How do I choose a good hosting for my website? There are transcendental questions when faced with a web project and this is undoubtedly one of them. The truth is that when you browse the internet looking for hosting, the choice is overwhelming. SiteGround, WebEmpresa, Raiola Networks, there are so many companies that claim to be number 1.

How To Choose A Good Hosting For My Web

How do I choose a good hosting for my website? Without falling into the clutches of a junk service? What makes a service successful? How to recognize and choose a good quality hosting?

In the world of hosting, aggressive pricing and promotion competitiveness is the most common tool used. Web hosting can even be offered as "free". It can be very noticeable to an amateur web hosting user.

Therefore, we draw on our experience with various hosting services to guide you in this difficult decision. We want your project, be it a blog, digital store, or a company or school website, to offer more at a cheaper price. In short, the hosting you choose should not only be good web hosting, it should be the best.

Wondering which one is the best? We have our favorites as of 2020. But you have the final decision because you have to consider the specific needs of your website to choose from. Creating a WordPress blog is not the same as starting a virtual business. Here we go.

Why Is Web Hosting Important For Your Website?

Web hosting is like sailing a ship. Great design and high-quality content that is not accompanied by features that guarantee speed, safety, and support against possible storms will leave you outdoors and lose many opportunities to be seen. Unless you have a good web hosting service, all of your efforts will be lost due to low search engine ratings. In short, you and your website will be lost.

Then How To Choose A Good Hosting For Your Website?                          

Because of the price factor, it can be very tempting for you and the companies to start analyzing as there is technical jargon that is difficult to understand that prevents you from knowing in detail what they are selling to you but don't be fooled. In the technical area, there is an opportunity to compare and choose the services that best suit your needs. For this reason, we have developed a glossary of terms that you will need for this company:

Server: A server is a physical machine that hosts the information and files on your website. The server is where your “virtual storage space” resides.

 Web hosting: Web hosting (also known as web hosting) is the bridge between the server, your website, and your users. That way, your customers can access your web.

Data transfer: This is the speed at which the data is transferred between the server and the user trying to access it. Loading times that are too long have a negative effect on the image of your website and can lead to the mission being canceled.

Customer support: Running a website requires endless maintenance and putting out fires when they arise (this is almost inevitable). It is crucial to have trained technicians who know how to provide you with good service, understand your needs, and solve them efficiently. Customer service is one of those points that plans aren't usually given a lot of detail. So your web hosting service provider should also provide 24hr quality technical customer support.

 Additional support for your content manager: By content manager, we mean the most popular of them all, WordPress. Although some developers like others like Dupral, Joomla, or PrestaShop, WordPress is the undisputed star. If you are from the WordPress team, you want a workspace optimized for your needs that gives you specific WordPress tools and makes your life easier with fewer clicks.

SSL Storage: This point is just one of the “colored mirrors” web hosting companies try to seduce their customers with. Unlimited storage? Who does not want that? Well, most standard websites don't need it as they take up 1GB of space after hundreds of posts and entries. So when you analyze the plans offered by web hosting services, 10GB of storage seems a lot better than just 5, but in reality, you may not be able to use that much space. The “Unlimited Storage Spaces” we read there are becoming marketing and marketing strategies for inexperienced users. Storage that is limited to your needs and has high speeds is always a better investment.

MySQL databases: virtually all the sites that advertise Use a MySQL database. Hence, it is not surprising that medium and high-quality web hosting services are included as standard. Be wary of plans that do not consider databases as part of their fundamental benefits.

Security: We refer to both physical security systems (that protect servers from attacks in the real world) and virtual security, which is designed to put you in control of the thousands of threats that flood the web. Malicious malware, viruses, spyware, and other types of problems that put your information and that of your users at risk. If your web hosting doesn't protect you, it will damage your website's reputation in front of your customers, but it will also ruin your search engine rankings. Also, a good web hosting service will automatically generate copies of your website to keep your information safe and secure.

Optimization Tools: too heavy images, too slow to load pages ... optimization problems that you can avoid if your web hosting provider gives you enough tools to ensure speed and a great presence in terms of SEO. In this regard, many companies offer a lot of bandwidth, although a shared website can actually handle 50GB, which guarantees you around 50,000 page views per month (a number that can be the glory for a blog and few websites can match).

Domain: A domain is an address that identifies your website. To analyze this aspect, you need to think about the future. Are you only planning a website with a single domain, or what started as a simple blog sparked a desire to keep growing and creating? If the answer is yes, consider using a hosting service that doesn't limit the number of domains and allows you to host several on a single plan. Otherwise, you'll need to get a plan for each domain which will be a real loss of your finance.

Choosing is never easy, and sometimes more information can lead to chaos. This basic guide on basic terms will help you approach the various web hosting plans using simple criteria. And define the one that comes closest to your needs. I hope the question this post generated, how do I choose a good hosting for my website? Has been answered.

Author's Bio: 

My name is James K Meyer. I have been an entrepreneur and passionate blogger for over a decade, during which time I have written thousands of articles on my blog and many other publications. I write about Business, Health, Technology, Automobiles, Legal, Hospitality and much more. I am also an active contributer on Entrepreneur, Forbes, NYTimes.