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Imagine that you have taken your business online and its growing rapidly. One day when you are running a festive season sale, suddenly your website goes down. You face heavy-loss in your business while your competitor has earned good profit. What’s the reason? The reason is that your visitors jumped to your competitor’s website and purchased from it. Therefore, your website should have enough resources to manage the traffic during peak times.
Well I just explained a situation but this is faced by many businesses every day because they select a wrong hosting plan or don’t upgrade their hosting when website grows. No one will disagree the fact that shared hosting is the best option for new websites. What if your website has grown to such an extent when it starts lacking resources for managing the traffic? You have to upgrade your hosting plan. This is the only solution.
After shared if you immediately planning for a dedicated server, it’s not a bad idea. But first think if you can actually bear the cost of a dedicated server. You business is in growing stage so, it is better to opt for an option that is better than shared but also affordable. VPS is the next best option after shared that is cost-effective.
In a VPS, you get a physical server that is divided into multiple virtual servers with independent hosting environment. This is possible with hypervisor software that divides the physical server into multiple virtual servers. Each virtual server runs its own operating system and is allocated with certain amount of resources.
If it’s still confusing, let’s take an example of airplane. You might have travelled via airplane. All the passengers in the airplane get dedicated seats, oxygen masks, a screen, a table for lunch/dinner, etc. But you are travelling in the same plane as others. So, you will be a user on a virtual server and the airplane is the physical server. Hope now you have got an idea about VPS hosting.
There are two types of VPS hosting solutions – self-managed (unmanaged) and managed VPS hosting.
Self-Managed VPS Hosting
In Self-managed VPS hosting, the user is completely responsible for everything. The web host will not manage and update the server. It is also called as unmanaged VPS. You will solely need to perform the tasks such as setting up the server, configuring software, monitoring VPS and so on.
When the web hosting provider delivers network connection along with a virtualization platform, his duty ends. It is similar to switching off the auto-pilot mode on an airplane. Now, the pilot is in complete control of the plane. The pilot’s training and skills will help him follow the flight path along with an ultimate safe landing.
Similarly, in self-managed VPS hosting you need to be tech-savvy and highly-skilled with a modest knowledge of configuring and managing VPS. Apart from that, some other apps and services come with VPS. But, the user gets unlimited freedom to work on the server.
Benefits of Self-Managed VPS
There are plenty of providers in the market offering self-managed VPS hosting. It is important to select the right one for your website. Check the below review of the best self-managed VPS hosting provider.
MilesWeb is a leading web hosting company that was started in 2012 to offer affordable web hosting solutions for businesses to build their online platforms. The company is an independent web host that has won awards for offering quality services. There are various types of hosting solutions offered by them such as shared, VPS, dedicated, reseller, cloud and WordPress hosting. Their customer support team is available 24*7 via live chat and email.
MilesWeb’s self-managed VPS hosting plans offer superior performance for your website or application. You can easily upgrade or downgrade your VPS and run your favorite applications or even install the custom application. They offer value for money with their cloud-based self-managed VPS hosting plans.
In the month of May we finalized an analysis of incoming links (disavow) for a client. We worked with a very large file that, later, we had to upload to Google Search Console : thus, Google could read which external links to our client’s website it should not take into account. Our file was a .txt that had more than 1 million lines (it seems that the bad guys tried ) and, when uploading it to Search Console , it gave us a loading error.
Consult Jhon Muller
We consulted our dilemma with John Muller (our question was: “Hey @JohnMu I have a disavow file to upload to Google and will not let me send it. (75MB) How do I do it?”) And this is what he answered us
This answer took us by surprise: we had been working in this way for years and it seemed to give good results. Finally, we found that disavows had a limit of 100,000 URLs and 2MB in weight, which in our case would not be enough. But considering the response of John Muller about the issue, we wonder are they really useful these strategies disavow of backlinks to improve the SEO of a website?
Our response to this problem was to leave the website without valid disavows in order to see the influence that this had on web positioning and on metrics such as Trust Flow and Citation Flow that are directly influenced by the backlinks of a domain. This is our result so far:
We have come to the conclusion that Google does not give the importance that we believed to the toxicity of the backlinks that link to a website when it comes to positioning it. We will follow this topic very closely. From an SEO point of view , link building is one of the pillars when thinking about positioning a page within the first search results. Think about the hours we have invested in disavowing so that Google only now realizes that we are not the bad guys.
Likewise, it would not leave the malicious links that link to a website to chance, because the day may come when Google cannot differentiate if they are links made by us or by someone who is dedicated to negative SEO.