Manhattan Beach, CA, July 23, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- BestOfferHosting.com launched this week with a concept that will change the way consumers shop for web hosting providers. Already considered the most unique concept in online shopping, the reverse auction is now available for web hosting. Consumers only need to go to one website, select a few options, determine what they are willing to pay, and within hours they will receive up to 12 bids from tops hosting companies, competing for their business.
This concept was made popular online by companies in the travel and lending industry, but its application to web hosting may revolutionize the way people shop for web hosting service providers. As we've seen with other reverse auction websites, when vendors compete for your business, you win. Before BestOfferHosting.com, a shopper would have to visit 12 websites and scroll through pages of sales hype and peripheral information to find enough information to make an educated decision on a web host. Now they can get all the product and pricing information that they need sent to their private BestOfferHosting.com mailbox. There they can select the bid they prefer and have their services set up within hours.
BestOfferHosting.com's customers will receive competing bids from companies like ipower.com, Hostgator.com, GoDaddy.com and other quality hosting providers.They select from reseller hosting, dedicated hosting, VPS hosting, cheap web hosting, Wordpress hosting, and ecommerce hosting. The web hosting companies are alerted when a form is submitted, and they respond with their most competitive offer.
The Web Hosting industry is enthusiastically supporting this concept and BestOfferHosting.com has a waiting list of vendors ready to join in. With top rated web hosting companies already on board, BestOfferHosting.com has to be very selective about adding new vendors to the pool of hosts. Their current pool of web hosting companies already ranges from high quality low cost providers web hosting providers to high power dedicated hosting specialists.
Consumer reaction to this concept is even more enthusiastic, as expected. From a time savings perspective, the idea of 1-stop shopping is a tremendously effecient. Consider filling in a form with 5 fields, and having 12 companies send you all the information you need to make a wise and informed decision without having to spend days surfing the web. What a novel concept.