WebHostingHub is a top hosting company in the budget category. They are completely US based with technical support, sales, and customer service done from their office in Virginia. In addition, they have two data centers, one in Ashburn, VA and one on the West Coast in Los Angeles, CA.
All of their equipment is very modern, some of the largest and fastest machines of any hosting company we reviewed. Our tests showed exceptional response times and top uptimes.
Yahoo! is a large corporation headquartered in Sunnyvale, California. Yahoo is mainly known for its search engine as well as email services along with web hosting. As of 2010, the corporation laid claim to the largest share of online advertising in the world.
- Year Founded: 1994
- Incorporated: March 1, 1995
- Founder: Jerry Yang and David Filo - Electrical Engineering Graduates, Stanford
- CEO: Carol Bartz
- Office Location: Sunnyvale, CA
- Sister Companies: del.ico.us, Flickr, Fire Eagle, FoxyTunes, Upcoming, Wretch
About FatCow, the Company
Founded in 1998, FatCow is easy to use, and it offers a variety of intuitive services. They are committed to making website building an easy and fun experience for their customers.
- Founded in Albuquerque New Mexico in 1998
- Location: Burlington, MA.
- Green since 2008
Green Hosting / Environmental Considerations
Fat Cow is an eco-friendly company because it is 100% powered by wind energy since 2008. Users can also share in their green efforts by posting a badge on their Fat Cow hosted website that tells visitors that their web page is powered by green energy. Environmentally conscious Fat Cow customers can rest assured that using Fat Cow’s services over non-green hosting contributed to the health of the environment.
GreenGeeks is one of a select few web hosting services that focuses on clean energy hosting. This is the way it has been since the founding of the company by CEO Trey Gardner, who has over 10 years experience in the industry.
- CEO: Trey Gardner
- Office locations: California
- Focus: 300% Wind Powered
GreenGeeks also used to operate a second brand called SiteCloud. SiteCloud has now been merged into GreenGeeks.
Green / Environment focus
GreenGeeks web hosting service contributes less to global warming than other companies by using wind power that generates 3 times more the amount of energy than what their servers use. This makes them more environment friendly than virtually any other hosting company, even among the green ones.