It is interesting that when one thinks about windows dedicated server hosting providers, there are very few factors we keep in mind. Some of us consider price and nothing else. Others only focus on reliability, at any cost. Still others like to identify the location of the physical servers so that they get high local speeds. Then there are the one’s who are technically oriented. These people will look at the backend, try to find the actual hardware in use, ascertain the bandwidth, backups etc.

So what is the right approach to choosing the correct host? Which ones of the people I have described above have got it right, and which ones are barking up the wrong tree? Your mileage might vary, but in my not so humble opinion, you should be looking at all those factors and more.

So, if you are going to want it all, without shelling out a super premium price, would you be able to find affordable hosting? The answer is a resounding “Yes.” I have already provided you with two links going to ServerClub, a hosting provider that I think will help you get the best of quality and price. So, when you are looking for a new host, do remember to go ahead and look up their packages. Quite likely there will be one that works for you.

Their servers are located in Amsterdam, so that provides you with a nice gateway for your European traffic. If you are the technical kind that I mentioned at the beginning of my post, then you can go ahead read up their page where they describe their hardware and you will be impressed. I am a computer engineer and I am not easy to impress. But in this case, I am impressed.

So next time when you hear of someone complaining about their hosting, you can ask them why they did not choose ServerClub? :)