A play on the “Is your refrigerator running?” crank call, many business owners and selling professionals don't know if their own websites is running. When your website crashes it can cost you hundreds of thousands in sales and a lifetime of credibility.
“I'm looking for best business web hosting provider where I could host many domains. I also need lots of bandwidth and space. Could you recommend a good hosting provider?” — Jeremy
Across the webmaster and hosting message boards people ask the same question every month. My reply is almost always, “It depends.” That's why …
Can someone please explain to me different types of hosting that are available, like shared and reseller and VPS. It's all very confusing.
Hosting providers don't make it easy to understand and know what you get. Each provider offers different packages, which, if you are willing to shop the bigger players can work to your advantage. This guide will help you understand the three common types of hosting accounts.
When choosing a business hosting provider it's important to determine your providers physical location. You want to know how close your provider is to an Internet exchange, what kind of data center are they using, and how they are hosting your business website.