Going on Vacation? Set an Email Autoresponder

By moosnews
October 28, 2014

Email is a major part of any productive workflow. That’s why we proudly provide a robust email interface at MailCentral in your FatCow Control Panel. But productive people need to have a handle on how to stay productive, and that often means scheduling some downtime. Some people prefer to keep receiving and responding to their email even when they’re on vacation. That doesn’t sound very relaxing though. You can take a break from email without vanishing from the grid. You just have to set up a way of notifying your colleagues and clients about your temporary absence. That’s where autoresponders come in.

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How to Activate and Deactivate Autoresponders

Autoresponders automatically reply to incoming email messages with a preset response. They can be edited and turned on or off from MailCentral. Here’s how to create one: Log into your Control Panel and click on MailCentral. Next, choose the email address you want to send automatic responses from and click Autoresponder. Type in your message and click Save. Your autoresponder is active. Now a software robot living inside a FatCow email server will reply to all of your email for you. If software robots freak you out, just picture our own FatCow mascot, Slim. He’s a smiling, friendly cow. You can turn off any autoresponder any time by logging back into Control Panel, heading to MailCentral, clicking Autoresponder and selecting Disable next to the one you want to turn off.

How to Craft an Effective Autoresponse Email

You’re choosing one email that your account will send in response to any incoming emails you receive for a certain period of time. That means it requires a bit of forethought. It needs to be friendly, professional and informative – all in one. That sounds exhausting to some people, but it’s how we do things here at FatCow. We’re hoping we come across friendly, professional and informative. If not, send us a note. Your greeting shouldn’t be time-based, like “Good morning” but also shouldn’t be too casual, so no “Hey there.” Something as simple as “Hello” is probably a good choice. Next, you want to get right to the point by opening with the fact that you’re not checking email until the date you plan to return to work. Tell them the date, of course, but also give them an alternative to waiting for you. Choose a trusted colleague and, with their permission, include their name, title and email address in your autoresponse. Include a caveat, though, that only urgent matters should be referred to them. Reassure senders that you will get back to them promptly when you return.

Bonus Tip: The Extra Day

Here’s a useful tip for minimizing the workload that awaits you upon your return from a vacation. Set your autoresponder to notify people that you’ll be back one day later than you’ll actually be back. That gives you a whole day to catch up on email when you get back. People will be impressed that you are back in the swing of things early. Those you don’t get to won’t think twice about it, because they didn’t expect any contact that day. Pretty clever, aren’t we?

How FatCow Does Dedicated Servers

By Jessica Ann
September 22, 2014

Three types of hosting exist: Shared hosting, virtual private servers and dedicated servers. They each provide increasing levels of independence and customization. But first…what are servers? Servers are powerful computers where websites live.

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Are you still awake? Yeah, we realize that thinking of it this way can seem boring. The good thing is, the FatCow team is highly allergic to boredom. And we don’t want to break out in hives…so we’ll try to make servers interesting (or as interesting as humanly possible).

Keep these things in mind when you’re choosing the level of hosting:

  • What you want to do with your website

  • How much you want to spend on hosting, and

  • The level of control you want over their server

Ready? Now let’s dig in.

How Different Hosting Options Work

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Many people prefer to use a shared hosting plan, which places your website on a server with other websites. Shared hosting is cost effective when your site isn’t very large. Or isn’t very popular (yet)! It’s the starter kit of web hosting choices.

Think of shared hosting like an apartment building. Every website lives with every other website in the server. They all use the same plumbing, electrical wiring and ventilation systems.

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The next step up is the Virtual Private Server (VPS), which lives on a computer with other customers’ websites. But it’s nested inside its own virtual machine. “Virtual machine” is just a nerdy way of saying that each VPS is basically a program that acts like its own fully functional computer. Each is given its own resource limits so it can’t steal resources from the others.

Think of virtual private servers like a group of restaurants on the same street. The websites are all located on the same FatCow computer. But each one is given its own systems and functions independently within those systems. The plumbing, electrical and ventilation in one restaurant won’t affect the others.

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Dedicated Servers give you your very own server. This means that there’s a computer with your stuff in it – and only your stuff. You don’t share with anyone, and you have every last drop of computing power in that server all to yourself. It’s a mansion. There, we said it. Dedicated hosting is a big, glorious mansion with more than enough room for all of your stuff. Visitors bask in the sunlit glow of your well-appointed new digs, with more guest rooms than you can count. And a never-ending buffet with all of your favorite foods.

