Free Green Hosting Provided with Every Website Design Package

It is essential that the web hosting industry become more eco-friendly!

 

It is estimated that by 2020, web hosting will be as big of a polluter as the airline industry.

green web hosting, eco-friendly hosting

Blue Sky Creative Studio provides free hosting and e-mail (10 e-mail boxes) for the first year only to new WordPress and Joomla web design clients of Blue Sky Creative Studio who purchase a WordPress Basic or Premium Design Package or Joomla new website design services.

No other web designer will have access to sites hosted by Blue Sky Creative Studio. This is not only for design purposes but also to provide security on this shared hosting, reseller account. If the client wishes to hire another web designer, their website will have to be moved to new hosting account. A copy of the site can be provided to the client for a fee of $50. Hosted e-mail accounts cannot be backed up or moved.

After the first year, this hosting is renewed for $96. annually, payable to Blue Sky Creative Studio.

This offer is for managed hosting that includes support, e-mail setup and other hosting related services at no extra charge for the first year to Blue Sky Creative Studio clients. Hosting add-ons or upgrades are not included.

This hosting account will be registered under the name of Cate Rogers, Blue Sky Creative Studio as it is part of the reseller account.

This free hosting offer may not be available to e-commerce sites that require the website hosting to be listed in the site owner’s name for their merchant account setup.

ECO-FRIENDLY WEB HOSTING matters to you and your customers!

Blue Sky Creative is now GREEN!

This website is powered by reliable, 100% Wind-Powered Hosting from FatCow.com.

 

 

 

 



Hummers Outside the Studio

Giant Sunflowers! Amazing!

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Outside Blue Sky Creative Studio.
Wow! I grow these every summer in a planter. Giant sunflowers are always amazing! Taller than I am! The flowers follow the sun during the day. The hummingbirds use the large leaves as a perch to guard their nearby feeder.