- Root Access on Some Plans – Make your users happy with the root access option. You can choose a plan without it if you feel it is not necessary, however, many Android users may become your best customers if you follow through with adding this option.
- cPanel Add-on –You can choose to go with the cPanel control panel for ease of navigation and management. The higher priced packages include this option with no extra charge. Feel free to add it to the other plans for ease of organization and peace of mind.
- 20-70 GB Storage – If you are ready for VPS, you may very well be expanding the data on your site. This is no problem for A2 Hosting. Choose the storage plan that fits with your unique pattern of growth. Different types of e-commerce sites rely on large amounts of storage. Take into account the nature of your site before you decide on a storage option.
- 512 MB RAM- 4GB RAM– You can also choose how much memory is available to you in the way of RAM. This may depend a lot on the traffic of your site and any given time throughout the day. The busier your site becomes, the more RAM you may need. It is best to aim high if your site is on a positive growth curve.
- One Core to 4vCPU’s – While you are sharing space with others on a VPS, you can still gain ample space for everything you need. You can choose from the basic one core to 4vCPU’s. This is another decision that may benefit from you looking ahead to see what may be needed in the future.
- SSD Option or Free SSL & SSD – Make sure your upload speed is at its highest with SSL & SSD options. This also gives your visitors a better experience and increases your traffic marketing. Google takes into account speed when moving sites to the top of the search results. Security is also optimal with these features.
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