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    Decide how much hand-holding you'll need. Basic customer service provides access to email, ticket and phone support. ...
    Estimate the amount of traffic you expect (and be honest with yourself). ...
    Understand server types. ...
    Choose a portable content management system to avoid lock-in. ...
    Own your domain name.

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    How do I choose a hosting provider

    1. Know Which Type of Hosting You Need
    2. Determine What Type of Site You’re Building
    3. Understanding Features and the Resources You Require
    4. Understand How Web Hosting Pricing Works
    5. Think Ahead: Choose a Host With Which You Can Grow

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    1. Specialty
    2. Bandwidth/disk space
    3. Technical support
    4. Hardware infrastructure
    5. Customer reviews

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    The best web hosting providers .
    Decide how much hand-holding you'll need.
    Estimate the amount of traffic you expect (and be honest with yourself).
    Understand server types.
    Be wary of unlimited offers.
    Choose a portable content management system to avoid lock-in.
    Own your domain name.

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    first think your requirement then you can compare with any one.

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    Senior Member James-A's Avatar
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    There are number of Web hosting providers available online, you need to consider the best web hosting provider, keeping in mind the following parameters-

    1. Customer Support


    Customer support is essential for any business vertical. It can either make or break the deal. This is true for web hosting industries. The hosting that you select needs to have a support mechanism that can serve your problems round the clock. This can be achieved via a live chat or ticketing systems. Your customers need to have a feeling that they raised issues are well-addressed by their hosting providers

    2. Cost

    Before going for a hosting provider, do keep in mind all the assets that you need for serving your site. Cost can be an important factor in hosting, so the cost needs to be looked at and has to comparable with other hosting providers in the market.

    3. Reliability and Performance of Hosting


    Always you need to check the uptime that your host guarantees. Uptime in case of a shared services environment is often higher than the ones expected with a hosting. As you're willing to pay more, there should be a minimum uptime guarantee and better server speeds. Ideally, you should select a host that offers 99.9% uptime.

    If you need any help then contact to best web hosting provider.

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    Decide how much hand-holding you'll need
    Estimate the amount of traffic you expect
    Understand server types
    Be wary of unlimited offers
    Choose a portable content management system to avoid lock-in
    Own your domain name

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