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November 25th, 2009   

Hello Fellow WHTers!

Change can be a challenge

Dennis Johnson (aka SoftWareRevue)

I've talked about our move into the new house before. Some of you know that about 2 weeks ago, I sprained my knee in the middle of it. I've been wearing a brace and hobbling around with a cane ever since. It's presented a challenge in the change. But luckily I have a strong network that have pitched in. I'm not complaining. I'm just making an observation that change can be challenging.

It doesn't always have to be a physical change that presents the challenge. In fact, I just mentioned in writing that we've recently moved into a new house. And how it isn't home yet. But that it will be. Not knowing where everything is, or even should be makes a house feel less like a home. But we're gaining on it!

Whether you're changing your location, vocation or simply the stance of your left leg (that blows out your knee) change can be a challenge. Our first featured thread mentions changes made to a design and how that can be a challenge to recover.

We're still sending out Tweets @WebHostingTalk.

Thanks for listening. And I'll see you on the forums!

Dennis Johnson (aka SoftWareRevue)
iNET Community Coordinator

Got suggestions? Send me an e-mail:
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Hot threads in the community

  It happens. You do a job. You make some changes. Then you find a Client asking for a refund ... Read missjennifer08's experience in our Web Design and Content forum.

  Do you think having Live Chat on your site is important? Member hosting guru says Live chat is a must! Read what other members think in our Web Hosting Forum.

  Does three year billing term actually sell? is the question raised by techiways1 in our Running a Web Hosting Business forum.

  Is CSS overrated? Member Mekhu laments I miss my tables :( in WHT's Web Design and Content forum.

  Last month I mentioned iNET's acquisition of ABestWeb. This week WHT member charlier asks Affiliate program: How do they afford the big payouts? in our popular Running a Web Hosting Business forum.

This is a small sampling of great discussions going on now at WebHostingTalk.com. We can't possibly fit them all in this newsletter, so get in there and get involved!


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HostingCon Webinar Series

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If you were unable to attend the first HostingCon Webinar Series event, you can watch the webinar "Leverage Cloud Computing in Your Hosting Operation" for free in the HostingCon Webinar Archive.

Brian Farrow of Hivelocity and Bert Armijo of 3Tera did a fantastic job preparing and presenting the webinar content. A few of the topics covered in the webinar included the myths of cloud computing, the drivers of cloud computing adaptation, and the concerns of deploying a cloud computing infrastructure. If you own, operate, or are employed by an organization that is considering a move to the cloud, this webinar is one to watch!

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Web Hosting Wiki Spotlight

How to use article directories to promote your website

Writing articles for article directories is search engine optimization and search engine marketing combined. Having your articles published via article directories brings you backlinks and brings an already-interested audience to your site.

Read the rest of How to use article directories to promote your website.

See WHTwiki's featured article list.

There are over 200 community-authored articles about the web hosting industry in the Web Hosting Talk community wiki. Lend your experience and expertise in the wiki today!


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Change can be a challenge

HostingCon 2010 Registration Now Open

HostingCon Webinar Series



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