Lifetime Web Hosting

Lifetime Hosting (or as it’s commonly known by its clients, Unlimited Hosting) is a type of web hosting service that allows webmasters to host their websites for a one-time cost. For many years, internet marketers, webmasters, bloggers, etc have been compelled to pay monthly, or yearly fees to maintain their websites online. In the past, only the large companies had the need to host their website.

Unlimited Hosting is all about offering one-time payment to webmasters with a unique website, which may be a blog, a website, a personal site or any other kind of website. The website owners may choose from many hosting plans to host their websites. They can choose from shared, reseller, dedicated and VPS hosting. All the plans offered by Unlimited Hosting are tailored for the webmaster’s specific needs.

Unlike the Shared, Reseller and Dedicated hosting plans, the Unlimited Hosting plan does not offer shared resources with other websites. This means that you will not share your website with other users. Also, unlike the dedicated hosting plans, Unlimited Hosting does not provide a virtual server, instead, it uses a physical server, and thus, it has some limitations when it comes to its bandwidth and space. Also, there is no SSL support available in the Unlimited Hosting plan.

Lifetime hosting offers a variety of hosting solutions for businesses, and also, for personal websites. If you want to set up a website with unlimited domain space, unlimited IP addresses, unlimited MySQL databases, unlimited PHP scripts, unlimited FTP access, unlimited FTP portability and unlimited email account, then Lifetime Hosting is the only hosting provider to offer this type of service.

With Lifetime hosting, you can choose from two options – the Shared Web Hosting plan and the Unlimited Web Hosting plan. The Shared web hosting plan provides the same features as the other two plans, but with the added benefits of the unlimited features.

With Lifetime hosting, you also have the option of having your own domain name. However, in order to get the domain name, you have to pay a one-time payment.

Another benefit of Lifetime hosting is that they offer unlimited disk space. in the database of their servers.

Unlimited hosting plans also have more security features, like virus protection, application monitoring and system backups. This is also the case with Shared, Reseller and Dedicated hosting plans.

If you plan to create your own web site, the lifetime hosting plan also provides unlimited domain names. As a result, you can use the domains, dotnet and dotorg.

To keep your web site up and running without problems, you can add extensions, custom domains and more. In addition, you can make changes to your web design or add in additional features such as PHP scripting and database administration, so that your site gets even more advanced.

You can use your domain name with lifetime hosting, but you can also register multiple domains with them, which can be called reseller accounts. In reseller accounts, your website will have the added advantage of being able to sell additional domains on a separate server. It is best to think carefully before getting a reseller account.

One disadvantage of lifetime hosting is that you cannot use a domain of your choice, if you have a popular site, because the resellers may be selling domains that are not yours. This may lead to legal issues. Thus, the website owner should be careful in choosing their reseller, and therefore, one can always look for the domain registrars with good reputations and good track records.

There is also the option to buy the domain name and web hosting service from a single company, and then you can buy the hosting for your lifetime hosting and reseller accounts together. If you want the domain name, you have the choice of buying the web hosting plan and domain from a single company. However, you may find that the reseller does not have the same level of security and reliability as a single company, and that is why it is better to purchase the lifetime hosting and reseller accounts separately.