Bluehost announced hosting packages including shared hosting, virtual private servers, dedicated servers, eCommerce hosting, and managed WordPress packages to expand In India.
Bluehost, an Endurance International Group company, expanded into India with its full suite of WordPress products, including shared hosting, virtual private servers, dedicated servers, eCommerce hosting, and managed WordPress packages, and more.
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Establish a digital presence with the help of WordPress integrations
A McKinsey Global Institute report shows that India is one of the fastest-growing markets for digital consumers with more than half a billion internet subscribers. As internet usage continues to expand, India, which has 75 million micro, small and medium businesses have a unique opportunity to reach new audiences by establishing a strong online presence.
Manish Dalal, senior vice-president & general manager, Endurance APAC talked about India’s companies’ digital presence and Bluehost Web Hosting Services India, saying,
“India is home to one of the world’s largest and fastest-growing digital bases. WordPress is a powerful CMS platform used by many web professionals and small businesses to build a digital presence. Bluehost’s seamless WordPress integrations and tools provide web professionals and small business owners the platform to establish a digital presence. We are thrilled to further expand Bluehost’s presence and product offerings in India.”
Facilitate user experience
To strengthen Bluehost’s presence in India, Bluehost offers a variety of hosting packages including shared hosting, virtual private servers, dedicated servers, eCommerce hosting, and managed web hosting packages, such as WP Pro with 24/7 local consultative sales and support, local currency, and a new website. The guidance through domain search, one-click WordPress install, and theme and plugin selection from Bluehost Marketplace facilities onboarding process of Bluehost India’s user experience.
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