Canadian Web Host is the leading provider of web hosting to the world, but not all Canadians have access to it.
We spoke with Monolith Web Host, a leading provider for Canadian Web hosting, to find out what makes them so popular and why Canadians are so much more likely to sign up for their service than the rest of the world.
What’s the deal with Monolithic Web Host?
Monolith was founded in 2003 as a company that was originally set up to help people save money.
It became a Canadian company in 2007.
They were actually born in the U.K. and grew up in the city of London.
But it was a huge learning curve.
We wanted to bring a more consumer-oriented approach to our web hosting.
We had to go back to the roots of the web and do things that we hadn’t done before.
We’ve done things like create a fully integrated, private hosting solution for the United States, and we were able to get some of the same features.
The company has grown in the last five years, with more than 100 million monthly users and over 300 million total web traffic.
The average Canadian uses more than a quarter of a billion web pages per month.
The majority of those are mobile-friendly.
The top five most popular Canadian sites on Monolith are: Instagram, Netflix, Google, Facebook, and Hulu.
Who are the most popular U.S. sites?
The top U.s. sites on the Monolith web hosting index are Netflix, Hulu, Google and Amazon.
Are there any Canadian sites you use that are a bit different than the U