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  1. #16
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    Cloud hosting is widely seen as a better option to shared hosting because of its ability to handle large amounts of traffic, its improved security protection, and its reliability.
    Normal hosting cloud is not seen widely it is not a better option to shared hosting because of it is not ability to handle large amount of traffic.
    Last edited by DavidMichael; 06-19-2018 at 01:35 AM.

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    Shared hosting is the traditional method of hosting and can be a good cost-effective option for many smaller businesses," Rollins said. "It also can be easier to use when it comes to features." Cloud hosting is ideal if you experience high traffic or spikes in visits or if you need in-depth security features.

  3. #18
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    The difference between shared and cloud hosting lies in how each is organized. Shared hosting servers are servers with multiple websites on them. Web hosting companies build and maintain these servers, and they place a bunch of websites on them. Instead of on one shared server, your site is hosted in the cloud.
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    I always take a free test to check the quality of hosting.

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