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    difference between Ecommerce Hosting and Hosting

    As compare to normal hosting,In e-commerce hosting,Latter comes pre-loaded with software such as a shopping cart, a catalog builder, a store designer, and a payment processor.
    E-Commerce websites require very high levels of security and maximum up time guarantee.

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    The difference between conventional hosting and ecommerce hosting is that the latter comes pre-loaded with software such as a shopping cart, a catalog builder, a store designer, and a payment processor. If you are comfortable with purchasing and managing your own software, you can gain a substantial price advantage with conventional hosting.
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    Our Ecommerce Web Hosting are hosted on more powerful servers. These servers generally have faster processors, more CPU Cores, and more RAM.
    Ecommerce hosting packages comes with a dedicated IP and SSL Certificates. We will have the SSL installed for you and ready to use.
    All Ecommerce Web Hosting packages have a yearly payment term, but is discounted.
    Ecommerce Web Hosting packages have more generous storage space and bandwidth limits.

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    Our Ecommerce Web Hosting are hosted on more powerful servers. These servers generally have faster processors, more CPU Cores, and more RAM.
    Ecommerce hosting packages comes with a dedicated IP and SSL Certificates. We will have the SSL installed for you and ready to use.
    All Ecommerce Web Hosting packages have a yearly payment term, but is discounted.
    Ecommerce Web Hosting packages have more generous storage space and bandwidth limits.

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    Web-Hosting is for hosting any project you make. You can make your own video sharing platform, search engine, online shop, etc. (assuming your plan offers enough functionality and resources). And E-Commerce platform is only for building online shops. Many major web-hosting companies have developed site builders in order to encourage people without web developing skills to go Online, because you can set up simple website without the need of programming with predefined functions and capabilities, and those sites can be anything you want as I mentioned above including online shops, hence all the functions for it: registering, shopping cart, check out, credit card processing, security, etc. To put it simple web-hosting is web-hosting + anything you want, e-commerce is web-hosting + online store, their specialty is in running online stores and developing functions needed for online stores.

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    Hosted vs Self Hosted E-Commerce Sites
    What exactly is hosting?

    Well, think about your e-commerce website like a house – hosting is the property that house sits on. It’s the server where all of the files that make up your e-commerce website live, and where they are accessed by anyone who visits your site. Everything that you see on the Internet is hosted somewhere.

    The difference between hosted and self hosted has to do with who owns the software that runs your site.

    With hosted e-commerce sites, the software and hosting are provided by the company. Generally, this gives you access to powerful tools to build your site, although you do not have access to the code your site is built on. Some examples of this are: Shopify, BigCommerce, PrestaShop, and Volusion.

    With self hosted e-commerce sites, you pay a company to host software on their sites, but you then install and run the software. An example of this is installing and configuring WordPress as an e-commerce site on SiteGround (our partner), Magento, WooCommerce, or BlueHost. You have access to the code your site is built on, giving you greater control.

    There are many pros and cons, but here’s the crux of the issue:

    When choosing between hosted vs self hosted e-commerce sites, you’re basically choosing what level of control you want to have over your site, versus having someone else manage the details for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stubcreator View Post
    Hosted vs Self Hosted E-Commerce Sites
    What exactly is hosting?

    Well, think about your e-commerce website like a house – hosting is the property that house sits on. It’s the server where all of the files that make up your e-commerce website live, and where they are accessed by anyone who visits your site. Everything that you see on the Internet is hosted somewhere.

    The difference between hosted and self hosted has to do with who owns the software that runs your site.

    With hosted e-commerce sites, the software and hosting are provided by the company. Generally, this gives you access to powerful tools to build your site, although you do not have access to the code your site is built on. Some examples of this are: Shopify, BigCommerce, PrestaShop, and Volusion.

    With self hosted e-commerce sites, you pay a company to host software on their sites, but you then install and run the software. An example of this is installing and configuring WordPress as an e-commerce site on SiteGround (our partner), Magento, WooCommerce, or BlueHost. You have access to the code your site is built on, giving you greater control.

    There are many pros and cons, but here’s the crux of the issue:

    When choosing between hosted vs self hosted e-commerce sites, you’re basically choosing what level of control you want to have over your site, versus having someone else manage the details for you.
    This was wonderful read.

  8. #38
    actually to the main difference between the online store and websites is that, whether they sell something or not. you can contact hosting provider, i will suggesting you to create an e-commerce online store.
    E-commerce website, end-user has to be careful about relying on his Online business.
    Web Hosting is the Free domain name, Site building, disk space allow to build the website on a domain name.

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    Generally there are some setting on server side which needs to be made to provide extra edge and make the whole process smooth. I think Ecommerce hosting provider use some custom servers layers with some extra setting which make the website load faster as compared to normal hosting

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    for ecommerce hosting you need security and hostdens provide highly secure hosting for business with SSD drive

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    f you're looking for a hosting solution especially optimized for eCommerce applications, you can count on our unique handmade hosting solution. We install Magento, PrestaShop, OpenCart and a variety of other popular eCommerces for free, provide multiple server locations, free CDN and advanced caching options

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    What's the difference between Web-Hosting like GoDaddy and SiteGround vs. E-Commerce platforms like Shopify and Squarespace? I originally thought that Shopify is web-hosting, but also has a number of other features to run your e-commerce business (register, shopping cart, check out, credit card

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    just basic diffrence is that Ecommerce hosting is for dynamic sides.

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    Well it doesn’t.

    All web hosting works by utilizing computer resources (servers) host side and then basically selling usage of those resources to users. The more more resources on better computers you buy the more powerful your hosting will be.

    Each host is given a unique IP address which may or may not be shared with other websites. Essential the more money you pay the more exclusive your IP will be.

    Think of it as an apartment building. If your rent is cheap there is a good chance that you’llbe sharing your space with a lot of people. The more rent you pay the bigger place you will get until eventually you have your own address or IP.

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    Web Hosting is for hosting any project you make. You can make your own video sharing platform, search engine, online shopping, etc. And Ecommerce platform is only for building online shops. Many major web hosting companies have developed site builders in order to encourage people without web developing skills to go online, because you can set up simple website without the need of programming with predefined functions and capabilities, and those sites can be anything you want as I mentioned above including Online shop, hence all the functions for it: registering, shopping cart, check out, credit card processing, security, etc. To put it simple Web Hosting is web hosting+ anything you want, e-commerce is web hosting + online store, their speciality is running in online stores and developing functions needed for online stores. And while on web hosting you can use any CMS you want or even build your own, e-commerce platforms already have CMS and you can't use anything else.

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