I often get asked what web hosting provider I use for my sites and today I answer that question, and also the reasons why. I would also love to hear what you consider the best web host provider, whether it be as a designer, developer or any other creative professional.
Web Hosting is the service providing space on the Internet for websites. When you make a website and want other people to see it, you will need to publish (or upload) it with a web hosting service. Web hosting services work by storing your website files in high-powered computers (web servers) connected to a very fast network. When someone types in your web address (such as www.webnoesys.in), the Internet connects to the web server holding your website files and then transfers your website information back to their computer. From there they can surf and view the pages of your website. Anything related to managing these servers and its software, security, support, bandwidth, speed and so much more, is what we are all about! Because we provide web hosting services to over a million websites, we have special data centers that are built from the ground up to serve the purpose of web hosting.
Before we jump into the different types of web hosting, it’s important to remember you have to have a domain name so your website can be found on the Internet. The domain name is essentially your company’s Internet address; the same way your company’s street address is used to find your offices, a domain name is used to find your website. Considering this, pick a domain name that’s memorable and relevant!
Since domains are so simple, buying them is too. Using our domain registration services, you can get a domain for just $9.49/year! Our website builder and web hosting packages include a free domain name, and makes it easier to link the domain name and the website together.
Types of Web Hosting
As technology has progressed different types of web hosting have appeared to meet the different needs of websites and customers:
1) Shared Web Hosting
2) Website Builder
3) Cloud Hosting
4) Dedicated Hosting