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Well that's an obvious one, SSD (solid state drive) is way faster than conventional rotating disks HDD. Read, seek times are faster. For hosting purposes SSD is a great solution. That way you can actually not keep everything in the RAM and have quite high read/write speeds to disk. Problem with SSD is that they cost more, so you will have less disk space ...


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It would greatly depend on how much more traffic we're talking. I'm afraid this question invites "opinions", but I'll give some perspective. I'll try to avoid reviewing hosts as much as I'd like to address what you'll likely need: Usage of CDN (content delivery networks) begins to become more needed. Having a dedicated server (~$70/mo HostGator and Digital ...


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Yes, it is common for shared hosting plans. For VPS and dedicated servers, it is not so common as billing usually happens every month (they generally offer 1 or 2 months of free hosting/credits in case of VPS). In shared hosting space, sellers do not call it 'introductory offer' or anything but they just mention that renewal will happen at $40 (or some ...


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As per GoDaddy's policy, please follow these steps: Verify that you uploaded your files to the appropriate directory. Make sure that you named the first page of your website "index.htm" or "default.htm." Ensure that your DNS is pointed correctly.


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If it was shared hosting, you need to have an assigned domain name to the hosting plan you chose. You can see this when going to My Account and under the Products tab. Try to open that domain name in a new browser tab, if you did not grab another domain or this is not the case, then you need to double check your nameserver settings. BlueHost's Zone file ...



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