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Platform Reporting Enhancements

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An early Happy New Year from all of us here at SEO Gears! Exciting news….starting in January we’re going to be expanding your SEOGears keyword ranking dashboard to include the past 3 months of results so you can better monitor the success of your SEO campaign. Also, we will no longer be emailing the .PDF version of the ranking reports since all of your SEO campaign data is in the SEOGears portal (rankings, status of your campaign, a list of the tasks we’re working on for you, and your Marketing Manager contact information). Visit your dashboard by clicking the link below to find out more information. Click here to log into your SEOgears account to view graphs just like the one below along with a lot of other valuable information about your marketing campaign.  The New Year is an exciting time for us as we enhance our marketing platform and work to provide you with more information and services than ever before via SEO Gears. We look forward to our continued relationship as we work towards helping you, Grow Your Business Online! Sincerely, SEO Gears Staff  

Webinar: DIY SEO Tools

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We just wrapped up the first webinar for our DIY customers! If you missed it and want to check it out here is the link to the recording: https://seowebinars.webex.com/seowebinars/lsr.php?AT=pb&SP=EC&rID=6160002&rKey=5be13a3d6305f46a   You can Download or Watch the webinar from the link above!

Google Adwords - Get Instant, Qualified Traffic to Your Site

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With Google Adwords, you pay Google to be listed along the right hand side of their search results and sometimes along the top of the results in the faint yellow “Ads” section of the Google results. In order to be listed in these results, you bid against your competitors and pay Google a varying amount each time someone clicks on one of your advertisements (as opposed to Organic SEO, where you do not pay for any of the clicks on your site). This amount is based on how much your competitors are currently paying to be listed and can vary from $0.10 - $150 per click based on your industry, though most businesses are able to purchase clicks for only $3-$6 per click. You can view a quick synopsis of Google Adwords below     In order to help you get started with Adwords, most of the hosting companies we've partnered with provide you with a free $100 credit to use on Google Adwords directly inside of your control panel. This credit is good only for new Google Adwords accounts, so if you've used Adwords in the past, you’ll want to make sure you create a new account to use the credit. Once you have created your Adwords account you’ll want to select the right keyword phrases for your campaign with the help of the tools Google provides you. We recommend running multiple Ad Groups within your campaign for different aspects of your business. Each Ad group will allow you to run various advertisements. We recommend between 2-3 different versions of each ad for the best results. This will allow you to monitor which advertisements are doing the best, and cycle your ad copy to ensure that you are getting the very best click through rate at the lowest cost possible. On average expect to spend between 1-2 hours per week managing your Adwords campaign doing things such as rotating advertisements, checking quality scores, adding negative keywords, and tracking conversion rates from each keyword phrase. With the help and training provided by Google’s team, Adwords takes minutes to learn and years to master. Many of our most successful clients run Adwords simultaneously with their Organic SEO campaign. This allows them to get immediate traffic through Adwords while we work on their Organic ranking to get Free traffic. Once they have earned strong Organic rankings, they then scale back the Adwords campaign accordingly. While we do not offer training on Google Adwords, we can run your Adwords campaign for you for a small maintenance fee and offer discounts if you already have an Organic SEO campaign running. This helps ensure that you are playing the lowest amount possible per click in order to get the most out of your marketing dollar. Feel free to give me a call if you have questions about our managed Adwords campaigns or would like me to get one setup for you.

