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Small Business Web Hosting

1. Shared hosting
This is primarily low cost hosting for small, start-up businesses and is usually available for less than $20 a month. The main disadvantage is the lack of control over the entire hosting service. This is applicable for people who got small budget. If you want to enjoy every aspect of your website, then it’s not a good option for you. But if you have tight budget, then you can chose this, as this is cheap.

2. Virtual Private Server (VPS)
VPS enables control over hosting, but it too is limited. This server is popular with small businesses that want to have control, even over limited features.

3. Dedicated server and co-location facilities
Dedicated and co-location facility servers allow owners to have total control over the entire server. However, total control means a corresponding price, making it costly and complex. This works best for large companies who require control most of the time. With this kind of server, one business has total access and control of every factor that configures the entire server. The co-location feature offers support and maintenance that will ensure your server doesn’t have any problems.

4. Cloud hosting
Cloud hosting varies, depending on the storage capacity a business needs. There are cloud servers that allow owners to control, but it’s limited. This is perfect for start-ups with inconsistent web traffic. Although new to many business owners, it is great because you only have to pay for the capacity you use.