Top Introduces VCLOUD EXPRESS – An On-demand, Pay-as-you-go Cloud Computing Solution

September 2, 2009 by · Comments Off on Introduces VCLOUD EXPRESS – An On-demand, Pay-as-you-go Cloud Computing Solution 

Web Hosting ToolsSan Francisco, CA –, the leading provider of global managed hosting, cloud hosting and colocation solutions, today announced that it is delivering a VMware (NYSE: VMW) vCloud Express solution.’s vCloud Express solution will provide instant provisioning, consumption-based pricing (pay by the hour) and unlimited, dynamic compute resources. will be among the first to offer this new class of VMware Virtualized™ service that that can be purchased, consumed and adjusted in a pay-as-you-go model. vCloud Express will be available as a beta service beginning September 1, 2009.

This solution introduces true cross-platform functionality to the marketplace that is compatible with technology the industry embraces and utilizes. vCloud Express is an Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) solution that will run on’s Cloud Enterprise infrastructure and is the latest announcement on’s portfolio of cloud hosting solutions. Consumers currently utilizing VMware internally will have compatibility between their internal infrastructure and external infrastructure resources used for application development and testing, capacity on demand, and general outsourced infrastructure needs.

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tyBit Pay-Per-Position (PPP) Advertising Model Takes Aim at PPC

July 9, 2009 by · Comments Off on tyBit Pay-Per-Position (PPP) Advertising Model Takes Aim at PPC 

TybitWeb Hosting Tools – Will PPC become an obsolete model? CEO Clarence Briggs of search engine seems to think so. “We’re cranking out 60 to 70 million searches a month through thousands of distributed partners and affiliates, and we are giving away PPC advertising,” said Briggs. “Our model is simple and affordable. We give away PPC ads, but our preferred advertisers bid in a pay-per-position or PPP auction. They bid on positions 1 through 10 and pay a flat, daily rate starting at only $1 a day for a key term, regardless of the number of impressions or clicks,” said Briggs. “In the first week, we have had over 400 advertisers sign up for PPP based on our Global Keyword Registration (GKR) system,” said Briggs.

With the news last month that PPC clickers aren’t the valuable customers that advertisers might have expected, will we see a major change in the revenue models of search engines? According to a recent Kiss-SEO report about PPC click-through rates, 6% of ad clickers are responsible for 50% of display ad clicks. These clickers, tagged as “Natural Born Clickers” further erode the validity of pay-per-click models because of their demographics.

These clickers tend to be younger, in the 25-44 age bracket, and have lower incomes, less than $40,000. What that means, is that many companies that measure the success of their ad campaigns by the number of click-throughs, are possibly getting site visitors not able to purchase the products or services advertised. The study went on to imply that the success of an ad campaign, therefore shouldn’t be measured by clicks, but rather than by exposure. If that inference sticks, we might see search engines revert to the old CPM model or some new paradigm?

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AptHost Unveils Web 2.0 Design and Improves Hosting Services

June 23, 2009 by · Comments Off on AptHost Unveils Web 2.0 Design and Improves Hosting Services 

Web Hosting ToolsSEATTLE, WASHINGTON – AptHost Communications USA Inc. (OTCBB:RSDV), a leading provider of shared, reseller, vps and dedicated web hosting services has announced earlier today the launch of a new website.

Launched in 2001, AptHost has been providing the web hosting market with quality hosting services to meet the needs of individuals and small businesses. In early 2006, AptHost found its niche in the social media market by providing web hosting services to individuals with social media and video sharing related websites.

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