Friday, 6 May 2011

Green hosting is a business issue

In search of the Holy Quail?

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With so much demand on resources owning a business website has become an environmental issue. Eco-friendly hosting services, and optimisation services that work within  green marketing has become a vital requirement for some ethical businesses. Not only are there constant pressures being placed on businesses to compete, within the real world and the virtual world, legislation and green issues are forcing them to adjust. Maintaining a successful business gets harder every day, the pressures and competition increase and the days get longer.

Having an environmentally-friendly site is a great accomplishment and a great selling point. Let your site visitors know your site has gone green by letting us build you a low carbon web site. We can build you a website that will cost you pennies. We can update your existing website once (or if you like daily). Contact us outlining your requirements. var emailriddlerarray=[99,111,110,116,97,99,116,64,110,111,114,116,104,100,101,118,111,110,119,101,98,46,99,111,46,117,107] var encryptedemail_id47='' //variable to contain encrypted email for (var i=0; i

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We are all trying to discover the phrases that bring in clients to our business web site, trying to find the right key phrases for our businesses and placing them for best effect.  This is the quest for the Search Engine Holy Grail. We can help you in a green and ethical way.

Here is a company we have are helping to achieve a green profile:
If you want us to give you a Quote for a 'Green' web site or are interested in our 'Green hosting plans please contact us: var emailriddlerarray=[99,111,110,116,97,99,116,64,110,111,114,116,104,100,101,118,111,110,119,101,98,46,99,111,46,117,107] var encryptedemail_id47='' //variable to contain encrypted email for (var i=0; i

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Website hosting companies and the servers that host our websites have a negative impact on the environment. The total electricity bill to operate those servers and related infrastructure equipment was $2.7 billion in the United States and $7.2 billion worldwide (see article on informationweek.com)



This site has been in the Technorati Top 5 Small Business blogs and in Top 100 Business blogs and Green blogs during 2011.

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