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Be the life of the (web) party with these funny domain names
Oct. 10, 2017 | GoDaddy Garage
This humorous post attempts to drive readers to GoDaddy’s domain search.
“Here’s a good example: stupid.com. Tell me you aren’t going to check out the website behind that domain. Turns out, it’s a gag shop that gets visitors in a goofy mood before even seeing the home page. OK, here’s another one: cosplaysky.com. You probably caught on it was about cosplay, but were you imagining fanciful costumes, or an anime character standing in the rain, bellowing STELLAAA? (Haunting is what that is.)”
Crank it up: How to sell music online with a website in 4 easy steps
Sept. 5, 2017 | GoDaddy Garage
An SEO-optimized post aims to generate leads among musicians looking for an eCommerce appplication.
“You’ll need a website that lets you piece together all your photos, lyrics and tracks, but you’ll need eCommerce functionality to sell music online. If a website, by itself, were a towering stack of amplifiers, eCommerce functionality would be the fuzz pedal that turns an otherwise boring series of notes into the searing intro to Purple Haze.”
featurefocus: ADD Self-Service
April 18, 2016 | Ipro Tech
These popular infographics included screenshots and feature descriptions to demonstrate the advantage of Ipro Tech products at key stages of the eDiscovery workflow.
5 Must-Follow Best Practices for Implementing New eDiscovery Technology
April 17, 2016 | Ipro Tech
Ghostwritten for the Senior Support Director, this post addressed implementing new technology while avoiding pitfalls.
“There’s no question any organization can benefit from new eDiscovery technology. However, it’s still important to keep in mind this requires more than just making a purchase. To fully reap all the benefits (and avoid disrupted productivity), there are best practices that an organization should keep in mind when bringing in the latest technology.”
3 Ways to Control eDiscovery Costs
Mar. 30, 2016 | Ipro Tech
Ghostwritten for the President & CEO, this post encouraged existing and potential customers to consider cloud hosting when they licensed products from Ipro Tech.
“There’s no “magic bullet” that will fractionalize eDiscovery costs, but that’s not to downplay the importance of chipping away at them. According to Norton Rose Fulbright’s 2016 Litigation Trends Annual Survey, on average litigation spend can account for at least 0.1 percent of revenue for companies worldwide. And because discovery can eat up more than 50 percent of the cost of litigation, it’s understandable that respondents were wary of eDiscovery spending.”
Top 4 Reasons for Moving to Cloud eDiscovery
April 3, 2016 | Ipro Tech
Ghostwritten for the President & CEO, this post highlighted Ipro Tech’s flexible pricing models against a backdrop of industry trends.<
“…In some industries folks aren’t so quick to fall in love with the latest technology, and law is certainly one of them. That means early adopters of new legal technology — when it eventually proves essential — will hold significant advantages over those who maintain wait-and-see attitudes. Cloud eDiscovery is a perfect example. With that in mind, I’d like to present what are (in my humble opinion) four of the biggest reasons for moving to a solution like the Ipro Cloud.”
One Day Labs: Affordable website design… in one day
Sept. 12, 2016 | GoDaddy Garage Blog
This profile of a GoDaddy customer subtly positioned her startup around GoDaddy products and support.
“Too many times these days, finding affordable website design has become a race to the bottom. The new paradigm sees potential clients scrambling to find their cheapest available option (often sourced overseas), and then crossing their fingers in hopes it’ll yield an online presence they can live with. Direction, communication and feedback are pretty much out the window.”
Saying & Doing: Websites vs. WordPress Design
Jan. 11, 2016 | GoDaddy Support Blog
This internal-only post helped our sales force get customers into the right design product.
“When you’re consulting customers about Professional Web Services, listen carefully for clues to match them with the right products. The key isn’t just figuring out what the website should say, but also what it needs to do.”
A Lasting Partnership with GoDaddy
Apr. 27, 2012 | GoDaddy Support Blog
This public-facing post was directed at users of a free website service discontinued that year.<
“Looking for a new partner to establish your business online? You’re at the right place. Go Daddy is the largest registrar of domains names, and provider of hosting and SSL certificates. But being the biggest never means we lose sight of what you need as an individual. We’re a partner to more than 10 million customers. That didn’t happen by accident.”
Nice Mobile Device. Don’t Forget Email!
Dec. 21, 2012 | GoDaddy Support Blog
This public-facing post anticipated mobile devices as holiday gifts.
“Hope you got a brand-new mobile device for the holidays. They’re pretty amazing. These days, it seems like everyone is wired to a mobile device, such as tablets and smartphones. They’re so cool, it’s almost easy to lose yourself in all those amazing features. And all of those devices come loaded with email clients.”
Happy End of Days
Dec. 20, 2012 | GoDaddy Internal Blog
This post for the GoDaddy sales force aimed to boost readership by offering purely entertaining content.
“Oh, wait, do you even know about science? The Mayan Long Count Calendar measures a cycle of 394-year-ish periods called b’ak’tun. We’re on our 13th b’ak’tun, the last in the cycle, which happens to end Dec. 21. That’s important because, according to the Mayan creation story, our universe ends after 13 b’ak’tuns, or 5,000-ish years. It’s like that time at Joanie and Chachi’s wedding when Howard made the toast, saying, ‘To happy days.’ And then the series ended.”
Workspace & Windows 8: Minor Issues
Dec. 14, 2012 | GoDaddy Internal Blog
This post for the GoDaddy sales force provided a work-around while developers created a long-term fix.
“If customers call with weird issues related to Calendar, Online Storage or Workspace Webmail, it’s a good idea to ask which operating system they’re using. There are a few known issues, very minor in scope, produced when customers use our Workspace applications on devices running Windows 8. Our development team is working to resolve these issues as quickly as possible.”