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Wednesday 20 September 2017
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What things you should consider while choosing a web host

You have to figure out your company needs on basis of which you will look for the requirements for web host. Whether your company is at growing stage, just started or established well, the assessment the compatibility with your company will necessary to be done before you opt for any web host.  The various web host providers are their own specialties and weakness, so you have to find what they can offer you and how it can be beneficial for your company present and future needs. There are things you should look for before choosing. You should go for those providers who offer dedicated servers, high speed like 10mbps unmetered traffic and affective customer support or services

Factors which you should look for

  1. Hardware, Storage and bandwidth:   The dedicated and high quality servers are significant for excellent services. You have to look for high functioning servers which always make your website accessible, fast and always available. Take care of while choosing bandwidth and don’t fall for the myths like ‘unlimited bandwidth’. Same goes with storage as check and ensure every detail about their storage and bandwidth services and providences.Image result for What things you should consider while choosing a web host
  2. Tech support and Customer service & Satisfaction:  tech support service is very essential and resolver in any complex or cases of technical issue where friendly, customer satisfying and reliable customer service is required to   meet effective and consistent   working of your website.
  3. Reputation: Before choosing you should read the market and find out much the clients of the particular service providers are satisfied and happy with their services along with the reviews of customers and background of company.
  4. E-mail: Check out their email features and what they are providing in it. Depending upon your needs of email usage and numbers of Ids, check how efficient they are with it. Do they have own email interface or using third party email interface?