Finding an affordable host made easy.

I was asked by 4cheapwebhosting.com to review their services. I had a look around their site. So here it goes: If you want me to review your site or services, drop me a message via the contact form.

Finding a good host is vital for any website’s success. You don’t want your website to have thousands to hits daily only to crash abruptly. Downtimes have a really bad effect on public memory. They don’t go down well with advertisers either. And since you have to choose a host before you have actually started your website, most newbies end up with hosting packages they don’t actually need or a hosting package that is way smaller than their needs.

An ideal host would have the following features:

  • 100% uptime guarantee
  • 24/7 customer service
  • Live chat support
  • A good forum that has plenty of big daddies on it
  • Regular backup facility
  • It should be cheap and affordable

Choosing a good host can be rather intricate. Have your work cut out simply by visiting 4cheapwebhosting.com and check out their affordable web hosting packages. This site can be exceptionally useful specially if you are planning of moving to new servers. That way you know your exact needs and can find your ideal host easily.

For newbies, they have a very unbiased list of hosts. Do a bit of research on them and choose wisely. Hosting packages have been classified into categories such as linux / windows hosting, ASP / PHP / JSP scripting, MySQL databases (you generally need them for blogs and CMSs), multi domains etc.

There are more than 400 packages to choose from. You can even have a word with them just to be sure you are getting the best. Take your pick wisely.

Relevant links:
http://www.4cheapwebhosting.com

35 thoughts on “Finding an affordable host made easy.

  1. In China, the bandwidth is costly, so web hosting services there are expensive and might not be fast when pages are loaded from overseas computers. And if I host within the USA, visitors from China may experience slow page loads.

    1. Hey dig up into your Analytics stats. If you get most of your visitors from the US, you might as well invest in the cheap servers from the US. A believe the difference in cost must be huge..

  2. I want to start a t-shirt company and want to make a website dedicated to selling my items. I want to make it easy for browsing the items, on-line ordering and paying for my customers.

  3. Finding a 100% uptime can be an impossible task. 99% sounds nice but then again I saw it calculated somewhere and it's like 3 days a year. 3 full days!

  4. There are so many web hosting companies that it's hard to determine which one is best so I did some extensive research and have come up with a "Top 5 Web Hosting" list based on features, pricing, and overall customer satisfaction.

  5. I know, simple design does not stopping one being a good host, some of great hosting companies knowhost and tms had very simple web design. 4cheapwebhosting.com should really redesign their website make it more 2009.

  6. Nice write up. I can't complain about my webhost, which is Bluehost, but I see from your review that they really have a plethora of packages to offer their clients. Need to take a look at prices, though.

  7. Nice site.

    I love the search options like php scripting, etc., plus I noticed their top listings aren't all the same reseller packages that offer the best affiliate payouts which is refreshing.

    It's definitely worth a bookmark.

  8. I have chosen Hostgator and have enjoyed them so far. Uptime has been great. However I am paying about $9 USD a month, and this is for their monthy payments. If you are looking for a new host don't go signing up for 1 year of service unless you have very reliable information saying they are good. Its not worth paying $60 for 1 year of hosting and 1 month into the contract you find that it sucks.

    Also stay away from cheap plans offering unlimited space, this basically means that your shared host could get way bogged down by other peoples "unlimited" use of your shared resources.

  9. I have read so many times people discouraging from purchasing cheap or affordable web hosting or sometimes even hosting companies providing Unlimited Bandwidth Hosting – what exactly is with it either of these two?

  10. Thanks for this post. I'm currently using BlueHost to host my websites and so far, they seem to be pretty reliable. I'm not sure, though, what other people's opinions are about the specifications of the hosting plan they offer, as you could get more from another host.

  11. In regards to the cpanel topic, there is 1 top advantage to having cpanel that alot of people don’t think about. Its much easier to change servers if your host uses cpanel, because WHM (or web host manager) has a built in script that lets either the web hosting provider, or you if you do desire, to get your site transferred to the new host.

  12. For me, the most important factor is that the host must have enough resources to sustain enough traffic for your site. I've once been with a host that force (to some extend) me to upgrade to a VPS and how possibly would you think that a site with less than 400 pageviews a day would need a VPS? So be sure you check their CPU usage limit for your package. =)

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