How to choose a shared hosting service for your business?
When you have already made a decision in favor of shared hosting for your website, you will also have to choose the price that suits you best depending on the objectives of your business.
We offer you the three options for our shared hosting services to choose from: FIRST, SECOND and, finally, THIRD. Each of these hosting plans comes with a single core of a 2.4 GHz Intel Xeon processor. This is a modern generation server processor, that belongs to the high-end class and is considered to be one of the most powerful server processors family in the market.
This hosting plan comes with 10 GB of disk space, which means you may not have enough storage capacity for media content and other sizeable documents.
However, considering its low cost, FIRST may be the best solution for hosting websites with mostly text content, such as blogs, information websites (without streaming video and audio) or relatively static websites aimed at smaller audiences. These may be message boards, small web shops, food blogs, sports blogs; websites run by schools, colleges, moderately sized private educational institutions; showcases of leisure & entertainment centers, museums, exhibitions, movie theaters.
This plan may be used best if you are running a restaurant, beauty salon or deliver any other services, without using electronic retail or ordering and booking via the Internet. If your website incorporates dynamic updates, registrations, ticketing or reservation (e.g. your clients should make an appointment to see a doctor at your medical center, veterinary clinic, and etc.) and the number of visits does not exceed 1000 monthly visitors, then it does make sense to add some extra disk space to store your database or larger volumes of content.
It is worth, too, to purchase more space on the disk if you have a static website but it contains much data. We are not talking about media files for transmission of such data will be slow, but there can be multiple small-sized files, such as books or reference materials from conferences, blogs, and etc.
With this hosting plan you will receive 30 GB of the free disk space.
This is enough to accommodate up to 10 websites with a relatively low content (it should be packed within the specified 30 GB limits), which may include pages with visual content and a few videos.
Second serves well for blogging, online advertisement or web statistics having a relatively moderate traffic. These can be the showcases or small-sized web shops, car repair outlets and service stations, jewelry workshops, websites operated by leisure & entertainment businesses, event agencies, IT-services, small-sized websites for services sector (cleaning companies, funeral houses, maid service providers, and etc.), websites for food service industry: pizza delivery, fast food, bars and restaurants. These can also be the websites of charity societies, law and consulting firms.
The plan suits well in organizing various public events, providing that the audience will fit a 3000 person limit and the informative content will be the right size to be located on the disk space.
For the websites storing big files and a huge mass of documents (e.g. for photographer's salons, printed media, book libraries, tutoring centers having their learning materials in the public domain) it does make sense to expand your disk space, while sticking to this hosting plan.
This hosting plan comes loaded with 50 GB of disk space, entirely allocated to your needs. Performance is sufficient to stream video and audio content, provided there will be no more than 3-5 simultaneous streams at a time.
You can set up to 30 moderately packed websites (your content should fit within the 50 GB limit) or 2-3 large-scale websites.
This solution will be a good choice for websites like blogs with vids, advertisement sites, average-sized web retailers, car repair outlets and service stations, websites operated by leisure & entertainment businesses, event agencies, different service providers, average-sized real estate firms, notary offices, and etc.
Keep in mind that the processor core has a limited performance and in case of serious web projects (like big retailers, media centers for news media and television, intensively used websites with more than 20000 daily visitors, and etc.) switching to a dedicated virtual or physical servers makes good sense.