Mass web hosting is a popular way to host web sites. Lower costs, easy site creation, and convenience lure site owners to host with the likes of HostGator, GoDaddy.com, and Yahoo.com. The problem with mass hosting is just that, a massive amounts of sites on overloaded servers. With sometimes hundreds of sites on a single web server, your site can suffer slowdowns when another site on the same server gets hammered. Often the best approach in this situation is to move to a new host with more lightly loaded servers. This article shows the effects of such a move for a client on a mass web host.