Do I Need To Choose Yola Or Go To Dedicated Server

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I have been with Syntha Site / Yola for quiet a while . Most of my ventures , until now , have related to digital product delivery and coaching to other internet marketers .

The new venture will deal with physical products .

According to my keyword research and competition analysis, I will be sending 10,000 plus visitors to this site daily within 30 to 60 days . I know that is a guess but it is an educated one :-)

Through some short term, limited traffic test , I have determined most visitors that stay over 15 seconds ,stay on site for 14 plus minutes.

While I know Yola pretty much offers unlimited bandwidth, at he same time I in no way want to be considered a server leach . I love Yola's support , site maker , and community at large and would hate to have to leave .

What would be my best options ?

1: Set site up with a premium domain through Yola and let Yola tell me when it is time to move on

2: Go to an individual hosting company that offers upgrading t dedicated :-(

3: Insert Your Solution Here >

The perfect solution for me would be to set site up on Yola , if it gets to a point I was using too much bandwidth, Yola contacts me and says " hey we need $200 a month to continue hosting ."

I have domains on several different host and must say that Yola is by far my favorite ( let;s keep that quiet as I own reseller accounts for some others lol) . Everything I need for this site can easily be accomplished through Yola .

Thank you in advance for any answers .

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I don't think they will be bothered by the use of bandwidth unless its hundreds of thousands to millions visitors. But I'm sure they do appreciate your concern for being a leach. If you want to go to another dedicated server hosting, there are many places (including godaddy) just be able to manage databases and MySQL and you'll be set.
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Hi Troy,

We're certainly on board with option 1.

We wish you oodles of success and hope to have to kick you off soon! But in all seriousness, we appreciate your due diligence and believe we will be able to support your traffic needs. We'll certainly be in touch with you if any unexpected adjustments need to be made.
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If you need a really in depth site with MySQL, PHP etc you should use a different host with a complex CMS like Joomla.

But if you want to use Yola I doubt they'll care unless you're becoming very very popular.

Just my opinion,