What should you pay attention to when choosing a hosting?

Started by VLAD A2, Aug 24, 2022, 02:16 PM

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Cody Babcock

How many people - so many opinions. The same applies to the selection of good hosting. My choice of hosting is a test in extreme conditions. I mean, it's best to buy hosting with a refund option. During the test itself, it is worth paying attention to the following aspects:
1) Response, ping and site loading speed. First, test the hosting when it is "clean". Check the loading speed of the initial page. If even at rest, the speed is 1.3-1.8 seconds, then you can safely do nudity.
2) The speed of response of technical support. It often happens that you need to solve some issue through technical support (purchase a dedicated package, set up an additional CMS, etc.), but the trouble is - they answer after a day. We pass such candidates.
3). Working with traffic. The most painful aspect of webmasters is the "fall" of hosting, or the inability to gain access. Often this happens when either too many hits are accessed to the hosting, that is, the IP, or their number exceeds a certain threshold. Unscrupulous hosting companies, promising unlimited, set limits of 5-10,000 per day. This is easy to check by contacting a third-party company and ordering a DDoS attack.