Web users are more likely looking through the Internet to make decision for selecting a decent host for their site.
Normally, most hosting companies provide the service for data you may store on their servers in MB or GB, different bandwidths and quality of services. The major difference can also be Linux server versus Microsoft server.
So, if you come across a website feeling that it is a good host, you would like to figure out which hosting company that particular site is using. How do you determine it?
One of the way you can check is to use a site called HostLogr, it has over a million hosting reports in its database. It can easily help you to determine information instantaneously from almost any URL you key in, giving you a report stating a site’s host, a link to the host’s site, showing the site’s IP address and a give you map displaying the location of a site’s hosting server.
Another additional feature you can enjoy is, by subscribing its email or RSS service, you will be notified when a particular Web site changes its hosting provider. Give it a try!