Now that you know how important a booter is in making your server work to its prime and best condition, what you need to consider next is where to get the service from. Sure, reading reviews is a good idea but there is actually more to just reading reviews and asking around. It is your responsibility to do your homework and call the companies of your choice, one by one.
Some are not too confident about asking questions as they think that asking questions will make them look stupid, but on the contrary, asking questions can help you in making sure that you are not being played on.
If you do not ask questions you should be asking in the first place, you might end up with a service that is actually far from what you need.
Just to help you get started in formulating the right questions to ask, you can start with the two questions below.
How this service can help my business?
You may have an idea how this can help you but needless to say, asking and hearing the answer directly from the provider can make it clearer and at the same time, you might be able to learn something you do not know about this service yet.
Is there an after-service customer service team I can speak with?
There are some services who are only fast to respond on potential sales but sluggish when answering questions from their current customers. You have to make sure that they have an available team you can contact in the event that you have questions, complains and clarifications about the service you acquire. You would not want to end getting frustrated as they are only good at first and worse when you become their customer already.