September 27, 2011
How to find the appropriate webhosting
One of the things we've got to be aware of in business is the difference between "best" and "appropriate".
Another way of putting this is that "appropriate" means "best for this task".
This is true when it comes to discussing webhosting. We all know that as a business we've got to be online, on the web, these days. But there are any number of different business models we can follow. Maybe we're trying to be an entirely online business? Maybe we can't be such, we just want to provide a signpost to our meatspace one?
So, it's difficult for us to really say that there's something called "the best" hosting, either package or provider. What we really want is the appropriate one, the best for what we want to do. So we can have "best blog hosting" or "best budget hosting" but the very concept of "best hosting" is one that doesn't have a great deal of meaning.
Best at what? And as that's what we've got to decide about our own business, before we go online, once we have, then we can decide on what is the best appropriate host and or hosting package for our plans.
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yeah there is nothing called best web hosting, because it all depend on what do you need to hosting for, because the appropriate web hosting providers for e-commerce might be not as appropriate for a blog site, so after all you need to define what you need from your hosting and then find it.
Posted by: Ben | Jun 10, 2012 8:01:29 PM
Thats right ben...I think so to your web hosting sites.
Posted by: rkabir | Feb 3, 2013 3:02:04 PM