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How To Rate Web Hosting And Choose A Web Host Provider

The process of selecting a web host for your website can be quite confusing for many people.  After all, there are countless different hosting providers advertised on the internet.  And if you do a a web search for ‘web hosting’, you will see hundreds of pages of results (if not more).  You need a way to simplify the process of selecting your website host.  The best method for this is to visit sites that were created for rating web hosting.

Not all websites that rate hosting plans are alike, however.  Many are created with the purpose of getting people to sign up for the web hosts that they have rated as being best–in other words, these sites are affiliated with those particular web hosts and have skewed their results so as to make those hosts appear at the top of the ratings list.  They often do this by posting their own positive reviews of the host.

How can you tell if you have found a website that is legitimately rating web hosting plans?  First of all, if you see only positive reviews on a website, be wary.  Any trustworthy website will have both positive and negative reviews.  In addition, take note of the content of the reviews.  If the reviews are all very simple and do not contain any specifics, it is likely that they were not written by actual customers of those web hosts.  Real reviews will contain details, such as a comment about how a technical issue with the host was resolved or an opinion about how easy the control panel is to navigate and why.

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Another way to tell if you have found a good website that that rates hosting providers is to see if the site has advertising from web hosts.  Any site that does have advertising from web hosting providers is likely going to be biased toward those web hosts.  It is probably that a site like this is getting paid each time a site visitor clicks on either an advertisement or a link for a certain web host.  This certainly won’t help you to find the best website.  You need to find an unbiased site.

Once you have found a credible and trustworthy website that is rating web hosting, choosing a web host provider for your website will be much easier.  You will know that the reviews on the site–both positive and negative–have been written by actual customers of each web host.  These reviews can be quite helpful in determining which host will work best for your website.

Legitimate host rating websites will also break down the ratings into categories.  These categories can include types of hosts, such as shared hosts, dedicated server hosts, and reseller hosting.  They may also include features, such as cPanel hosts, Fantastico hosts, E-Commerce hosts, Green hosts, and more.

By carefully reading through host rating websites, you can get a clear picture of many different web host providers–and, therefore, easily choose the best web host for your website.

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