Advantages of Blogging for Small Businesses

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Many people have heard the term “blog” thrown around but are not exactly sure what a blog is. A blog is simply a website where the owner writes articles, opinions, information, etc on a regular basis. In fact, if you’ve taken advantage of our free starter website, you’re already on a blogging platform called Wordpress! There are a variety of blogging programs available, as well as third party sites to host a blog on. We recommend installing Wordpress on your account for a few reasons. Most hosting companies we work with have an easy to use 1 Click Wordpress installation that takes care of all the setup and technicalities. Google knows how to easily read Wordpress and the easier you make a task for Google, the better you should rank. It’s fairly easy to learn the basics of Wordpress, and if you are struggling many of the hosting companies we partner with offer walkthroughs of the program. Wordpress has a growing community of users, making it easy to find a local designer if you need extra help on your blog. It's Free! Adding content to your blog is considered “blogging” and each piece that you write on the blog is considered a “post”. The most recent post will always be at the top of your blog and each time you add a new post the old posts will be pushed down the page. This is a big reason that blogs have become so popular; it’s very easy for a visitor to view the most up to date information about your business by glancing at the first few posts. Blogs have a slightly different feel to them, and allow for a much more casual form of writing. Where as with your professional site you want to keep your messaging as professional as possible, you can be more relaxed with blog posts. Think of your website as making a presentation to a group of business professionals, and a blog as sitting down for coffee with a perspective new client.  Since the purpose of a blog is to always show the most recent information about your business, it’s important that you make sure to post on the blog at least once every week or two. This will not only keep your customer’s coming back to the site frequently to read your latest posts, but it will also encourage Google to visit the site more often. The more often Google visits your site the quicker it will see changes and affect your ranking. Trying to write a post every week or two may seem like a daunting task at first, but there are a variety of things that you can add to a blog. Create posts that talk about new features of your business (Are you a bakery that just got a new oven, a plumber that just added a new vehicle to the fleet, etc…) Write about changes that are occurring in your industry and your opinions on these changes Offer helpful tips and how to’s Feature one of your products and go over it’s features Cover customer success stories Lastly, and perhaps most importantly having a blog on your site allows you to easily create lots of content on your site. Google likes to see updates to a site and they really like content / information. Adding more posts to your blog in conjunction with your SEO campaign will help you start to pull up under new keyword phrases which will drive even more traffic to your site, helping you get even more for your marketing dollar with minimal effort on your part. If you've started a blog for your business, or have any tips for other small business owners let us know in the comments below.

Email Marketing 101

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Regardless of if you are a local or web based business, it’s incredibly important to keep in touch with current and past customers. Some people do this through Social Media such as Twitter and Facebook, but this can be time consuming for a busy business owner. I cover how to connect with your customer’s through Social Media channels in more detail in my "Plus 1’s and Tweets and Likes Oh My!" post. Email marketing has gotten a negative connotation in some circles due to some companies purchasing lists of email addresses and then sending lots of junk email or spam to them. Other companies will send emails every few days with little to no value which can be frustrating for their customers. The best practice for email marketing is to collect email addresses only from your own customers, as they are most likely to read the emails you send them due to recognizing your name. You can collect these email address by asking customers to sign up for your mailing list on your site, in your place of business, or when they make a purchase from your site. Be sure to let your customers know that you respect their privacy and will not sell / distribute their address, or spam them into oblivion. If you plan on offering deals and discounts via email, make sure you tell your customers this in order to entice them to give you their email address. A great way to keep in touch with your customers is through monthly newsletters. Depending on your business model, what you’ll include your newsletters will vary. I've listed a few ideas below to get you started: Provide helpful information and tips to your customers Inform your customer’s about new products or services that you've recently started offering Keep customer’s up to date with changes in the industry Cover success stories from your customers Interview a customer or industry expert to provide unique insight into a certain aspect of your business Have one of your employees write a “guest” newsletter where they cover a topic they are an expert in Another great use of email marketing is to advertise special promotions within your company. Be sure to send these emails a bit more sparingly as they can be viewed as spam from customers if sent to often and they’ll ask to unsubscribe. To accurately monitor the effect that your promotional emails are having, offer your recipients an email only deal where they have to mention the email, or a code from the email to receive a discount. You can also create a special page just for your email offer and direct recipients of the email to that page to take advantage of your offer. Many email marketing companies have tracking integrated into their systems that let you see how many people read your email or clicked on a link in your email, which can provide loads of valuable data. There are numerous companies out there that allow you to send mass emails to a mailing list and track your results, and the majority of them offer similar features. Most of the hosting companies that we work with have partnered with a company called Email Brain and they provide a free 30 day trail directly through your hosting companies control panel. This is a great way to try out the service and make sure it’s right for your business. In order to take advantage of this offer, log into your Control Panel and look for the “Email Brain” icon in the “Marketing Services” section of the Control Panel. Let us know if you've ran a highly successful email marketing campaign, or have found another service such as Email Brain that has worked well for you.

