Archive for February, 2013


It’s All Geek to Me (part 4) – Email Acronyms and Terms

February 28th, 2013

When it comes to email, many users are mostly familiar with just how to write an email and how to send an email. However, it may prove useful to know what’s going on “under the hood,” especially when setting up a new computer or mobile device to access your webmail while you’re on the go! […]

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It’s All Geek to Me (part 3) – Web Hosting Terms and Phrases

February 20th, 2013

So you’ve been doing your homework and have been reading about the benefits of using shared hosting from FatCow. However, every now and then you come across some strange or confusing term that is exclusive to the world of web hosting. Never fear! FatCow is here to help define some of these often used (and […]

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It’s All Geek to Me (part 2) – Internet and Web Hosting Acronyms

February 15th, 2013

Have you ever been using your account and read something that looks like it’s a code for spies and secret agents? Not to worry! FatCow is here to help interpret this web-speak for you with a few commonly used terms and acronyms that our support teams use every day. FTP – FTP, or “File Transfer […]

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It’s All Geek to Me – Basics of Web Hosting

February 6th, 2013

Building a website with a FatCow web hosting account is an easy way to establish an online presence. However, many users may come across some unfamiliar terms when signing up. For example, we all know what a website is, but how is that different from a domain? Learn how these various services work together to […]

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