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Shared hosting is an affordable hosting option best-suited for small businesses and start-ups. In this plan, resources of a single server are shared by multiple website owners, which is why shared hosting packages are light on the wallet but can still fulfil your needs.
No, you don’t need to have any prior technical knowledge for shared hosting. Right after you’ve ordered a plan, our team would send you the login details and all the other information required to host your website. Additionally, we’d also be available to answer any questions or queries through live chat, email, or phone. Our support executives won’t let you down!
The major difference between shared and business hosting is the number of websites hosted on a single server. There may also be certain limitations, such as the number of hourly emails. Apart form this, our shared hosting plans are completely secure and your website won’t be affected in any other way.
Yes! You can always upgrade your plan by following a quick and easy process, without having to face any downtime. It’s quite simple to upgrade from Premium to Standard or Professional hosting plan if you want to host more websites on your account or register new domains.
Choosing a domain name is the first step towards creating a website and going online. Your domain name would help the visitors find you online, make sure it resonates with your business and is relevant to your products or services.
Your domain name needs to be unique, catchy, and memorable. It may include a keyword for SEO but should not be complicated or too long. A domain name can include letters, numbers, and hyphens, but not special characters.
A protected domain name can keep your identity from being stolen or misused. Also, getting domain name privacy and protection means your personal contact info won’t be visible in the public WHOIS directory.
There’re certain domain extensions that not everyone can register. For instance, if you want to register .gov or .edu extensions, you’d need to meet a specific criterion and have the required authorization. However, most domain extensions can be registered by anyone.
With business hosting, there won’t be any restrictions on the amount of bandwidth, email IDs, databases, and FTP. This hosting plan is perfect for those who want to use their hosting account without worrying about server overload.
Our business hosting plans come with cPanel, so you can effortlessly manage your databases and add/remove email accounts without much hassle.
You’d be able to host up to 5 domains on your business hosting plan. However, if you upgrade to Ultimate Supreme or Corporate plan, you can host unlimited websites and multiple domain names.
No. You can host multiple domain names and unlimited websites on your business hosting plan but you can’t divide and resell it. If you want to resell, we’d recommend you to check out our Reseller Hosting plans.