Hosting services managed by a new version of the Control Panel

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We are proud to announce the launch of a new version of our Control Panel. With our new version we aim to simplify the user interface, functionality and a better client experience. All new clients starting August 31st, 2012 are directly introduced to the new version of the Control Panel, while the already existing ones are having the option to login in the new or the standard old panel.

How CloudFlare increases speed and security of your site

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This is a guest post written and contributed by CloudFlare. CloudFlare makes it easy for any site to be as fast and secure as the Internet giants. CloudFlare, a web performance and security company, is excited to announce our partnership with Host Nation!  If you haven’t heard about CloudFlare before, our value proposition is simple: we’ll make any website twice as fast and protect it from a broad range of web threats. Today, hundreds of thousands of websites—ranging from individual blogs to e-commerce sites to the websites of Fortune 500 companies to national governments—use CloudFlare to make their sites faster and more secure. We power more than 40 billion monthly page views—more than Amazon.com, Wikipedia, Twitter, Zynga, AOL, Apple and Bing combined—and over 25% of the Internet’s population regularly passes through our network. Faster web performance CloudFlare is designed to take a great hosting platform like Hosting Nation and make it even better. We run 17 data centers  strategically located around the world. When you sign up for CloudFlare, we begin routing your traffic to the nearest data center.   As your traffic passes through the data centers, we intelligently determine what parts of your website are static versus dynamic.  The static portions are cached on our servers for a short period of time, typically less than 2 hours before we check to see if they’ve been updated.  By automatically moving the static parts of your site closer to your visitors, the overall performance of your site improves significantly. CloudFlare’s intelligent caching system also means you save bandwidth, which means saving money, and decreases the load on your servers, which means your web application will run faster and more efficiently than ever. On average, CloudFlare customers see a 60% decrease in bandwidth usage, and a 65% in total requests to their servers.  The overall effect is that CloudFlare will typically cut the load time for pages on your site by 50% which means higher engagement and happier visitors. Broad web security Over the course of 2011, CloudFlare identified a 700% increase in the number of distributed denial of service attacks  (DDoS) we track on the Internet (see the chart below). As attacks like these increase, CloudFlare is stepping up to protect sites.   CloudFlare’s security protections offer a broad range of protections  against attacks such as DDoS, hacking or spam submitted to a blog or comment form. What is powerful about our approach is that the system gets smarter the more sites that are part of the CloudFlare community. We analyze the traffic patterns of hundreds of millions of visitors in real time and adapt the security systems to ensure good traffic gets through and bad traffic is stopped. In time, our goal is nothing short of making attacks against websites a relic of history. And, given our scale and the billions of different attacks we see and adapt to every year, we’re well on our way to achieving that for sites on the CloudFlare network. Signing up Any website can deploy CloudFlare, regardless of your underlying platform.  By integrating closely with Hosting Nation, we make the process of setting up CloudFlare “1 click easy” through your existing Hosting Nation cPanel dashboard.  Just look for the CloudFlare icon, choose the domain you want to enable, and click the orange cloud. That’s it! We’ve kept the price as low as possible and plans offered through Hosting Nation are free.  Moreover, we never charge you for bandwidth or storage, therefore saving you tons via reduced bandwidth costs. For site owners who would like to take advantage of CloudFlare’s advanced offerings, we also offer a ‘Pro’ tier of service for $20/month. The ‘Pro’ tier includes all of the ‘Free’ tier’s offerings, as well as extra features like SSL, full web application firewall and faster analytics. We’re proud that every day more than a thousand new sites, including some of the largest on the web, join the CloudFlare community. If you’re looking for a faster, safer website, you’ve got a good start with Hosting Nation, but the next step is to join the CloudFlare community.

