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The service of hosting is not only one of the most offered and popular of the present, but it has turned into a service source of considerable controversy among users who are dissatisfied with the plans that have acquired lash against these companies.

 

 

Arguably all bloggers have had one set of problems with the hosting services that have been contracted, the origins of these problems are based specifically on the choice of low-quality services because, once our blog starts to take hold in the networks, the server we have hired to be erratic start to leave "off the air" to our blog.

 

 

We note that the choice of a good dedicated servers hosting service is not the responsibility of the company that lavishes, but also ours, and we should choose the services that meet the needs of our website and of course modify or expand once it becomes necessary, see what our previous advice to hire for CMS Hosting.

 

 

What should I consider before hiring CMS Hosting?

 

 

Updates to the CMS

 

 

When using any content management system like WordPress or Joomla, among others, it is more likely that they will offer permanent updates either security or functionality, is why it is essential to update our blog on this same measure and thus also avoid our CMS Hosting source by harmful attacks.

 

 

Backups

 

 

Keep a backup of our website is vital to prevent any external or internal element of the same blog affects its proper functioning.

 

 

Precautions with bandwidth

 

 

No matter whether you've hired an unlimited bandwidth, can often overwhelm us with the use of these services, our recommendation is that you use only the bare minimum for you, so avoid any inconvenience to your CMS Hosting.

 

 

Additional advice for your CMS Hosting

 

 

The web space: If you're just starting your blog on the web, you can use the space comfortably is only 50 MB, no problem.

The monthly transfer: This is determined as follows: the more visitors your site receives, use higher rates of monthly transfer, the average basic personal blog required between 1 GB and 2 GB bandwidth per month, recently many companies express this element in MB, then for a blog offering approximately 1000 MB and 2000 MB.

 

 

The availability and connection speed

 

 

This is one of the most important factors you should take into account, obviously if you are starting your web project, the requirements of these elements will not be as high, check other sites that are hosted on this company and see if they open faster and they do not fall regularly, check if there are contracts in memory usage limitations or php memory, uses a web service in your country if you have high domestic traffic.

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