Sunday, May 31, 2020

How Internet Works Explained

Who Controls your Internet How Internet Works  Explained

How Internet Works  Explained

 Hello friends

  Have you ever wondered who controls the internet around the world?

  You might think that internet providers like Jio, Airtel and BSNL control the internet

  But this is not true

  If one company stops providing, there are other companies present

  Then you may think that maybe our government will control it but it is not true

  At most, the government can block 2- Facebook posts or websites

  But they can be easily abandoned

  And it's not about controlling the Internet around the world

  Then, you might think that companies like Google, Facebook and Youtube control it

  Because they have the most data

  But this is not true either because you can create your own website

  And these companies will not be able to interfere

  So the question is when you are creating your own website,

  Who provides you with the space to build a website on the Internet?

  Which website can tell you which websites you can create and which websites you can't?

  In this educational video I want to tell you about the internet

  Because the Internet is an important tool for maintaining freedom and democracy around the world

  Countries like China completely block their citizens from certain websites

  Some websites like Google, YouTube and Facebook are permanently blocked there

  Because the Chinese government wants to brainwash its citizens in a certain way

  Therefore, I think it is important to understand how the internet works and what it is

  www.youtube.com

  This is a URL / link

  A domain name is called "youtube"

  And ".com" is called a top-level domain

  If you want to create your own website, then you need to purchase your domain name

  There are some websites that sell domain names as their jobs.  For example, GoDaddy.com

  If you want to purchase a domain name for your website you need to go to GoDaddy.com

  For example, I wanted to buy Dhruvarathi.com, so I went to GoDaddy.com to buy it.

  Now the question is who gave GoDaddy the right to sell domain names?

  Who is GoDaddy for selling domain names?

  There must be someone who will allow GoDaddy to sell domain names

  And if no one is there, GoDaddy has somehow become the boss of the internet

  That is, selling domain names is the same as deciding who owns which website

  But this is not the case

  He has another right

  The name of this authority is ICANN

  Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers - ICANN

  It is a non-profit organization based in Los Angeles

  You could say that this is a high level of authority about the Internet

  It has the power to authorize websites like GoDaddy.com to sell domain names

  It is up to the website to decide which domain names it can sell

  It is the top tier authority that decides which domain names can actually exist

  Can be .Com, .in, .info or .gov

  All this has been decided by ICANN

  (For example), we can create a website called .gov

  We can create domain names with .com in it

  Although it is a non-profit organization, it sells top-level domain names by bidding to other companies.

  The companies to which it is sold are called "registries"

  You can visit ICANN's website and see which companies have purchased various top-level domains

  For example, .aa has been purchased by the American Automobile Association

  Below are the registrars of registrars.  Companies like GoDaddy.com

  Which can sell people both top-level domain as well as domain names

  So, is ICANN the god of the internet?

  This cannot be said because the Internet is a very decentralized network

  You can assume they are purely identical

  All mobile phones and computers connected to the Internet make up the Internet

  You can call it "server"

  Your mobile phones and computers are data centers and servers that are connected to each other by wire

  Huge water cables have been laid across the continent

  They connect computers around the world

  Which make up the internet

  Now, you may ask that my mobile phone is not connected with any cable,

  So how does the internet work on it?

  Mobile phones operate via mobile towers and (offer) 3G, 4G which does not have a very wide range

  Your mobile phone has 3G / 4G signal while you are near mobile towers

  But if you go a little farther, the signals (on your phone) will not appear

  So mobile phone towers are actually connected to wires

  And finally connected to the stars that are connected to the connected stars around the world

  You can easily understand this in the map

  A big wire came to India via Mumbai

  From the point of Mumbai, the wire spread in different directions and reached different parts of India

  Which brought the internet to different parts of the country

  So, in a way you can tell which company has laid these wires

  Has a large number of vital forces

  Because it provides internet in many places

  Secondly, you can say that the companies that lay cables on the ground

  To help deliver internet to every home by connecting these wires to the main cable

  And connect your computer to the Internet around the world

  They also have enormous power

  They are called Internet Service Providers (ISPs)

  These will be companies like Airtel, Geo, BSNL

  Which provides internet to your homes

  And yes, they have significant power

  This is because these ISPs can block specific websites as directed by the government

