I have always hated shared hosting and I’m never going back to BlueHost, HostGator,etc because they’re always very un-reliable and the problem with shared hosting is that they’re just too crowded, also it doesn’t allow you to customize your environment, and has many limits like email sent per hour, max bandwidth, file size limit, etc. You can use sameid.net to check how many websites are actually hosted on the same server by entering the server’s IP address on it. below what you can see is one of the servers of Hostgator. some of them even have more than 300 websites on the same server And then I thought, what about dedicated servers? nope, They’re just too expensive. Also you don’t need 8 or 16Gigabytes of RAM & 1TB of HDD for only a tiny WordPress site So, I moved to IaaS cloud hosting. It wasn’t so cheap neither too expensive. but it was worth the price. So, I signed up for Digitalocean and installed WordPress on a $5/month server with 512MB of RAM. And then it was okay for a few months, but then on May 2014 my site took so much of traffic (thousands of requests/second). And 512Megs of RAM wasn’t able to handle…
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