Shared Hosting All Plans And Price

Reliable, Secure and Fastest Shared Hosting with cPanel

SINGLE LICENSE

$29

ONE TIME FEE

10 user accounts

Free 30-day trial

200 projects

No encryption

100 MB Storage

10 custom domains

100 sub domains

DEVELOPER LICENSE

$49

ONE TIME FEE

100 user accounts

Free 30-day trial

500 projects

SSL encryption

1000 MB Storage

100 custom domains

500 sub domains

PREMIUM LICENSE

$99

ONE TIME FEE

500 user accounts

Free 30-day trial

Unlimited projects

SSL encryption

5000 MB Storage

500 custom domains

1000 sub domains

ENTERPRISE LICENSE

$199

ONE TIME FEE

1000 user accounts

Free 30-day trial

Unlimited projects

SSL encryption

Unlimited Storage

Unlimited custom domains

Unlimited sub domains

 

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WordPress Hosting

WordPress Hosting

One of the most widely-used building platforms in use today, WordPress is an excellent tool for almost any site.

Joomla Hosting

Joomla Hosting

Trusted by millions, and a growing force in the CMS world, Joomla is known for being both highly customizable & user-friendly.

Drupal Hosting

Drupal Hosting

Generally used for more ambitious websites, Drupal allows for a customizable and highly-scalable environment.

 

Shared Hosting FAQ’s

4. What kind of user would benefit most from shared hosting?

Shared hosting is geared towards beginners. If this is your first time building a website and you’d like to host your own site but outsource a lot of the complex technical tasks, then shared hosting is a great choice.

If you have a high-traffic website or a very large website, then you’ll want to look into other hosting options, like dedicated servers, VPS hosting, cloud hosting, or even WordPress-specific hosting.

 

Hopefully, the answers above have helped you better understand what shared hosting actually is, and clear up any questions related to shared hosting.

Still have questions about shared hosting? contact with us directly.

3. What are the benefits to using a shared hosting environment?

Shared hosting is the perfect fit for beginners who are just getting started online. Since shared hosting is typically geared towards beginners the setup process is usually very intuitive and the host handles the more complex tasks. By choosing a shared host you’ll also enjoy other benefits including:

  • Cost savings as shared hosting is the cheapest form of hosting available
  • Shared hosting can usually be easily upgraded to higher packages
  • No technical skills required
  • Built-in cPanel integration, so site management is a breeze

2. How does shared hosting work?

With shared hosting, multiple sites share the same hardware and software resources of a single physical server. Typically, a shared server has pre-installed scripts and software that every site on the server must utilize.

Think of it this way. Say there’s an apartment building that has dozens of apartments. Each apartment is a different website. But, the building’s resources like utilities and other apartment benefits are shared by each individual.

What is shared hosting?

Shared web hosting service refers to a web hosting service where many websites reside on one web server connected to the Internet. This is generally the most economical option for hosting, as the overall cost of server maintenance is amortized over many customers.

Description:

The service must include system administration since it is shared by many users; this is a benefit for users who do not want to deal with it, but a hindrance to power userswho want more control. In general shared hosting will be inappropriate for users who require extensive software development outside what the hosting provider supports. Almost all applications intended to be on a standard web server work fine with a shared web hosting service. But on the other hand, shared hosting is cheaper than other types of hosting such as dedicated server hosting. Shared hosting usually has usage limits and hosting providers should have extensive reliability features in place. Shared hosting services typically offer basic web statistics support, email and web mail services, auto script installations, updated PHP and MySQL, basic after-sale technical support that is included with a monthly subscription. It also typically uses a web-based control panel system. Most of the large hosting companies use their own custom developed control panel. Control panels and web interfaces can cause controversy however, since web hosting companies sometimes sell the right to use their control panel system to others. Attempting to recreate the functionality of a specific control panel is common, which leads to many lawsuits over patent infringement.[1]

In shared hosting, the provider is generally responsible for managing servers, installing server software, security updates, technical support, and other aspects of the service. Most servers are based on the Linuxoperating system and LAMP (software bundle). Some providers offer Microsoft Windows-based or FreeBSD-based solutions. Server-side facilities for either OS have similar functionality (for example: MySQL (database) and many server-side programming languages (such as the widely used PHP web programming language) under Linux, or the proprietary SQL Server (database) and ASP.NET programming language under Windows).[citation needed]

There are thousands of shared hosting providers in the United States alone.[citation needed] They range from mom-and-pop shops and small design firms to multimillion-dollar providers with hundreds of thousands of customers. A large portion of the shared web hosting market is driven through pay per click (PPC) advertising or affiliate programs while some are purely non-profit.[2]

Shared web hosting can also be done privately by sharing the cost of running a server in a colocation centre; this is called cooperative hosting.

Implementation:

Shared web hosting can be accomplished in two ways: name-based and IP-based, although some control panels allow a mix of name-based and IP-based on the one server.

IP-based:

In IP-based virtual hosting, also called dedicated IP hosting, each virtual host has a different IP address. The webserver is configured with multiple physical network interfaces or virtual network interfaces on the same physical interface. The web server software uses the IP address the client connects to in order to determine which website to show the user. The issue of IPv4 address exhaustion means that IP addresses are an increasingly scarce resource, so the primary justification for a site to use a dedicated IP is to be able to use its own SSL certificate rather than a shared certificate.

Name-based:

In name-based virtual hosting, also called shared IP hosting, the virtual hosts serve multiple hostnames on a single machine with a single IP address. This is possible because when a web browser requests a resource from a web server using HTTP/1.1 it includes the requested hostname as part of the request. The server uses this information to determine which website to show the user.