Shared-server web hosting was formed back in the 1990s when folks determined that they could partition a web server into smaller spaces, and offer to sell each little space as web hosting much cheaper than a full server hosting plan. Since then shared-server web hosting has become an industry norm with most hosting companies offering some type of this affordable level of service.
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When it comes to web hosting, some small or medium business owners need a variety of options. A web host that offers a single, “all inclusive” plan may be great for the masses, but when it comes down to choosing a plan that’s right for you, having a variety of options from which to choose is may be more advantageous.
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The web hosting industry is filled with companies who can offer a single hosting plan suitable for most websites. However, some websites need a little more computing power and hosting options, and can quickly outgrow a single-server hosting plan.
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In the web hosting industry there is a clear movement toward energy efficiency and environmental protection. Why? A large web server data center can use up the same amount of electricity in a year as a small town. Thus web hosts are becoming conscious of being “Green” with their energy purchases and energy conservation.
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How does a web hosting company make its mark on the industry and with customers? It needs a specific and unique approach that is attractive to a wide array of customers, and stay in synch with industry technology standards in order to compete.
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Sometimes you just need a little more server power and attention from a web hosting company. Websites that take off and become very popular can quickly eat up “unmetered” bandwidth and can trigger a host to start adding additional charges for the high traffic. Why shouldn’t a web host be able to offer flexible hosting plans as the website grows?
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