How to Pick a Good Web Hosting Service : Part One

By  Perseverance Tavagwisa

many start-ups are facing challenges in choosing the best web-hosting service providers. we picked a up a few from PC Mag below.

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If you’re looking to build a Web domain, you need to find a Web host (a company that will store your files on its servers). Web hosting companies offer shared dedicated and virtual server packages, but that doesn’t mean that they’re cookie cutter products. Web hosting is a varied landscape in which pricing, storage capacity, RAM, CPU power, databases, email accounts, and other factors are vital differentiators that separate one provider from the next.

Desperately Seeking Servers
Before you decide on a Web hosting package, you need to know which type of hosting best suits your needs.

  • Shared servers are very affordable, but they can prove problematic when other sites on the server eat up system resources and impact your domain’s performance.
  • Dedicated servers eliminate shared server issues by allocating all of the system resources to your domain, but you’ll pay a pretty penny for the exclusivity.
  • Virtual servers fall somewhere between shared and dedicated; multiple domains can exist on a virtual server, but they operate in a dedicated server-like fashion.

Investigate the pros and cons of each server type before plunking down your credit card—especially “unlimited bandwidth” claims that aren’t truly unlimited. A Web host that has 24/7 customer support is desirable, too. You’ll want someone to call when your site inevitably goes down at three in the morning.

Linux vs. Windows Servers
Web hosting involves more than just selecting a server type; you have to decide whether you want to go with a Linux-based and Windows-based server (yes, servers require operating systems).

    • Linux-based servers are generally more popular, wallet-friendly investments. This is the route to take if you don’t need to run apps that require Microsoft software.


  • Windows-based servers will set you back a few more bucks, but it’s worth the dollars if you need to run specific apps. For example, if you have custom applications written in Microsoft’s .NET language, you’ll want to toss some money at a Windows-based Web server.

Pore over several Web hosts’ Linux and Windows offerings before pulling the monetary trigger.

If you’re ready to select a good Web hosting service, check out the links below to learn more about some of the biggest names in the space.

1&1 bluehost
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$4.99 at 1&1at 1&11& offers a wide array of shared, virtual, and dedicated server packages that cater to personal and commercial needs of over 12 million customers.
$6.99 at BlueHostat BlueHostBluehost’s name may not be as recognizable as Go Daddy’s, but the web host provider boasts over 20,000 new customers per month and a customer base in the millions.



dreamhost godaddy
$8.95 at DreamHostat DreamHostDreamHost’s homepage boasts that the company provides hosting for over 350,000 customers that have created over 1.3 million blogs, apps, and websites.
$3.99 at GoDaddyat GoDaddyChances are that when you think of Web hosting, Go Daddy immediately comes to mind. The company’s Danica Patrick-fronted marketing blitz, as well as memorable Super Bowl commercials, has contributed to its massive public mind share.



hostgator inmotion
$3.96 at HostGatorat HostGatorHostGator may be represented by a cartoon alligator, but the decade-old company is serious Web-hosting solution for those looking for a stable, relaiable online presence.
InMotion Hosting
$5.99 at InMotionat InMotionBoasting green data centers, free data backups, and fast “Smart Routing” technology, InMotion Hosting is trying to get a leg up on the online hosting competition.



ipage justhost
$7.49 at iPageat iPageiPage offers a suite of online hosting solutions for any level of consumer. The company’s hosting plans come with access to online tutorials and 24/7 customer support via email, phone, and chat.
$6.99 at JustHostat JustHostJustHost wants potential customers to believe that it’s “the last hosting plan they’ll ever need” thanks to dedicated servers that come with instant provisioning and enhanced caching.



webcom yahoosmb
$9.96 at Web.comat Web.comWith roots dating back to the late ’90s, is one of the mainstays in the Web hosting space. All hosting packages include a 1-year free domain name.
Yahoo! Small Business
$3.74 at Yahoo! Small Businessat Yahoo! Small BusinessThe super-affordable Yahoo! Small Business offers three hosting packages that cater to personal and commercial needs. In addition, Yahoo! offers a $75 credit toward search advertising on the Yahoo! Bing Network.


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