Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by David James, Feb 9, 2018.
A website which has 50k+ monthly users then which hosting is best for that website?
Godaddy is secure and best for huge traffic.
You can get through many other companies but there wont be surety of security and stability.
So go for Gadddy
Do you say it from experience because my experience has been they are not even worth trying.
That is not huge traffic and any shared hosting will do it for you. What all options you have tried. Is your site in WP or an ecommerce site?
thanks for the valuable quote. But as per my personal experience, i am recommending to GoDaddy. Recently my website got hacked because I purchased the shared hosting from a company who belongs to Delhi. and before two months my data was lost and they apologized only and requested to add new data again.
and unfortunately, i did not have the backup of my website.
That's why I am recommending to brand like GoDaddy and Hostgator. At least we can stay tension free from such issues.
If you choose such hosts, it can have issue but with GoDaddy you can have issues with uptime and being able to do things that you should be able to be doing. My first website in 2004ish was on GoDaddy VDS and has never seen things improve still. Some of my clients use them and I still see the issues that were there.
HostGator is slightly better but I prefer to be using SiteGround these days as well as LINODE.
thanks shabbir. i will also try siteground for my next site (y)
I prefer you to use Hostgator, not only for their good up time, but also for their quality customer support. If you face any issue regarding hosting, they will resolve it on priority basis.
I would recommend you WordPress cloud hosting because traditional hosting consist of single machine which usually is less reliable when you have a large traffic. In case of any attack shared and dedicated hosting are the most easiest one to turn down. As Cloud hosting is an modern infrastructure which contain multiple machines which can option of auto scale which secure your website against any attack. Cheers.
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