Archive for November, 2010

Taking Your Google Adwords Account to the Next Level

Published on November 23, 2010 at 2:14 pm by Tom Fanelli in: Web Marketing Articles, iWeb Articles

We recently invited members of iWeb’s community to submit an article to be published on our blog. This text about Adwords advertising and marketing was written by our guest blogger Tom Fanelli.

So you have successfully setup your first Google Adwords Campaign and everything seems to be going well. Maybe you are like a lot of folks I have consulted with and your campaign is performing but competition is increasing and you have to spend more now than a year ago to maintain your desired position. (more…)

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Customer Case: Kim Auclair, 8 Recommendations to Entrepreneurs

Published on November 16, 2010 at 4:14 pm by iWeb Technologies in: Customer Cases, iWeb Articles

Crédit photo: Stéphanie LachanceKim  Auclair is an entrepreneur and instigator of the MacQuebec website, a francophone information portal for the community of Quebec’s Apple users.  Kim has been an iWeb customer for several years and we asked her to answer some questions. (more…)

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Security Vulnerability to ProFTPD, a component service of Plesk

Published on November 12, 2010 at 11:18 am by iWeb Technologies in: iWeb Articles

Parallels has announced potential vulnerability issues affecting the ftp server software ProFTPD, a component service of their control panel Plesk.

“Parallels strives to deliver solutions to potential vulnerability issues of component parts as soon as they are identified. Please pay attention to this notification as it contains an Important Security Notification. More information can be found on the Parallels website, by visiting: http://www.parallels.com/products/plesk/proftpd (more…)

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The Control Center, Our Next Generation Customer Hub

Published on November 1, 2010 at 12:07 pm by iWeb Technologies in: iWeb Articles

When we first developed the concept of the Smart Server, we knew immediately that we would need to create a new tool to allow you to harness the flexibility of its functions, like the ability to shut down and reboot remotely, or manage network connections, for example.

If you are currently a client, then you are familiar with the Customer Hub, the web interface that allows you to manage many aspects of your iWeb account. With Smart Servers, we wanted to bring you an improved user experience by giving you even more control over the administration of your new server.

The Control Center is much more than a simple update to the Client hub, we redesigned it from the ground up. (more…)

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