  If the government says so

  But they do not have enough power to control many things

  Because you can use VPN to overcome the obstacle of ISP

  Just like every mobile phone has a number from which you can call another mobile phone,

  Similarly, every device connected to the Internet has an IP address

  Then it could be your computer, your smartphone or another server like a data center

  If it is connected to the Internet, it will have an IP address

  Every website also has an IP address

  For example, if you call one number, the call will go to another phone that you can talk to

  Similarly when you type IP address in your browser

  It goes to another server and you are able to view the website of that server on your own computer

  Now you can say that you type the domain name, not the IP address

  Domain names are associated with IP addresses

  In fact, humans cannot read IP addresses because they are numbered and numbered

  So the domain name is the human readable type of IP address

  When you type a website domain name into your browser,

  Then the thing that converts the domain name into an IP address is called the domain name server-DNS

  Sometimes Internet service providers block certain websites from DNS

  So that when you type a domain name it is not able to link it to a specific IP address

  So the DNS of the internet service providers blocks you from reaching certain websites

  You can only use one public DNS for this.  For example, Google's DNS is 8.8.8.8

  You can change your DNS by going to your mobile settings

  You can go to settings on your computer and change your DNS to start using Google DNS

  Blocked websites will then be blocked

  Of course using a VPN is another way

  So let's get back to our original question

  Who controls the Internet?  Who does it belong to?

  The correct answer would be that it does not belong to anyone and belongs to everyone

  Because the Internet only works when there is a decentralized system

  And if you want to own a part of the internet, if you want to own,

  You can only do this when you create your own website

  How can you build a website?

  Purchase your own domain name

  So you need to buy a server where your website can be stored

  Now you can point out that I said that your mobile phone and your computer can also be servers

  Yes, they can be

  But she doesn’t have the power and space to process enough to store an entire website

  Also, your computer or your phone does not work 24/7

  Your website will only be available to 24/7 users on the Internet when it runs 24/7

  So that’s what people usually do

  Large companies have installed their data centers and huge servers, which are very secure

  You can purchase a server there to store your website

  Then you need to link your domain name to your server and publish your DNS

  Now, consider this

  You have a website.  What if you are able to use this website just like you use your hard disk or pendrive?

  This is because the website on the server is providing you with storage space

  When you're out somewhere

  (You can) Only your website can be opened on the Internet

  And you are able to view documents stored on the hard disk, such as websites

  The world will not be able to access this website despite the difference

  Only you will be able to access it because it will have a username and password

  So you get your own website that you can use as a hard disk

  Houm.me is a website / app that allows you to create your own website

  And you can use your website like storage space

  In the words of this app, you can create a "digital home"

  Now you may ask, how is this different from Dropbox?

  It's the same with Dropbox and Google Drive

  The difference is that the company does not handle your work

  That is, documents you upload can also be accessed by Google

  The same thing applies to Dropbox

  The difference with Houm.me is that no one else can access it

  Because you want to create a new website

  Houm.me will not be able to access your website automatically

  You get extra privacy and security here

  If you want to try, then this website offers 30 days free trial.

Saturday, May 30, 2020

How To Choose The Best Web Hosting For Your Needs

How To Choose The Best Web Hosting For Your Needs - 8 Types Of Hosting Explain

How To Choose The Best Web Hosting For Your Needs - 8 Types

there are so many different types of web

hosting accounts to choose from and it

could get a little confusing and a

little overwhelming to keep tabs and to

understand the different types of

hosting so that you could choose the

right hosting for your situation and for

your needs and that's the purpose of

this Post is for it to help you be able

to choose the right web hosting for you

hi my name is Adam from WP crafter comer

I make WordPress tutorial videos for non

techies and if you're new here consider

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make sure to hit that notification bell

