There really is no perfect company. It all depends on what the client likes and dislikes.It depends on what we define a good host. Good server, good support, good price, etc...then how can a host be best?
The hosts that meet our criteria and budget then get on the phone with them to share our expectations and see what kind of response we'll get out of it.
Never sign a contract to save a dollar or two, give the host a try and decide as we move forward.
The best hosts are ones that meet our needs and requirements and are responsive when problems arise. When I look for a hosting we always look at how reliable the support team will be on.
Lots of clients don't care how much they pay for the service. They are more concerned that their site will be up, we will answer the phone and most of all - we will take care of them with their success in mind.
We go beyond just providing answers to technical questions we throw in a tip or two now and then to show them we care. In the end they want to stay with we and will spread the word to like minded individuals.
If we want to compete with low price hosting - we'll get low price clients who generally talking are high maintenance hosting clients.
No offense to bargain shoppers is available, but those who are willing to put their entire business on the line for some dollars a month - aren't really running a business. Low cost shared hosts are reserved for hobby, personal or nonused family sites not for real businesses.
This is heard many stories of people wanted to sue their web host because of downtime and loss in revenue. The answer for them is the host always look like "if we win we'll get back .
We run into problems, it can be difficult to differentiate the good hosts from the bad hosts.We've been running a number of websites since, so we've had some experience.
it is very hard to differentiate between a good host and a bad host, because some of them are just fakes but some of them are a worth quality, So believe there is a great requirement of research and development in this regard.