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A description of site hosting

The most standard and commonly used variety of web hosting is the shared web hosting solution. It's a means to host your web page without having to understand much about programming and administering a web server. In addition, it's also the cheapest type of web space hosting and it's quite affordable for anybody. However, what is shared site hosting?

What is shared hosting?

As the name hints, the shared website hosting solution is a kind of service where a lot of clients share the system reserves of the same hosting server. This signifies that all hosting server elements like CPU, hard disks, RAM, network interface cards etc. are apportioned among the customers whose accounts are on that very same web server. This is normally made possible by creating different accounts for the different clients and fixing certain restrictions and resource usage quotas for each of them. Those limitations are imposed in order to hinder the users from interfering with each other's accounts and, of course, to prevent the server from overburdening. Usually, shared web page hosting customers do not have complete root-level access to the server's configuration files, which principally goes to say that they do not have access to anything else on the web server aside from their own personal shared web hosting account. The site hosting features that each account may use are fixed by the hosting firm that owns the web server and by the given webspace hosting package. That predetermines the second vital question:

How are the shared hosting servers divided among the customers?

Web hosting companies that offer shared web site hosting packages usually have various website hosting packages. Those plans include different quotas of site hosting features and specs, which actually determine the limitations that a website hosting package will have. The client may select between the separate web hosting plans and sign up for the one that he believes will fit him best. The hosting package will then determine what restrictions the client's account will involve, once created. The costs and the specifications of the web site hosting packages are determined by the particular web hosting supplier. Based on the politics of the vendor, the shared web hosting solution falls into 2 categories - the free hosting solution and the regular shared service, currently very famous among "cPanel hosting" distributors as a cloud web hosting one. It's not possible to state, which one is better, since they are quite different from each other and they actually depend on the business strategy of the specific company and, of course, the needs of the particular client.

What is the contrast between the free and the regular shared site hosting solution?

Of course, the major difference between the free of charge and the paid service is in the quantity of resources that they involve. Free hosting vendors are not able to keep a great number of web servers, therefore, they plainly host more clients on a single server by lowering the amount of system resources provided by the accounts. This will be effective only if the servers are supervised and dealt with properly, since the great number of accounts may make the web server crash over and over again. The majority of the free hosting distributors, though, ignore the quality of the service and therefore, it's quite hard to come across a free webspace hosting service that's in fact worth the time. The top free hosting providers typically provide free client support even to the free web hosting clients, since they want their web sites to enlarge so that they eventually upgrade to a paid website hosting plan, which includes more site hosting resources. One such supplier, for instance, is, which is one of the biggest and oldest free web site hosting firms in the world.

On the other hand, traditional shared web hosting firms such as SupremeServer, for instance, are able to maintain plenty of hosting servers and therefore, they are able to provide much more feature-rich webspace hosting plans. Of course, that influences the pricing of the web site hosting plans. Paying a higher fee for a site hosting plan, however, does not necessarily imply that this solution has a better quality. The best solutions are the balanced ones, which offer a fee that corresponds to the real service which you're receiving. The top-notch website hosting corporations that have been around for quite a while are presenting their price tags and plan specs in an objective manner, so that the client may familiar with what exactly he is receiving. Furthermore, some of them provide a free bonus with the web site hosting package, like the 1-click applications installer, accompanied by 100's of charge-free website skins that are furnished by 'SupremeServer'. Such web space hosting companies do look after their reputation and that's why if you go with them, you can rest certain that you won't get hoaxed into purchasing a plan that you cannot actually make use of.

What should I expect from a shared web page hosting service?

The shared hosting service is best for individuals who are looking to host a standard web page, which is going to devour a small or medium amount of bandwidth each month. You cannot anticipate, though, that a shared site hosting account will last you a lifetime, since as your business grows, your web site will become more and more demanding. So, you will have to ultimately move to a more feature-rich site hosting service like a semi-dedicated server, a VPS (a.k.a. a private virtual hosting server, or VPS), or why not a dedicated server. So, when selecting a site hosting provider, you should also think about how they can be of service to you, otherwise you might end up migrating your domain name manually to a separate vendor, which can cause web site predicaments and even extended downtime for your web page. Therefore, selecting a web space hosting vendor like 'SupremeServer', which can present you with the needed domain name and hosting services as you grow bigger, is vital and will spare you a lot of troubles in the long run.