Okay, maybe it’s not quite that extreme. We got a little carried away. But still, it doesn’t get better than dedicated server hosting. Or does it? Spoiler alert: it does.

How FatCow Makes Dedicated Hosting Even Better

You can get dedicated server hosting at almost any web host. That’s why we decided to take our version even further. We started with what everyone else gives you – and built up from there.

We build each dedicated server with the best features of our virtual private servers, as well. This is going to require translating some geek-speak. But we’ll walk you through it…

We prepare every dedicated server for your use by “imaging” it, which is geek-speak for “installing all the stuff you need.” Our dedicated servers get the same “Open-stack/KVM technology” we use in virtual servers, which is geek-speak for “operating system optimized for running a bunch of smaller servers inside a big one.” See, geek-speak can be fun.

What it all means is that you (or your geek-in-residence) can fine-tune how your server uses its resources. You can also set up multiple redundant versions of your website inside one computer to minimize the strain when your awesome product takes off.

And finally, our combination of dedicated and virtual server tools lets you easily migrate your site to a larger or smaller server when your site needs change.

So, when are you moving into your new mansion?

Monetize Your Website with FatCow’s Affiliate Program

By Jessica Ann
September 15, 2014

Affiliate programs are not the most exciting topic in the world. That’s why we tried to lighten things up by naming ours the “Moo Money Affiliate Program.” That may not be enough to make the sign-up process fun. But keep in mind these programs are meant to help you make some extra money. And that’s always fun. This article explains how to sign up for the program, how to create affiliate ad units, how to track statistics, and (most importantly!) how to get paid. There are a few options so read closely and decide how best to handle any affiliate income. You should only have to set it up once, so doing it right the first time means simply collecting (and spending!) the proceeds.

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How to Sign Up for FatCow’s Moo Money Affiliate Program

Those of you who are already happy FatCow customers can start by logging into your FatCow account. Head to the Affiliate Profile page (http://www.fatcow.com/controlpanel/affiliateprogram/profile.bml). All you need to do is fill out the form, double-check that the information you entered is accurate, and click Update Profile. If you’re not a FatCow customer, shame on you! Kidding. But really we hope you consider becoming customer. We’re super-nice and help our customers do some cool things, like making money with affiliate programs. Of course, the good news is you don’t have to be a FatCow customer already to get started in the affiliate program. Use the Sign-up Page (http://www.fatcow.com/affiliate/signup.bml) to register and you’ll get a confirmation email within 10 minutes explaining how to get started with the program.

How to Select Payment Preference

Now that you have an affiliate program profile with us, we have to talk about the money, your money. You can choose to be paid by check, PayPal or via a hosting credit added to your FatCow account. Just to be clear (in support of our claim earlier that we’re super nice), the hosting credit option is our way of helping you use our services at a discount or even for free based on how much affiliate income you generate. Told you, super-nice. Anyway, from the Affiliate Profile page, select Update Profile and choose your desired payment method from the Desired Payout menu. Keep in mind that if you want to be paid via PayPal, we’ll need you to fill out an electronic W-9 form on our site, including your Social Security Number. You’ll also need a mailing address in North or South America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand or Asia. Click Update Profile and your changes will be saved, ensuring you get paid.

How to Create Banners and Text Links for Affiliate Ads

This is the part where you create ads. We know that sounds boring. But the ads are the most important part – the part that generates the commission we eventually pay out to you. So pay close attention. First, select Banners & Links. You’ll have several options, including Text or HTML Link, Banner Images, Videos & Tutorials and Hosted By banner. Follow the instructions provided for the option you choose to generate some code (it’s pretty simple. But you may want to consult your geek friend for this). You’ll need to paste the code into your website wherever you want the affiliate ad to appear.

How to Keep Track of Commissions and Statistics

You can track how many times your ads are viewed and how much they’re making for you in the Moo Money Affiliate Console (http://www.fatcow.com/controlpanel/affiliateprogram/index.bml). Log in and click Campaign Statistics. Check the box marked Notify if you want us to email you when you’re report is ready to view. Enter the date range you want information on and click Get Reports. Refresh the page if the results don’t appear after a few minutes. You can export to CSV (for use in a spreadsheet program) or PDF, or look at the report right on our website. If you’ve made a little money (or a lot!) smile wide, and with pride. Now go spend your hard-earned affiliate dollars well.

