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Monthly Archives: December 2012

DNS Services “Invoice” Is A Scam

You may get this in the mail.  We did today.  Toss it.  Do not fall for it.  It is a scam. It is made to look like an invoice, but we have never heard of this company before today, and obviously we don’t use their services.

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Some Potential Vendor Changes for 2013

In business you’re constantly coming across options that deserve investigating as a more effective or efficient way of providing service or managing business. At this point it looks to me like we’ll be replacing two of our longtime vendors for better alternatives in 2013.

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Analytics Assistance

Next month we’re starting a mailing marketing campaign for our services to help web site owners with analytics.

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Domain Registrars Ain’t Sexy, But…

Most of us don’t think very much about Domain Registrars. It’s where we initially register a domain name, and then we renew the domain registration in the future. Contact with the Registrar is minimal.

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The Thanksgiving Web Traffic Lull

Now this is a generality, of course… Just for reference for those who have not been tracking their web site traffic: for sites that are generally equal in effort in October and November and do not have a seasonal attraction in November or October, we almost always see about a drop in unique visitors to […]

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