Maybe it’s me, but Google seems to love ruining your rankings more than helping you succeed. You already have a lot on your plate if you’re concerned about your SEO. You need to build backlinks, ensure that your page, URL, title and so on are properly optimized, keep up with the new changes, make sure that you don’t use keywords too often and manage content creation, just to name a few things. Now, you also need to worry about your Web host.
This is probably one of the most common questions that people will ask when it comes to setting up a website. Basically there are three elements, domain, web hosting and the most important one is a website.