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Choosing the best Web Host
Choosing the right hosting company is a very important procedure that is all to often hurried
through or; simply misunderstood.
Selecting a web host is in fact among the most important sections of setting up an internet
business. You need a service that is fast; simple to use and comprehend; provides excellent
support; and so is serious enough about its operations to guarantee that your site will never be
down unless the whole datacenter were completely demolished.
Below is a list of the most common questions and replies to consider if you are searching for a
web host. Understanding the different areas of web hosting and hosting services available will
enable you to earn a better educated decision when you do subscribe to a web hosting service.
What is Web Hosting?
Web hosting is the process of putting your website on a web server or web host, so everybody
else on the Internet can view it. In case you have a permanent connection to the Internet you can
host your website in your own computer, but that's in general not a very good idea. A good web
host is a real server at a datacenter with a fast high bandwidth connection to the Internet. And, to
be certain that you are able to move your web site to another web host, if needed, you want a
web hosting provider that supports domain hosting.
What is Domain Hosting?
Many Internet Service Providers (or ISP) will provide you a free web site when they supply you
with access to the Internet. They do so because they do not wish to provide you a permanent IP
address, which is what you need if you want to host a web site in your own computer.
Unfortunately, most ISPs don't support domain hosting using their free web websites. Hence, the
URL of your web site is an extension of the URL of your ISP. So what happens when you
change ISP? You'll need to alter the URL and nobody can find you anymore.
The use of a domain name for your web site is absolutely necessary for a professional web site,
and to host your own domain you'll have to find a true web hosting provider with domain
hosting. Many web hosting plans really incorporate the price of a domain name registration, so
don't register your domain name before you have chosen your web hosting company.
What is Virtual Hosting?
Virtual hosting is frequently employed as a synonym for shared hosting, e.g. you host your web
site on a web server with hundreds of other web sites and you discuss the IP address with these
The term virtual hosting should suggest, however, that if you share the internet server it appears
from the outside world which you're the only web site on that server. That means that with
virtual hosting you should not just have your own IP address, but also a dedicated bandwidth on
the Internet and a dedicated piece of their computers processing power. Consequently, if a web
hosting provider uses the term virtual hosting, have a close look if these attributes are offered
before you decide on paying a premium price above standard shared hosting.
What is Bandwidth?
Bandwidth is a measure that reflects how much information can be moved over a data
In web hosting programs the allowed bandwidth generally indicates how much data could be
downloaded from the web site a month, and consequently indicates how many web pages and
pictures that your visitors are permitted to download. If the typical amount of page views per
customer is assumed constant, the allowable bandwidth restricts how many visitors you're
allowed to have per month.
Just as important, however, is how quickly the communication channel between your web host
and the Internet is. The amount of data that can be transferred per second is also referred to as the
bandwidth of this channel, and this bandwidth is shared by all of the web sites hosted by the
same provider. If this bandwidth is insufficient, you'll sometimes notice a slowdown in the
screen of your web pages. In most cases, however, such a slowdown is much more likely to be
brought on by an overload on the web server itself.
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