How to Build a Site with Weebly

By Jessica Ann
September 9, 2014

You may understand the gist of WordPress. But it admittedly crosses the nerd line for some folks. After all, it’s a full-fledged content management system, which means databases, plugins and even some coding. Weebly is a great alternative when you don’t need a ton of bells and whistles.

This doesn’t mean Weebly isn’t powerful. This article will show you how to get started with Weebly and build an elegant website – without breaking a sweat. Unless you’re reading this at a treadmill desk, in which case you’ll probably break a sweat anyway.

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Creating Your Weebly Site

You’re probably a FatCow expert by now, but humor us and log into your account. Scroll down to the section labeled Website and look for Weebly Drag and Drop Builder. Click that to open your Weebly dashboard.

If this is your first Weebly site, you’ll need to click the big Add Website button. Select the domain you want to use with Weebly and click Add Website (yes, same label, smaller font). Finally, click Edit Website to open the main Weebly site editing panel.

Building Your Weebly Home Page

Now that you have created your Weebly site and opened the site editing panel, you’ll see two basic sections. The left side lists all of the things you can include in a Weebly page, and the right side shows you what your Weebly page looks like. There are four tabs at the top of the Weebly editing interface, including Build, Design, Pages and Settings.

You can drag stuff from the left section into the right section to add it to the current page. Try dragging a text box, labeled with a big T, onto the main page section on the right. Type a quick introductory paragraph. Click the icon on the left that looks like a picture and drag it underneath the text you just added.

Add an image. And just like that you have a home page! The best part is that you didn’t even have to mess with any code. Well, the best part is that you still haven’t broken a sweat (treadmill desk-walkers excluded, of course).

Customize the Design of Your Weebly Site

The Build tab lets you master your site’s layout, but the Design tab is where you choose color themes, fonts and whether to include social media icons and a contact phone number. You can choose from among a variety of themes provided by Weebly. You can also set unique fonts for your site title, paragraph titles, paragraph body and links.

These settings are laid out simply. But they are surprisingly powerful. There are so many combinations you can be sure you’ll find a unique look and feel for your Weebly site. Use the time that you’re not editing code to carefully choose your design styles.

Adding Pages and Adjusting Your Weebly Settings

The Pages tab makes it easy to add new pages. In fact, it’s so easy we’re not even going to write down how to do it. Go have a look and you’ll know what we mean. Experiment with page layouts to find the best one for your purposes.

Finally, the Settings tab is where you can change basic information – like your site’s title and how your site describes itself to search engines. You can also use the password feature to make private sites for events, projects or just for development before your big launch.

This is just the beginning of what Weebly can do. It is as simple or as powerful as you need it to be. With integrated image galleries, blogs and even Google Maps, you can do amazing things with FatCow and Weebly.

 

How to Set Up WordPress

By Jessica Ann
August 30, 2014

The ease of use and incredible power, enhanced by a wide variety of plugins, make WordPress a popular choice for all kinds of sites. Whether you’re running a business or just a blog, WordPress has the tools you need. We have a lot of information about how to use WordPress with FatCow. And setting it up is actually pretty easy. At first glance, it may look like a task best left to your nerd friends, and that may be true for the more advanced WordPress stuff. But anyone who can open a FatCow account can channel enough inner nerd to set up WordPress. So, let’s get started.

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Prepare for the Installation

You want to make sure your account settings are optimized for installing WordPress before you actually get started. “What the bleep do you mean, optimized?!” you may say. That’s just geek-speak for deciding ahead of time which folder in your FatCow account you want to use with WordPress.

Now, this isn’t really fair, but there are two important things to have a look at before we move forward with installing WordPress. If you want to install on a domain hosted with FatCow, read about Domain Pointers before continuing with the installation. It’s important to make sure you install into the right domain. Also, if you want to install WordPress in a subfolder, read about the File Manager. This will allow you to put WordPress at www.yourdomain.com/blog instead of just www.yourdomain.com.

Just Tell Me How to Install WordPress Already!

