Choosing the right Web Hosting is very important for a reliable service. We have several different hosting packages to choose from which can be slightly confusing if you dont know what you are looking for, but don’t worry, We are here to help.
WordPress Hosting – The most used CMS (Content Management System). We setup your account for you taking out the hassle, all you need to do is add content to your website. Millions of people use WordPress for ease of use with thousands of free plugins to help you get your website up and running in no time.
Shared Hosting – Web Hosting but used on a Shared Hosting server this is the standard in Web Hosting. Many hosting providers also provide a control panel to manage your account with functions such as backup, should your website having any problems you would be able to restore your website using a backup copy and, FTP (File Transfer Protocol) to upload files to your hosting folder.
Reseller Hosting – Would be used if you have many websites to link and manage to one account, could be also setup to make revenue from hosting packages to your clients. You also have the option to manage the clients hosting specifications such as disk space and bandwidth by making packages to sell on to customers.
File Hosting – If you don't want a hosting account but to store your files for online access File Hosting would be the recommended choice. Upload your files and data to access on any computer with an internet connection.
Shoutcast/Icecast Hosting – Shoutcast is made for users which want to stream their own music, this can be done internally (with a domain name and integrated into your control panel) or externally (just using the WHMSonic control panel). Users have the option of uploading their own music data as MP3 or AAC format and creating playlists to stream. DJ’s can also use Shoutcast to play live to those listening to the stream.
Other factors you need to consider include
Number of Website's you want to host
Amount of disk space required for your website
Amount of bandwidth that comes with your hosting package
What control panel is included with your hosting package (we recommend cPanel or Plesk)
Number of e-mail accounts allowed
Number of SQL databases allowed
Is they any online support or contact number from your hosting provider should you need help?
How long has the hosting company been in business? You should be looking at least 5 years so your website doesn't suddenly go down and your hosting companies done a runner
These are some of the most common questions you should be asking hosting providers before you begin.