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Dec 7, 2009
Cause marketing and going green is triple H-O-T in the business world. Rightfully so, as nowadays determining a business’s level of corporate responsibility has become a staple in the consumer buying process. Companies can hardly ‘fake’ green anymore due to the amount of consumer skepticism and the watchful eye of competitors. (more…) Read More
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Nov 24, 2009
Now that Microsoft and Yahoo are joining forces in search (Microhoo?), this three-way comparison may no longer be needed. Google still dominates the market: as of last summer, Yahoo and Microsoft had a combined U.S. query market share of 28 percent while Google stood at 65 percent, according to ComScore. However, the Yahoo/Microsoft deal is likely to mean that Microsoft will incorporate Yahoo's search technology while using Microsoft's AdCenter and the Bing search engine to power both sites. Should be interesting. Since Bing’s official launch… Read More
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Nov 23, 2009
It’s finally happened: social media has risen to the top of our everyday terminology. The New Oxford American Dictionary just announced “unfriend” as its 2009 Word of the Year. That’s right: unfriend (verb) "To remove someone as a 'friend' on a social networking site such as Facebook." Other Internet/technology words considered this year include hashtag, netbook and paywall, as well as Twitt, Tweeple and other common Twitter terms. Check out the full list here. (more…) Read More
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Nov 19, 2009
Our own Ryan Elledge (Chief Operations Officer) was a featured speaker at ITEC-Kansas City recently. And he had a lot to say about managed hosting for small businesses: saving time and tapping expertise as hosting becomes more and more complex. Is it right for your company? Ryan offers a few suggestions below in this 3-part video – plus his PowerPoint presentation. It's all here in "What You Need to Know About Small Business Server Solution". Let us know what you think. What You Need to… Read More
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Nov 16, 2009
Last time, we took a quick tour through several new search engines, each departing from the usual search algorithms with a focus on decision-making, categorization, calculations and/or images. As a small- or medium-sized business owner, it’s important for you to know how each actually organizes and displays results for your site. To illustrate this, we need a topic that’s very distinctive – and current. Something like…”cluster ballooning.” (more…) Read More
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Nov 10, 2009
Just announced today, Codero is now one of the few exclusive launch partners for Parallels Small Business Panel 10 – our newest control panel. Codero is also the first industry provider to integrate this amazing interface with a managed hosting plan: "Now available for small- to medium-sized businesses, Parallels Small Business Panel 10 is a simple, powerful addition to a growing lineup of control panel solutions – with built-in features to streamline day-to-day hosting operations for SMBs. Parallels Small Business Panel 10 is available with… Read More
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Nov 9, 2009
What happens if you enter “search” into your favorite search engine? Go ahead, try it. In Google, the top result is likely to be DogPile or AltaVista and various paid listings for free people search. In Yahoo, it’s Yahoo! Search. And in Ask.com, it’s Ask, followed by People Search and Free Public Records. Clearly, Google is still the undisputed king of search – and rightly so, with its innovative algorithms and diverse array of tools and analytics. But there are some new kids on the… Read More
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Nov 5, 2009
How does cloud computing stack up against dedicated or managed hosting? Codero's CEO, Phil Spencer, believes it all comes down to developing right solutions at the right time for growing online businesses - cloud or not. His thoughts at an investors conference last month at The University Club in New York. What's your opinion? Will cloud computing take the industry by storm, or is it just another passing fad? Read More