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How to Transfer Account Ownership with FatCow

April 1st, 2015

Tweet We’ve told you before how important secure passwords are, and that’s all the more true when you’re transferring ownership of a FatCow account. FatCow accounts may include your business or personal email addresses, which can be targeted by hackers. Start at your Control Panel to prepare your account for transfer. Update Account Information Pay close attention […]

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How to Manage VAT with FatCow

March 5th, 2015

Tweet How to Manage VAT with FatCow We want to avoid the obvious pun. We really do. But we can’t help it. We just had to: So, here it goes: Welcome to VATcow. This one is for our customers in the European Union. The Value Added Tax is applied to consumer spending throughout the European […]

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FatCow Database Management

February 26th, 2015

Tweet FatCow Database Management We know some of you are geekier than others. Your needs go beyond basic WordPress installations, e-commerce setups and website security. And some of you want to do database management. But such things are not for the faint of heart. The slightest misstep in your database could cause drastic consequences – […]

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Create a website for your business

January 5th, 2015

Tweet Can having a website help my business even if I don’t set up an online store? Yes. But we know you want a more in-depth answer than that. Your business has to have a website to compete in the modern market or you’re invisible. We provide SEO services to sites that include online stores and sites that […]

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Buying a Domain with FatCow

November 17th, 2014

Tweet Maybe you had domain when you came to FatCow. Maybe not. It’s convenient to manage all your domains in one place. That’s why we give our customers the ability to buy domains from right inside their account. Here’s a guide for purchasing a domain from FatCow. Get started by logging into your FatCow Control […]

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The Top 5 Traits for Good Web Design

February 3rd, 2014

Tweet Good web design is a combination of factors, all of which need equal attention if you’re going to build the best site for your business. Those include usability, visuals, clarity, trust and search engine optimization. If you pay careful attention to each of these traits as you design your website, you’ll find your end […]

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Why Usability is Important for Web Design

January 29th, 2014

Tweet Any new web design is an opportunity to start fresh. It’s the perfect time to re-evaluate your goals and what your site is truly supposed to do. Many businesses have an established brand, and those who don’t are keen to develop one so they’re instantly recognizable to clients and prospects alike. It may be […]

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How to Select the Right CMS

December 20th, 2013

Tweet The presentation of your website involves a smorgasbord of branding, content marketing, driving conversions and connecting with your audience. All of this is truly important, but it’s easy to lose sight of how the magic happens behind the curtain. After all, behind every great looking website is a content management system (CMS). Here are […]

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3 Web Design Options on a Budget

November 25th, 2013

Tweet Web design is a core component to your website. Your photos, the quality of the designs you choose, and your font choice speaks volumes about your business. You may think that in order to be a big player in the web design game, you’ll need lots of fancy (and expensive) tools. But sometimes simplicity […]

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How to Find Inspiration for Your Web Design

November 13th, 2013

Tweet Inspiration for your web design can build trust…if you know where to find it and if it’s done right. In the 1997 movie Good Will Hunting, Matt Damon stars as a fantastically intelligent but troubled young man trying to come to terms with his past with the help of his psychologist, Robin Williams. In […]

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