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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by lokko, May 5, 2017.

  1. lokko

    lokko Regular Member

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    Since site speed is a big factor in ranking with google, I'm worried about my shared hosting speed. Do most people host their money sites on shared hosting, or enterprise hostings plans? I complained I wanted faster webhost speed to my provider and they said to switch to their entreprise plan.
     
  2. Billy_Batts

    Billy_Batts Elite Member

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    Why no,most people that do that host on their own VPS and the people with real money host on managed dedicated VPS.

    I host my own sites with VPS and pleskpanel for $14 a month.
     
  3. ezrix

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    You need to switch to vps.. Try digital ocean or vultr + serverpilot.. You may find some tutorial on google on how to setup the vps.. Its easy..
     
  4. lokko

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    Here's what my host said about VPS

    "I always suggest to take an Enterprise Plan instead a VPS. The reasons:

    • Licensing. Software is expensive. If you want cPanel for your VPS, you’ll need to pay a license. Customer is left to administer his own server instance, install licenses, software needed and monitoring without any technical support. If you want managed support you’ll need to pay $29.95/mo.

    • System resources – Nobody thinks about this but running cPanel on a machine takes up a lot of resources. For example, cPanel needs atleast 512MB ram to run the core functions. On a shared host, we already allocate those resources for you and so when you sign up, you don’t waste your resources running the web server. While, on the VPS server, you get so much ram and it has to be enough for your website and for cPanel and all of the other software you want to run.

    • Enterprise is great for this very reason, no software to pay for and no need to worry about the resources cPanel takes up. The only time we will recommend a VPS is if they want a weird setup, such as TomCat servers, or very specialized PHP configurations which we can’t support in a shared server."
     
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    What a bunch of bullshit, there are other panels. I use plesk and it cost me $4 a month and it's barely using any resources.

    For $29,- you won't get the same specs, I got 2 cores, 2gb ram and 2gb swap and 40gb ssd.
     
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    its all depend on your traffic because in starting almost people have not more traffic so his site can survive in shared hosting.
     
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    What if you have high traffic, but also unlimited bandwidth and storage with shared hosting? Shouldn't that mean that you can have a good experience?