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How do I choose a suitable hosting plan?

Choosing a suitable hosting plan depends a lot on your website’s type and needs. In most cases, shared hosting plans will fit the needs of your site.

The StartUp plan is a great option for a small and medium-size blog, personal or business website. It provides all essential features like email accounts, SSL, CDN, SSH, 24/7 support, and others. If your site starts to get more than 10,000 unique visits per month, you will outgrow this hosting plan.

The GrowBig plan gives you premium features like advanced caching, option to add collaborators, on-demand backups, and WordPress staging. This plan is designed to accommodate either a single more heavily-trafficked website or multiple average-size websites. If you have a really heavily-visited or resource-intensive website then the GoGeek plan is your best option.

The GoGeek customers receive more resources and premium support. This plan is great for average-sized e-commerce websites because it can accommodate a much larger product line! This is a suitable option for resellers as well, as they can grant their clients access to white-label site management interface.

Cloud hosting is recommended for large e-commerce sites, as it provides dedicated resources and an autoscale option, which can save you downtime and revenue loss in times of unexpected traffic peaks. It is also the best option for big hosting resellers, as it allows you to create white-label clients and custom hosting resources limitations for each of your clients.

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