Interview with Brad Litwin – Marketing Manager of A2Hosting

2012-07-06 21:37 Posted by: Anthony Zhan in Interview, News Go to Comment

About Brad Litwin

Brad Litwin has been the Marketing Manager for A2 Hosting since 2007. Before A2Hosting, he was affiliate manager for  Inuvo, Inc.

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hi Brad, Can you give us an introduction on the history of A2 Hosting?

A2Hosting is a Linux Hosting company that was launched back in 2003.

Ok, what are your target markets?

Our service definitely caters to developers. We are not a generic, budget host.

So, what makes A2 Hosting unique?

You'll always find server support for the best, most stable open source developer tools at A2 Hosting. We do not nickel and dime our customers. Our Web Hosting packages are all inclusive with very cool features like our CloudFlare CDN, CloudLinux OS and Server Rewind back up solution.

Can you tell us something about your data center and web servers?

Our datacenter is located in Southeast Michigan. At A2 Hosting, we exclusively own each and every one of our web servers. Rest assured that our engineers are the only ones who have access to your server. We provide all maintenance and updates on our servers. Just like our 24/7/365 support, we never outsource. When you choose A2 Hosting, you can be confident that your crucial files and data are securely hosted on our ultra-reliable servers.

What kinds of support does A2 Hosting provide to their customers?

We offer 24/7/365 Guru Crew support via our ticket system, phone and live chat. We also have a wiki, knowledgebase and community site for our customers.

What factors contribute to the success of A2hosting so far?

We were one of the first hosts to offer PHP 5 and we continue to cater to the developer crowd. We stay on top of the trends. We also realize that reliability is key for our customers, so we have our 99.9% uptime guarantee.

What web hosting trends do you see the in the upcoming few years, and what will A2 hosting do to adapt to them?

We see the industry definitely moving toward Cloud Hosting and away from traditional Shared Hosting. I can't say too much about how we plan on adapting, but I think our view on this trend can clue you in on where we'll be in a few years.

What do else do you want our readers know about A2 Hosting?

We care a lot about our customers and realize that back and forth communication regarding their feedback is important for perpetually improving our services.

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