Web Hosting Guide - How to Chose a Web Host

Introduction: Web Hosting Guide - How to Chose a Web Host

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This is how to choose web hosting.

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    johnny pops
    johnny pops

    1 year ago

    How to Chose a Web Host article is very good. But now we have one more way is to use virtual server. However, using a high quality VPS hosting or server is not as simple as using shared hosting, it requires certain knowledge and techniques, similar to managing a server. You should find a reputable supplier
    Source: https://www.webhosting1st.com/shared_web_hosting.html

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    mgrubor
    mgrubor

    7 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks in advice for web hosting I buy web host and domain look my website online shop

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    Gregorid
    Gregorid

    Reply 4 years ago

    If you buying hosting for your online business then you should maybe consider something more serious then regular shared hosting offers. Since you are going to open online shop my advice will be that you take some good dedicated hosting server. Search on the internet, there is some nice offers for dedicated hosting which I saw from HostJedi, HostGator, BlueHost and others..

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    webhostproinc

    Pretty cool! This would make a great back up server for a web hosting account. Would love to have a tutorial like this at http://webhost.pro if you can do one!

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    vanmankline
    vanmankline

    12 years ago on Introduction

    What is your thoughts on hosting hobby/personal sites from home using Apache or the software bundled with Ubuntu Server Edition? I already have a decent service provider/bandwidth at home and a decent computer to run it on.

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    AirbrushTricks
    AirbrushTricks

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    The only thing is security. Setting up security on a home server can be a challenge. You've really got to be on top of it.