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“Strong online presence is a necessity in today’s market”-Kelly Meeneghan, 1&1 Internet

If you haven’t been living under a rock for decades, there’s no need to introduce you to 1&1 Internet, Inc., one of the largest web hosting providers in the world. With strongest small business customer base in the web hosting arena, 1&1 is one of the few Web Hosting providers who have taken an initiative to support renewable energy programs and provide Green web hosting. Considering the presence of the company in 13 countries and a large number of Data Centers it has around the world, it is indeed a tough task to pull off; but 1 and 1 has done it with panache. One of the only web hosting providers to use TV to advertise its services, 1&1 recently released a new Ad highlighting must have elements for online success. So we reached out to them for an interview and the...

1&1 Airs New TV Advertisement Highlighting Must-Have Elements for Online Success

1&1 Internet, a leading Web Hosting provider who was very recently in news with appointment of Mr. Robert Hoffmann as New CEO of Hosting, yesterday  launched an innovative new TV advertisement by. In complete contrast of  a recent much talked about crass Ad which raised a few eyebrows, 1 &1’s Ad focuses on the content. Building upon the success of the debut ad for 1&1 MyWebsite – an easy online application that creates an attractive and highly-tailored business website in minutes – 1&1’s new TV ad highlights must-have elements for online success, including Search Engine Optimization, Social Media and powerful Web applications to enhance functionality.  With just a few clicks, 1&1 offers any level of user “a website created by you”. Our latest TV ad is both upbeat ...

Google Chrome ranks as UK’s second most popular web browser

Google Chrome, the Google’s browser, becomes the second most popular browser of Britain. It clearly indicates the growing use of Chrome in UK. According to the web metrics firm Statcounter, “Three years after launch, Chrome last month captured 22% of UK users and marginally overtook Mozilla’s Firefox browser. Microsoft’s Internet Explorer remains as the most popular browser for UK users with 45% wherein Apple’s Safari is UK number four, with a 9% share. Microsoft Internet Explorer comes pre-installed with almost all of computers sold in Britain. It is the reason that is attributed to its ranking. Google’s success is attributed to its nationwide advertising along with the speed of the browser. Lars Bak, the Google engineer responsible for Chrome, said the goal had never been to ...

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