Verify Web Hosting Provider Reliability


A business cannot just trust any hosting provider for its online presence until its reliability is verified. But how and who will put it to the test? Ananova says it lists reliable hosting providers. But how can we check their statement until all the data is available to us and we can check all the facts? You cannot trust any hosting provider!

If you search on Google, you may find thousands of web hosting providers, everyone claiming to be the most reliable. Most web hosting customers select from the brands listed on the top one or two pages. So, a business trusts its Google listing. This forces businesses to improve their strategies to appear at the top of Google listings. Internet marketing – SEO, paying to advertise on Google – helps the hosting provider. Thus, almost every hosting business jumps into this race to sustain itself in the tremendously increasing competition. The hosting provider competes in terms of price, service, and quality; thus, a consumer has thousands of options to choose from. When looking into web hosting options, Ananova cautions customers not to fall for the alluring packages and advises them to make informed decisions.

A business’s IT staff chooses the hosting provider based on its past experiences. They choose a hosting package based on their budget, needs, and goals. The IT team finds thousands of hosting companies offering the same services. Even when most offer comparable bandwidth, space, and other resources, the consumer favours the most well-known brand.

Individuals and small and medium-sized businesses prefer personal WordPress hosting because it is the most cost-effective. Some bloggers choose free hosting. But those who want a professional or enterprise-looking website should consider a business WordPress hosting package. Almost 200 GB of space is available to host videos and thousands of images within the posts and images.

A free SSL is offered by almost every web hosting provider, but most businesses choose a premium instant SSL, thus keeping information secure. SSL is a must for e-commerce websites, stores, or shopping carts; otherwise, customers don’t trust payment gateways. E-commerce-based websites also look for 100% SLA and 24×7 support.

Ananova.com aims to demystify complex technical web hosting concepts.

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