Best Webhosting Company
In this article I am going to share with you few things you need to know so that you can choose the best webhosting company for your website. If you are running a home business and still haven’t figured out the solution to your struggles, well you are not alone and it’s not your fault. The reason why you are still struggling is because you haven’t find the right information yet. And you are lucky today as the exact information you are looking for is right here staring at you. So let’s get it on!
Best Webhosting Reviews
Today we are going to jump right in and talk about how to find webhosting reviews that you can actually trust. Many people turn to the Internet when they’re looking for web hosting reviews. The problem is, unless you know what you are looking for it’s hard to find unbiased reviews.
It is important to keep in mind that many of the sites you’ll find may be affiliate sites for specific web hosts, so they have a vested interest in recommending the hosting companies that they recommend.
Today we are going to look at a few places that you can find unbiased reviews.
One of the best places to go looking for hosting reviews is web hosting or internet marketing forums. Because many of these forums don’t let people use affiliate links, the reviews are generally less biased. And in many cases you’ll find web hosts that you never would have found otherwise, simply because there are so many people on these sites.
Some of the best sources of this information include:
WebHostingGeeks.com is the most popular independently-owned web hosting review and rating website that provides real customer reviews of the most popular webhosting services like FatCow, GoDaddy, Hostmonster, and hundreds of others.
It’s also a good idea to check on any private forums that you’re a member of. Make sure you search the forum to see if there are any existing threads, but if not just post your own asking for feedback.
Social Media Sites
Websites like Facebook, Twitter and Myspace are also great places to turn for information. If you are connected with other people who are using web hosting, you can simply post a question asking for recommendations.
Much like in online forums, this will get you more objective reviews than a simple online search because most of the people who reply will recommend a host that they have personal experience with.
You can also turn to webhosting blogs to find good web hosts, but not necessarily the way you might expect. Many bloggers write posts recommending particular web hosts, but this is no different than the sites you might find in online. The fact is there’s no way to know if they’re simply making a recommendation in order to earn a commission or if they are sincerely trying to help.
Instead, check several of the popular blogs in your market and see where they are being hosted. You can find reliable hosts this way, since large, popular blogs would likely be hosted on solid servers.
You can do a little snooping by using the whois tool at: http://whois.domaintools.com. This will tell you what the nameservers are for any website that you type in, so that you can find out where the site is hosted. Because hosting is a vital part of every website you build, you want to be sure that you do your homework before making your choice.
Trust me when I say, spending the extra time up front is much easier than moving all your sites to a new host if you find out the one you chose wasn’t up to par.
So there you have it. Just to recap that the few things you need to know the best webhosting company for your website are the need to look at the following places on the internet such as online forums, webhosting reviews, social media site, and webhosting blogs.
I hope today’s web hosting post was helpful to you. Don’t forget to keep an eye out for my next post. There will be some great stuff in your next reading.
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