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A definition of site hosting

The most basic and universally used form of web hosting is the shared web hosting solution. It represents a way to host your site without having to know much about programming and running a hosting server. In addition to that, it's also the most economical type of web site hosting and it's indeed affordable for everyone. Nonetheless, what is shared web hosting?

What is shared site hosting?

As the name implies, the shared website hosting solution is a kind of service where many customers share the system reserves of one and the same hosting server. This denotes that all web hosting server elements such as CPU, hard disks, RAM, network interface cards and so on, are divided among the customers whose accounts are on that same server. This is usually made accomplishable by creating separate accounts for the different clients and allocating specific limitations and resource usage quotas for each of them. Those limitations are fixed so as to hinder the customers from meddling with each other's accounts and, of course, to hinder the web server from overburdening. Usually, shared web page hosting customers do not have root access to the web hosting server's config files, which essentially goes to say that they cannot access anything else on the hosting server but their own web hosting account. The webspace hosting features that each account may avail of are set by the hosting provider that possesses the hosting server and by the particular site hosting plan. That predetermines the second important question:

How are the shared hosting servers divided among the clients?

Hosting corporations that furnish shared web site hosting accounts usually have various web hosting plans. Those plans offer diverse quotas of hosting features and specifications, which in fact determine the restrictions that a webspace hosting account will have. The customer may choose between the separate web hosting plans and sign up for the one that he deems will suit him best. The website hosting plan will then define what limitations the client's account will involve, once set up. The costs and the features of the webspace hosting packages are determined by the particular hosting vendor. Based on the policy of the vendor, the shared site hosting service can be divided into 2 types - the free hosting solution and the common shared solution, currently very popular among "cPanel hosting" retailers as a cloud web hosting one. It's not possible to claim, which one is more preferable, since they are quite different from one another and they really are dependent on the marketing strategy of the particular corporation and, of course, the requirements of the specific customer.

What is the distinction between the free of cost and the standard shared web hosting solution?

Of course, the main difference between the free and the paid solution is in the amount of features that they offer. Free site hosting suppliers are not able to keep a huge amount of servers, hence, they plainly host more clients on one server by decreasing the amount of resources provided by the accounts. This will be effective only on condition that the web hosting servers are supervised and tackled appropriately, since the immense number of accounts may cause the web hosting server to crash again and again. Most of the free site hosting suppliers, however, overlook the quality of the service and hence, it's very tough to find a free website hosting solution that's in fact worth the effort. The top free hosting vendors typically offer free client support even to the free web hosting customers, since they want their web pages to grow bigger so that they eventually upgrade to a paid website hosting package, which includes more webspace hosting resources. One such vendor, for example, is FreeHostia.com, which is one of the biggest and oldest free web hosting companies in the world.

On the other hand, established shared web hosting providers such as BizTalk Hosting, for example, may afford to keep plenty of web servers and hence, they are able to provide much more powerful webspace hosting plans. Of course, that reflects on the cost of the web hosting plans. Paying a higher fee for a web hosting account, however, does not automatically denote that this account has a finer quality. The most optimal services are the balanced ones, which involve a price that matches the actual service which you're receiving. The top web space hosting vendors that have been around for a long time are presenting their prices and plan specs in a realistic manner, so that the customer may know what indeed he is receiving. Additionally, some of these give a free extra with the webspace hosting package, like the 1-click applications installer, complemented with hundreds of free design skins that are offered by 'BizTalk Hosting'. Such website hosting companies do look after their reputation and this is the reason why if you choose them, you can rest confident that you won't get beguiled into paying for an account that you cannot in fact use.

What should I anticipate from a shared web site hosting service?

The shared web hosting service is best for those who want to host a normal website, which is going to utilize a small or medium amount of traffic every month. You cannot expect, however, that a shared web page hosting account will last you a lifetime, since as your business develops, your website will become more and more demanding. So, you will have to ultimately migrate to a more feature-rich webspace hosting service such as a semi-dedicated server, a VPS (aka a virtual private web server, or VPS), or why not a dedicated server. So, when choosing a hosting supplier, you should also ponder about how they can be of service to you, otherwise you might end up moving your domain name manually to a separate vendor, which can create site troubles and even extended downtime for your site. Therefore, selecting a web hosting provider such as 'BizTalk Hosting', which can present you with the needed domain name and hosting services as you grow, is essential and will save you lots of annoyances in the future.