HostAdvice had an opportunity to speak with Bodgan Toshev, Sales Manager for HostArmada. In the interview, he discusses the web hosting challenges and the ways of adapting to changes in the industry. He also discusses the challenges HostArmada faces during the pandemic.
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You no longer need to worry about the cPanel price hike, as SPanel is here to save you from the per-account billing model.
SPanel was developed by ScalaHosting as an alternative to cPanel. The biggest advantage that the platform offers is allowing you to get rid of the account-based pricing model. Unlike cPanel, it doesn’t force you to pay on the basis of the account numbers. Instead, you can use it for absolutely free with the managed cloud VPS service of ScalaHosting.
You could see a major rise in the web hosting price really soon, as cPanel decides to change its pricing model based on a pay per account system.
Back in Summer 2019, cPanel, the world’s most popular web hosting control panel, announced a major change in its pricing structure. It informed about its move of shifting from the standard pay per server for unlimited cPanel accounts to account-based pricing and license structuring. The change will go into effect on January 1, 2021. The announcement has shaken the entire web hosting industry, as it will cause a major rise in web hosting prices.
Have you just signed up at Bluehost? You don’t need to spend extra money to transfer your site, as the web hosting company launches the free WordPress website migration offer.
The offer, which began on April 23, is still valid in October. It allows you to migrate only one WordPress website. The offer is available for qualifying sites within the first 30 days after signing up. So, if you have just signed up at Bluehost, it’s a great chance for you to enjoy the free WordPress website migration experience.
As the nature of business changes, many companies are looking to maximize their computing output without the need for a dedicated server room or IT department. As such, looking to other options for hosting is becoming increasingly common – from cloud hosting to managed hosting. A middle ground between the cloud hosting and an IT department, colocation hosting is proving through the advantages it provides for businesses that it could be the future of server hosting.