Five years ago in 2005 SiteGround broke ground and entered the web hosting arena. Their strategy was to penetrate the market with a rich portfolio of web hosting services and offer geographically strategic data centers in four locations in the US. In that short 5 years SiteGround has grown to over 250,000 websites and continues to grow with their single and affordable shared hosting plan.
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Innovation is a key element to success in the web hosting industry. Companies that do not continually strive to improve services and find innovative ways to serve their customer base will not survive. Two companies that have weathered through good times and bad are iPage and Reliacloud.
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Before the turn of the century, website hosting was still a new industry. Technology and economy of scale proved that a web host company could “share” many clients on a single server to save money, thus affordably continue to grow the number of websites on the booming World Wide Web. During the time of the boom two hosting companies emerged: iPage and Omnis.
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Whether new or experienced, a web hosting company must find their niche in the industry in order to effectively compete. Both iPage and GreenvilleHost are worthy competitors offering similar plans for similar prices. Both are Earth-conscious and offer “green” web hosting through the purchase of Renewable Energy Credits to support wind energy consumption. Both also practice energy efficiency in their data centers as well as established internal recycling programs. Within the “green” niche of web hosting both companies offer excellent plans.
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To compete in a web hosting market in the 21st century, you not only have to offer a reasonably priced hosting plan with competitive features, but you also must make a stand to reduce your carbon footprint, especially in the realm of energy consumption. Web servers tend to use a great deal of electricity, and a full data center warehouse can consume enough energy and produce enough heat for a small town.
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The web hosting industry has finally reached a steady average rate of around $5 per month. While web hosting has always seemed affordable in the past with rates of up to $10 to $15 per month, current technology and demand has made hosting available to practically anyone who wants a personal or business website.
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