Most have the idea that more expensive web hosting is better we bosting. Actually, it is not true. A shared web hosting might be good or enough for some users. If their website is hosted on a dedicated server, paying much more but they will unlikely see the difference. We call it overkill.
Most personal or small business website can use shared hosting. With Sucuri Web Application Firewall, you can still enjoy close to enterprise website protection. Plus the affordable monitoring from Sucuri, your shared hosting website is top notch in my perspective.
If you have met the following criteria, you can consider hosting your website on a shared hosting.
- Got a very low budget < $100 per year.
- Only a WordPress website or something similar.
- I just want to introduce my business online.
- I want to create 5 or fewer email accounts.
- I update my website once a month the most.
- Sharing IP is alright as long they come to my website using my domain name.
- Only a few visitors each day, and do not have any online transaction.
If you have met most of it, you are safe to subscribe to a shared hosting.
I have worked in this industry for more than 2 decades, seen many domains had registered. In my own perspective and opinion, there are the rules for choosing the right domain name.
- The domain name should not be more than 10 characters. Too lengthy domain name is difficult to remember,
- Choose the domain TLD is related to the website, It is a personal blog, will not consider .biz domain.
- easy to recall or remember, related to the business name for example.
- avoid the dash “-” in your domain name, most do not type or remember.
- buy and registered the common TLD if possible like .com .net .sg .my for examples.
- do mix the characters in the domain name with numbers.
Known as DomainKeys Identified Mail is for identification on email designed to prevent email spoofing. It allows the email server to check that the incoming email claimed to have come from a specific domain was authorized by the owner of that sending domain. It is intended to prevent forged sender addresses in emails, a technique often used in phishing and email spam.
In technical terms, DKIM lets a domain name associate its name with an email message by affixing a digital signature to it. Verification is carried out using the signer’s public key published in the DNS. A valid signature guarantees that some parts of the email (possibly including attachments) have not been modified since the signature was affixed. Usually, DKIM signatures are not visible to end-users, and are affixed or verified by the infrastructure rather than message’s authors and recipients. In that respect, DKIM differs from end-to-end digital signatures. Our virtuemail has the option for DKIM. You can contact us o understand more.