3 thoughts on “Installing Laravel on Shared Hosting

  1. I'd never recommend shared hosting to any of my client. Shared hosting may be a cheap option, but it is also the most riskiest. If you think that cost is more important to you than security, then sure go ahead. A better alternative to it is cloud hosting. Cloud hosting is not as expensive as it used to be. Now you have Google, Amazon and Microsoft. Google has recently cut prices of their Compute Engine and Amazon Web Services is offering a free tier of their EC2 instance. If deploying application on these hosting is difficult, then use a managed hosting to do that. Here is an example of how easy it is to deploy Laravel on AWS EC2: http://www.cloudways.com/blog/install-laravel-on-aws/

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