244 Fifth Avenue
NY New York, us
Web Host Talk Forums To Publish Europe Hosting News
The forum start releasing daily European web hosting news and stories. The launch date of the news service in July 1st.
The WHT-EU board aim to keep it's members and visitors informed with the latest web hosting events and developments in Europe.
"Those who are involved in website and web hosting business in U.S., Canada and Australia are able to make informed decisions thanks to industry leading media such as TheWHIR and WebHostDir. At the same time consumers in Europe don't have enough knowledge on web hosting market even in their own country" said a WebHostTalk.eu statement released within the forums.
The European discussion boards said that the only media that pay attention on Europe's hosting market and try to keep consumers in Europe informed at this time are those mentioned above. Most of the reputable media and directories that serve web hosting market are focused more on releasing global news than to cover regional markets.
The forum's statement says that WebHostTalk.eu will try to reflect on European web hosting agenda and to help those who are involved in EU hosting business to stay informed on various issues.
This includes news and developments about Budget and Shared market, as well as information on dedicated, colocation and data center providers. Tech, Security and Programming issues as well as E-Commerce and Marketing knowledge will also take part in the news service.
The WebHostTalk.eu forums feature 6 different European sections. The website owners can participate to one of the following European hosting forums - "General web Hosting", "Tech, Security and programming", "Domain names", "Non-Tech Web Hosting", "Server Talk", "Colocation and Datacenters", "Domain Chat" and marketing talk. Members are also allowed to talk about American, Australian and other continental hosting issues.
The European Forums claim they set some innovative rules for the web hosting industry. Members that have good posting history are entitled to free advertising through 468x60 banners at the bottom of the forums. They are also allowed to post offers in advertising sections on daily basis. WebHostTalk.eu however requires a 50 other members to feature their offers after the last one posted by anyone.
The WebHostTalk.eu is owned and moderated under agreement signed by group of webmasters with significant experience in the web hosting market. The forum announced in its open press release it would not accept advertisers until September. The moderators say they want to create a real professional community before start featuring ads.
The use of information published here for personal information and editorial processing is generally free of charge. Please clarify any copyright issues with the stated publisher before further use. In the event of publication, please send a specimen copy to firstname.lastname@example.org.