okay so we're gonna jump into this video

it's gonna be more presentation style

like this so let's just go ahead and get

started first I want you to know what to

expect in this video number one this

video is gonna help you choose the right

hosting for you whether you just want

one website multiple website ecommerce

website online learning course website

you're a web developer and you're

hosting websites for clients that's what

this video is for to help you choose the

best web hosting package for you and for

your needs

now it's also going to be very helpful

to identify what other types of hosting

are out there and what you should be

looking for when deciding what host is

for you so you can know when it's time

to change web hosting providers because

we all start someplace but then we might

need to make changes as time goes on and

so I'm gonna help you identify those now

you might be surprised but this video is

not gonna be me making recommendations

saying go to this host and get service

there or this host that's not what this

videos for this video is for explaining

the different types of hosting that are

out there so that you know what type of

service to pursue for your needs okay

and but if you are interested in

recommendations my website that I have

all those at is order new hosting

dot-com

I have a lot of information there on the

different types of hosting that we're

going to talk about in this video

different top tier companies that

provide services reviews for those

companies I've got it all right there

and I've got something

that I've recently added there and

uptime monitor page so most of these

hosts I have a website on I'm doing

real-time monitoring to see the uptime

every minute and to test the load time

and I'm making this I'm paying for this

and I'm making this available to whoever

visits order new hosting comm they'll be

able to view this page or you could just

go to my website WP crafter and click on

hosting both take you to the same exact

place now surprisingly I don't think you

should put all the weight in your

decision based upon that uptime monitor

page it is nice I've got it right here

this is what it looks like and you can

see the name of the company you can see

their uptime over the past seven days

but you shouldn't put all of your

decision in what you see there because

this is really just showing you the

uptime for the one server that has my

one website on that one service so a lot

of these companies have thousands of

servers that they're managing all this

is going to show you is the uptime of

one and it could be something related to

a wordpress update or something along

those lines that cause a little bit of

downtime it is actually very normal

obviously we all want 100% uptime that's

the goal and the hosts want to provide

that I'm just saying that one person's

experience might not mirror someone

else's and there's other things to

consider and look for when choosing a

web host but I did want to make this

uptime monitor available for you and for

the people that visit my web site so we

have a big problem when it comes to

hosting and it usually boils down to

expectations right so we all want the

Ferrari right we want the nice fast

beautiful car or maybe if you're not a

Ferrari person like me you might like a

convertible luxurious Bentley and that's

kind of what we all want that's what

we're expecting but we don't all have

the budget for that we might just have

the budget for a Toyota now there's

nothing wrong with Toyota's I've been

driving Toyota's of for years but the

experience

I get with the Toyota versus the

experience in a Ferrari are obviously

going to be different the price tag is

different the handling is different the

interiors different every aspect of

these two experiences are going to be

different and that is a lot of how

hosting is we want the Ferrari but we

might only have the budget for the

Toyota and that's okay but you just want

to go in with the right expectations and

that's why you can see one hosting

package costs five dollars per month and

one hosting package cost $500 per month

there's this difference but there is

something that you get that's different

depending on what you pay just like

whether you're buying a Toyota or a

Ferrari I personally wouldn't want a

Ferrari I prefer a Bentley but who are

we kidding I'm probably never going to

drive a Bentley anyways so I broken down

to the four criteria that you should use

when deciding and evaluating various

hosts and I like to call this and I

coined this term I didn't get it from

anywhere else is the flores's of hosting

okay so the first s is speed so

depending on the plan that you choose

and the companies you want to be looking

for how fast is your website going to

load so that's the first one's speed the

next one is support are you gonna get

support not just my websites down can

you help me but support like I don't

know what happened to my WordPress

password I can't login can you maybe fix

that for me or I'm trying to update this

plug-in it's not working can you fix

this for me WordPress specific support

okay so the different supports you get

and I think support is actually one of

the most important experiences that you

want to evaluate when choosing a web

host as the support experience that

you're going to get the level of help

you're going to get and do they have a

wordpress expertise next is security are

the connote number one include a free

ssl certificate that's a must

nowadays there are some hosts that still

don't do this a lot of them have been

getting on the bandwagon but security

goes a lot further than

that another site of security is are

they taking proactive measures to

prevent and block brute-force attacks on

your website scanning for

vulnerabilities on your website things

like that that is what I'm talking about

