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Brain Host is grillin’ up some gator this Independence Day with a special promotion giving new customers 22.5% off their order. This comes just a week after HostGator’s acquisition by EIG for $225 million.
“Now that HostGator has been acquired, Brain Host is one of the last independent web hosting companies left,” said Brain Host President Corey Hammond. “As an independent web host, we can offer consumers personalized care and benefits that the giant corporations can’t.”
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Is an acquisition of popular web host HostGator in the works for web-based company Endurance International (EIG)? According to a letter appearing on pastebin.com, such a move could prove true. In the text, a writer purported to be HostGator founder Brent Oxley confirms the selling of his company in a letter to “Fellow Gators.”
The supposed internal document indicates that the acquisition will occur within “the next 3-4 weeks” and the writer purported to be Oxley discusses the move as a growing opportunity for his company. A portion of it focuses on EIG’s previous acquisition of HostGator competitor Bluehost in 2010.
“When I first heard about EIG purchasing Bluehost in November 2010, I was extremely ecstatic. The first thoughts that came to mind were that EIG was going to destroy the company, resulting in one of our biggest competitors going the way of the dodo. However, rather than plunder and pillage, they’ve hired and flourished,” reads the text.
(Ping! Zine Web Tech MagazineOxley emphasizes that EIG’s acquisition of Hostgator could have the same positive effect for his company. The letter even cites the industry’s top domain registrar. “In fact, I’ve heard that EIG with HostGator will be even bigger than GoDaddy,” the document continued. Go Daddy was previously sold to a private equity firm partnership for $2.25 billion in 2011….More at HostGator to be Acquired by EIG? – Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine