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I need help to choose reliable host along with helpful techs.
Server location required: Europe.
I found Hostnamaste.com and Exmasters.com - their VPS Hosting deals look quite good.
I need KVM VPS account with 50 gbs of HD + 1500 gbs of bandwidth.
What host is better? And why?
I have been with Exmasters.com for eight months now and I do not have one single negative thing to say about them!
Highly recommended A+++ They're cheap, reliable, friendly, give massive amounts of space and bandwidth and best of all, they're quick on the case!
I'm extremely happy with exmasters.com and will continue to have them host our site.
As this was the first time I had ever approached a web hosting site, and had not gone with a recommended site from a computer knowledgeable friend.
The big thing for me is the uptime, and reliability, alongside good prices (in comparison with quality) and I also like to see some good support just for peace of mind.

I would definitely recommend warez-host.com offshore VPS to you, guys. Wonderful host. The support is outstanding.
The prices are outstanding, my hosting was set up immediately and accounts transferred almost as soon as I gave word.
(2020-01-06, 09:02:48)Rstone Wrote: [ -> ]I need help to choose reliable host along with helpful techs.
Server location required: Europe.
I found Hostnamaste.com and Exmasters.com - their VPS Hosting deals look quite good.
I need KVM VPS account with 50 gbs of HD + 1500 gbs of bandwidth.
What host is better? And why?

There are key factors you should consider when trying to find ‘the best’ host. This will all dependent on your budget, your business, and your target market;

[b]Cost - [/b]What you pay for is what you get; the quality you can expect from your hosting platform often comes down to the cost. Companies that offer lower entry prices will make back their money at your expense! Hosting providers that offer ‘unlimited’ services should be avoided as that is purely a marketing ploy – there are always limits.

Cheaper hosts may advertise exceptionally low prices, but their renewal fees (which will be more hidden) are far higher than expected. These hosts may even go on to sell your personal information our auction off your recently removed domain.

[b]Services[/b] – Does a host have the most up to date WordPress and PHP versions? If it is a WordPress site, then WordPress specific hosting will take you farther than general web hosting. If you are planning to move from one host to another, will they offer site migrations and will they charge?
[b]Performance[/b] – Is the hosting provider known for their load speed? How do their speed test results look? How will your website fare during traffic spikes? Some Hosting providers are designed to facilitate high traffic volumes more than others. Downtime is another serious concern, research your host’s downtime history through customer feedback.

[b]Customer Support[/b] – Having a responsive tech support team is a deal-breaker, too many companies have support staff that either dodge the question or bounce their customers around. Does your host have Live Chat? Do they only operate by telephone? Do they have support tickets and service requests through email? How quickly can they respond? It is crucial to be able to reach customer support when you need it.
[b]Email[/b] – Does your Hosting platform provide email? Is there an additional cost? Is their email integrated with the domain or does it require a third party? How easy is it to access and manage your email?

[b]Security[/b] – Most hosting companies offer malware scans and other such services. Some will charge for more advanced security, while bottom-dollar hosts will charge for basic security. Does your hosting provider offer SSL Certificates and are they free? SSL Certificates will be crucial for sites moving into 2017, as Google will label sites without SSL as ‘unsafe’ and lower their ranking.

[b]Reputation[/b] – Seeking out independent reviews, as well as customer reviews, can offer valuable insight into the practicalities and day-to-day experiences of real customers. Does the host display testimonials on their site? A simple Google search can offer up page after page of bad reviews for certain companies.
[b]Communication[/b] – A limited visitor count very often results in your site being taken down at the provider’s behest without notice. Other issues may cause downtime or similar problems. In these situations, how does will your host correspond with you? Impersonal emails and offhand support messages can make you feel stranded, whereas they should be reaching out to you with support and advice.