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Pros & Cons of Shared Web Hosting

Shared web hosting is a source where multiple websites share the resources and space of a web hosting server, keeping website partitioned from each other while creating a secure environment for multiple sites. The Web hosting company charges variates in accordance with the space and bandwidth requirements of client, as each site operate on its own space and bandwidth. When one purchase/ hire a shared web hosting, domain name is included and added to server which enables to develop / upload website and allows getting it online.

As a general rule, it is a good feasible idea, to go for shared web hosting specially when in small business scale with limited sources and budget. Before making any hosting decision, the concept of shared web hosting and it’s all pros and cones must be kept in mind.

Pros of Shared Web Hosting

The main advantage of shared web hosting is that you are free from worries, to up-keep of complicated server technology and proper technical maintenance. That’s the whole purpose of the web hosting companies. Web hosting professionals stands responsible for all server and other problems as bound to keep site functional. As server load can be optimized so that busy websites are coupled with less busy websites which result in a steady server load keeping cost effective. This results in less need for extra processing power during peak hours, and unused processing power during off-peak hours.

It is affordable, probably the best thing about shared web hosting as compared to dedicated hosting. Nearly 90-percent of small websites utilizing shared web hosting serves as it is economical and affordable and also does not include any complex Linux management skills.

All shared web hosting suppliers provide facilities in the shape of friendly web-
based control panel, which allows them to upload content to their respective sites easily, enabling to create accounts, emails, and database.

Shared hosting is very easy and convenient to use because many companies provide with cPanel , which enables you to keep strong hold and control upon all features of site.


Cones of Shared Web Hosting


The major problem in shared hosting services is the inadequate resources at dumping. Sharing a server is absolutely no problem, but sharing the system assets with many other users on a single physical machine (server), and as a result each user obtains more limiting service.

In case any of the users in a shared web hosting service consume a huge amount of traffic, email capabilities, or CPU power, then the other users on the same physical server most likely to experience the worstt shared web hosting performance.

Another main downside is not being able to set-up programs and modules on the common server that you require in order to run your personal website and related scripts.

Moreover, there are extremely great chances of getting hacked, and your website being compromised in case any of the websites on shared server get infected with a malware. Consequently, even if there are no security loop-holes in your website, you may have to bear adverse consequences because of hosting on a shared server.

Before taking final decision to link a deal on shared web hosting, consider seriously all the pros and cons of shared web hosting .A right web hosting selection is one of the most critical decisions for your online business.

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