when I'm referring to security also side

note with that not all web hosts and

this is a big pain point point for

people is if you have an outdated

plug-in on your website your website

gets a vulnerability gets hacked into

and now you've got all this junk on your

website is your website host gonna clear

that out for you and most web hosts

actually don't but there are certain

ones that you do pay more for that are

more than happy to clean your website

out for you and next comes specialty and

what this is is thus the web host

provide any specific features for

WordPress users and so specialty would

be a staging area and what that means is

instead of just updating your website

and then later finding out there's a

problem that you can login click a

button one button and it'll create this

separate instance of your website where

you can go and test different things

test different design things update

plugins and see if it causes any

problems this kind of staging area so

that's a perfect example of a specialty

another specialty is some form of

caching and that's a speed optimization

do they have some of these WordPress

specific specialties some of the hosts

will update your website for you they'll

do all of these different things so

that's one of the things you want to

evaluate when choosing a web host for

you so ok now we're gonna get to it

there are eight different categories of

hosting some of these are closely

related but you can easily break them

down into eight different categories

this is something else that I came up

with when looking at all of the

different types of hosting to organize

it this way and the way that makes the

most sense so you're gonna have your

first type of hosting which is basic

shared hosting this is the hosting that

a lot of us will start out with our

first website on I sure know that I did

with basic shared hosting there

isn't much by way of special features on

it for WordPress users most of them do

not have specific WordPress related

support so you're not going to them and

asking them to reset your WordPress

password and it's just your basic shared

hosting and this is the most affordable

type of hosting we all start here but

eventually we try to move on beyond here

next is two different types of managed

WordPress hosting okay so some of them

have something called cPanel and it's a

control panel that allows you to install

your websites it allows you to create

email account to access the file system

and do all kinds of stuff like that that

you may want to do to make it easier to

manage all of your different websites

that you have so there's a cPanel based

managed WordPress hosting you pay just a

little bit more for this type of hosting

but it tends to be a more stable and a

more smooth experience plus because it's

managed WordPress they're usually going

to have some way of updating your

plug-ins and themes for you and some

additional features like staging

environments and stuff like that so

that's going to be your cPanel now

there's the custom managed WordPress

hosting providers and what they've done

is for optimal performance they have

done away with this industry standard

cPanel and have said created their own

custom control panel now one of the

things when it's a managed WordPress

hosting that has their custom panel just

about every single time they do not

include email hosting so if you want to

also have your web host have your email

and I'll have a separate video on why

you would or would not want to do that

this category of managed WordPress

hosting providers that's just not an

option and it's simple you usually would

just use Google Apps or some kind of

third-party service for your email

hosting but those usually give you the

most phenomenal type of speed and

specialty out of all of the different

web hosts for word

press but they also have a different

billing method usually and they charge

you you choose a plan and you get a

certain amount of visits unique visitors

to your website in a month if you go

over that you might get bumped up to the

next package or you might get charged

some kind of a surcharge fee and so

that's going to be typical when you have

managed WordPress hosting with their

custom control panel like I said if you

visit order new hosting.com I have it

all kind of broken down there the

different companies that have these

different types of services so it all

makes sense now there's a new type of

hosting that I've seen and there's only

one or two hosting providers that have

this type of service right now and it's

called managed WooCommerce hosting it's

going to be a lot like managed WordPress

hosting but the environment has been

optimized for WooCommerce ecommerce

shops and they usually come included

with some services that are outside of

WordPress that make running an

e-commerce shop that much easier that

much smoother and that much more

efficient and strategic like I said this

is a newer type of hosting that you are

not seeing everywhere just yet it might

catch on who knows but it's something

that is going around right now next you

would have reseller hosting so what

reseller hosting typically is is it's

just like basic shared hosting but it

allows you to create these separate

containers of web hosting accounts that

you can use for individual clients so

obviously you can have any any type of

hosting plan that allows you to have

more than one web web website hosted on

it and you could put a client's website

on it but the only thing is is if you

have your personal website and your

clients website you're not going to want

to give your client an actual login

because now they can access your stuff

so that's what reseller hosting is for

so typically you find this with cPanel

based hosting and what it does is it

allows you to create unique individual

cPanel account so you can have all of

your clients websites and email

