Hosting has a big impact on your eCommerce business. It affects the experience you can provide to shoppers, how much money you spend on infrastructure, and how easy it will be to grow your store as your business expands. Taking the time to choose eCommerce hosting wisely pays off in the future. You aren’t short of options, but the quality of hosting varies widely between providers. The last thing you want is to choose the wrong hosting provider and then be forced by poor performance and reliability to migrate in a few months. I’m going to talk about a few of the criteria you should keep in mind when assessing eCommerce hosting providers. But before we get to that, I want to address low-cost shared hosting — it isn’t worth the money. eCommerce applications like Magento and WooCommerce are resource hungry and low-cost shared hosting providers are not generous. It is better to spend a few more dollars a month from the start than have to move to a different provider because your hosting…
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