web Hosting choice

Started by katebonnerwrite, Jan 09, 2023, 03:15 AM

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Greetings, generous individuals.
I am requesting assistance from those who own a website. Can you please recommend hosting providers that are currently suitable in terms of price and quality? While I have conducted some research on the matter, I would appreciate hearing about your personal experiences with these resources.

Thank you for your time and help.


I have had some experience with Sweb and found their support to be genuine.
As for other hosting providers, Beget is also a good option to consider. However, the quality of their service depends on certain factors such as the type of website, its traffic volume, caching, and whether it is anonymous or registration-based. Finally, one should also consider the budget when choosing a hosting provider.

In my opinion, it's always a good idea to do thorough research before deciding on a hosting provider as this can greatly impact the overall performance of your website.


May I ask why you require technical support from the hosting provider?
If it's a matter of configuring muscle or php files that can only be accessed through root, then seeking help may be understandable. However, for most other issues, their admin panel interface should suffice. Plus, they offer both ssh and traditional ftp access to your server and its home directory. This enables you to work on your website via console or FTP, as you prefer. Additionally, you can store your script in the bash for backups. Overall, the hosting seems to be standard web hosting.

It's worth noting that while reliable hosting is certainly important, learning some basic web development skills can also go a long way in managing and maintaining your own website.


Purchasing an expensive server is not necessary when you can simply rent one for testing purposes. Additionally, you have the option to change servers or upgrade to different pricing plans based on your needs. Testing is key to determine which options work best for your website.

For instance, Hostgator provides a range of pricing plans that cater to various types of websites. This flexibility allows you to choose a plan that suits your needs at any given time.

It's important to consider factors such as traffic volume, website size, and expected growth when selecting a server or plan. Taking the time to thoroughly evaluate your options can ultimately save you time and money in the long run.


While the number of website visitors is an important factor in choosing a hosting provider, it is not the only one. Simply looking at traffic volume cannot accurately predict what resources will be needed for proper site functionality. It's important to take into account other aspects such as the website platform, scripts used, and plugins installed. For example, platforms like Magento require more resources compared to most CMS types.

If you have a Magento site, using a regular virtual hosting service may not be sufficient. In this case, it's better to opt for VPS or shared hosting VIP rates. The same goes for WordPress sites with many heavy plugins.

If switching from an existing hosting provider, you should monitor your website to understand how much resources are necessary for its functioning. Many hosting control panels offer tools for monitoring resource usage, so it's worth utilizing them. Additionally, before selecting a new host, you can inquire if they offer site analysis to choose the optimal subscription plan.

If choosing a hosting plan for the first time, start by considering the disk space the website requires. Then analyze RAM and CPU requirements during the course of usage. Don't hesitate to seek expert advice if you are uncertain about which hosting option to choose.