accounts separate from each other and it

allows you to create these cPanel

accounts you pay one fee and you get a

certain amount of resources and then you

would just allocate them to each one of

your clients this is great if you're a

web agency and you want to keep all your

clients separate but like I said you can

turn any web hosting account into a

reseller account really as long as your

client doesn't need to actually log into

the account in order to manage or

maintain anything not only that but they

won't ask you for the login that's going

to be uncomfortable if you do have them

on your hosting account and then they

ask for the login and you're like sorry

you're not getting this next is cloud

hosting and cloud hosting has been going

on for a while now cloud hosting is not

for the faint at heart it's literally

just imagine a Linux server everything

has to be done with the terminal command

line typing in commands and there's no

control panel there's no support there's

none of that available to you now in

this instance I'll mention a few names

of companies there's digital ocean

there's Linode there is vulture you're

literally just buying this dedicated

container of resources there's no

control panel or anything to manage it

and if you have a problem you are

completely 100% on your own it's not for

most people but if you would consider

yourself a Linux system administrator or

know enough to get by on the command

line terminal SSH and all of that guys

you know I can actually do that and I've

had my own cloud hosting before and I

could do it just fine but it gave me

anxiety because I knew I knew enough to

get my website going but I didn't know

enough to solve problems if those

problems came up so even me even though

I have the ability to have a cloud

hosting I chose not to now cloud hosting

is gonna get you the best performance at

the lowest the price it is insane what

you could do with cloud hosting but

thank goodness there's something called

managed cloud hosting

and there this is a new category as well

so essentially what they're doing is

they're taking those cloud hosting

servers and they you would instead order

it through the managed cloud hosting

provider and they will provide you a

control panel to make it really easy to

install WordPress and they're also going

to provide some some of them also

provide support so you can ask for help

if there's a problem with your server

problem with your website anything like

that you get the help but the only thing

is you're paying almost double twice the

cost of just going and getting that

cloud server yourself I will say that I

have used there's a really the big dog

is cloud ways they're the main company

that are pioneering this managed cloud

hosting type of hosting and I've used

them below before and they are fantastic

I have a full tutorial and review coming

out on cloud weighs the pros and cons of

cloud ways but that's not what this

video is about okay then you have VPS is

Virtual Private servers and this is

actually going to be very similar to

what you would get with the cloud

hosting except think of cloud hosting

but with a cPanel control panel that you

can have to make it easy to add email

accounts and have multiple websites and

all of that but you're getting some

dedicated resources and you're paying

more for it obviously and you can also

use a VPS most of the time if it comes

with something called WH M it allows you

to create those separate cPanel accounts

if you wanted to also use it for

reselling now most VPS services that

does come with support so you can go and

ask for help if you run into any trouble

and lastly we've already made it through

seven the last one it's just a dedicated

server so you go to the hosting company

and they have full dedicated servers so

the entire machine 100% of its resources

are for you now you can get these with

the operating system on it or it could

just be Linux you can terminal and SSH n

or they can have cPanel or whm on

and then you can use that just like you

would use the virtual private server

except you have more resources and those

resources are dedicated to you so this

is going to be your dedicated server so

most of us actually are going to end up

starting using basic shared hosting and

then move up to manage WordPress hosting

and then there's that decision of going

with the ones with cPanel or the ones

that have their custom control panel but

you have that kind of a metered

experience where you might have to pay

more depending on how many people

actually visited your website that

particular month and then you might move

up from there

on to manage cloud hosting and I have

managed cloud hosting right now because

I need tip top peak performance and I

like having the dedicated resources ok

so what is next so I just listed out

eight different categories of hosting so

what's next is I have a dedicated video

on each of these types of hosting coming

and I will link them in the video

description box down below so if you've

watched this video and you say hmm I'm

most interested in managed WordPress

hosting that has the highest performance

and that's going to be the one with out

cPanel and with a custom control panel

and so I have a dedicated video on that

where I'm gonna go over some of the

various companies and their pros and

cons of each of those companies to help

you choose one that is perfect for you

expect those eight videos linked in the

video description box down below and

then from those videos there will be an

individual review of the individual

hosting companies and kind of a video to

show you around the service to make it

that much easier to start using the

service and using it to its fullest a

lot of these web hosting services it's

hard to review from a longevity

standpoint but I can certainly use the

service and understand the control panel

