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Can we trust individual web hosting sellers?
In forums, discord, etc. There are many individual dedi / vps and shared hosting sellers, who try to convince people to buy.
If we buy something like kimsufi, hetzner, ovh, etc., we will get zero support and zero server administration. But those individual vendors say they can manage and support the server.
But still, how can we trust them? What happens if they leave the business later? What can we do? and could not we be notified maybe?
What was your suggestion?
Each company has a starting point. No company started with a large team unless they were initiated or financed by a venture capital firm. If you feel you can trust them, go with them. Always keep a backup of your site (s) no matter which company you choose. Any company can leave no matter how big or small it is.
Sincerely, I think you can find many young guys in these forums that can provide quality service because they are very anxious about your business and willing to do everything possible to meet your needs.█ HostforWeb – SSD Powered Hosting Solutions
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Hi, I'm not sure how to take your post. It seems he is suggesting that independent hosts can not be trusted. It is not true. Large-scale companies can not always provide personalized service due to size, so sometimes you will find smaller companies. Those who give me outstanding support and not only that I am passionate about their work, for example.
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Sincerely, I think you can find many young guys in these forums that can provide quality service because they are very anxious about your business and willing to do everything possible to meet your needs.
I completely agree with this. The trick is to be careful, do your research before buying. Any person (individual, small business or large corporation) that is worth dealing with will have a lot of comments and qualifications somewhere. You can also do things like look at the age of your domain to see how long they have been in the business, and contact them directly, ask some questions and try to get an idea of how they are.█ Anthem Technology LLC | (866) 994-3968
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Before buying products from these sellers, since you are confused. Make a decision regarding some searches on accommodation review websites, etc. Also, if you are good at support, there will be no problems choosing these providers or if support is also your priority, you will have to look for some.
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I completely agree with this. The trick is to be careful, do your research before buying. Any person (individual, small business or large corporation) that is worth dealing with will have a lot of comments and qualifications somewhere. You can also do things like look at the age of your domain to see how long they have been in the business, and contact them directly, ask some questions and try to get an idea of how they are.
I also agree with this. But I will say do not go with an individual because at some point you may not respond due to any situation such as work pressure, traveling or doing other things, etc. I would prefer to go with a small company that has SLA and other terms too
Hi, I know you're confused. However, I will say that a small company is as if it were not more capable as a great sure that it would not trust any place, but if you investigate you will have little problem, but now if you talk about paying. a person through PayPal without a contract or terms, then that's bad, but it seems to be piling up and many companies are adverse in big and small forums, so I'm going to say yes you can trust legitimate, big or small, but otherwise not
Personally, I have seen the little ones work ten times more for their trust and business than some larger companies. That said, it's always a good idea to take precautions to protect yourself. For example, carry an external backup or just under your control, in addition to any backup solution that your provider is making. Also, always control all your domain names; I can not emphasize this enough! Doing something like this will ensure that you can rotate the sites elsewhere if the need arises.System administrator and nerd resident in ColoinSeattle
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