How CloudFlare increases speed and security of your site

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This is a guest post written and contributed by CloudFlare. CloudFlare makes it easy for any site to be as fast and secure as the Internet giants. CloudFlare, a web performance and security company, is excited to announce our partnership with Host Nation!  If you haven’t heard about CloudFlare before, our value proposition is simple: we’ll make any website twice as fast and protect it from a broad range of web threats. Today, hundreds of thousands of websites—ranging from individual blogs to e-commerce sites to the websites of Fortune 500 companies to national governments—use CloudFlare to make their sites faster and more secure. We power more than 40 billion monthly page views—more than Amazon.com, Wikipedia, Twitter, Zynga, AOL, Apple and Bing combined—and over 25% of the Internet’s population regularly passes through our network. Faster web performance CloudFlare is designed to take a great hosting platform like Hosting Nation and make it even better. We run 17 data centers  strategically located around the world. When you sign up for CloudFlare, we begin routing your traffic to the nearest data center.   As your traffic passes through the data centers, we intelligently determine what parts of your website are static versus dynamic.  The static portions are cached on our servers for a short period of time, typically less than 2 hours before we check to see if they’ve been updated.  By automatically moving the static parts of your site closer to your visitors, the overall performance of your site improves significantly. CloudFlare’s intelligent caching system also means you save bandwidth, which means saving money, and decreases the load on your servers, which means your web application will run faster and more efficiently than ever. On average, CloudFlare customers see a 60% decrease in bandwidth usage, and a 65% in total requests to their servers.  The overall effect is that CloudFlare will typically cut the load time for pages on your site by 50% which means higher engagement and happier visitors. Broad web security Over the course of 2011, CloudFlare identified a 700% increase in the number of distributed denial of service attacks  (DDoS) we track on the Internet (see the chart below). As attacks like these increase, CloudFlare is stepping up to protect sites.   CloudFlare’s security protections offer a broad range of protections  against attacks such as DDoS, hacking or spam submitted to a blog or comment form. What is powerful about our approach is that the system gets smarter the more sites that are part of the CloudFlare community. We analyze the traffic patterns of hundreds of millions of visitors in real time and adapt the security systems to ensure good traffic gets through and bad traffic is stopped. In time, our goal is nothing short of making attacks against websites a relic of history. And, given our scale and the billions of different attacks we see and adapt to every year, we’re well on our way to achieving that for sites on the CloudFlare network. Signing up Any website can deploy CloudFlare, regardless of your underlying platform.  By integrating closely with Hosting Nation, we make the process of setting up CloudFlare “1 click easy” through your existing Hosting Nation cPanel dashboard.  Just look for the CloudFlare icon, choose the domain you want to enable, and click the orange cloud. That’s it! We’ve kept the price as low as possible and plans offered through Hosting Nation are free.  Moreover, we never charge you for bandwidth or storage, therefore saving you tons via reduced bandwidth costs. For site owners who would like to take advantage of CloudFlare’s advanced offerings, we also offer a ‘Pro’ tier of service for $20/month. The ‘Pro’ tier includes all of the ‘Free’ tier’s offerings, as well as extra features like SSL, full web application firewall and faster analytics. We’re proud that every day more than a thousand new sites, including some of the largest on the web, join the CloudFlare community. If you’re looking for a faster, safer website, you’ve got a good start with Hosting Nation, but the next step is to join the CloudFlare community.

‘Why Every Social Media Manager Should Be Under 25′ Is NOT the Way to Go!

