WestHost Announces New Partnership with GroSocial

June 7, 2012

WestHost clients boost social media profile with GroSocial

Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) June 07, 2012

WestHost, an affordable web hosting company that offers premium hosting solutions backed by their world-class support, has recently taken a more aggressive approach to boost their social media presence through Facebook, Twitter, Blogs, and other popular sharing sites. In addition to advancing their own social media strategy, WestHost has taken an interest in encouraging their clients to do the same. To supplement this effort, WestHost recently teamed up with GroSocial, an innovative social media marketing company, to take advantage of their popular social media marketing software platform.

GroSocial´s platform was developed specifically for SMBs and corporate brands to enhance their presence on key social networks such as Facebook and Twitter. GroSocial´s platform includes an easy to use, drag-and-drop fan page editor designed specifically for Facebook that features powerful widgets, design tools, and in-depth analytics.

“GroSocial is thrilled to be teaming up with WestHost to help WestHost clients increase their sales by effectively marketing their businesses on Facebook. Social media marketing is not only a popular way of finding new customers, but it’s extremely effective as well. We’re excited to help WestHost customers by providing them with the tools and resources they need to cost-effectively grow their businesses via social media,” said, Zach Mangum, CEO.

WestHost provides a plethora of benefits and unique features to their clients which include; 24/7 unlimited support, free domain, Google & Yahoo search engine credits, and free website builder to name a few. As a benefit to their newly formed partnership with GroSocial, all WestHost clients can enjoy a 50% discount on the Customizer platform while non-clients can temporarily enjoy a 35% discount through the WestHost Facebook page.

“As social media continues to evolve it is becoming more and more important for businesses to find creative ways to appeal to the right audience. As a web hosting provider we want our clients to be successful in reaching their own business goals. Forming a partnership with GroSocial is just one more way we strive to go above and beyond what our clients expect,” said, Dave Anderson, Marketing Director, WestHost.

Web hosting and social media form a symbiotic-like relationship that help SMBs to grow their business by building brand awareness, broadening their reach, and increasing revenue potential. There are currently over 900 million Facebook users world-wide and it´s estimated that nearly 40% log-in on a daily basis. Social media marketing software like GroSocial´s platform is becoming a staple of SMBs looking to enhance their online presence and to help promote more effective dialogue between businesses and potential customers.


GroSocial develops social media marketing software that helps small and medium-sized businesses find new customers through popular social networking websites including Facebook and Twitter. The company’s core product is a drag-and-drop Facebook page builder that helps businesses create and publish contests, promotions, sweepstakes, coupons, and other visual content to their business-centric Facebook pages. For more information, visit http://grosocial.com.


WestHost has had a singular goal since its inception in 1998: provide the most powerful, secure Web hosting environment for clients around the world at an affordable price. As a subsidiary of the UK2 Group, a significant player in the European and U.S. Web hosting markets, WestHost provides domain name registration and website hosting services to global customers. Having garnered various industry awards, WestHost is committed to providing reliable, cutting-edge products and services at a great value, underpinned with superior client support. For more information about WestHost, visit http://www.westhost.com

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