• What? Did you just call my plugin CRAP?

    Amid controversy, providers are blackisting Wordpress plugins

    Customers are angry but ISPs are forced to put their foot down ...more

  • You just gave up your Window Display?

    Are your site visitors seeing who you are?

    Or by any chance is there a big flower, or a giant wine bottle set up as your best shot at traffic? ...more

  • Soooo, why should I LIKE you anyway?

    If the Pied Piper was around today he would be "that guy"

    Known for his ability to lead children "en masse" he clearly had a secret we all want to know ...more

  • 5 Important Questions for Your Webmaster

    It happens so often to websites

    Hacks are common today but , sometimes it's too late to fix the easy way ...more

  • 1 Why Give FREE Privacy? Because we take issue with THE LIST.
  • 2 Oh that Fascinating Phone. When it doesn't work, why use it?
  • 3 Uhhh... So Why Exactly Should I "LIKE" you anyway??
  • 4 The Most Common Reason for Domain Loss is your control.
  • 5 The Web Elephant in the room; "they JUST don't get it... "
  • 6 Shoeless Joe Had a Good Point; Build it they will come.
  • 7 Here I am, Dishing out another "Bad Webmaster" Body Slam ;)
  • Why Give FREE Privacy? Because we take issue with THE LIST.

    Yes, other registries do charge for privacy, most upward of

    $10 to $12 per year, per domain. WHY then, would we give it away? Because we take issue with THE LIST. the COOLCOM group is making a bold move to Private Registrations by Default ...more

  • Oh that Fascinating Phone. When it doesn't work, why use it?

    I still can’t wrap my head around it.

    Why or how busy business owners want (or accept it as good customer support procedure) to sit on the phone with their mechanic while he instructs them on how to fix their own vehicle. ...more

  • Uhhh... So Why Exactly Should I "LIKE" you anyway??

    If the Pied Piper was around today

    If the Pied Piper was around today, he'd be "that guy" the Social Media wiz sought after by most every retail and service based corporation on the advertising block ...more

  • The Most Common Reason for Domain Loss is your control.

    Your Site Went Down, Business Halted"

    And the worst part is, you had the ability all along to prevent the damage of temporary outage due to domain expiry. The key is to keep this one piece of info updated always. ...more

  • The Web Elephant in the room; "they JUST don't get it... "

    It's Called "the Registry Bounce

    All too often, the advice is to move to a new registry. This will of course never actually help a site be more successful but it gives them something to keep busy. and It's a mistake financially and practically. ...more

  • Shoeless Joe Had a Good Point; Build it they will come.

    Let’s all take a lesson from Field of Dreams…

    Stop re-building sites only to have them perform as poorly as the last one, and changing email providers just “cuz the webmaster said to” and instead.. think like your business depends on it...more

  • Here I am, Dishing out another "Bad Webmaster" Body Slam ;)

    Blame Poorly trained webmasters, registrars with hidden agendas

    Yes, I do business with some fabulous webmasters… and some highly skilled IT people. They're problem solvers and solution providers. They create energy and success. They don’t point fingers. ...more

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Webmaster workbench: Getting Facebook Likes

Much ado about Marketing

Your Facebook page is your marketing mainline; make sure it performs..

More on Facebook from JoCool

Is Social Media ever a safe & private space?

The truth about the settings

No matter how much you fiddle with settings there is still the agreement..

JoCool on Social Media Privacy

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Pat Lee, CANFib Canada