Greatresponder.com on Nov 10, 2012: The Indonesia’s leading web hosting provider and domain registration company, Jakarta Web Hosting, recently launched the .asia domain registration service, giving entrepreneurs and businesses the pioneer opportunity for e-commerce over Asia.
With its more stable economic growth, Asia now has become a giant economic force. Covering from Japan to Turkey and home for more than 60% of the world population, the Asia-Pacific economy must be taken seriously. It offers enormous business opportunities, particularly in e-commerce and digital market. The launch of .Asia domain will help entrepreneurs and businesses to improve their visibility in Asia, also allow the internet society to make the most of the rising Asia digital market. Jakarta Web Hosting believe that this is a premium break for entrepreneurs and businesses to get on the fast track for attracting the world’s largest and fastest-growing market.
The .Asia domain registration is open for all legal entities, including people, companies, non-profits, political parties, branch offices, charities and so on within the Pan-Asia and Asia-Pacific region including Australia. It is highly-recommended for businesses that operate in Asia-Pacific regions to secure .Asia domain name and reap the benefits.
Jakarta Web Hosting also offers cutting-edge technology and server level components. Both Linux based hosting and Windows based hosting solutions are available which maintain a high-level of performance with nearly 100% up time. With the flexibility to upgrade, its web hosting solutions cater for brochure websites, larger interactive websites and complex online stores.
Jakarta Web Hosting wants to start a new leading edge on Asia’s world-wide web and become the bridge of businesses in the regions rapid economic growth.
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