Archive for the ‘Small Business’ Category


Install and Manage goMobi with FatCow

July 15th, 2015

These days desktop computers have big, beautiful high resolution displays. This allows for equally big, beautiful websites with high quality images and even things like full-screen slideshows and background videos. It’s a web designer’s dream. Now picture using a high resolution website on a smartphone-sized display. The text is unbearably tiny, buttons are impossible to […]

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How to Manage Your Site Expresso with FatCow

May 15th, 2015

How to Manage Your Site Expresso with FatCow You can build and maintain your website on FatCow in many ways. If you’re new to making websites and want to get up and running, Site Expresso is one option. It guides you through the setup process. And the good news is that you can create up […]

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Will Google’s ‘Mobilegeddon’ hurt my small business? What should I do NOW?

April 29th, 2015

Are you ready, friends? Mobilegeddon is upon us. Don’t worry, your new smartphone hasn’t finally become sentient (that we know of), but there are big changes ahead. Before you reach for your tinfoil hat, there are a few things you should know. Google tweaked its search algorithm on Tuesday. From now on, sites that aren’t […]

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How and Why to Use Akamai on FatCow

February 20th, 2015

How and Why to Use Akamai on FatCow We’ve hired brilliant geeks to set-up, optimize and maintain our servers in Boston. We know speed is vitally important to the success of any site. That’s why we supplement our brilliant geeks with optional Akamai edge server caching. We know what you’re thinking: Akamai what? Edge server […]

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How to Use Sitelock and SSL with FatCow

January 20th, 2015

    Every website has a reputation. It is a combination of search engine optimization and your standing with anti-spam services. If you don’t keep things tidy, you may be blacklisted. That’s why FatCow offers SiteLock Reputation Management. SiteLock Reputation Protection Your reputation will continually improve as long as you keep secure and free of […]

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FatCow’s Free Resources

December 11th, 2014

Buying website hosting is daunting if you have never done it before. But if you have a website, particularly if you are setting the site up yourself, you will need to buy hosting. It is not an optional extra. Luckily there is FatCow. FatCow does things differently than other website hosting companies. For a start, […]

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Adding Your Exchange Account to Your Apple Device

December 2nd, 2014

Microsoft and Apple are usually only mentioned in the same sentence as alternatives to one another. But with FatCow’s Mail Central, these two lifelong competitors are combined to make your life easier.  You should know that while Exchange should sync reliably, there are a few limitations. The most important one is that all of your existing contact and calendar information […]

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Use Google Apps with FatCow

November 12th, 2014

Google Apps for Business is a comprehensive suite of office software, and you can integrate it with your FatCow account. It includes email, calendars, storage and more. Here’s how to get a Google Apps account set up, as well as how to connect it to your FatCow account: You can check out the Google Apps site […]

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Going on Vacation? Create an Email Autoresponder

October 28th, 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 […]

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How do I configure Outlook?

August 11th, 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 […]

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