Place/Date: Romania - August 30th, 2019 at 6:45 am UTC · 3 min read
Contact: Catalin Florica, Source: Geekhosted
GeeksHosted is a hosting company with 6 years in the market and is making strides in the industry. Its mantra revolves around creating a web hosting ecosystem built “for geeks, by geeks,” and has earned it a favorite spot among the target niche. The service provider now shows interest in emerging technologies such as Bitcoin to expand its payment options as well as target an inclusion market.
For a small team of 10, the combined efforts have been rather intriguing these past 6 years, with its recent achievements including the building of a brand new state-of-the-art data center, out of which it provides an affordable high-performance dedicated server offering.
During its early days, the GeeksHosted’s team largely depended on the word-of-mouth marketing strategies to get their product out there, and now, they have impressive results to show for it. With a growing number of subscribers numbering over 15,000 businesses and entrepreneurs so far turning to GeeksHosted to power their web properties, the team attests an overwhelming market demand leading to shortages of disk space on their server – surpassing initial expectations.
Expressing the sudden boom in the business, GeeksHosted’s Catalin Florica said:
“We didn’t expect it. Our customers are buying our cheap dedicated servers in large numbers. We can hardly keep up with the orders. It was actually quite a nice surprise.”
GeeksHosted continues to run at a remarkable pace, serving unique cheap web hosting service through fast dedicated servers. Their quality services have a high 99.99% uptime and affordable premium web hosting plans starting at only $1.95 per month thereby allowing customers to run web applications on a high-performance dedicated server.
The company’s customer care culture is one to revere, as the team uses a family-like approach to show commitment and dedication to their clientele.
As a response to inquiries and suggestions from its clients, GeeksHosted adopted Bitcoin and Alternative coin payments for its crypto-niche clientele. And now, it is among a few web hosting companies that accept cryptocurrencies as a means of payment, as Catalin pointed out:
“That’s a plus for us because not many hosting companies accept Bitcoin.”
Disclaimer: Geekhosted is the source of this content. Virtual currency is not legal tender, is not backed by the government, and accounts and value balances are not subject to consumer protections. Cryptocurrencies and tokens are extremely volatile.