Even the Top web hosting company experiences some technical issues or make mistakes, but do you know how important to select a good web hosting provider.
Here are the signs to say that you need to transfer to a new web hosting provider.
Your website keeps going down
If your website is unavailable or keeps throwing up errors, visitors will leave and not come back. Unless you’re offering something unique, or it has loyal followers this can kill your website in a very short time.
Most of the time the cause of this are Overloaded servers and inadequate networks are likely causes of problems with your web host. But it’s not always the fault of the web host. If your website is making unreasonable demands like using huge amounts of bandwidth or memory, there’s going to be trouble. Your web host will notify you to upgrade to a package with higher limits. The best ones will give you considerations if you get a sudden burst of traffic, and ask you to upgrade if it becomes a habit.
Slow or not loading at all
Overloaded Shared Hosting servers, most of the web hosting providers think that is all about customer numbers. They will try to fit a lot of customers on each server. But if there are too many websites on the server, it’s going to become slow and unresponsive.
The ideal hosting companies have worked out how many customers a server can handle or have found ways to spread the load over multiple servers so that one busy site doesn’t slow down all the rest. If your web hosting company hasn’t figured this out, perhaps you should find one that has.
Below Satisfaction Web Hosting Technical support
The best web hosting companies have reduced their support costs by trying to make things obvious, fool-proof and providing well-written FAQs and How To guides. Reducing common questions leaves support staff with time to properly answer the uncommon questions. The worst web host have just hired cheaper bodies and given then canned answers to common questions with no real understanding.
If you’ve been let down by poor tech support, especially if they left you hanging with your websites down for days (yes, I’ve been there), it’s time to look for something better.