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Does your business website need a dedicated server?

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Websites increase their traffic use over time. A new website probably wonât even come close to the hosting limits imposed by your web hosting server, but over time, as your customer based builds up, you will need better hosting options. Eventually, you will probably want to get a dedicated server. Take a look at some of the hosting options and when it is wise to move to a dedicated server.
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Free Web Hosting

Free hosting is ideal for a small website. Most free web hosting lacks features, customer support, and security. Most free hosting is designed for use with personal websites rather than business entities. IF you really want to succeed online, you will have to choose a paid server option to offer you the support and features that you really want.

Shared Hosting

Shared hosting is shared between several websites. This option is popular, because it provides more features than free hosting but it also saves money because the server is shared between several websites. Many smaller businesses use shared hosting for blogs, online sales, and other advanced features and applications. Of course, a shared server also comes with down sides. For example, if someone on your server makes a scripting error, it could potentially affect your website and business as well. When the server goes down, your website is down as well and at the mercy of the hosting company. It is easy to lose business on a shared server because of the difficulties with the system.

Dedicated Hosting

The last option is dedicated hosting. If you outgrow the resources and benefits of shared hosting, then you need dedicated hosting. You can choose to manage your own server or choose a managed server that will manage it for you. Of course a managed server is more costly, but usually worth it for someone who is unfamiliar with server hosting. A dedicated server can handle more business and can avoid many of the pitfalls of shared hosting.

When to choose dedicated hosting

If you have a successful website, you may wonder when it is time to choose a dedicated server. For the most part, you can survive off of shared hosting until it starts to give you problems. However, if your site is constantly crashing because of server limits, you run out of bandwidth on your current server, or you are not getting enough customized service, then it is time to move on to a dedicated host. You will have more options, more flexibility, and more customization with a dedicated host. Some of the benefits of a dedicated host include:

  • Customization

  • Larger size

  • Greater speed

  • Better customer service

  • Greater reliability

  • More value to the money you put into the server

  • Better security

  • Increased privacy

  • Increased simplicity

There are many reasons why using a dedicated hosting server is a good idea. You will find that once you get large enough to consider dedicated hosting that you will appreciate the extra security, simplicity, and privacy it brings.


Websites increase their traffic use over time. A new website probably wonât even come close to the hosting limits imposed by your web hosting server, but over time, as your customer based builds up, you will need better hosting options. Eventually, you will probably want to get a dedicated server. Take a look at some of the hosting options and when it is wise to move to a dedicated server.

Does your business website need a dedicated server? - Image 1

Free Web Hosting

Free hosting is ideal for a small website. Most free web hosting lacks features, customer support, and security. Most free hosting is designed for use with personal websites rather than business entities. IF you really want to succeed online, you will have to choose a paid server option to offer you the support and features that you really want.

Shared Hosting

Shared hosting is shared between several websites. This option is popular, because it provides more features than free hosting but it also saves money because the server is shared between several websites. Many smaller businesses use shared hosting for blogs, online sales, and other advanced features and applications. Of course, a shared server also comes with down sides. For example, if someone on your server makes a scripting error, it could potentially affect your website and business as well. When the server goes down, your website is down as well and at the mercy of the hosting company. It is easy to lose business on a shared server because of the difficulties with the system.

Dedicated Hosting

The last option is dedicated hosting. If you outgrow the resources and benefits of shared hosting, then you need dedicated hosting. You can choose to manage your own server or choose a managed server that will manage it for you. Of course a managed server is more costly, but usually worth it for someone who is unfamiliar with server hosting. A dedicated server can handle more business and can avoid many of the pitfalls of shared hosting.

When to choose dedicated hosting

If you have a successful website, you may wonder when it is time to choose a dedicated server. For the most part, you can survive off of shared hosting until it starts to give you problems. However, if your site is constantly crashing because of server limits, you run out of bandwidth on your current server, or you are not getting enough customized service, then it is time to move on to a dedicated host. You will have more options, more flexibility, and more customization with a dedicated host. Some of the benefits of a dedicated host include:

  • Customization

  • Larger size

  • Greater speed

  • Better customer service

  • Greater reliability

  • More value to the money you put into the server

  • Better security

  • Increased privacy

  • Increased simplicity



There are many reasons why using a dedicated hosting server is a good idea. You will find that once you get large enough to consider dedicated hosting that you will appreciate the extra security, simplicity, and privacy it brings.

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