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Reliable Web Hosting

Nowadays almost everybody wants a website and as a result, myriads of web hosting providers have popped up. Web hosting is basically the storage of your web content on a server that your visitors can access. Getting web hosting will allow you to get more traffic and tailor fit the software you use for your website.

When looking at which provider to choose, the packages may all seem the same making one focus only on the cost which can be a gargantuan mistake. Below are some of the things that you should consider when sifting through various providers like 1&1, Hostgator etc.

Factors to consider when looking for a web hosting company!

Technical Requirements: Every website needs different technical requirements. The first thing that you need to look at is the programming environment or languages that you intend to be using. For example, if you intend to use Microsoft Access, the hosting you choose should be able to support Windows platforms. If you go for programming with MySQL then you need a package that allows Unix or Linux.

Disk Space: The disk space you get when choosing your web hosting package will determine how much content you can put on the website. The more disk space you have the more web pages you can have. 200-500MB is usually sufficient for simple websites but if you intend to put up content with a lot of graphics e.g. video then you need more than 500. Pick a provider that can give you the most disk space for the least amount.

Bandwidth: Bandwidth will determine how much traffic can come through your website monthly. The higher your bandwidth the more traffic you can have. Once again according to your websites needs, you need to choose a provider that will let you have as much bandwidth as possible for as little money as possible.

Server Uptime: This basically defines the total time you can expect the servers to be working. This translates to their reliability. The lower the server uptime you get the lower the reliability of the hosting plan. Look for providers with server uptime that is in the 95th percentile. has been seen to combine all the above services in great cost effective packages when compared to the other counterparts who would do well in one service and slip on the other.