Shared Web Hosting


It is a service that allows you to lease space on a server computer.
You can use the same services as having your own server computer at a cheaper price without expensive equipment.

Why Assureserver?


All Inclusive

For all personal and business related server. Host your blog,Forum,E-commerce website in minutes with an easy-to-use Assureserver Service Plan.


All time

24 hours a day, 7 days a week,
our team is present to quickly answer
any questions submitted through our assistance Interface via the Customer Hub.



At all times. Assureserver is developed
with intuitiveness and usability in mind.
Summary helps even the least tech-savvy customers to understand data easily.

Populer Pricing

(was $7.99)
Shared Basic
  • Website Space  11GB
  • Bandwidth  120GB
  • Included Domains  1
  • Parked Domains
  • Sub Domains   5
  • Email Accounts   10
  • Email Storage   100MB
  • Free SSL   CDN+SSL
  • Site Backup   Weekly Backups
(was $10.99)
Shared Plus
  • Website Space  unlimited
  • Bandwidth  unlimited
  • Included Domains  1
  • Parked Domains unlimited
  • Sub Domains   unlimited
  • Email Accounts   unlimited
  • Email Storage   unlimited
  • Free SSL  CDN+SSL
  • Site Backup  unlimited
(was $18.88)
Shared Prime
  • Website Space  unlimited
  • Bandwidth  unlimited
  • Included Domains  1
  • Parked Domains unlimited
  • Sub Domains   unlimited
  • Email Accounts   unlimited
  • Email Storage   unlimited
  • Free SSL  CDN+SSL
  • Site Backup  Daily Backups

Frequently Asked Questions

No, proxy servers are not required for outbound shared hosting connections as of September 10, 2008. Although it will continue to function after this date, we recommend code utilizing proxy servers be updated to reflect this change.

With shared hosting, many websites use the same IP address. You might require your own IP address if you want to access your website by both the IP address and the domain name. This is especially useful during periods of domain name propagation when you can’t access your site by using the domain name. Don’t purchase a dedicated IP address if you are installing an SSL certificate. We automatically issue a dedicated IP address when an SSL certificate is installed on our shared hosting servers.

Moving your hosting account feels as scary as moving into a new house. Because it affects your business, you want it done correctly to avoid any costly mistakes. Fortunately, this guide removes the mystery and shows the process done quickly and easily. Web hosting is server space where you store your website’s files so they are accessible 24/7 by browsing to your domain name. The company providing this service for you is known as your host. Before beginning, you need a copy of your site’s files from your current host. Without those, there’s nothing to move. Once you have a copy of the files, purchase a hosting account that fits your needs. This article does not cover migrating websites using databases; these include common blog and Content Manager System-based websites, such as those using WordPress®, Drupal®, or Joomla!®.

When a visitor types your domain name in to their browser they are automatically directed to your website’s default file. For example, to go to Yahoo!, you type It doesn’t show up in your browser, but you’re actually looking at the index.html page. Try it yourself, type in your browser. You might have guessed, index.html file is a default file. If it’s the only default file in the root directory, it automatically displays when someone goes to your domain name. If you have more than one default file in a directory, the server decides which one takes priority, and then displays that file. Understanding the order the files are served is key to making sure the correct page displays on your website.

Your site can feel slow for two reasons. It can take a long time to generate a given page on the server side or it can take a long time to load the site in your browser. It can also feel slow for both reasons combined! For more information, see Top 5 Website Performance Problems. If you`re using WordPress®, you can try Troubleshooting Common Issues in WordPress. W3 Total Cache is a performance optimization framework for WordPress, that is designed to work in any type of site or web hosting account. You can also use free third-party tools to troubleshoot the cause of your site’s slowness and to make a plan for your next moves. Using to Determine Site Slowness Using Google PageSpeed to Determine Site Slowness Using Yahoo! YSlow to Determine Site Slowness Using Pingdom Tools to Determine Site Slowness Using Firefox Plugin lori to Determine Site Slowness If you’re still stumped, please try to find patterns in slowness before you contact help or tech support so we can handle your case quickly. Patterns to look for: Is your site slow only during certain hours of the day? Is your site slow only from certain geographic locations? Are only certain pages of your site slow? Do you host multiple alias domains on your account? If so, are they all slow, or just one? Do you run multiple Web applications on your account? If so, are they all slow, or just one? Do you run multiple plugins, modules, or themes for your Web application? If you disable them, does your site speed up? Is your connection to other websites slow? Any additional information you can provide will help our tech support track down the issues quickly.

While we do not limit the number of visitors that can view your website, we do limit the number of visitors who can simultaneously connect to your hosting account. There’s a subtle difference there because users only count as [connecting] while they’re actively downloading content from your website. However, as soon as users finish loading a page’s content or disconnect from SSH, their connections are freed up for other users. This means if the page a user’s connecting to takes .1 seconds to fully load, she only counts as a connection for .1 seconds. After that, she no longer counts toward your total allowed connections — unless she clicks somewhere on your site that establishes another connection. This means, theoretically, a very large number of visitors could be viewing your website at the same time, as long as they didn`t all process the requests simultaneously.

The number of files per directory you can use depends on the type of hosting you have: Type Max. Files per Directory1 Web & Classic 1,024 files/inodes2 cPanel, Plesk, Managed WordPress No limit3 These limits prevents customers’ file structures from taxing the server’s resources and negatively affect its load time. If you exceed your account’s limit, you might receive an [Out of Disk Space] when trying to add or create more files in that directory. This doesn’t mean that your entire hosting account has exceeded its disk space, only that directory has. You can avoid this issue by splitting directories with many files/inodes into sub-directories, and by pruning any [cache] or [thumbnail] directories your site uses manually or with a cron job. We will warn customers exceeding this limit and may relocate files to maintain server performance. 1 Your entire hosting account cannot hold more than 500,000 files and folders (Windows) or 250,000 inodes (Linux). 2 File name lengths between 1 and 16 characters count as 1 inode, 17 and 32 characters count as 2, 33 and 48 characters count as 3, and so on. The longer your filenames, the fewer files you can have in a directory. 3 Though we impose no limit, to improve your website’s performance, we recommend limiting your directories to no more than 1,024 files/inodes. cPanel accounts also cannot exceed their account’s total inode (file) limit (more info).