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  • Can I transfer my existing Web site to GreenNet with little or no down time?

    • We can help you transfer your site to GreenNet. Consultants are available at additional cost of $ 70/hr. to assist you. In theory it should not be any down time if done properly with at least a week's notice. However, GreenNet does not guarantee the transfer of your Web site to be interruption free.

  • Will GreenNet help me register a domain name for my Web site?

    •  Yes. GreenNet will be able to assist you in the domain name registration process or we can do it for you for a one time fee of $ 50.-

  • How can I expand storage space on my Web site?

    •  GreenNet offers several webhosting plans with different levels of storage, so if your business needs have changed we can either upgrade or downgrade your package, or customized according to your needs.

  • Can GreenNet help me drive traffic to my Web site?

    • Yes. Your Web site can be optimized for the top Web search engines. go to our web promotion page for more information.

  • How can I measure the effectiveness of my Web site?

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  • How can GreenNet help my business design a Web site?

    • Sure!!, You can count on one of our website designers. This creative designer will build an initial site in a very short period of time. see our rates at our design page

  • What is a domain name?

    • Is the unique name that identifies an Internet site, your domain name is the core of your Internet identity. It is how you represent yourself and your company to the Internet world. Domain names are issued by the National Science Foundation (NSF), and they come with different extensions based on whether the domain belongs to a commerical enterprise (.com or .net), an educational establishment (.edu), a government body (.gov), the military (.mil), or a nonprofit organization (.org). Some domains use a geographical notation too (such as town.west-newbury.ma.us).