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Use of multiple domain names:  Many of the most successful businesses now acquire and maintain several domain names to attract additional online traffic to their main business site.  Therefore, a company like, “CottageGifts” might purchase the domain name “GreenHotGifts" to highlight their line of environmentally-friendly gifts that might otherwise be overlooked by someone searching for such gifts.  Having an additional domain name, such as "GreenHotGifts," does not require the creation of a second website, but may also be used to simply direct internet traffic, that might otherwise be lost, to the owner's main website, where an online visitor would have the opportunity to discover that "CottageGifts" is actually a "green-friendly' store.  The additional name optimizes the likelihood that searches will bring additional business to your main business site, allowing you to also boast that you are, indeed, "Green Hot Gifts!" These  names are "green-friendly," easy to remember, marketable, brandable and may be used alone or in connection with an existing business.








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IT companies go green to come out of the red


KAMRAN SULAIMANI Posted: Nov 24, 2008 at 2305 hrs IST

Vadodara, November 23, 2008:

By projecting themselves as eco-friendly companies they will not only cut cost, but also win over reputed global clients

Shrinking bottom lines, slowdown in outsourcing industry and tough price negotiations by foreign clients are forcing the information technology (IT) companies in Gujarat to look for innovative ways of cutting costs, and simultaneously attracting new clients. To achieve their objective, the companies are now planning to go green by using recyclable, energy efficient and eco-friendly products. This will also help them enhance their reputation as eco-friendly companies.

“It’s a win-win situation for all. It improves the reputation of the company, takes care of the corporate social responsibility and also helps cut costs,” says Nirav Shah, president of Gujarat Electronic and Software Industries Association (GESIA).

Big Companies Go Green to Ensure Business

GE, Wal-Mart Find Environmentalism Is Good for Profits

Sept. 1, 2006


As California moves to limit its greenhouse gas emissions to fight global warming, the state joins an existing corporate movement to embrace environmentalism -- but California's motivation may be different from what is driving some in the business world to go green.


For companies like General Electric, environmentalism is not about fighting global warming or hopping on a trend: It's about the bottom line.

"We can't afford to have hobbies," said Gary Sheffer, executive director of communications with GE. "This is not something we launched to burnish our reputation or to make us feel better. This was about growing our company."

Sales of environmentally friendly products -- from energy-efficient light bulbs to cleaner locomotive engines -- topped $10 billion last year, almost double the year before.

"We are sold out of our solar products, we're sold out of our wind products … and we're pretty much sold out on some of our most efficient aircraft engines," Sheffer said.

Wal-Mart has also discovered the "green" in being green: The retailer is now the number one consumer of organically-grown cotton in the world. The retail giant is also doing brisk sales of organic clothing and food.

"Companies are seeing that increasingly people want more efficient, cleaner products," said Fred Krup, president of Environmental Defense. "The smart companies are looking ahead and seeing there are profits to be made here."

Save the Enviroment, and Save Money

California businesses now worried about the cost they'll incur cutting emissions under Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's global warming bill should know it may end up saving them money.

DuPont cut its emissions and saved $3 billion over the past decade by using cleaner technologies to make chemicals and textiles.

FedEx found a way to save money and ease the strain on the California power grid by running its airport operations in Oakland almost entirely on solar power. The company's director of corporate and international environmental programs said the savings will last decades.

"We will have a clean renewable supply of power at a consistent price, free, from the sun, for 30 years," FedEx director of environmental programs Mitch Jackson said.

And companies are not stopping there, the next step is the greening of corporate offices.

For its new headquarters in New York City, the Hearst Corporation included a waterfall designed to cool the lobby, and the new Bank of America building is being planned so that cafeteria leftovers can be turned into methane for electricity.

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