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Published by: on 04-09-2014
Every once in a while I come across other articles - usually under the Top "x" number of items to insert into your website. Today I found one such article and it adds a few more items to the list.
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Published by: on 12-19-2013
Here are instructions to set up a Google Authorship profile.
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Published by: on 10-24-2013

Current Situation: Client has a website and their email is not being managed by their hosting company. This means they are using a 3rd party email hosting company.

Problem: When someone fills out the contact form on the website, the email confirmation that is being sent to the client's email at its own domain, is not arriving. (Sorry for the convoluted English but it's a tough problem to write out). So the example is wants email confirms to go to someone with an email and the emails are just not showing up in their POP account. To be clear, the email confirmations to the customer's email address are arriving.

Solution: Below we are presenting how this problem can be solved if you are hosting with a CPANEL based server platform. The 3 screenshots below highlight the steps taken to simply add an MX record to the hosting account which tells the server what it needs to know to send the confirmations to the client's email accounts that have the same name as the domain.

First step is to login to CPANEL and get to the DNS Zone area.

This is where you access the DNS Zone which gives you access to the MX record settings inside CPANEL

This is what you set the MX record to be for the client's domain:

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Published by: Jason Ciment on 07-03-2013
Our very own CEO and fearless leader, Jason Ciment, is featured on Search Engine Journal today!

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Published by: Jason Ciment on 12-19-2012
With the steady rise in sales of smartphones and tablets, we have noticed a rising trend in requests to design websites that are compatible with these different platforms. 2012 has been a year where we have been introduced to countless new laptops, smartphones and tablets, which each carry their own different screen sizes and resolutions. Why separately design a website for each different screen, when you can design a site that has the ability to instantly adapt to these different devices. The traditional method of website design for each separate platform may soon become a thing of the past with the introduction of Responsive Web Design (RWD). Read the rest of this blog post
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