With many hosting types, multiple pricing tiers, and countless add-ons and extras, choosing a website hosting package can be pretty complex. In this article, we’ll give you an overview of how to choose the right website hosting package, including:
– The different types of website hosting and their features
– The cost of each type of website hosting
– Tips for finding the best value when choosing a website host
We offer two types of website hosting for small businesses
We offer two types of website hosting: shared and managed. Each type has its own set of features and benefits, and their costs can vary greatly.
Shared hosting is the most popular type of website hosting for small businesses. It’s also the most affordable, with our plans starting at £15 per month and we use Krystal. Shared hosting is a good option for small businesses that have a limited budget and don’t need the features of more expensive hosting plans.
With shared hosting, your website is stored on the same server as other websites. This means that you share resources like bandwidth and storage space with other websites on the same server. Shared hosting is a good option for small businesses that have a limited amount of traffic and features.
Our managed hosting is a type of website hosting that gives you more control over your server and includes additional features and services. With managed hosting, you get a dedicated team of experts that manage your server for you. This includes tasks like updates, security, and backups. We recommend this type of hosting for larger websites or eCommerce platforms. Our managed hosting plans start at £25 per month and we use WP engine.
Tips for finding the best value when choosing hosting
When choosing a website host, it’s important to find the best value for your specific needs. Here are some tips to help you find the best value:
– Determine the type of hosting you need based on the features and services you require.
– Compare the costs of different hosts by taking into account the features and services they offer.
– Consider the amount of traffic your website gets and choose a host that can accommodate your traffic.
– Make sure to read reviews of different hosts before making your decision.
Sounds like a lot to consider – you can book a call with us and we’ll talk you through it.