Hosting1000.net Releases Top 10 Green Hosting Sites

Many people have lately shown increased affinity to “green” cyber hosting. Hosting1000 has made things simple by populating a list of 10 sites renowned for green hosting.

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Hosting1000.net Releases Top 10 Green Hosting Sites

(PRWEB) September 02, 2014

The recent growing consciousness towards the environment has not spared even the cyberspace. Budding entrepreneurs have shown increased sensitivity towards the environment as they go about their business. The green hosting services employ renewable energy sources like wind turbines, biogas and solar power to fuel the servers. There are several companies that aim at offering nature-friendly hosting services to clients without any chinks in quality. Hosting1000 relates to the green hosting revolution and advises readers on choosing the right service. The review website has released a list of 10 sites that are worth the green tag. Calling the shots up front is iPage.

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As the world wakes up to preservation of nature and several web hosting service providers show commitment towards using only natural resources, there are several many organizations that have also woken up to the cause and conformed to the services of these servers. While it is easy to lose momentum in the buzz, Hosting1000 alerts its users on the benefits of choosing the right hosting services. The review website asks its readers to ensure that the web hosts do not compromise on the quality of the services and while scoring high on nature sensitivity. After exhaustive sessions with several green hosts, the review website identifies the following ten to be worth the applause: iPage, GreenGeeks, HostGators, HostPapa, FatCow, IPOWER, 1&1, DReamHost, inMotion Hosting and active.

The review website has also drawn an outline for its readers so that they can choose between the different hosts based on the attributes that the site highlights. The company asks its readers to ensure that the host site provides services on all hours. It also asks its readers to gain maximum knowledge about the site before hiring it. The site owner Rob asks his readers to identify with the plan that the green web host uses: “It is important that that the service seeker ascertains if the green host is making the maximum possible use of the resources at its disposal.”
The managers of the website asked readers to support the cause for nature: “It has to be seen whether the hosting company which it chosen has affiliate programs. These include telecommunication, office recycling and tree plantation.”

About the Company
Hosting1000.net is a web host reviewing website. The website has already garnered decent readership and is writing on more diversified topics.
Further information on the best green web hosts is available at http://www.hosting1000.net/discountipage.


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