The world of modern web technology is growing incredibly fast. While we have more possibilities before us than ever, we do not always make the best use of them—getting around basic terminology seems to be one of the biggest challenges.
Shared hosting - the cheapest and the most popular type of web hosting. When purchasing a shared plan, you get a part of a server that can be used for allocating a relatively small website. Shared plans are great for startups.
VPS hosting - the golden mean. VPS hosting awards you with a bigger part of a server. In fact, this gives you better performance and smaller risk of getting your website(s) blocked because of bad server neighborhood.
SEO - an abbreviation of Search Engine Optimization, which is a combination of services used for raising the rank of your website in the lists of search results. SEO quality often depends on hosting, e.g. on the geographical location of your servers.Get Started
Datacenter - a room where your web hosting company keeps all (or a big part) of their servers. Good datacenters are secure, fire-protected, and have good ventilation.
Hard drives volume that can be used for allocating your website and all related files.
The characteristics that define traffic speed and the amount of incoming and outgoing information that can be processed by your hosting plan.
Software used for managing your hosting software and hardware (if possible). A control panel lets you create a website from scratch or host an existing website with higher efficiency.
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