What does your website do? Is it a site that you made for fun to practice or share with friends and family? Is it your blog or other personal sites? Is it a company site? Is it a store? The answers to all of these questions with help you determine what you need to look for in a web host.
Is your business expanding rapidly? Are gaining new customers by day? Do you foresee a significant increase in visitors? There is good chance that what works for you now will need to be scaled up in the near future. When choosing a web host, always try to keep future in mind and plan accordingly.
Customer service is one of the most important factors in choosing a web host because downtime and a technical issue can really impact your visitors. Check the support section of each host to see what kind of customer service options they provide.
If there is a support forum or support email address, send a test message or two to see how the response times are, ask questions about the service, or the process for getting your site into the server. The way they treat potential customer will give a good measure for how they’ll respond once you are a customer.
There are a variety of places online where people can post reviews about web hosting services. Check some of the more recent reviews for the company to see if people have had issues with customer service and support.
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