Business hosting provides more power and a faster loading speed for websites. Easy to use, setup, and upgrade. It’s a combination of shared hosting and VPS hosting.
Shared hosting is where you manage and run your website along with others. If any website on the shared hosting is slow or has an error then it will also impact your own website in terms of speed and uptime. Shared hosting is where you share server resources with other website owners.
Most of the website owners go with shared hosting to set up their online store, portfolio, and blog website in the beginning. It’s also because not all of the people are able to afford or unsure or understand the benefits of VPS, Dedicated, or Business hosting. And many think they will upgrade when they can afford or when their website gets traffic.
VPS hosting stands for virtual private server hosting. It means you own the whole server. And it’s up to you to use the resources as per your need, demand, and interest. You can use it to host as many websites and email accounts. You can divide and customize the storage, power, and cPanel features that you want to give to any particular website.
Most of the website designing or web development companies use VPS hosting. It’s because they provide hosting along with website design services. And they manage each website on the demands and resources that needed to use to run a particular business website.
But unless you’re not skilled in hosting or have good computer/internet knowledge, it’s tough for you to manage and operates the virtual private server with full power, flexibility, and effectiveness.
In simple words, you can use VPS to create as many shared hosting plans for any type of website.
But it’s not a good choice for someone who wants to spend more time on the blog, business, and website than managing hosting services.
That’s why business hosting is the solution for those who want more power, resources, auto management, flexibility, and ease of running a website. In business hosting, you can use cPanel, you will be dedicated storage space only for you, and it’s up to you host another website there or not.
When you have business hosting then it will not impact your website and server to load your website slow, because of high traffic on other websites. It’s because all the resources disk space, bandwidth, CPU, and ram are dedicated to run only your website. And it’s up to you to host one website or 2 to 3 websites on your business hosting.
In business hosting, you don’t have to install or update any server or files. Most of the things are easy to set up and even anyone with basic computer and internet knowledge can host and run the website.
In business hosting, you just have to be clear about your goals. It’s affordable, less time consuming, easy to use than VPS, and shared hosting.
You can also read this guide to consider the best hosting for your business website or blog: Essential things to consider in the WordPress Blog Hosting Plans