Best hosting for small Business

by Ankit Jain Director

One of the biggest misconceptions about hosting and websites is that they are meant for the big fish of the industry.

Well, it is not so. Online space doesn’t differ in small and big businesses, everyone is welcomed.

If someone wants to build a website for small businesses, one of the most important decisions would be deciding the hosting provider.

A small business has limited funds, so while choosing the hosting, one has to be careful.

So it comes down to- Which is the best hosting for a small business?

Not only this question is tricky, but to find the best hosting company for a small business is a task in itself.

While looking for web hosting for small business, the first thing to keep in mind is what kind of website one requires?

Is it eCommerce, one page website, portfolio, media, non-profit, brochure, etc.

It is important, to find the best hosting sites for a small business, one needs to have an approximate idea about how much space it will take up on the internet.

After having an idea about the space, the next step is to look for the providers who offer packages around that space.

Note: The website usually grows over time, hence, it would need more space.

Other than the above, below are a few points to keep in mind to land up with the best hosting for your website.


1.             Scalability: The hosting provider must have the capacity to update your hosting package at any given point and whatever capacity.

2.             Great uptime: A hosting service is nothing without a great uptime. Make sure their servers are in place and the uptime is as high as possible. A provider with 99.995% uptime is considered very good.

3.             Support/Live chat: Being a new user, you might get stuck at various points. Therefore, it calls the need for customer support from the provider’s end.

4.             Reliable: Fraud alert. Don’t fall into the trap of overpaying, downtime,

5.             Backup: Trust us, you want a backup of your website for the ‘just in case’ situations. Therefore, before signing up, verify the backup intervals from the hosting provider.

6.             Business email accounts: It adds up to professionalism. Therefore, try and manage to get business email accounts for all communication.

7.             Control panel access: Overtime, you would want to make changes(for good) on the website. Therefore, there is no point relying on the provider for every single change. A good hosting provider will offer CPanel access to hosting. Make sure to sign up for this.


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About Ankit Jain Junior   Director

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Joined APSense since, April 17th, 2019, From Delhi, India.

Created on Jun 12th 2019 03:22. Viewed 82 times.


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