Knoji, the Wikipedia of consumer information, announced the expansion of its community-powered consumer watchdog service to the web hosting industry.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) July 03, 2012
Knoji, the Wikipedia of consumer information, today announced the expansion of its community-powered consumer watchdog service to include the consumer and small business web hosting industries. Over fifty web hosting providers, from established players such as HostGator and 1&1 Hosting to emerging upstarts such as GreenGeeks and HostingZoom, are now included in the coverage universe, providing consumers with an essential resource when purchasing web hosting services.
"Consumers are finding it difficult to navigate regular search engines like Google to find accurate and unbiased reviews of web hosting providers," says founder and CEO Michael Quoc. "Knoji's aim is to provide a clean, well-lit place on the Web where consumers can review neutral, factual and insightful reviews on the players in this industry."
The community website's approach is to combine a highly social platform where any consumer can post reviews, ask questions, and redeem coupons, with a team of vetted Consumer Experts who conduct in-depth research on companies, answer questions, and filter the content on the site. The net result is a revealing one-page bio on any company that offers an inside look into the company's operations, feedback from customers, as well as opportunities to save via curated coupons and promotions.
Shopping for a reliable web hosting company can present significant challenges for the average consumer. Web hosting providers are notorious for inconsistent service quality and lack of customer service, and accurate reviews are often difficult to locate online. Knoji is striving to alleviate the pain in researching web hosting providers by offering accurate information on all the popular web hosting providers in an clean, intuitive interface.
Knoji currently covers over 5,000 retail brands globally and is rapidly expanding its reach. The company recruits Consumer Experts who have a demonstrated knowledge in a specific product category, or who have extensive experience in writing factual consumer-facing content. Top Consumer Experts earn upwards of $1,000 per month, with opportunities for higher paying permanent positions. Inquiries for Consumer Expert positions should be directed through the company's website.