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A few days ago, a young woman by the name of Cathryn Sloan created a bit of controversy with her post on NextGen Journal entitled, “Why Every Social Media Manager Should Be Under 25.” In her post, Cathryn points out the she and her peers were in high school when Facebook and Twitter became hugely popular, which allowed them to grasp an understanding of how these networks operated. The truth is that I am not much older than Cathryn at 30.  In fact, we’re both Gen Ys.  However, we greatly disagree on who is best suited to manage social media. We were around long enough to see how life worked without it but had it thrown upon us at an age where the ways to make the best/correct use of it came most naturally to us. No one else will ever be able to have as clear an understanding of these services, no matter how much they may think they do. Oh really Cathryn?  While many young Gen Y’s are super-users of sites like LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter, the fact is that it is not normally 40-somethings that post pictures of themselves dancing on tables with margaritas in their hands as profile pictures when they claim they are on social media for business purposes. Knowing how to use a tool and understanding how to “strategically” leverage that tool are two different things.  Managing social media is not strictly about knowing what buttons to push or even how to engage other users.  It also includes understanding how to respond to trolls, upset employees/customers and crisis control.  Those are skills developed through experience; something most 25 year olds lack.  At 25, most of us were smart, but not nearly as smart as we thought that we were. You might ask yourself, “What do I have to lose by hiring a young 20-something?”  Great question.  Just ask Red Cross’ Gloria Huang who in 2011 accidentally tweeted, “Ryan found two more 4 bottle packs of Dogfish Head’s Midas Touch beer…. when we drink we do it right #gettingslizzerd.”  Luckily, Red Cross quickly discovered the error and issued a humorous apology. For another perspective, check out Augie Ray of SocialMediaToday’s post, “A Response to: ‘Why Every Social Media Manager Should Be Under 25′” The rules of engagement online are exactly the same as offline.  Users build relationships on social networks the same way that they would in the real world–over time and with follow-up; by caring about contacts; by sharing information and adding value. At the end of the day, being a young twenty-something should not exclude anyone from the opportunity to manage social media.  However, it is only fair to point out that a 25 year old will have limited real world experience, much less than a Gen X (whose generation INVENTED social media) or even a Baby Boomer. The post ‘Why Every Social Media Manager Should Be Under 25′ Is NOT the Way to Go! appeared first on Crystal Washington.

Shared Resource Management through CloudLinux

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Last year we mentioned that we were looking at installing CloudLinux across our fleet of shared hosting servers.  We have finally completed that task. So what is CloudLinux, why is Hosting Nation excited about it and what does it mean to our customers? In a typical shared webhosting server environment, when a user is abusing the server it affects the rest of the users on that server. There are a few limitations that can be put on a hosting account such as disk quotas and PHP memory limits, but they don’t help when there’s a runaway script or huge database queries. CloudLinux will! CloudLinux is a commercially supported, RedHat based operating system that is designed for shared hosting environments. CloudLinux creates a lightweight virtual environment (LVE) for each individual account on a shared server and allows us to limit the amount of resources any single account can use. No more can someone take over the whole CPU on a server causing problems for other users and more support calls for us. When a website uses more of its CPU allotment, it slows down without affecting the other users.  When a hosting account’s limit on entry processes (web requests) website visitors will experience an error message “503 Service Unavailable”, indicating that the account has exceeded its resource allocation. When the website falls back beneath its limit, the site will resume function. Memory limits are also in place, that unlike PHP limits, cover all processes run by that user.  In the future will introduce IO limits, MySQL limits and limit defined by hosting package as these technologies become stable. As an end user, you also benefit from the lower server load and fewer interruptions of service. You also get a nifty little display in your cPanel  which shows useful stats for your account. Customers can determine their website resource status through monitoring of their cPanel logs. Under the “Logs” heading inside cPanel, you will find a “Resource Usage” icon. Clicking on this icon and reviewing the percentages of each resource used will give clear indication whether the website is abusing resources. But wait! CloudLinux does more! Using features called Cagefs and Securelinks, server security is beefed up with measures to prevent hacked accounts from accessing you account. A user can now only see the files in their hosting account guarding against some of the tricks hackers use to gain information about other users. So do you need to be worried about hitting resource limits? Probably not. Any legitimate site will run just fine. The small set of users that this might affect are the users that were causing the resource usage problems before. Any customer experiencing a “503 Service Unavailable” error or concerned about the numbers in their cPanel  should contact Hosting Nation support to analyze the usage and  review if the website has been hacked or requires an upgrade path.  

