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Web Hosting Company Uplinkearth Launches New Version Of Its Website

Increased The Size Of Its Windows Virtual Web Hosting Plans

Uplinkearth , a global award-winning Windows web hosting provider hosting more than 40,000 domain names, announced that it has dramatically increased the size of its Windows virtual web hosting plans, and has launched a new version of its company website.

Every plan was affected by the change, and a MS SQL plan was added as an entry level data management solution.

“The changes we have made to our account structure and corporate website are direct results of feedback we have received from our customers,” said Mike Yablonowitz, uplinkearth President and CEO. “We believe that listening to what our customers say helps us maintain a strong competitive advantage, and continues to build on our customer acquisition rate.”

The company’s entry level web hosting plan for small businesses now features 20GB of monthly network transfer and 1GB of storage space. It also includes award-winning phone and 24/7 web technical support, at no additional charge.

Uplinkearth’s new website, which is designed to improve accessibility, navigation, and aesthetics, features more dynamic media and further introduces technologies such as Macromedia Cold Fusion and Flash, and intuitive client-side technologies such as JavaScript.

“Our new corporate website has been in planning and development for the past four months, and we are really excited to see its launch. Among the enhancements that we have made, we have fine-tuned the navigation and added more content about our products and services,” said Yablonowitz.

ASP. 2.0, auto installers for both WordPress and DotNetNuke and enhancements to uplinkearth’s internally developed control panel were also rolled out.

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Raul Estaka 07/26/08 03:27:25 PM EDT

I could not agree with you more, I used to host with uplinkearth.com too and the service was the worst of any business I have ever experienced, not only that they really have no clue as to what they are doing, imagine this, I have a e-commerce site with a shopping cart, I except credit cards in live time through a secure server, when they made the move to the new servers they screwed up the DNS really bad and did not copy all my files over, so to fix this thier 'techs' decided they would change the source code of my shopping cart without even asking me, telling me or even making a backup and to make it even worse it was some of the worst programming I have ever seen and exposed thousands of my customers credit card numbers to the public and my server was still down for a month. I have so many other horror stories with uplinkearth.com

I could go on for pages and pages but i'll sum it up..... if you want your life to be a living hell and your web presence to be destroyed then by all means do business with uplinkearth.com

Thomas Jorgensen 06/03/08 09:45:50 PM EDT


Dear Mr. Yablonowitz,

As a customer at Uplinkearth for about five years I just wanted you to know, in the past six months my experience with using Uplinkearth as a hosting service has been nothing but frustration. Gone are the days of a smooth operating and intuitively easy user interface and a responsive support ticket system. Now I'm forced to deal with a clunky redundant sign-in process, a user interface that functions and looks like some high school kid's project for web design 101 (sorry, somebody had to say it), and a less than stellar support system (ie. a tired customer service team). I decided yesterday I am done with any kind of internet services provided by Uplinkearth or Hostopia or whomever owns this company. I am simply writing to you in good faith to give you some feedback as to what the company you helped build has now become.

This is not the company or service I bought into some five years ago.

Can one person change the world, or in this case a company gone south? Maybe not but I suspect there is more than one of me out there who feels the exact same way about what Uplinkearth.com has become.

Thank you and good day to you Sir,

Tom Jorgensen



Web Hosting News Desk 03/13/06 04:34:03 PM EST

Uplinkearth, a Windows web hosting provider hosting over 40 thousand domain names, announced today that it has dramatically increased the size of its Windows virtual web hosting plans, and has launched a new version of its company website.