Okay, okay, enough with the preliminary matters. Let’s get on with the installation. The first thing you need to do is log into your FatCow Control Panel.

We started with that easy bit to boost your confidence. Look for WP Essential in the top menu and give it a click. Now you have to choose your Admin Email, Username, Password and WordPress Location. Leave the directory box blank to install WordPress on a domain, or type the name of an existing folder to install it to that subdirectory.

We recommend steering clear of Google Apps email addresses when it comes to your Admin Email. If your Google Apps account has issues, you may be unable to get important messages related to maintaining your WordPress site. Use a Gmail, Yahoo or other account on a third-party domain to avoid headaches in the future.

Consider using the Generate button to create a secure password, but remember to write it down somewhere. In fact, make sure you take note of all the credentials you use here. You’ll need them whenever you want to log into WordPress.

Finally Pulling the WordPress Installation Trigger

This is the big finish. Once you have filled in the fields discussed above, click Continue. The WordPress software will finally start downloading and installing into your site. When it’s all finished, click the Let’s Get Started button.

Click Launch WordPress on the next screen and use your username and password to log into your shiny new WordPress installation. Pat your inner nerd on the back. You just equipped your site with the most popular and well-supported content management system available. Now all you need is some creative, engaging content to make your site truly come alive.

How do I update my billing information?

By Jessica Ann
August 22, 2014

Credit and debit cards expire. You change banks. You move from one city to another. There are many reasons why you may have to update your billing information. None of them are “You know what sounds like fun? Updating my billing information!” We’ll do our best in this article to turn down the boring and turn up the fun on how to update your billing information.

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Update Your Billing Address

You’re going to start at your [Control Panel](http://www.fatcow.com/controlpanel/beta/), and if you haven’t logged in yet you’ll need to log in. Look for the Account Information section. Click Change Account Information to view your current account information, including name, address and contact info.

If there is anything you don’t recognize, either you’ve mysteriously morphed into a different person (which is far less boring than updating billing information) or you should give us a call at 888-278-9780 so we can make sure your account is secure. If you just need to update an address, click the Edit button at the bottom of the account information box. Make the necessary changes and click Update to complete the process.

Update Your Credit Card Information

While we, too, look forward to a post-money utopia where we all bask in the glory of success without the need to make money to survive, it’s not here yet. That’s why we need accurate and current credit card information on file. Luckily, it’s easy to check and update the information for your FatCow account.

Log into your Control Panel again and head back to the Account Information section, as we did earlier. This time, select Update Billing Information. Now click the Credit Card tab to take a look at what we have on file for you. Click Edit next to any field that needs to be updated and when you’re done making changes, click Submit Credit Card Update.

Get Invoices or Receipts

Okay, you’ve looked at your billing address and your credit card information. By now all of the information we need to keep you up and running should be double-checked and updated. It wasn’t an edge-of-your-seat thrill-ride or anything, but the extra piece is worth it.

Sometimes we need records of billing or receipts of payment, and FatCow has you covered there, as well. In your Control Panel, under that now-familiar Account Information section, find the BillingCentral button and give it a click. At the bottom of a list of recent transactions you’ll see a Show payment activity widget.

Enter the date range for which you need records, click Get Payment History, and we’ll generate an invoice and the associated receipts. The results will display based on the due date of each payment. You can click Invoice or Receipt to get a printable version of each document.

Requesting a Due Date Extension

We know that while cash flow can be a fickle beast, you always want your website up and running. After all, for many people it’s a great generator of business leads. That’s why we offer a due date extension.

Head back to BillingCentral and if you’re account is past due you’ll see a Need more time? link at the top of the page. Click it and then click Notify FatCow and we’ll give you a two-week extension on your due date, no questions asked.

FatCow Is Proud To Be Green!

By Jessica Ann
August 14, 2014

Here at FatCow we realize how important it is to live an eco-friendly lifestyle, which is why all websites hosted with us are completely powered by wind energy. In fact, for each kWh of energy used to power your website,  FatCow buys twice that amount in Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs), offsetting your site’s energy usage by 200%!

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What are RECs, you might ask?
Although we can’t produce wind energy onsite, we’re able to purchase RECs to compensate for our energy use. Each REC we purchase represents 1,000 kWh of energy produced naturally, thus reducing the amount of fossil fuels  circulating throughout the energy grid.

