Black Friday Deal On Web Hosting: Porkbun – Forbes

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Published: Nov 25, 2021, 9:40pm
If you’re on the hunt for a deal on web hosting, Black Friday is a good time to shop around. You can find deep discounts off of regular prices, including this offer from Porkbun.
The company you choose to host your company’s website is extremely important. You want to make sure that you’re getting a hosting plan that’s not only within your budget, but will help you run a website that does everything you need without compromising performance.
Fortunately, there are plenty of strong hosting platforms on the market today that help you keep your site active, secure, and running smoothly. Today’s best web hosting services offer lots of online storage for your content, security functionality like SSL certificates, and useful extras like DDoS protection.
The company normally offers its web hosting service starting at $120 per year. Porkbun’s Black Friday offer cuts that starting price to $30 for 12 months.
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Porkbun offers a wide range of services for small business users, including domains, web hosting and domain transfer services. Porkbun’s web hosting plans are up to 75% off this year for Black Friday. For example, the starter yearly plan, which typically starts at $120 annually is now down to $30 for your first year.
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You can host your own website. However, you would need to handle all the components of web hosting yourself, such as server hardware, security measures and a stable high-speed internet connection. This requires more time and resources than most small businesses can afford to handle, so we recommend going with an affordable web hosting service that can host your website on their servers and make sure that it is secure and online.
Shared web hosting is one of the affordable kinds of web hosting available to small businesses and personal users. A shared hosting plan means that your website is hosted on a server that is also hosting other customers’ websites. This is usually fine for small businesses, but it can create slowdowns if lots of people are trying to access the server at once. If you want speed and reliability, you may want to go with a dedicated hosting plan instead.
Rob is an SMB writer and editor based in New Jersey. Before joining Forbes Advisor, he was a content producer at Fit Small Business. In that role, he was responsible for writing, editing, and strategizing content geared toward small business owners. Before that, he worked at PCMag as a business analyst.