The best web hosting you can get for your start up should be the bare minimum. Surprisingly enough, you’re probably going to be able to get away with paying 10 bucks or less per month for some good, and reliable, hosting. Don’t get in over your head by purchasing a dedicated server (unless you need to) or anything like that. You can get a nice simple virtual hosting account that should be more than enough to handle your business. Whenever you need to upgrade you can generally do it without too much hassle. Most hosting companies are willing to work with you as you grow and upgrade your account as needed. When & if you ever get to the point of needing a beefier server you should be making enough money to have someone help you with the entire move over. The great thing about running an online company is that you can keep your costs low & scale up when you need to.
I like BlueHosting.com and will be using them for this project. They usually have some kind of promo going on, usually it’s if you commit to a 36 month term deal, I personally would avoid that. I’m just going for the $5.95/mo plan & then adding on the site backups for $1.67. Having backups is insanely important, so make sure whatever host you go with keeps routine backups of your data. If there’s one thing you take away from this post, it’s to make sure you have back ups!
Since you probably already have a domain name by now, when you go to setup the account.
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