Web Hosting 3
In order to publish your website online, your business website requires a web hosting service. A professional web hosting service ensures a hassle-free experience for business owners, so they can efficiently focus their time and effort on their businesses.
What we offer
- Host website
All the contents placed in your websites (information, images, videos, etc) are saved on Internet through hosting.
- Email Accounts
You can create your own domain email accounts (for e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org).
- FTP Access
FTP lets you upload files from your local computer to your web server.
When you host your files on a hosting company’s web server they’re available 24/7, so your website will always be accessible on the web. The host is also responsible for things like server maintenance, keeping the software and hardware up to date, troubleshooting, and more. As you can see, there’s a huge operation behind getting your website online.Your choice of host will influence the overall success of your website. It might not seem like a big deal, but choosing a low-quality host can harm your site in a variety of ways.
Here are some benefits of web hosting from capable providers:
High Reliability and Uptime
Reliability and server uptime refers to how often your website will be available online. Most hosts stick to the rule of 99.9% uptime. This leaves room for any necessary server maintenance that might temporarily bring your site offline. After all, there’s no point in building a website if it’s going to be offline when you need it the most.
Bandwidth and Storage
Bandwidth translates to the amount of traffic and number of page views your website can handle every single month. It’s becoming common practice to offer unlimited bandwidth while spending some extra bucks. However, there’s a chance this could get throttled down, or your site could go offline if you’re experiencing a massive traffic surge—such as during a holiday sale or if one of your blog posts just went viral.
The other consideration is storage. The limits for storage vary widely across hosting companies and platforms. However, unless you’re storing videos, collecting and storing user data, or a ton of media content, you can probably get away with using minimum levels of storage at reasonable price.
Domain Management Tools
When you first purchased hosting you probably only needed a single site. But, as your site grows, you may need to register more domains or set up subdomains for your existing domain. Your host should be equipped with tools, such as cPanel, which allow for easy domain management.
Solid Customer Support
Customer support is something you really don’t think about until it’s too late. For some reason, if your website goes offline and no matter what you do you can’t it back online; then in such case, having a solid host who can be quick to respond and offer support via either email or live chat or phone call, can save you from a lot of trouble.
Hosting price (usually paid as annual fee) increases are pretty common practice—unless you end up purchasing hosting for multiple years at a time. Price variances will happen, but they shouldn’t come as a shock. Selecting a hosting company that has clear pricing terms will help you know if and when a price increase is going to happen.
Ability to Scale
You need a host that can grow with you. Hopefully, your site won’t stay the same size for its entire life. If you’re starting a site, then you probably want it to be a success. Usually, this means more traffic as well as heavy media and increase in need of storage. If you started with a basic shared hosting plan, then you might eventually want to upgrade to cloud hosting. Choosing scalable packages, or the ability to upgrade to a different hosting plan in time is a clever decision to make.