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    What are hosting and which one to choose

    When choosing hosting for your business project, it is important to understand what types of hosting are right for your website. In general, there are three main types of hosting: Shared Hosting (Shared), Virtual Dedicated Server (VPS) and Cloud Hosting (Cloud Hosting).
    When choosing the type of hosting for your business project, it is important to consider its scale, attendance and availability of resources. If you are not sure which type of hosting is right for your site, please contact us for help and advice.


    Shared hosting

    Shared hosting, also known as Shared Hosting, is hosting multiple sites on a single server, where the sites share the server's resources such as CPU time, memory, disk space, and every traffic. This type of hosting is the most attractive, economical and suitable for most small websites, blogs, forums and online stores. It is also the most prepared to assemble, as it conveys a customized operating system and applications.

    However, in a shared hosting, each site has a limited amount of resources, so if there is a high concentration on the server or a large number of visitors, the site may start to freeze or even stop. You also cannot get a link to your site in excess of the allocated amount.

    If you are considering an active ad network or are planning a lot of traffic on your site, then shared hosting may not be right for you. In this case, it is recommended to choose a more powerful type of hosting, such as a virtual private server or cloud hosting.

    When choosing a hosting, it is necessary to take into account preferences, such as: server speed, availability of support, the possibility of back-up services, etc. Also important is the reliability of the hosting provider and its reputation in the market. Shared hosting is usually provided at various rates, with prices starting from a few euros per month.


    Virtual private server (VPS server)

    VPS hosting (VDS hosting) is suitable for large projects: development and development of applications, a large number of sites, online stores with high traffic, online publications (media). On a VPS server, your site will work in a limited environment, where you will receive a guaranteed amount of resources in accordance with the selected tariff. This is a high stable operation of the site even with increased load on the server. You can also set up the software to protect your site. However, working with a VPS server requires system administration skills or the involvement of external specialists. VPS hosting for sites with medium and high traffic of 3,000-10,000 visitors. The cost usually starts from 4-20 euros per month.

    Dedicated physical server (Dedicated)

    A dedicated physical server (Dedicated) is a type of hosting that includes an entire dedicated server with high performance and reliability. This type of hosting is most suitable for large projects, it requires maximum server resources and a high degree of control over server settings. A dedicated server requires a higher level of security and hack protection than public servers.

    However, a dedicated server requires high maintenance costs, as well as experience and skills in setting up and managing the server. The cost of such hosting can be higher than other types of hosting, except for a few remaining euros per month.

    A dedicated physical server is most suitable for sites with high traffic, more than 10,000 visitors per month, as well as for large projects such as serious web applications, game servers and data warehouses.

    Cloud hosting (Cloud hosting)

    Cloud hosting, also known as a cloud platform or cloud service, is a form of hosting that uses a group of servers connected in a "cloud" (cloud) to provide computing resources. In cloud hosting, websites and applications can use the resources of multiple servers in a cluster instead of one specific server, which improves performance and reliability.

    In cloud hosting, many servers work together as a single infrastructure. This means that if one server is down, resources are automatically transferred to another server in the cluster. This requires high availability and reliability for users, as the site always remains the same even in case of failures on small servers.

    Cloud hosting also allows you to quickly scale resources depending on the preferences of the site. This means site owners can easily create or reduce dedicated resources such as CPU time, RAM, storage, and more. in accordance with the change in turnover and load on the site.

    Cloud hosting can be used for various types of sites and applications such as online stores, media, corporate sites, as well as for data storage and backup. The cost of cloud hosting may vary depending on the amount of resources required to run the site.

    Tips for choosing a hosting provider

    Avoid providers that offer too low prices. Typically, such companies save on technical support, which can lead to problems with your site.

    It is better to choose providers that provide 24/7 support. This will ensure that you can contact the administrator via chat or phone at any time.

    Pay attention to the quality of the visual design of the provider's website. A poorly executed portal may indicate a lack of competence and professionalism of the provider.

    If your project is small and simple solutions are suitable at the initial stage, consider using free shared hosting. However, be aware of the restrictions that may apply to such services.

    Pay attention to the speed of the hosting provider. If your site takes more than three seconds to load, it can lead to loss of visitors.

    Choose providers that provide the opportunity to test hosting before buying. This will allow you to evaluate the speed of work and the convenience of managing the service.

    If you are serious about promoting your business online, don't look for the cheapest solutions. It is more important to choose a reliable and professional provider. However, if you have already chosen the wrong hosting provider, do not despair - there is always an opportunity to upgrade to a better service.


    How to make a website yourself?


    If you want to build a website yourself, then the first step is to choose the right website building tool. If your business project requires a more complex site, then using a website builder may not be the best choice. In this case, to create a website, you may need to know how to program, or find a professional web developer.

    If you decide to use the constructor, then you need to choose the service that is most suitable for your business. When choosing a designer, pay attention to the following parameters:
    - the availability of the necessary functions (for example, integration with payment systems, the availability of the necessary widgets);
    - customization options (for example, setting color schemes and fonts);
    - the cost of using the constructor;
    - the ability to create a mobile version of the site.

    After choosing a constructor, you need to register on the site and start creating a site by choosing the appropriate design and customizing it to your needs. After that, you can start adding content to the site (text, images, videos). Be sure to check how your site displays on mobile devices.

    If you have chosen the paid version of the builder, then you will also need to connect a domain name (for example, and set up an SSL certificate to ensure a secure connection to your site. In addition, you should make sure that your hosting provides the desired site loading speed and good stability.

    In general, building a website on your own can be quite a time-consuming process, especially if you are not experienced in web development. In this case, it may be better to turn to professionals who can create a website that takes into account all your requirements and desires.