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Are There Really Benefits to Having a Dedicated Server?

Hey Neighbors!

How is everyone out there today? I am so looking forward to this weekend.  We have just been so busy.  We took the dogs to get their shots, started some spring cleaning, had a couple of baby rabbits born, worked a little on cleaning the deck and of course all the other everyday things we have to do.

What type of server do you use for your site?  There are many choices out there, with benefits to each type. Does anyone out there among my neighbors use a dedicated server?  Do you use unmetered Dedicated Servers?  Is there a big difference in Servers?  Feel free to jump in and give your opinions here.

I just have to ask this question, "Do you think those who use dedicated servers get better tech help?".  I am wondering if there is a big difference in the type of help you receive.  I mean how many of you have received the run around when you need technical support?  I know I have!  You know the phone calls where the only answer you get is an automated system that makes you answer 20 questions before finally directing you to the wrong department or just as you reach someone that might help you get disconnected. 

Or maybe you have had the same experience I have, where the person helping you does not speak English, or at least not enough to be understood.  I had one technician tell me one time , "Ma'am, If you would write it down you would understand."  Now how am I supposed to write down what I can not understand to begin with?  At least I received a laugh out of that one.  Or you have someone who gets mad at you, because you can't understand them.

I have been so frustrated at times dealing with tech support.  So do you think that having a dedicated server makes a difference?  Not that we are anywhere near needing a dedicated server!

Well, if you have any feelings on this one, be sure to leave a comment.  I look forward to seeing you soon, At the Fence!  Have a great day!

Disclosure:This is a sponsored post, however all thoughts and opinions are my own.


Anonymous said…
its a great story i too have had issues with the server and nothing helps at all.

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