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Bandwidth: Bandwidth refers to the amount of data that can be transferred between your website and visitors in a given period of time. With more bandwidth, more and more people can access your website at the same time without any interruption, while low bandwidth can reduce the speed of your website.

Uptime: This is one of the most important features of a reliable web hosting provider. Many companies provide guaranteed uptime which means that your website will be available to its visitors at least 99.9 percent of the time.

Storage: Every hosting account should have enough disk space to store your web pages, graphics, other media files etc. You should choose the best hosting plan for yourself keeping in mind your needs.

Email: You can take the facility of email hosting along with web hosting, in which you can create a custom email address for yourself or your organization. In email hosting, you also have many other features like virus & spam filters, address book, calendar etc., from receiving email, sending mail.

Backups: Sometimes some files get deleted from your computer and your data loss happens. Keep in mind that the server is also a type of computer, there is a risk of data loss in it, so keep in mind whether your hosting providers are giving you the facility of backup or not.
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