With your help, FatCow’s commitment to the environment will prevent 999 metric tons of carbon dioxide from being released into the atmosphere this year alone! That’s equivalent to planting 213 acres of trees or taking 196 cars off the road.

Be Loud and Proud About Your Green Site!

You have a choice where to host your website, and with FatCow your choosing to host in an environmentally friendly data center. Make it known by adding a green badge to your website – it will increase your appeal to eco-conscious customers visiting your site and it will help to build your reputation as environmentally responsible.

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To learn more about your eco-friendly hosting plan, make sure to visit FatCow’s feature pages for Shared Hosting, VPS Hosting, and Dedicated Server Hosting.

How do I configure Outlook?

By Jessica Ann
August 11, 2014

There are about 515 million results when you search Google for “how to have fun.” It’s safe to say that “configuring Microsoft Outlook” isn’t on any of those lists or how-to articles. Whether you are setting up a new computer at home or dealing with a hard-to-reach IT department, chances are you’ll eventually find yourself staring at an empty Outlook settings screen. When that panic sets in, and you find your self asking “How do I configure outlook?” it’s time to read this article.

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Automated Exchange Email Setup in Outlook

If you need to set up an Exchange account in your Outlook, or you don’t know what that means, try this method first. Open Outlook to get started. It may display a setup wizard. Click Next to begin, and Next again to move on to the E-Mail Accounts page. Make sure your name and email address are correct. You may need to add your name or change your email address if you used a different one when you first set up your computer. Click Next to let Windows try to setup Outlook automatically.

Now, you may have been thinking that by “automatically” Outlook means “automatically.” Unfortunately, you and I probably have a different definition of “automatically” than Outlook. You’ll be asked for your username and password while the setup is in progress. “Username” is a confusing name for what Outlook wants, because it’s really asking for your email address again. Be sure to use your entire email address as your username, including the domain, like .com.

Enter your password, click Next, and you should see a “Congratulations…” message about how your email account is now ready to use.

If something goes wrong, or Outlook tells you it can’t set up your account automatically, you’ll need to add it manually. We suggest sighing audibly to vent a bit of your frustration. Then close Outlook and we’ll try it the manual way.

Manual Email Setup for Outlook

Okay, take a deep breath to relax after that frustrating non-automatic automatic setup process from earlier. Click the Windows Start button and then Control Panel. Click the Mail icon or, if you don’t see the icon, press Control + F and type Mail to bring up the icon, and click it.

Next you’ll have to click Email Accounts and, on the next screen, New. Now look for Manually configure server settings… to choose the email type. This time we’re trying Internet E-mail, so click that button and then Next.

Right about now you should be seeing just how important that automatic setup can be, and how justified your frustration was when it didn’t work for you. But let’s keep moving forward. Remember, deep breaths. They’re key.

The next screen is (hopefully) where the magic (finally) happens. Enter your name and email address. Select IMAP from the drop-down under Server Information. Your outgoing server is smtp.fatcow.com if you’re configuring for your FatCow account, and your incoming server is pop.fatcow.com. Your username will be your full email address, like above. Enter your password and then click the More Settings button. On the Outgoing Server tab click the Use same settings as my incoming mail server checkbox. On the Advanced tab set the Incoming server port to 993 and the Outgoing server port is set to 465.

Finally, click Next and Outlook should test the settings. If you entered everything correctly, you’ll be ready to start emailing. If the test fails, feel free to sigh audibly gain, and double-check the instructions. You’ll be done configuring Outlook in no time.

Getting Started With FTP Settings

By Jessica Ann
August 4, 2014

Maybe you haven’t had to bother with FTP settings yet. And you just want someone to tell you what the heck they’re about. Or maybe you’re reading this with an FTP program open in another window of your computer – so you need to learn about its magic, pronto.

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Here’s what it’s about:

An FTP server is just a computer owned by your hosting company which stores the files used on your website. An FTP client is a program used to upload and download files between your computer and an FTP server. FTP settings are a set of values you’ll need to use to connect an FTP client to an FTP server.

But Seriously, What the Heck Are FTP Settings?

Let’s start with what FTP stands for. For The People? Frequently Tripled Profits? Fairly Timid Puppies? Nope, luckily it doesn’t mean any of those things…although we wouldn’t object to frequently tripled profits.

