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Web hosting is an online service that enables you to publish your website on the internet and make your website accessible via the World Wide Web. In layman’s terms, Web hosting is the place or like the home of your website where all the files of your website live. Website consists of text, images, files and code. All websites on the internet, need web hosting.

When you sign up for a hosting service, you basically rent some space on a server on which you can store all the files and data necessary for your website to work properly.

A server is a physical computer which store or host your website content and this server are owned by your web hosting provider. Your web host is responsible for keeping the server up and running, protecting it from malicious attacks, and transferring your content (text, images, files) from the server to your visitors’ browsers whenever someone types your website name in a browser.
A domain name is your website name. Domain name is the address of your website that people type in the browser URL bar to visit your website. In simple terms, if your website was a house, then your domain name will be its address.

Domain name can be used in combination of the various domain name extensions such as .com, .net, .in and more. For example, is a domain name for this website and .com is one of extension.

The domain name must be registered before you can use it. Every domain name is unique. No two websites can have the same domain name. Domain names can be purchased through a domain registrar or through your hosting provider. They are also often provided for free by hosting companies or website builders.
An SSL Certificate (Secure Sockets Layer), also called a Digital Certificate, creates a secure link between a website and a visitor’s browser. By ensuring that all data passed between the two remains private and secure, SSL encryption prevents hackers from stealing private information such as credit card numbers, bank information, names, passwords, emails and addresses. This authentication process is much like sealing a letter in an envelope before sending it through the mail.

SSL certificates are what enable websites to move from HTTP to HTTPS, which is more secure. Where the ‘S’ stands for ‘secure’. Depending on the type of certificate you purchase and what browser you are surfing the internet on, a browser will show a padlock or green bar in the browser when you visit a website that has an SSL Certificate installed.

If you sell products or services on your website and accept credit cards online, you need an SSL Certificate for website security. If you don’t sell online but want to add credibility to your website, a Site Confirm Seal may be sufficient.
cPanel is the most popular web-based human-friendly control panel interface to manage your web hosting server account or services and there is no much technical knowledge required to use it.

cPanel allows you to create, administer, manage your websites, manage domain/subdomain, manage web files, create email accounts, monitoring resources, setup up CDN’s and installing software and more that you need to successfully run your websites.
A Content Delivery Network (CDN) is a geographically distributed group of servers. This group of servers stores website contents, videos across the world. And whenever users access or request a website or any content, CDN will bring contents from its nearby servers. It has benefits like faster page loading time, reducing bandwidth costs, increasing content availability and redundancy, improving website security.
Disk space is the total storage space available for users to store all the files like Video, audio, images, HTML and text. This space may also include email account, script and backup in some cases.

An Ecommerce website needs more space than a Blog site. You may not need more space if you are just starting out. But Your service the provider should have expandable space in case you need more in the future.

For Example:
For a small website, 10 GB of disk space will be enough and make it work well. However, for the medium size of a website that's a few, it will need 50 GB of disk stare at least. And for big websites, the minimum recommended disk storage should be 100 GB at least
When a user visit a website, all data are transferred to the visitor’s computer or Mobile phone. Bandwidth is the measurement of maximum data that can be transferred in a given time. If You have more video files, audio files , images, graphics and visitors in your website then you need more bandwidth. If You have text and some not high quality images then you need less bandwidth than above.

If You are unaware of your bandwidth usage in advance then you can choose a basic hosting plan and later you can increase it as needed.

For Example:
Bandwidth depends on your web page size, as well as the number of visitors to your website and the number of pages they visit. For an average page size of 50KB, 20,000 visitors per month, and 5 pages per visitor your website will need about 5000MB, or 5GB, of bandwidth per month.
You can check how many people visited your website by using different tools like Google Analytics or AWStats. Some hosts include AWStats like tools in their cPanel. However, Google Analytics is the best tool for tracking traffic. Using this tool You can track the number of user metrics like age and gender demographics, geographic location, device, interest, etc.
Web hosting companies generally include professional email account in their packages ranges from 1 to unlimited accounts. You can manage your email accounts using your host cPanel.

If you are just starting out above option is good for you. Another option is to use Dedicated email hosting services which can provide better features and support compared to free webmail services.
Regular Backup is very important in case of a crash of your website or file corruption or hacking attempts. You can backup your whole website, database and email account by a click using your cPanel control panel. You can either store your backup on your host server or you can download it to your local computer. Some hosts provide weekly backup or daily automated backup depends upon the hosting plan or some provide it with extra cost.

For Example:
Log into your cPanel control panel. Click on the "Backup" icon. Select "Generate / Download a Full Backup". Select "Home Directory" in "Backup Destination" and enter your email address, before clicking the "Generate Backup" button.
Your can protect your website from hackers by using website security tool like SiteLock. Some Webhost also provide web security tool like SiteLock or some provide it with extra cost. That provide daily monitoring from malware detection, vulnerability identification to active virus scanning and more.

Additionally, You can Secure your website from Hackers by installing security plugin like wordfence in WordPress, using HTTPS, up-to-date Software, using Secure password and using automated backup.

For Example:
#1: Install security plugins..

If you built your website with a content management system (CMS), you can enhance your website with security plugins that actively prevent website hacking attempts. Each of the main CMS options have security plugins available, many of them for free.

Security plugins for WordPress:

iThemes Security
Bulletproof Security

Security options for Magento:
Watchlog Pro

Security extensions for Joomla:
Antivirus Website Protection

These options address the security vulnerabilities that are inherent in each platform, foiling additional types of hacking attempts that could threaten your website.

In addition, all websites – whether you’re running a CMS-managed site or HTML pages – can benefit from considering SiteLock. SiteLock goes above and beyond simply closing site security loopholes by providing daily monitoring for everything from malware detection to vulnerability identification to active virus scanning and more. If your business relies on its website, SiteLock is definitely an investment worth considering.

Step #2: Always Use HTTPS

Step #3: Keep your website platform and software up-to-date

Step #4: Make sure your passwords are secure

Step #5: Invest in automatic backups.

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