What's the best hosting service for an online ecommerce platform website?

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  1. Mycontentstore

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    Hey
    I will recommend you use namecheap.com that was where I hosted my website
     
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    Namecheap are one of the worst. Only use them if you don’t care about your business.
     
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    Of a truth man name cheap is way better their online customer service is so fast too

    I hosted my website there mycontentstore.com and other websites for clients too like
    Wishlovequotes.com
    Digitaldailys.com

    A few to mention
     
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    Cheap shared hosting - you are on a server with over 600 other sites.
    3 seconds to the first meaningful paint and a Google score of 52/100

    I don't want fast online service, I want a fast website.
     
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    PS: Your site is broken in so many ways......
     
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    Funny, my role at Namecheap is Community Liaison. Can you elaborate on the issues you have? Would love to help.

    Shared hosting is always going to be shared with many, which would cause for expected shared resources; that's "shared hosting" by definition, though. Not sure anyone can say that's a Namecheap thing.

    There are other options out there that are offered by Namecheap that wouldn't be as in-demand and likely not to cause lower Google scores (though server speed is only one factor in that scoring algorithm).
     

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