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What is Web Hosting?

Web Hosting is a service that allows people to post/publish their website on the internet. In layman terms, you are basically renting a virtual space on the internet for your online property. An online space where you will keep all your virtual properties.

If you have clicked on this article you must be looking forward to buying new hosting for your website. But you’re definitely confused as to which Web Hosting to buy. In this article, I will try to solve your problem, and hopefully, by the end of this post, you will be free of all confusion.

How Web Hosting Actually Works?

Web Hosting

When you decide to start a new website, you need to find a web hosting provider that will supply you with that server space. Your web host stores all your files, assets, and databases on the server. Whenever someone types your domain name into the address bar of their browser, your host transfers all the files necessary to serve that request. Source-Hostinger

When you buy hosting from any Web Hosting platforms, you get some space/real estate on their server. That host will store all your data in their server, and in return, you pay them a fee. This fee is usually recurring, which means you have to pay it after a certain period of time to keep accessing their service.

The packages are usually of 1 year, 2 years, 5 years and even 10 years. Many people think that they need to have any form of technical knowledge to understand hosting.

But that is not the truth. You don’t need to have an ounce of technical skill to buy or use hosting. For instance, you can upload HTML and other files to the server, install content management systems such as WordPress or Drupal, access your database, and create backups for your site with ease.

Types of Web Hosting

Web Hosting

  • Shared hosting-

    This type of hosting is the most common form of hosting. Used mostly by Bloggers who are starting out and even small businesses. In shared hosting, you share the server with multiple people. It is cost-effective but has a few issues. So if you are a beginner or just starting out your online business this type of hosting is for you.

Pros

  • Low cost, excellent for small online business websites
  • No need for specific technical knowledge
  • User-friendly control panel — CPanel

Cons

  • Traffic surges on other websites can slow down your website

  • VPS hosting- 

    VPS stands for Virtual Private Server you’re still sharing a server with other users. However, you are allocated an entirely separate partition for you on that server. It is like having your own personal space on the web. (Even though it is limited). If you are a few years into your business or are a mediocre blogger and have some traffic flowing on our website. Then go for a VPS hosting.

Pros

  • Dedicated server space
  • Traffic on other websites have no effect on your performance

Cons

  • More expensive than other types of hosting
  • Technical and server management knowledge is a must

  • Cloud hosting- 

    This is the most expensive and popular form of hosting. Used mostly medium enterprises for their above-average traffic and customers. With cloud hosting, your host provides you with a cluster of servers — your files and resources are replicated on each server. When one of the cloud servers is busy or encounters a problem, your traffic is automatically routed to another server in the cluster.

Pros

  • Little to no downtime
  • Server failures have no effect on your website

Cons

  • Expensive compared to shared hosting.

  • WordPress hosting- 

    This is one of the most used types of hosting. WordPress hosting is used specifically to host sites made with WordPress. These hosting are designed to cater to the needs of WordPress sites. They come with pre-installed themes and plugins. Also Because of the highly optimized configuration, your site loads much faster and runs with fewer problems

Pros

  • Beginner-friendly
  • One-click WordPress installation
  • Suitable for WordPress sites
  • Pre-installed WordPress plugins and themes

Cons

  • Recommended only for WordPress sites.

  • Dedicated hosting- 

    As the name sound, having a dedicated server means having your own server for your website. This type of hosting is preferred by big business houses and enterprises which have a lot of traffic to deal with on a regular basis.

Pros

  • Full control over server configuration
  • Highly reliable

Cons

  • Suitable towards larger businesses
  • Technical knowledge is a must-have.

Best Web Hosting Platforms

Web Hosting

So, there are literally many web hosting platforms that provide good web hosting services. This post is about the general overview of web hosting. Here I will mention some good Hosting platforms that we personally use for ourselves and our clients. To know in-depth on this topic it would be best to check this article by Best Web Hosting Companies

Some web hosting companies we prefer are-

  • Siteground (Most recommended by bloggers)
  • Bluehost (Overall value for money)
  • Hostgator (Currently using)
  • Miles web (Cheap)
  • Hostinger (Also very cheap)

Conclusion

Domain and hosting are 2 very important steps for building your website. If it’s your first time buying a web hosting, it can be quite daunting. That’s why it is absolutely crucial that you choose the right one.