do a review of that or review of the

sport support a review of the speed at

that moment a review of the spec

Elte at that moment and i can do all of

that so that's what those particular

videos are gonna be like I said if you

visit order new hosting.com I've got the

uptime monitor right there and I've got

links to these individual reviews right

there as well just to make it as easy as

possible for you to choose the right web

hosting service for you you don't have

to just make the choice that someone is

suggesting to you I really want you to

understand the different types of

hosting so you can choose the right one

that meets your needs today tomorrow or

might be the next type of leveling up

which is a good thing right so you know

when your website is doing good getting

good traffic you might want to level up

and get higher performance so that's it

for me in this video I want to know what

you think in the comment section down

below any specific questions you have

about web hosting I'm glad I stuck to my

rule of no recommendations in this video

I hope you can take it at that face

value and so if you've appreciated that

or if you've learned anything in this

video consider giving it a thumbs up and

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like this hey I appreciate you spending

this time to meet with me today to make

sure you choose the right hosting that

meets your needs I can't wait to see you

in the next post thanks for reading.

Cheap Beast Web Hosting Provider 2020 To Choose When On A Budget!

Cheap Web Hosting Best Provider To Choose When On A Budget!  2020 

Cheap  Beast Web Hosting Provider 2020 To Choose When On A Budget!

In this post, I'm going to show you

3 web hosting providers that offer

the lowest possible prices for web

hosting and still deliver a quality and

reputable service. I've tested these web

hosting providers for more than 3

months to make sure that if you do

decide to go with them you're not

sacrificing any security, speed or

stability. So, let's jump right into the

results!

The cheapest stable and fast web

hosting provider and the

 #1 Hostinger.

Hostinger is the relatively new web hosting

company that's only started to get some

popularity recently. Hostinger plans

start at just 99 cents a month but I

have a coupon code so if you use the

links down below and enter the code

hosting review you get an additional 10%

off. So, that would be just 89 cents per

month. By the way, more often than not you

can get this plan for 72 cents. They like

to change the prices from time to time

but in general it's always under $1. By

the way I don't want to be misleading

and mentioned that the links down below

and actually affiliate links. That means

if you buy something through that link

I'll make a commission, these

commission's simply allow me to monetize

my channel without accepting ads or

sponsorship deals. Because buying and

maintaining a lot of web hosting

packages at the same time isn't the

cheapest of endeavors. So, get the biggest

possible web hosting discounts and

support my content at the same time by

using the links down below and if you

don't want to do it that's completely

fine it's up to you and now let's get

back to the actual post. 89 cents per

month mean you can buy a 4 year

plan with a free SSL certificate

included for just $43. If you want a

domain name that'll cost you an additional

9 dollars per year. So, you get

everything you need to develop your

website and maintain it for 4 years

by spending just $52. Keep in mind, that

this is only the initial price and once

it's time to renew the price jumps up

dramatically. If you want to continue

hosting for 4 more years it's going

to cost you $400 this time. So, for long

term hosting I definitely have better

solutions than Hostinger and

I'll talk about them more later in this

post. So, keep reading. In terms of

performance, however, it's much better

than what you might expect from a cheap

web hosting provider. Here's a side by

side loading speed comparison between

Hostinger, SiteGround, and GoDaddy. I've

done the test with the cheapest Hostinger

and GoDaddy plans and I the most

expensive plan for SiteGround. Hostinger was the fastest followed by GoDaddy

and then SiteGround in the third place I

used it the fastest SiteGround plan just

because well it was the only one I had.

But I was super interested if there's

actually a difference, a noticeable

difference between a $1 hosting plan and

$10 hosting plan. And surprisingly both

Hostinger and GoDaddy outperformed SiteGround.

So, this just goes to show that

the most expensive option isn't

necessarily always the best one. Hostinger offers pretty stable

servers as well. They do go down once

in a while for a minute here and there

but I can't really complain much. Here's

the uptime statistics from the past

3 months. All of this green bar is

the time that my website was online

during the three month period. And the

red parts when it was offline. There was

one incident where my website went down

for 9 hours but aside from that, it

was running smoothly pretty much all of

the 3 months. Overall I'm a big

advocate for Hostinger services on

this channel just because I used their

services myself, I think they have a

great product for a great price and

their performance claims can actually be

backed up by data. If you're interested

in a more in-depth look at Hostinger

I've actually done a full review that I'll

link right here. But it doesn't matter

how much I like hosting and there's no

denying that they're only cheap the

first time around, if you're in new

customer of course they're great but if

you're looking for the long-term

solution Hostinger is just gonna

increase the prices upon renewal to

industry standard. But there are

companies that do not increase the price

upon renewal and that's my second

recommendation - Interserver.

