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Need good advice about a a server

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Rayjays96, Feb 18, 2015.

  1. Rayjays96

    Rayjays96 Newbie

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    What are some good servers that are fast and cheap or I can pay per hour to use? I want to use these servers for nike. Thanks
     
  2. Vaspar

    Vaspar Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    dream host is best for server , very useful service . u can try ..
     
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    From my experience ,Cheap hosting means overloaded servers and slow speed.So spend a few dollars more a month for future safety.
     
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    Not necessarily! Depending on the provider it can sometimes be the opposite - choose a host that has good reviews, that is reliable and is affordable. A balance of this is the key to having a stable website.
     
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    Depends what you're looking for; dedicated, VPS, or shared hosting. All three have different criteria when picking a reliable hosting.

    If you're picking dedicated, don't pick a server that is an old model. Also, find out in which datacenter that server is located. If the datacenter has a good network to Europe, United States (and Asia, if that's your target audience), then you're good to go. Look for a hosting that gives at least 7-day money back guarantee without reason. During that period you can open up a few tickets and see how quick and informative their customer service is. The same counts for VPS and shared hosting.

    For VPS, I would pick SSD (they're faster than HDD) and one that supports IPMI. For shared hosting, I wouldn't go with a large hosting company, because every ticket you open, they'll send you a link to a prewritten article on their website to solve your problem. It's too impersonal for my taste and not as effective as they think.