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    Default Shared hosting or a VPS for a new forum?

    Can you guys tell me I should start with a shared hosting or a VPS for a new forum? Its quite a new forum with less forum, I think if I can get a VPS for it, it will be more better and load faster than a shared hosting. What is your advice?

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    Oct 2009


    Believe VPS hosting would work better than shared hosting for running a forum discussion board.
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    I think if you are looking hosting for a forum website than I suggest use the web hosting plan instead of shared hosting plan because it will get the more visitors which will increase server load. This can cause the crash problem in the website.

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    I think that worth to start with shared hosting and then shift to the VPS once you need that. And having that said you need to decide on the hosting provider which will be able to offer you both shared and VPS.
    If I were you I'd have a look at - they do have both shared and VPS.
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    If your budget is limited, you can choose a reliable hosting or choose small VPS and be sure that your forum will work fast and reliable.
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    No doubt, VPS will be perfect solution for running a forum. I can recommend you to compare these hosts:
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    Try to contact Mechanicweb team - they are professional and their hosting accounts are quite cheap.
    The combination of quality and cheapness makes them attractive for the greater part of the web masters.

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    VPS hosting is more better than shared hosting, if you have enough budget, please go with VPS hosting.

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