Posts Tagged ‘tools’



Getting Found in Search Engines: Relevance, Not Just Rank

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Aren’t we all interested in affordable ways we could be doing better in search engines?

From time to time, you probably Google some words that relate to your business to see what results you get. Have you ever been surprised, or somewhat disappointed, if your business does not come up like you were expecting?

Before you throw up your hands, take a moment to identify the root issue. Likely, the solution is simpler and less expensive than you’d think!

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What RSS Can Do For You & Your Business

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Don’t be afraid of RSS. Even if you don’t consider yourself to be the most advanced Web user, you can understand and use RSS to your advantage every day! We promise. (more…)



NEW! Search Added to Help Section

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We are pleased to announce that we have upgraded our Web site’s Help section to serve you better!

We have also expanded our Troubleshooting Index to address 25 questions our clients have asked.

This self-serve knowledge database is available 24 hours-a-day by visiting our Web site at We trust you will continue to find it an efficient time-saving tool.

Do you have any comments or suggestions on our Help section? We’d love to hear from you.



Using the Web for a Greener Business

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Worldwide, companies are taking steps to be more ecologically friendly by reducing waste. But what steps are practical for smaller businesses in the Kitchener-Waterloo area? We’ll show you how using online tools can make a big difference — both for the environment and your bottom line.




‘Is a site down for everyone or just me?’

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If a Web site seems to be unavailable, you may wonder “Is a site down for everyone or just me?” Remember, our hosting clients can check the true availability of their Web sites at any time by viewing the Live Server Status on our Help page. The server status is displayed openly to the public.

But sometimes you may want to check the status of a site that’s not on our server. will end the mystery. Just type the domain name of the site in question, hit enter and you will have your answer.

In either case if a site is unavailable just to you, then you will need to check your setup. The problem could be anything from an internal network issue to a problem at your Internet Service Provider’s end.