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Shared Web Hosting

Shared hosting means just that. Your website is hosted on a server shared by other websites. The advantage of this setup is the shared cost. You can pay as little as 99 per month for sharing a super server with (probably) hundreds (or thousands) of other websites.

The biggest disadvantage of a shared hosting account is that you’re at the mercy of the other sites on your server. A really popular site may adversely affect the performance of your own site. On the other hand, if you’re the most popular site on the server, you get to use a super server for a very low price.

When most people start an online business they usually start out with a shared hosting plan to minimize costs; and they’re not likely getting a ton of traffic initially.

Shared hosting is good for a brochure type site, or a newer site that doesn’t get a lot of traffic.

Reseller Web Hosting

Reseller hosting packages are basically a shared hosting account with extra tools to help you resell hosting space.

Reseller packages come with greater technical control (often via the Web Host Manager (WHM) control panel), billing software to help you invoice clients and other extra perks.

Some of those perks include:

  • free website templates
  • white label technical support — that means the hosting company handles your clients’ tech support issues
  • private name servers — make your company seem even bigger by telling your clients to point their domain nameservers to ns1.yourwebdesignfirm.com

Price range: Reseller packages range from 200, depending on features and resource limits.

If you’re planning on selling web hosting as a business then reseller web hosting is perfect for you. Otherwise just stick with a shared hosting plan if you’re just starting out.

Cloud Based Web Hosting

Cloud Based Web Hosting refers to a fairly new hosting technology that lets hundreds of individual servers work together so that it looks like one giant server. The idea is that as the need grows, the hosting company can just add more commodity hardware to make an ever larger grid or cloud.

The advantage of cloud-based web hosting is that if you get an unusually large amount of website traffic the web hosting plan can accommodate the surge of traffic – rather than shutting your website down.​

If you’re website is growing and you’re driving more traffic to your website, this is probably the first point you would upgrade too from a shared hosting plan.

Price Range: All grid computing packages use some form of pay-for-what-you-use pricing structure.

Virtual Private Server (VPS)

Virtual private servers share one physical server but acts like multiple, separate servers. A VPS is a stepping stone between shared hosting and getting your own dedicated machine. Even though each VPS instance shares hardware resources, they are allocated a dedicated slice of the computing resources.

A VPS avoids the problem of having your hosting neighbors bring down your website, while avoiding the cost of a dedicated server.

Price Range: Most VPS hosting packages cost between 300. Pricing is based on the guaranteed CPU and memory (RAM) you get.

Dedicated Web Server

When you have a dedicated server, it means you are renting one physical server from a hosting company. You can have full control (called “root” permissions in Linux) if you want it.

With a dedicated server, you don’t have to worry about other websites on a shared server taking up your resources and slowing your website down.

A dedicated server is generally the highest level of server you would need if your online business grows into a presence that is getting a lot of website traffic. While the costs of a dedicated server is significantly higher than shared hosting, your business will be at a point that can easily afford the necessary costs of having your own server.

Pricing: Dedicated servers are priced from 5000 and up. But if you are considering a dedicated server, you should also consider the costs of hiring a system administrator to take care of the technical details.

Managed WordPress Hosting

With the increasing popularity of WordPress as a web building platform, many web hosting servers are offering what’s referred to as “Managed WordPress Hosting.

In a nutshell, managed WordPress hosting is a service where the web hosting provider will keep your WordPress installation up-to-date which can help protect your site from security threats that would allow hackers into your website.

While not the as inexpensive as shared web hosting, this is a great option for both start up businesses and established businesses that use the WordPress platform.