FTP actually stands for “file transfer protocol”. It’s used to transfer files between computers, most commonly a home computer and remote website server. FTP is a way to upload files from your computer to your website, and vice versa.

FTP allows you or your designers to make changes to your site (either with images or web pages on a home computer) before placing them on your public website – where the world can see them. There’s nothing worse than writing some great copy for your home page, hitting publish, and only then suddenly noticing you’ve misspelled the name of your business. FTP adds one more layer of review.

The most popular way to manage files via FTP is through a dedicated FTP client, which is a piece of software built to connect to and manipulate the files on an FTP server. Read about how to use FileZilla, a free and easy to learn FTP client here: (http://www.fatcow.com/knowledgebase/beta/article.bml?ArticleID=1393_). Once you’ve entered your FTP settings into the client, it enables you to point and click to perform most of the file management you need to do.

Getting Started with FTP Settings

All FTP accounts have a few basic settings you’ll need to know in order to connect. Your web host should make these easy to find. If they don’t, you should probably move on over to FatCow, where the FTP settings can be found easily [here](http://www.fatcow.com/knowledgebase/beta/article.bml?ArticleID=201).

The first setting you’ll need is the server address, usually ftp.YOURSERVER.com. FatCow users can find their FTP server at ftp.fatcow.com. This setting tells your FTP client where to look for connections.

But you’ll still need to provide login credentials before you can connect. Your FTP username and password are the same as the ones you used when you opened your hosting account. FatCow users can set the port to Port 21 and make sure Passive FTP is set to Enabled.

This is all you need to get started. If you’ve entered your FTP settings correctly, you can connect and start moving files back and forth. If you have trouble, try entering your settings again. You can also use the [FatCow file manager](http://www.fatcow.com/knowledgebase/beta/article.bml?ArticleID=1703) as another solid resource.

 

Solving Common Password Woes

By Jessica Ann
July 28, 2014

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If you’re looking to change your password, keep in mind that FatCow places the security of your account above all else. We provide options for setting a secure password, retrieving a lost password and establishing a security question. If you adhere to these requirements, you’ll have a strong password and your account will be more secure.

Minimum Password Requirements

To change your password, first log into your account. Once you are logged in, head to the [Password Change](http://www.fatcow.com/secureControl/PasswdChange.bml) page. There you can choose and confirm a new password for your account.

If the Password Change form won’t accept your new password, make sure it adheres to our requirements for strong passwords. Strong passwords have several mandatory (and often highly annoying) elements:

  • 6 or more characters
  • 2 or more numbers
  • 1 or more special characters, including !@#$%^&*?_~,./<>-=+()[]{};:`|\”‘
  • 1 or more uppercase characters
  • 1 or more lowercase characters

In addition to the above requirements, FatCow prohibits the use of your username as well as any of your 5 previous passwords. If your first attempt to change your password was rejected by the form, check the above requirements and try again. As long as you fulfill all of the above, your new password should be successfully set.

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Beyond Password Strength Basics

But if you want to be even more secure, consider going beyond the minimum requirements. The six-character minimum is just a starting point. When it comes to passwords, the more characters the better. A very secure password consists of 8 or more characters, with 2 or more special characters, in addition to a mixture of uppercase and lowercase characters.

If you want something relatively easy to remember without the insecurity of using actual words or phrases, replace some letters with easy-to-read symbols. For example, @ for a, 1 for I and O for zero. Avoid self-referential words or phrases that many people may know, like the name of your street or your pet.

You can go one step further for maximum security by creating an account with a password management service like [1Password](https://agilebits.com/onepassword/mac) or [LastPass](https://lastpass.com/). These services provide web interfaces, desktop and mobile applications you can use to generate and recall extremely secure passwords, eliminating the temptation to use one easy-to-remember password across all of your accounts.

Setting Your Security Questions

Take your account security even further than a secure new password by resetting your security questions. Log into the control panel, select the Account Information menu option and click Set Security Question. Change the security question for your existing profile by clicking the Existing Profile button and then choose a question.

Once you have entered your answer, all you have to do is save. You have updated your password, meeting or exceeding our security requirements. And you’ve added an additional obstacle for would-be hackers. Now you can get back to building a stellar website.