Benefit of having Cambodia server hosting for small business (part 1)

April 1, 2017

There’re many small/micro-businesses that’re not on web. However, we can’t deny the benefit of having Cambodia server hosting for business.


Personally, part time businesses that border on hobbies, to family owned businesses, there’re still many businesses that simply have not joined the 21st century.

For these businesses, basic hosting plan would boost business and raise profits, yet because of either a fear of technology or simply being unaware of what hosting and a basic webpage can do for their bottom line they remain without a web presence.

Benefit of having hosting for a small / micro-business

Nowadays, registering a domain is easy, as is managing a web through cPanel that comes standard with most hosting provider. However, some small businesses may still contract a web developer to manage their sites, starting from the design of the website to its regular monthly hosting needs. While this’s convenient, many problems may arise from contracting a 3rd party to manage your site and hosting. Usual problems with paying your web developer for server in Cambodia are:


  • If the developer doesn’t pay their hosting bills, the business is negatively affected. Developers come and go and while most have solid business models, there are some that are not as good at managing their businesses. If a web developer doesn’t pay for their hosting, all of the sites will be shut down by the hosting provider. It can be weeks before a business becomes aware that they no longer have a web that is functioning. If a small/micro business has a slow month or unexpected expenses and chooses to not pay for their hosting, then they would at least be aware that their site was down.
  • Overpaying – With good quality and affordable hosting options available, it makes little sense to pay a web developer more / month for hosting space than the company would pay to have their own cheap servers Cambodia Web developers can purchase reseller accounts or simply big, unlimited hosting packages at discounted rates. The typical model for a web developer is to be able to pay their hosting bills with the fees charged to only 2 or 3 clients, making the fee from all the other users they have pure profit.


  • The developer can end up owning your trademarked business domain. Without a specific contract that states otherwise, the developer will be the one registering the domain name that the business they’re working with is going to use. There have been numerous cases of the developer refusing to give up the domain name should the business arrangement go sour.