Archive for the ‘General Moosings’ Category

 

Are your customers satisfied?

May 11th, 2010

Tweet The number of satisfied customers purchasing through e-retailers has reached an all-time high according to a study from Foresee Results. The study was completed on the top 100 e-retail websites as reported by Internet Retailer. The study showed that, on average, the overall satisfaction increased by 5 points on a 100 point scale receiving […]

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Data Center Efficiency

April 30th, 2010

Tweet Between the recent Greenpeace report on the state of cloud computing and recent adoption of data center efficiency metrics developed by The Green Grid, a data center regulation and efficiency organization, the world is beginning to take serious notice of the energy costs of computing. With the increase in web activity and the growing […]

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Bit.ly and Twitter — The Popularity Of Link Sharing

April 27th, 2010

Tweet During Twitter’s first official conference, Chirp, the CEO of the social network revealed it was creating its own link shortener and dumping the bit.ly shortener it had made so popular. The CEO of bit.ly, John Borthwick, wasn’t too concerned. Bit.ly Not Official, But Still a Favorite Even prior to the network promoting the use […]

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Promotions gone wrong

April 21st, 2010

Tweet Web hosting is a constantly expanding industry, with millions of new users requiring additional services, which in turn require new servers to handle the load of hosting web pages. Web hosting and cloud computing have driven an intense amount of competition between producers, which leads to a number of rather creative marketing approaches intended […]

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Text 2.0

April 20th, 2010

Tweet In the thousands of years since humanity developed writing, we’ve come up with countless variations on its production, storage and transmission. People have written in pictures, words and ideograms, on paper, stone, clay and papyrus, and shared their words through books, telegraphs and now the Internet. But the act of reading has remained essentially […]

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Password security

April 19th, 2010

Tweet When you consider the amount of information that’s now accessible online and how connected everything and everyone is, security is a huge concern. In many instances, if someone were to gain access to a useless Social Network you tried once, they can use that information to gain access to everything including your email and […]

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Tips for Effective Email Marketing

April 16th, 2010

Tweet Email marketing can be an extremely effective tool, particularly if you already have a list of targeted recipients interested in the information and products you have to offer. Unfortunately, a lot of spammers use this same method, so it’s imperative to be smart and get this type of correspondence right from the start. Here […]

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A brief guide to proper twitter etiquette

April 15th, 2010

Tweet Twitter is a great service for both individuals and businesses, but both need to learn to use proper Twitter etiquette. Like any community, Twitter has certain unspoken rules which members follow. Thanks to spammers, identity thieves, and other unsavory types, Twitter users are becoming more cautious and more willing to stop following Twitter users […]

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Welcome to the Moo’s News!

April 15th, 2009

Tweet Hello everyone and welcome to the first post of the Moo’s News – The official blog of FatCow Web hosting. First let me introduce myself,  my name is Eric Rayleonard and my goal in life is to make your experience at FatCow the best it can possibly be. This blog is designed to keep […]

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