Chris Locke, co-founder of postAprop.com, announced new upgrades to the fast-growing real estate marketing service.
AdroitSSD LLC, a leading cloud web hosting company has recently announced a golden opportunity for their clients to claim a 75% discount on their hosting services. The company guarantees that their SSD cloud hosting will be safe, fast and reliable with full scalability which allows website to grow as its needs increases.
In their latest comprehensive web hosting comparison study, WebHostingCat.com named InMotion Hosting as the best web hosting provider for small businesses. InMotion was directly compared with hosting companies GoDaddy, HostGator and GreenGeeks. These web hosts were evaluated on categories specifically geared towards small business websites and included website speed and performance, data backup and restore, customer support, data center hardware, plus specific business hosting features in the respective hosting plans.
WP Engine was recently rated the top managed WordPress hosting provider in an extensive comparison study by WebHostingCat.com. The web hosting comparison tested WP Engine along with three other top managed WordPress hosting providers (Media Temple, Flywheel, and DreamPress 2 by DreamHost).
Blue Angel Host, Pakistan's fastest growing Off-shore hosting company proudly announced the giveaway of Free Offshore Hosting to bloggers, gaming communities and other web owners for life. The company also announced free lifetime Server Hosting or Free VPS to clients for lifetime. However, as a general rule of the thumb for anything free, you must meet certain terms and conditions to avail the benefits.
TheHostingAwards.net is an online platform that helps small and medium sized business and entrepreneurs find the best hosting companies through their in-depth and comprehensive reviews of web hosting services. The team at the website takes web hosting very seriously and are focused on bringing their readers practical and effective information that could help the SME's excel and perform better online. The website recently published their Best Web Hosting Sites of 2015 that has been based on the level of performance provided in the past year and only includes companies that have delivered a constant level of high quality to all their customers.
Provisionshot.com is a Canadian based company was established in 2010, the idea of its creation was to provide people good and trustworthy hosting services, and honestly Provisionhost.com has been successful in that as they have already served more than 5000 clients internationally. This highly reputed server hosting service provider has partnered with several datacenters and has a growing team of employees. They offer great server hosting services like Minecraft Server Hosting, which has full modification support, the best control panels and is also fully Minecraft managed.
GGServers is a Canadian based business, providing services and products in creating a more suitable gaming server for customers at affordable prices. The main aim of the business is to create reasonable quality gaming servers at the lowest possible cost. The game server community suffers from the cost of better servers and their management, hence this new establishment can win considerable markets from its innovative solutions.
Recent reports have highlighted an interesting shift in the world of website hosting. Google has announced that its basic website hosting service, through Google Drive, will be slowly depreciated and then turned off on the 31st August 2016. The web hosting feature is perhaps a lesser-known feature of Google Drive, and has allowed some more simple websites to take-off. However, that Google is reducing and then terminating this service could highlight that websites are increasingly opting for more advanced hosting services; ultimately what a site needs to strive forward on the internet.
The average British person now spends one in every six hours online, according to research carried out by the Internet Advertising Bureau and the UK Online Measurement Company. 73,000 people were involved in the study which found that people also spent an average of two hours and 51 minutes on the internet each day in the first half of the year.