provider.
You should try to choose the one that best suits your needs among the different providers.
 
For websites containing this type of content, any hosting provider, and potentially any hosting package, would be suitable as long as it technically permits hosting such websites.
 
Don't sacrifice security and quality. It is not ideal to jump into affordable web hosts in which in the long run can lead to many problems such as web site accessibility and, worst, shutting down of web site.
 
@Dayanara09 Nothing that you listed in terms of specs that a regular shared hosting account cannot handle. Look for a simply shared hosting account that allows you to host a few websites (it's pretty common).

Since you are working with students, assuming they are connecting from a specific location, the best idea would be to find a provider that uses local datacenter (servers are hosted in the country where your students are, or as close to them as possible). This will provide a significantly better experience for them.
 

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