That brief stall in service cost the company .8 million. As one of the internet’s largest retailers, Amazon’s case might be somewhat exceptional, but it illustrates a core truth about business and web hosting in particular: Time is money. Host Gator advertises 99.9% uptime and delivers on it (we double-checked with two different uptime-tracking sites).
Not all web hosting companies advertise an uptime guarantee, but when they do, they promise 99.9 percent uptime or better, every time. Almost every provider we eliminated for having poor uptime oversold their reliability if they mentioned it at all.
If you’re a small business setting up a website for the first time, that means starting out with a Shared hosting plan, but being ready to upgrade to a Virtual Private Server or Dedicated hosting if necessary.
The nature of shared host means you’re “sharing” a server’s storage space, bandwidth, and processing power with other websites.
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If these neighbors are doing significantly more traffic than you, it could make your site run slower.
“If you move away from shared hosting, you gain some advantages — like not being disturbed by ‘noisy neighbors,’” Dave Rosenthal, a web systems architect at Core Media Technologies told us.
We separated the wheat from the chaff by merging the top-ranked, US-based hosting companies from sites like Who Is Hosting This, Host Monk, Web Hosting Stuff and CNET, among others — outfits that ranked sites based on server uptime, verified user reviews and technical support.
This left us with just over 200 well-regarded hosting companies. Picking a web host is a lot like buying shoes for a child — you’re looking for something that fits, but still has room to grow.
Every single one of the 15,000 hosting companies we came across (really!