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By host on 4/26/2010 11:55 AM

John writes:


Our web sites are very easy to work with once the initial design is complete and the content is transferred from your old site.  One comment that we get from many of our clients is that we make them look “smart.”  We take that as a high compliment and assure them that we will continue making them look smart through our personal tech support, whether it's on the phone or creation of step-by-step tutorials.  We realize that finding the answer to every question in the manual can sometimes be a daunting task--as is every manual I've ever encountered.  

By host on 4/23/2010 9:13 AM


Anel writes:

When my kids were growing up they used to complain, "Mom, everywhere we go you know someone. And if you don't know someone, you make sure you meet someone before we leave!" Okay, I'm a rabid people person. Got it.

But don't you think that's why most people are involved in clubs? With all the studies I've read about clubs and organizations, the social aspect of club membership seems to be the number one reason for joining. It feels good to join a group of people who share your "passion" for something.

By host on 4/19/2010 7:28 AM

Anel writes:

Remember when you were a kid starting a new year of school?  One of my fondest memories was of buying school supplies.  Big Chief tablets, pencils, protractors, erasers…and my mom insisted that I have the biggest box of crayons that the stores offered.  Lucky me.  I guess she imprinted me at an early age to love color. 

By host on 4/16/2010 8:22 AM

John writes:


I figured I’d jump in with a little technical information, since this question crops up often. 


This is a very simplistic explanation of the difference between domain name registration and website hosting, while more in depth and exhaustive explanations can be found on Wikipedia or through an internet search on the subjects.  We wanted to present this information because there is sometimes confusion between the two, and who has to be paid for each, as they are different.

By host on 4/13/2010 9:11 AM

Anel writes: 

Being a member of a club can be a very fulfilling experience until the day the job of keeping up with your membership data is either passed on to you or plopped in your lap!  The joy of sharing your passion with like-minded folks can turn sour very quickly.  The good news is that it doesn’t have to be that way.  A well-designed CMS (Content Management System) built into your website can not only keep your membership data organized, but can save you a lot of grief.

By host on 4/8/2010 7:24 AM

Anel writes:

Ten years ago, having a website to represent your club was a luxury.  Five years ago, having a club website was nice, but not essential.  Today, your group’s website is critical for the growth and success of your club.  In fact, we’d wager to say that, nowadays a club that does not have a website, is destined for extinction.

By host on 4/6/2010 12:17 PM

Anel writes:

The beginning is always tough.  You want to know who we are, why we do what we do, why we chose this “he said/she said” format, and most importantly, do we actually have something worthwhile to say that you’d be interested in reading.  We get it.

By host on 4/4/2010 7:41 AM

John writes:

There are a few things that I look for when I go to a web site for the first time.  If these things are missing, or, are hard to find, I won’t visit the site again.  It has absolutely nothing to do with the company or organization.  If the website becomes painful to read, interpret or navigate, I really prefer to not return and will look for my information elsewhere.


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