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vps Hosting or shared hosting for cpa marketing ?

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by HarounLak, Mar 11, 2017.

  1. HarounLak

    HarounLak Newbie

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    Hi guys i'm a newbie in cpa marketing and i want to ask you about the difference between shared and vps hosting in cpa marketing !!! and other important question which is about how to manage your site in vps hosting is there wordpress like shared hosting !!!
    thanks , hope you answer my questions :)
     
  2. geekhariz

    geekhariz Newbie

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    if u have huge traffic use vps but if not use just a shared hosting
    u can simply install wordpress by downloading it from wordpres.org and upload it to ur server then everything will be fine
     
  3. RideCut

    RideCut Registered Member

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    Hello. Welcome aboard.
    Since you're a newbie, I would say it's better to start on a decent shared hosting environment.
    If you're not having a good technical experience to deal with VPS, I think it won't be a very good idea.
    Shared cPanel hosting should be very good at the beginning then you might need to upgrade to Cloud Hosting (Semi-Dedicated Hosting).
    There are couple of decent providers out there that are providing managed WP hosting like: Kinista, WPXHosting, and FlyWheel.

    Let me know if you need further assistance.
     
  4. CookServers

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    To be honest, if you have the money, you should always go for dedicated hosting - never shared, no matter what they mentioned about being optimized or limited resource usage. VPS always leak their resources and that will affect every users on the same server. Dedicated will never have that problem, and you have 100% resources at your disposal. I've been hopping around VPS for so many years now, and they are indeed problematic! Never had any of these issues on the dedicated! Worth every sen!