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What are good sites to host your website ?

Bharat Gupta Co-Founder, Managing Director at Oxhide Leather Pte Ltd

January 31st, 2016

The world out there is full of options in this space. Kindly share your experience with various service providers. What are good options for a start up ? How these may change as you go pro ?

Bani Jay I am a self employed person.

Last updated on May 19th, 2017

The Good web hosting exactly What they are offering?

The good web hosting is those who provides these factors are listed below in points which makes web hosting provider best among the others:

  • Server Up-time Guarantee (i.e. 99.99% Must needed)
  • Reliability and Bandwidth
  • Web Hosting Plans
  • Data backup and Disk Space
  • Responsive Technical Hosting support
  • There are many best web hosting providers are out there but all are not provided best services to you.

Following are the some alternatives of Best and Cheap web hosting providers :

  1. DomainRacer: Free SSL, SSD hosting with LiteSpeed 20x faster
  2. Bigrock: Good option for cheap hosting but high renewable cost.
  3. InmotionHosting: Email spam protected but too costly host

You probably means high quality but at lowest prices. if this is the case I would like say stay away from cheapest web hosting services.

We know that if we use cheapest web hosting, then probably we are going toward wrong direction to SEO optimization.

Hope this information is helpful and fulfill your requirement and best option for cheapest web hosting.

Hope that Helps!!!

Good Luck!!!

Zhenya Rozinskiy Partner at Mirigos

January 31st, 2016

What are you looking for? What are your needs? 

Before you decide on a provider decide what level you need. Shared service? Virtual Private Server? Dedicated machine? 

Do you need something like Amazon or Google services? 

For my personal site and few corporate sites I use KnownHost and very happy with them. 

Katherine Chalmers B2B software marketing executive

January 31st, 2016

I'm very happy with the grid hosting plan at Media Temple. Not the cheapest, but very good service despite having been acquired by GoDaddy.

Brennan Bennett HIT Consultant - MS Biomedical Informatics

January 31st, 2016

RedTreeHosting.com has affordable hsoting serivces for entrepreneurs and startups. They even have free (add free!) account for small accounts.

Subrata Kundu Founder & CEO - Keyline Creative Services

January 31st, 2016

optraHOST.com offers cost-effective shared server with great support. 

Eduardo Fonseca Cloud Provider | Azure & Unity 3d Developer | Senior .NET Software Engineer | MCTS

January 31st, 2016

it really depends on what you need, if you are going to have a static website with very low disk space used, 
you can pretty much go for price and space.

if you need scalability, fast access and no downtime, cloud services might be the best.

Here is a list that might help you out: http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2424725,00.asp

You may also want to research abut Azure and Microsoft Bizspark

Personally I have my domain in GoDaddy and my website in Azure.

Fayaz Valli CEO at GETCORE GROUP Ltd

January 31st, 2016

Hi Bharat, That's a good question. The following questions will determine which hosting you have to go with: What's the purpose of the website? What features will the website have? How many people will be accessing the website? Regards, Fayaz

Bharat Gupta Co-Founder, Managing Director at Oxhide Leather Pte Ltd

January 31st, 2016

Thanks for your replies folks!Awesome people here.
I am developing an ecommerce site..and I want it as busy as...
Since I have decided to develop it myself was keen to compare the options on basis of support they provide and  tools they offer.Most of the service providers promise 99.9% uptime, do they keep their promise ? So far has shortlisted ipage , godaddy and blue host, as these appear on most of sites providing feedback on hosting services.Thanks

Ofer Herman CTO and Co-Founder at Papaya Global

January 31st, 2016

@Bharat, you can develop an e-commerce site in wix or squarespace which will scale and allow you to focus on the business side and not on hosting/programming.
If you are developing your own system you may consider a cloud solution and not a hosting one. take a look at:

This is a partial list and there are plenty of other providers. 

Siarhei Harbachou Specialty Market Researching

February 1st, 2016

I analysed variety of cloud and non-cloud providers I found that I need to pay them 600-1000$ monthly for server of my needs.
So, finally I spent 1000$ and bought  computer with enough resources reserve.
For last year - its funny - its availability is more than 99%.
And I didn't have UPS.

This is funny, that my job is to help others migrate to cloud. But I personally wouldn't consider my project hosted in cloud. Don't see sence of this for small startups.