Getting Started with Shared Hosting

Shared Hosting

What is Shared Hosting

With shared hosting, several websites can share a single server. Typically, you won’t know who or what websites you’re sharing a server’s resources with. The overall amount of server resources that each client may utilise is often capped, however, this is determined by your hosting package.

The least expensive and most cost-effective choice for your needs is shared hosting. However, there are downsides to the low price, which we’ll explain below. Since most hosting providers will provide the same amount of storage and space, picking a business you can rely on is crucial.

Shared Hosting – Getting Started

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Establishing a digital presence might seem daunting whether you’re a small business or an individual who is unfamiliar with web hosting and website building. It’s, however, a lot easier than you think! It’s time to get started building your digital space once you’ve chosen and bought your Shared Hosting package. After you’ve acquired a Shared Hosting package, this guide will lead you through the procedures you need to do.

cPanel and AMP

Before you get started, you need to familiarise yourself with two key applications: cPanel and AMP. cPanel is a management panel that allows you to modify and make changes to your Shared Hosting account. Establish, browse, and alter email accounts, change email passwords, set domains, create subdomains, create/manage FTP accounts, and more are all possible with cPanel.

Your Account Management Panel, or AMP, is largely used to manage your account’s billing features. You may use AMP to register new domains, change your domain’s Whose information, and buy SSL certificates if you like. As a reminder, all sites hosted on your Shared Hosting account come with free SSL certificates!

Make sure you log into both cPanel and AMP to get a feel for the platforms.


It’s time to set up your email accounts once you’ve explored cPanel and AMP. Setting up your email accounts before you start building your website is a smart idea because you’ll need an email address to do so. In cPanel, you can quickly create email accounts. You may then set up your email client to access your email, configure a desktop programme, and add your email to your mobile device after you’ve created your accounts.


You’re ready to start building your website now that you’ve created your email. WordPress is the simplest platform for many small companies to utilize to develop an online presence. You’ll be able to easily design a gorgeous website that matches your company’s demands, thanks to plugins and builders. Make sure Google Analytics is installed on your website so you can track how people engage with your content. You may then use the information to make intelligent content upgrades to guarantee that viewers are seeing the most up-to-date version of your site.

Backups and Security 

The Shared Hosting package offers excellent security. As previously stated, all Shared Hosting accounts come with free SSL certificates that you may use. You’ll also get free server scans, and you may make an account scan ticket request if you detect harmful activity on your server. You may also purchase Sucuri for more security.

With the Backup Manager, Shared Hosting users may take control of their own backups and restores, which is highly encouraged. Backup Manager is a feature of cPanel that allows you to restore data, monitor backup storage space, and decide which data is backed up and how often. For more detail, follow us on Twitter.