Similar to Hostinger, Interserver is a less

known web hosting brand that offers some

amazing deals that usually go under the

radar. For the most part, Interserver has

one key feature that

makes it cheaper than most other web

hosting providers and that's the price

lock guarantee. Interserver plans will

always cost you the same amount the

price you buy their plan for is the

price that is set for your account. That

means if you signed up for 4 dollars

per month that's what you'll pay until

you cancel. As far as I know, they're the

only company that does this. So, that's

why it's super beneficial to buy their

plans during promotion periods. For

example, during this Black Friday they

had a 50% off shared web hosting plans.

So, if you buy during the promotion

period it doesn't matter that the next

month there's no promotion, your plans

are still discounted.... for life. Here's

some pricing data if you buy hosting for

one year and then you have to renew. I'll

be comparing plans that offer unlimited

features are not the cheapest ones

because Intersever only has one plan

and honestly, they're offering way too

much for the price that they're charging.

Hostinger $72 initial price, $90

renewal, total cost for 2 years $162

Interserver $54 initial price, $54 renewal

total cost for 2 years $108. SiteGround however, $71

initial price $239 dollar renewal, total cost for 2 years

$310 and

this is how it would look if we would

add another year of renewals on top. And

this gap only increases with every

single year of renewals. So in my opinion,

Interserver is definitely the cheapest

long-term solution there is. But let's

say you only need web hosting for like a

month or 2? Well, my boys at inter sever

have you covered as well. You can buy

just 1 month of hosting by spending

only 5 dollars and renew each month

if needed. Again as far as I know, they're

the only reputable web hosting company

that offer monthly plans without a setup

fee or an increase in price. But how's

their performance?

Well my Interserver website loads in just

0.9 seconds according to GTmetrix

which is really close to the fastest web

hosting provider I've tested this year a2hosting.

Well... last year actually. But what is more

their stability is quite impressive

during my monitoring period Interserver

achieved a 99.994% uptime that

means that on average my website should

only be down for 2 minutes every month.

Interserver also has one of the lowest

average response times out of any web

hosting provider I've tested before. Just

173 milliseconds. Other providers, usually

hover at around the 500 millisecond mark.

That means that not only Interserver is

fast and stable they're consistently

fast and stable. And that's what you want

from your web hosting companies

predictability. If you're interested in a

more in-depth Interserver review I'll

put it up on the screen right here. But I

can't stress enough how much I like

Interserver. Not many people know about

it they don't spend much on marketing,

But they really do care about the

customer, they're not money hungry and I

do recommend their services. Okay, but

what if you want to go with the safer

choice something a bit more popular

something a bit more well known?

Well, I

can only recommend Bluehost. Not because

they're extremely cheap. Because in all

honesty, they're not when compared to

Hostinger or InterServer. But you are able

to get a discount by using the links

in the description down below. And

Bluehost gives you a lot of bang for

your buck. Since their plans include some

extra features to sweeten the deal.

Their plans start at $2.75

cents a month if you're using the

discount links below and you get a free

SSL certificate and a free domain name

for the first year. So, a 3-year hosting

plan would cost $100 and 1 year plan

would cost you $60. Out of all the

mainstream web hosting choices Bluehost

is definitely the cheapest one and they

do offer good performance for the price

that you're paying. For example, during

the speed test my Bluehost website

loaded in just 0.7 seconds which is

the best result from all of the

providers I've tested in this post and

this was done with the cheapest plan.

Bluehost had an uptime of 99.949%

over the last 3 months with

no big outages, only small

1 minute or less downtimes. If you

want to know more about Bluehost I've

actually done a review about them

quite a while back I'll link it right

here. But for now I hope you found this

post helpful and you found a web

hosting solution that fits you. Without

breaking the bank,

good luck making your websites and I'll

see in the next post.