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Choosing Between a Shared or Dedicated Server for Your Business

Just as things like credit card processing and merchant accounts are important for your business, so is choosing the right Web hosting company. Although for many years many businesses didn’t have websites or only had small ones that they didn’t pay much attention to, this is no longer the case in today’s Internet reliant world. Therefore, in order for you to compete with other businesses in your industry and to make your business as successful as possible, you need to pay just as much attention to your Web hosting and website as you would to other important things like credit card processing and merchant accounts.

One thing you will need to determine is whether you would like to go with shared or dedicated server hosting. There are both perks and disadvantages to both types of servers, so looking at the different aspects of each type of server is important.

For example, the volume of traffic that your business website receives will have an impact on whether or not you want to go with dedicated hosting. If you have a very small website and don’t get a whole lot of traffic, you might find that shared hosting will work just fine for you. If you do get a ton of traffic, however, your average shared hosting plan might not be sufficient for you, even if it claims to offer “unlimited” bandwidth. If you are getting too much traffic for your shared server, your site can go down frequently, which certainly isn’t a good thing.

Your budget will also matter a lot when it comes to choosing hosting. If you are just starting out and don’t have a large budget to set aside for website hosting, you might want to start with shared hosting and then switch over to a dedicated server later on. If you have a little more to spend and want to take your website to the top, however, you will probably want to go ahead and spring for a dedicated server for your website hosting so that you can experience all of its benefits and not worry about switching servers later on down the line.


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