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Jul 9th, 2017
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What are the Different Types of Web Hosting Services?

If you recently built a website or planning to have one for your business, one of the things that you might get easily overwhelmed with once you begin is choosing the right web host. It’s true that building and designing the website is something that you leave to professional web designers you paid to do the heavy lifting for you, but the thing with web host selection is that it is your responsibility to pick the right one based on your website’s needs.

So, before you make a mess out of it, here’s a brief look of the available options for the moment.

1 – Shared Web Hosting Option
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Based on what the name implies, this hosting service is something you share with other websites. Basically, your website is hosted on the same server as several other websites. If your newly-built site does not have a lot of traffic yet and you don’t give it that much content in the first several months, this web hosting service is exactly what your need. But the biggest advantage of shared hosting is that it also means the cost is shared. Therefore, you expect to pay the minimum for this one.
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2 – Reseller Hosting Package

This is technically still a shared hosting account, but the difference is there will be additional tools provided so that you, the client, will have the opportunity to resell hosting space. Some of those perks include technical control via Web Host Manager and billing software.

3 – Cloud-Based Hosting

Moreover, cloud-based web hosting is an advanced and highly sophisticated web hosting option specifically designed for companies and large corporations that demand a lot in such a way that a typical web host can’t provide. It is described as one giant server that works by way of simultaneous operation from hundreds of individual servers. Accordingly, it is intended for the consistent need of room for accommodating large amount of traffic without the need to shut a website down.

4 – VPS

While we earlier said that shared hosting best fits upstart websites, you also have the option to choose something a little bit more advanced but won’t cost that much; it’s called the virtual private server. Virtual private servers are quite similar to shared hosting in a way that they share one physical server, but the different is that they act like separate or multiple servers. The best thing about this option is that you get to avoid the common problem of having your fellow websites sharing your web host bring down your own site. Furthermore, choosing VPS also means that you don’t have to pay premium for a dedicated server, although you still will consider a dedicated server once you finally realize you have the money to pay for it.

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