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New Animated AdSense Ad Units

I was browsing around the Internet this weekend and came upon something that, to me, seems like the biggest change in Google Adsense that I have seen since I have started using it – almost 8 years ago. Skyscraper and Big Box ad units have a new animated display. When left-alone the ads simply display the ad title in a ...

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123-Reg Launches Cloud Servers

Following up their announcement of may coupons, 123-Reg have announced the launch of a brand new product offering: Cloud Servers. Cloud Servers from 123-Reg are a brand new product they have created to fill the gap between Virtual Private Servers (VPS) and Dedicated Servers. They take their technology from both these different types of servers and combined them to create a ...

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Atlantic.Net No Longer Offers Managed VPS

Atlantic.net No Longer Offers Managed VPS

In a recent conversation with some of the staff over at Atlantic.net I was told that Atlantic.net will no longer be offering managed vps services. The initial server setup is handled for you – and from there everything else is up to you. Atlantic.net proactively monitors all of their hardware to make sure everything is up and running, however if ...

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Bravenet Updates Their Site Builder, Bravesites

There seems to be a pattern emerging lately as more and more site builders are getting updated, and for good reason. The Internet has evolved quiet a bit since many of these site builders were first released – and they were due for an overhaul. Following in the footsteps of GoDaddy, and UK2.Net, Bravenet has performed an overhaul to their ...

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UK2.Net Announces New Website Builder

Web host UK2 announced on Thursday the addition of a new website builder to their list of hosting offers. The new platform allows UK2.Net clients to pick a template, add content and publish their respective websites. “Our new Website Builder is all you and your business needs to succeed online. It’s perfect for small business websites and for entrepreneurs who do ...

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Google Adwords Retiring Spreadsheet Edit Feature

Google first introduced the edit by spreadsheet feature for Google Adwords back in 2009 in an attempt to make performing bulk changes to your campaigns easier. Since then however Google has  released bulk editing to help you make large-scale changes across your AdWords account, and keyword bulk uploads to help you add, edit and remove keywords at scale. Bulk editing and keyword bulk uploads ...

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The Worlds First Website is Back Online

The World Wide Web turned 20 years old today. Back on April 30th, 1993, the Web went public for everyone to use and two decades later CERN, the organization that brought us the Web, has brought the first website back to life at its original web address. Although technically the first website was launched in 1991, it was on April 30th, 1993 that CERN made the ...

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New Restaurant & Youth Center Templates from WIX

WIX is often releasing new templates and designs to make sure you have as wide of a range to choose from as possible when designing your website to make sure you create something unique and beautiful. This morning WIX let me know of two brand new templates they just released, one aimed specifically at restaurants and one aimed at youth ...

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Need a Job? Open Source Coding with Google Summer of Code

Google Summer of Code is a global program that offers post-secondary student developers ages 18 and older stipends to write code for various open source software projects. Over the past eight years more than 6,000 students have “graduated” from Google’s Summer of Code program, working with almost 400 different open source projects. Students who are accepted into the program will put ...

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123Reg Cloud Servers

123-Reg Launches Cloud Servers Product Line

Domain registrar 123-Reg has released a new product offering called 123-Reg Cloud Servers – a platform that includes “dedicated CPUs, RAM and hard disk drives.” “123-reg Cloud Servers provide dedicated resources but at an affordable price with unmetered data transfer. Allowing you to host multiple websites, install your chosen OS and handle virtually everything you throw at it,” commented the ...

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DomainDiscount24.com Extends Agreement with Google

domaindiscount24.com (dd24) and Google have extended their agreement regarding the registration of domains through Google Apps. Since August 2012, Google Apps users can purchase a new domain through dd24 during the Google Apps registration process and connect it with their account. As of now, they can also link a domain, which was registered at dd24 before, with their Google Apps ...

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WHUK Now Offers Mobile Website Builder goMobi

British-based hosting provider Web Hosting UK announced on Tuesday that it would begin offering popular mobile website builder GoMobi to its clientele. GoMobi is developed by dotMobi. Unveiling the move via its blog, the company cited cellular usage stats in the U.K. showing an increased usage in mobile technology. “This offers an opportunity to businesses and website owners to serve an increasing ...

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Eleven2 Announces the Launch of Virtual Premium Servers

Web hosting provider Eleven2 announced today the launch of a new breed of VPS named Virtual Premium Servers.  The new type of VPS emphasizes state-of-the-art server technology including the acceleron caching technology which caches frequently accessed data on SSD drives to significantly speed up processing times. Along with the acceleron caching system the servers themselves are top of the line.  Each host ...

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1&1 Launches Microsoft Exchange 2013 Hosting

1&1 Internet Ltd yesterday became one of the first providers globally to offer a business-class email package based on Microsoft Exchange 2013.  The brand new hosting packages have been designed to help SMEs drive the most value from their email communication.  Prices are set at $9.99/month (£6.99/month+VAT ) per account. The new 1&1 Microsoft Exchange 2013 plan delivers 25GB capacity, the latest ...

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