I have something very interesting to write to you about this morning. I am going to dedicate the entire post to Dedicated Server Hosting and hosting in general. I want you to know what I have been through and I want you to be able to learn from all my experiences so that you can avoid making some of the mistakes that I committed in the past.
When a blogger who is new to the Internet wants to launch a blog, he usually chooses to opt for a free service he will not need to pay for. This is what I decided to do many years ago straight after I made up my mind to become a blogger. I started my research and I found a free service to host my blog.
As you can see, I no longer use free services to host my blog. They might be good for beginners, but if you are such a seasoned blogger like me, you probably moved to paid hosting services just like I did some time ago. I discovered that I can achieve so much more when I choose to pay something for hosting my blog. I never had to pay that much anyway so switching to a paid service was a wise move in my opinion.
As the years passed by, I started to realize that shared hosting is no longer enough for me. I was serious about my website and I did not want to have it hosted on the same server with many other websites. I especially did not like it when my website was down due to a high number of people accessing it as well as accessing other websites that were hosted on the same server. I knew that it was time to do something about it.
From my personal experience I can say that dedicated servers are a lot better than shared servers. I tried both of them and I can tell the difference. Dedicated servers are especially good for businesses who cannot afford to be down at any time. They do not want to discourage their potential customers from visiting only because their website was down for some time.