Archive for March, 2013


The importance of Google+ for your business

March 30th, 2013

Tweet Like a lot of people, I got my personal Google+ account when it first launched and was by invite only. I immediately added to my circles a handful of my friends who were also excited about trying this new social media outlet. However, the initial buzz soon faded, and I stopped logging in as […]

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Talking about Top Level Domains (TLDs)

March 28th, 2013

Tweet When you’re registering a domain for a new website, the first thought that most likely pops into your head is “I need to get a .com!” However, despite .com domains being the number one domain extension around the world, there are several other different top level domain (TLD) extensions aside from .com websites that […]

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Meet Jack and Eric: two young and inspiring FatCow customers!

March 25th, 2013

Tweet Introducing Jack and Eric! These boys prove that no matter how old you are, everybody’s capable of making a difference. Over the past five years, the brothers have raised a total of $4,518 for a variety of charities. And with their new FatCow website, Dedham Pirates, they’re ready to take things to the next […]

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Transferring a Domain Shouldn’t be Painful

March 21st, 2013

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How to get the most out of Social Media for your Business

March 19th, 2013

Tweet Many businesses are hesitant to create a Facebook page or Twitter account because they feel it’s going to be very time intensive with very little measurable return on investment. Those might have been good arguments 2 or 3 years ago, but now a business without a social media presence is viewed by customers as […]

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Going Mobile with goMobi

March 13th, 2013

Tweet In today’s online world, an ever-increasing number of people are using smart phones and tablet devices to access the web. Some of the challenges faced when visiting a standard website using a mobile device include small, hard-to-read text, difficult navigation between pages, and media (such as photo galleries and Flash video) that won’t work […]

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