Tips to Choose the Best Web Hosting Provider?

Smith_euk

New member
Hello,

Can anyone share their tips and experience about searching and selecting the right web hosting provider? I want to share it with my blog visitors.
 

emogenetailor

New member
Here are important points you should consider before choosing the Hosting Provider -
  • Speed and Performance
  • Server Security
  • Backups
  • Bandwidth
  • RAM
  • Storage
  • Technical Support
  • Scalability
  • Server Location
  • Pricing
  • Operating System Options
  • Cancellation and Refund Policy
  • Server Migration
  • Number of website Hosting
 

rowebca

Member
To know much better about which web hosting provides the best service, you have to google for this or visit this site. There have a lot of reviews and articles on this.
First of all never trust reviews from websites doing reviews, most of them are paid so is irrelevant. It is simple, choose one that has refund policy on money back and test it. Test how fast they respond to a ticket and you'll realize if worth it. But like I said never trust paid reviews !!!
 

host.com.tw

New member
I think you can just start with the free subdomain that providers offer and even have a 30-day money-back guarantee, then experience the network performance, support expertise, uptime rate,...After all, you will have the right decision.
 

S4 Hosting

Active member
I think something people overlook is "time in business" how long have they been around?

I'm always a bit amused by this one. I just run through the little thing in my mind that if nobody should buy from a business that hasn't been around for at least a year (or other random amount of time) then how the hell is the business expected to last for that long in the first place.
 

Spin Severs

New member
I'm always a bit amused by this one. I just run through the little thing in my mind that if nobody should buy from a business that hasn't been around for at least a year (or other random amount of time) then how the hell is the business expected to last for that long in the first place.

True. But, that is just a single factor to take into account with many others. I wouldn't discount a business solely based on that single criteria.
 

HostColor

Member
A long business record is key. A public statement that discloses the Infrastructure and software automation platform in use is also a good sign.
 
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