One of the best green web hosting services on the market is joining in on the Black Friday and Cyber Monday action.
As far as Black Friday web hosting deals go, this one should peak your interest if you’re looking for a hosting provider that has sustainability at its core.
What the deal includes
Get GreenGeeks’ EcoSite Lite plan for $1.99/mo, its Ecosite Pro plan for $3.95/mo, and its Ecosite Premium plan for $6.95/mo.
This cheap web hosting deal ends November 28, 2022 11:59PM EST, which is more than enough time for you to decide whether GreenGeeks is the right web hosting service for your business.
Why is this a great deal?
In addition to using eco-friendly data centers and servers, GreenGeeks matches three times the amount of energy it consumes from the grid in the form of renewable energy credits.
As a result, GreenGeeks promises that your website will be 300% green when hosted on its platform.
Aside from that, GreenGeeks offers a 30-day money back guarantee just in case you’re not happy with the service.
GreenGeeks cheapest web hosting plan (made even cheaper during this Black Friday period) includes 50GB of web space, unmetered transfer, 50 email accounts, a free SSL certificate, a free domain name for the first year, plus free nightly backup and free CDN.
It also comes with managed WordPress, built-in caching, unlimited databases, and to top things off, GreenGeeks plans one tree for every web hosting plan bought by you.
Social responsibility is great, but hosting quality is also important, and GreenGeeks ticks both boxes with its shared hosting plans.
Lastly, signing up with GreenGeeks is straightforward as the hosting service did a good job at making it easy for beginners to start an online journey.
- Once you've sorted your web hosting, save on the best Black Friday website builder deals too
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Abigail is a B2B Editor that specializes in web hosting and website builder news, features and reviews at TechRadar Pro. She has been a B2B journalist for more than five years covering a wide range of topics in the technology sector from colocation and cloud to data centers and telecommunications. As a B2B web hosting and website builder editor, Abigail also writes how-to guides and deals for the sector, keeping up to date with the latest trends in the hosting industry. Abigail is also extremely keen on commissioning contributed content from experts in the web hosting and website builder field.