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    Cool Future Hosting

    In the future probably next year when i get my money right i Going to pay a webmaster to make some a Website Idea i have that i have had on lock for a while. Now Im thinking that i am going to be getting 500-1000 Vistors a day i belive when i Promote it. So i want to make sure this website is not laggy at all. What the Best Website to Host Go Daddy. What a Premium Web hosting Site? Ty

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    What a Premium Web hosting Site?
    If you want premium, you need to pay premium. If you don't want lagginess, based on my experience, Goaddy is not the way to go (when talking about shared hosting).
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    Well All i can say is it will Be a Search Engine I dont know what Type of Hosting I would Need.

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    It depends on how you set up your site but for such a small number of visitors each day just about any hosting from someone in the hosting business should do. Just avoid thosewhere hosting is a side business rather than the main business (eg. Godaddy's main business is domain registration so their hosting service is just tacked on to make more money from those they sell domains to).
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    you are a starter so it works for few months then you need to buy dedicated server or vps .This normal hosts wont control search engines

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    Start with shared hosting to get it up and working. You can always move to more expensive VPS or dedicated hosting once the load on the site requires it.
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    If you do not require root access to the server to install any applications on your website then you can surely start with a shared hosting package and then choose a VPS or a dedicated server in future when your website becomes popular and you get more visitors.

    If you need root access to the server then you can start with a small VPS and then upgrade to a dedicated server when your requirements increase in future.


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