Shared Resource Management through CloudLinux

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Last year we mentioned that we were looking at installing CloudLinux across our fleet of shared hosting servers.  We have finally completed that task. So what is CloudLinux, why is Hosting Nation excited about it and what does it mean to our customers? In a typical shared webhosting server environment, when a user is abusing the server it affects the rest of the users on that server. There are a few limitations that can be put on a hosting account such as disk quotas and PHP memory limits, but they don’t help when there’s a runaway script or huge database queries. CloudLinux will! CloudLinux is a commercially supported, RedHat based operating system that is designed for shared hosting environments. CloudLinux creates a lightweight virtual environment (LVE) for each individual account on a shared server and allows us to limit the amount of resources any single account can use. No more can someone take over the whole CPU on a server causing problems for other users and more support calls for us. When a website uses more of its CPU allotment, it slows down without affecting the other users.  When a hosting account’s limit on entry processes (web requests) website visitors will experience an error message “503 Service Unavailable”, indicating that the account has exceeded its resource allocation. When the website falls back beneath its limit, the site will resume function. Memory limits are also in place, that unlike PHP limits, cover all processes run by that user.  In the future will introduce IO limits, MySQL limits and limit defined by hosting package as these technologies become stable. As an end user, you also benefit from the lower server load and fewer interruptions of service. You also get a nifty little display in your cPanel  which shows useful stats for your account. Customers can determine their website resource status through monitoring of their cPanel logs. Under the “Logs” heading inside cPanel, you will find a “Resource Usage” icon. Clicking on this icon and reviewing the percentages of each resource used will give clear indication whether the website is abusing resources. But wait! CloudLinux does more! Using features called Cagefs and Securelinks, server security is beefed up with measures to prevent hacked accounts from accessing you account. A user can now only see the files in their hosting account guarding against some of the tricks hackers use to gain information about other users. So do you need to be worried about hitting resource limits? Probably not. Any legitimate site will run just fine. The small set of users that this might affect are the users that were causing the resource usage problems before. Any customer experiencing a “503 Service Unavailable” error or concerned about the numbers in their cPanel  should contact Hosting Nation support to analyze the usage and  review if the website has been hacked or requires an upgrade path.  

How to Use Google and LinkedIn for Kick-Butt Prospecting

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This post was almost called “Google and LinkedIn — the Wonder Twins of the Web.  Wonder Twin powers ACTIVATE!  Shape of… NEW PROSPECTS!”  Of course, that was a bit too long and not very SEO friendly.  So… Lately I’ve been hired to speak to several banking institutions — Oppenheimer Funds, Wells Fargo, UBS and Morgan Stanley — about using social media for prospecting.  In their case, as financial planning professionals.  While I certainly can’t share everything I teach them in a one hour talk in a short blog post, I would like to share a little tip that can potentially help everyone  — business owners and professionals. Have you ever found someone on LinkedIn via search or as the connection of one of your contacts, but you had no way of contacting them?  Perhaps you haven’t worked with them before or they’re not in your network.  Well, here’s a cool little trick for finding their email address.  This way, you can send them an invitation to connect OR simply shoot them an email. Step 1- Identify the person’s place of employment via her/his LinkedIn profile. Step 2- Find the company’s website.  It can either be found by clicking a link on the peron’s profile or simply by typing the name of the company into Google search. Step 3- Once you’ve found the company’s website, copy it. Step 4- In Google search, enter the person’s first and last name in quotations and then “*@companywebsite.com”.   The asterisk allows you to do something called a wildcard search.  See below where I used myself as an example. Remember — a person’s email address must be listed online for this to work.  So, occasionally, you will not be able to find an email address.  Now you can send an invite to connect via LinkedIn using the “other” choice or simply shoot him/her an email.                             I don’t know why this tickled me so, to see someone named Boo.  Anywho… you get the point.  So, go get those email addresses and make those connections! The post How to Use Google and LinkedIn for Kick-Butt Prospecting appeared first on Crystal Washington.

