14 Nov

2013

SiteGround launches student hosting program

SiteGround has launched publicly a new hosting program aimed at university students, faculty members, and academic organizations. The program has started as an internal initiative when SiteGround agreed to provide free hosting for the students of several university professors who were using the company’s hosting services for their personal projects. Now it has grown into a full-fledged program accessible through a separate section of SiteGround’s website, located at: https://www.siteground.com/student-hosting.htm

The program has two branches, aimed at the two main target audiences — the educators and the individual students. The offer for the faculty members is essentially the same that got the whole program started: it allows each approved professor to enroll anyone, who participates in his/her course, for a free hosting account. The main new thing in the SiteGround students hosting program though is that individual students can now participate as well. Each student can get a one year full-featured hosting account by SiteGround at a highly-discounted price. The only requirement is to provide a valid e-mail with the .edu extension. Another addition to the program is the opportunity for student organizations to partner with SiteGround and receive free hosting for their websites.

“Now that we have successfully helped more than 700 students get a high-quality hosting for their university courses we are ready to move forward and extend this opportunity to the whole population of future designers, developers, and content creators to try state-of-the-art hosting solution” said Ilia Markov of SiteGround’s marketing department who was responsible for coordinating the launch of the new program.

To learn more about the opportunities for students visit https://www.siteground.com/students-plan.htm

 

12 Sep

2013

SiteGround Launches An Enhanced Offer For The European Market

SiteGround web hosting company has recently enhanced its service in order to target better its European users. Last week the company introduced prices in EURO and British Pounds, additional free European domain names and more convenient access to phone support from the territory of the old continent. This is not the first step that SiteGround takes to get closer to markets outside the USA. Last year the company launched its first server location in Europe and a few months later one more in Asia. The special attention to its international customers is now extended with new enhancements targeting the European citizens.

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26 Aug

2013

SiteGround Partners With Open Classifieds

SiteGround web hosting company has become the official hosting partner of Open Classifieds (OC), which is one of the most popular free web applications for building classified sites. As part of the partnership Open-classifieds.com itself has been moved to a SiteGround server and a special joint hosting offer was created by the two companies for all Open Classifieds users.

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26 Jun

2013

SiteGround Launches a New Brand Identity and a New Website

SiteGround web hosting company has reinvented its brand identity and launched a complete redesign of its website, company logo, and hosting plans structure in line with the new brand concept.  The brand message communicates now more clearly that SiteGround delivers a high-quality, superior service thanks to its “handcraft” approach to hosting as opposed to the “mass-production” one chosen by the majority of web hosts.
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28 Feb

2013

SiteGround extends its partnership with CloudFlare

SiteGround, a leading web hosting provider, has recently extended its partnership with CloudFlare, a web performance optimization company. Besides providing the general CloudFlare CDN, optimization and security features for free to its customers SiteGround has now also developed several unique tools to improve user experience with the services and has added Railgun – one of the most advanced CloudFlare speed options.
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