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How You Can Correctly Pick Your Hosting Companies

By Vince Chng

With thousands of web hosting providers in the market it might be tricky if not impossible to understand which web site hosting companies truly provide an excellent hosting solution at an exceptional value. Whenever you have an established domain name with a good web hosting company, you can get information on your traffic and which of your pages your clients are visiting most often, as well as many other statistics.

Your hosting company will charge you a fee for monthly service that ranges from $10 or $20 to the more pricey $50.00 per month. Plan to pay between $300 and $500 per year to your hosting service provider.

Always stay away from free or very cheap web host services, because you may suffer bouts of server downtimes and you are very likely to have considerable limitations in storage, number of email addresses, FTP upload etc.

Ensure your hosting company can support e-commerce and storefronts, wireless capability, blogs, forums, chats, online interactive helps and anything else you need to include onto your web site.

Estimate what your growth needs and ensure that this hosting service provider can serve you as you grow. The final thing you would like to do is to change host mid way unless you absolutely have to do so.

Examine your bandwidth capacity to make sure that, if your website page views grows quickly, your potential customers won’t need to wait to download or view information. Three things to consider in a web hosting company are:

1. Good Customer care: Your web hosting provider need to be there for you 24/7 and give you immediate access to the technicians you need to fix your problem. Ask them how much time it requires for them to usually reply to your problem. A good test is to phone them in the mid night to check if you get to a live, level 3 support.

2. A Sound Infrastructure: Examine whether they offer a multi-homed network powered by multiple bandwidth providers to make sure redundancy. Many offer a 100% assurance on its network availability or network uptime.

3. Financial Stability: If you’re operating very critical operations, you can’t afford to be with a web host provider that may not be in business in two or three months.

Vince Chng is an ordinary guy that making an average $40k per month online. He specializes in driving a massive targeted traffic to any website. To learn more about the simple traffic generating strategies, download his limited FREE giveaway copy of “750 Tips on Traffic Tactics” eBook Package value at $97.

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Chng, Vince "How You Can Correctly Pick Your Hosting Companies." How You Can Correctly Pick Your Hosting Companies. 27 Jun. 2010. 26 Dec 2014 <>.

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