Daw Web Hosting Blog says that North Americna and European consumers do
not shape the market trends on search terms like "web hosting",
"website hosting", "business hosting", "vps hosting", "virtual private
servers", "dedicated hosting" and "managed hosting". The Daw owner
dimitar Avramov explains that the data he analyzed provides a basis for
the projection that the "center of web hosting industry is about to
move from North America to Asia".
According to Daw blog the consumer interest of search phrase "web
hosting" is shrinking since 2004. This year it is in its lowest level
for the last 5 years. The blog quotes data obtained from "Google
Trends" and says that the consumer interest of web hosting services in
United States is relatively strong only in three major cities - San
Francisco, Seattle, Atlanta.
United States aren’t among top 10 countries where people are
interested of web hosting services. The world regions (countries) where
consumers are actively searching for “Web Hosting” are:
Pakistan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, India, Singapore, Hong
Kong, New Zealand, Australia, and Romania.
"If this data can be used as a basis of a projection of the development
of the hosting market especially in its "Shared Hosting" segment, we
can say that web hosting is no longer North American or European
market" explaines Daw blog. Its also says that one of the possible
reasons for this is that North American market is a mature one,
compared to the one in Asian continent. Most consumers of personal or
small-business web hosting services have also developed their websites
and most of them don’t need entry level website services.
The author Dimitar Avramov says that the Asia’s growing influence
on global economy has significant impact on the web markets and the the
variegated continent would become the Web’s new engine.The full version of article "Web Hosting, Now Asian" can be found >>>>