Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Guide to Web Hosting

Recently I have been trying to find a web host for my blog. I want to have a good web hosting because free services such as Blogger or Wordpress have their limitations. I want to be able to manage everything like querying the number of hits for each page and the most viewed page. These are really hard to accomplish with the free hosting, but if you have your own web hosting then it is really simple as I have good knowledge in SQL and MySQL. I have looked everywhere but couldn't find what I want.

After searching for a while I found this good site which gives you a guide to web hosting. It is a blog of Kaushal Shet. In one of his posts he gives a number of suggestions to where you should host your blog or website. He give these options after he experienced a black out with his earlier host causing all of his sites to be unreachable. Although this is something that happens out of your hand, a good host should always have at least one backup server. So if there is anything wrong with the main server they could always switch to one of the backups. After doing his research by browsing each of the top 10 web hosts, read reviews, compare the services provided and talking to his friends he gives this list: Host Monster, Host Gator and Yahoo Host.

If you really want to find a good review about web hosting, then this site will save your time. Stop wasting another minute to read all hosts reviews, just go to this site and you will have your answer. Don't hesitate because all the suggestions given there are based on facts and experiences from other people who have been using those hosts.

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