Social Media and Bring Your Own Device in Germany

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  I had the opportunity to be the closing keynote speaker at Alcatel-Lucent’s Dynamic Tour event in Dusseldorf, Germany last week.  This is an event for over 800 of Alcatel-Lucent’s customers, partners and team members in western and northern Europe to discuss the phenomena of BYOD or Bring Your Own Device.  I discussed social media and how generational technology trends (Boomers, Gen Xs, Gen Ys and Gen Zs) are impacting the workplace in terms of devices and collaboration.  It was an awesome adventure chalked full of great lessons.  I’d love to share them with you!   Culture is much more important than age when it comes to determining a user’s mobile technology behaviors. People have an emotional attachment to their preferred devices which is spilling over into the workplace. You have to pay to use public potties in Dusseldorf, and they are not easy to find! No matter where we are in the world- the USA, Germany or Ghana- everyone fears becoming irrelevant with the constant increase in technology.  Everyone wants to know that they will be okay. Here’s what you need to know: BYOD or Bring Your Own Device will become more and more significant in the United States as Gen Y and Z grow in numbers in the workplace.  This means more work for IT, more work around security, greater opportunities for you to work in ways that you find most comfortable,greater opportunities for collaboration and increased customer service opportunities. Each generation has specific strengths and weaknesses when it comes to technology.  Smart organizations include team members from each generation and multiple job functions to ensure that any new technology adaptation is done so in a way that is as seamless as possible. Want to see a copy of my presentation?  I use slides mostly for verbal cues, but there are a few with information you may find interesting.     BYOD on Prezi   Lastly, if you want to follow the adventures of a non-German speaking tourist with three hours to burn, check out my Facebook album.     Special thanks to ‏@PaeduMosi for the stage photo! The post Social Media and Bring Your Own Device in Germany appeared first on Crystal Washington.

Brain Surgery to Debut on Twitter and Pinterest

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Did you miss your calling in the medical field?  Perhaps you have a teenager who really wants to become a doctor?  Tomorrow, Neurosurgeon Dr. Dong Kim of Memorial Hermann will live tweet brain surgery.  Not only will the savvy staff at Memorial Hermann tweet throughout the procedure and answer questions, but they’ll also post pictures on the fastest growing social network, Pinterest! I’ve had the pleasure of being hired by healthcare companies in the past to speak on social media integration in the medical field, so I can truly appreciate not only the fact that a hospital in my own backyard- Houston, is doing this, but all of the planning that is involved! Want to join in the fun?  Follow Twitter handle @houstonhospital and hashtag #MHbrain for live tweets of brain surgery tomorrow (Wednesday, May 9th) at 7:30 a.m. CST.   Read the full story on the Memorial Hermann website. The post Brain Surgery to Debut on Twitter and Pinterest appeared first on Crystal Washington.

Upgrade in our Backup System (February 27th)

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Hi once again. In the coming days we will be making a major version upgrade in the software we use to maintain backups. Our current system in running R1Soft’s CDP 2.0. After the upgrade we will running CDP 3.0. Version 3.0 has a number of improvements to the backend and underlying technology to make it more scalable, faster and more reliable. As well, for those of you who restore your own backups, the control panel experience has improved. We will have more details on that after the update. To set up the new version we may have to eliminate our last 10 restore points from version 2.0 as they are not compatible. We will try to keep what we can. This migration will take place on Monday, February 27th starting at 11am PST.  Please note that no action is required by our customers.  

Welcome to HostGator India!

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Hello Friends! Welcome to the HostGator India Blog! HostGator India is a webhosting provider located in beautiful Mangalore, India. We provide the same excelling hosting services as our US counterpart but we are fully localized to better assist India’s needs. Here at HostGator India, we offer real live 24/7/365 support via phones, email, and chat and we are constantly striving to be better. We offer tons of extra features that other hosts do not provide, plus the ability to host unlimited domains on most of our packages! We offer a 45 day money back guarantee on most plans, so try us and if you’re not satisfied you can cancel for a full refund. Some of the many services we provide are as follows: Linux Shared Hosting Windows Shared Hosting VPS Hosting White Label Reseller Hosting Affiliate Program Windows and Linux Dedicated Servers Domain Registration Local Language Support You can check our official website: www.hostgator.in Thanks! - HostGator India

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