Shared Hosting or Dedicated Hosting? Now it is easier to choose.

When you want to host your website with a hosting proivder, one of the first choices you’ll need to make is whether to go with a dedicated server or shared hosting.

This is the key decision that this choozza helped me make. Choozza takes a different approach to this question; I defined my priorities and got the decision which was fine tuned for me.

You will make the decision based on these criteria:

1) Big Websites Fit – Does this hosting option fit a big website, with a large volume of traffic?

2) Control – How much control do you have over the server?

3) Cost – How expensive is each of the options?

4) IP Address Issues – Will your website have its own IP address?

5) Performance Implications – What type of performance can you expect to get from the hosting? What can affect this performance?

6) Security – What are the security implications of going this way or the other?

7) Small Websites Fit – Does this hosting option fit a small, low-to-average traffic website with no special needs (e.g. a blog).

I filled this choozza for one of my small web sites and the answer was Shared Hosting. The details provided really justified my decision.

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Amir Shevat

Amir Shevat is the global Startup Outreach lead in Google Developer Relations ( Previously, Amir Led Google Campus Tel Aviv and was the co founder of several startups.

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