What makes Worldzone Pro different?
It is the community. True there are other hosts with forums, but
not the community. They don't get in there and interact with
their clients like we do. You will find that many never even
visit their own support forums. If they do, you tend to see them
arguing with their own clients. We however, try to work out the
problems causing the disputes rather than argue. While they
think they are better than you because they are the host, we
consider ourselves and our clients as equals. That simple way of
doing things makes a world of difference. There are a lot of
hosts out there. We don't offer the most options, are not the
cheapest, nor the most expensive. We offer what we can at a
reasonable price. Join our community, as you will see where the
|"the support of services offered
by Worldzone Pro is largely based on their expansive forum which
has evolved beyond your regular support forums which many web hosts
tend to use." --- HostingCatalog.com Review
Who Founded this company?
Robert Rice (aka: Webdude) founded Worldzone.net in 1997 as
a free host using the EZ-Edit software after selling his
partnership in a computer store, Storm Computer Connections, in Roosevelt Utah.
What is LLC?
Limited Liability Company. It merely means we are a
legitimate and legal company, but we are not a
Who owns this company?
Certainly not Webdude :-) He sold it to a holding company,
WebHostPlus.com. The key owners of WebHostPlus.com now own
Worldzone. Under the holding company, Webdude is able to
further develop the business. The Worldzone Group, LLC was
formed, and Worldzone Pro was created shortly after as an
alternative pay host to the free hosting available under
Are Moderators Paid?
No, our support forum moderators are members who have donated their time
to help other members with their accounts. Moderators have the
title "Worldzone Support Team" in the forums.
How do I know you will be in business
Umm, check back again tomorrow maybe? Seriously though, we
foresee no reason as to why we won't be around for the long
haul. We have a pretty successful history thus far. Any business
that can run a successful free host for 3 years prior to ever
going into paid hosting has got to be doing something right.
Unlike so many others, our free hosting is still alive and
kicking just fine. 99% of free hosts close their doors within
the first 3 months of operation. 82% of paid hosts never make it
past their first year. We have successfully survived both areas,
and are continually getting better. We will be here tomorrow.
Feel free to check this message tomorrow as well to make sure we
will be here the day after tomorrow :-)
How did you accomplish staying in
business through hard times?
Simple really, honesty and hard work. We have built up a
great community of clients. They are all free to meet and talk
with each other, help each other out, etc. Our forums has become
that great community. It has surpassed it's original intent of
mere support. We keep our clients informed via the forums of all
news, and they interact with us and actually have a say in what
direction we take as a company. Put shortly, we listen to you.