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Author: Justin Grey We get a lot of question from clients both future and present, and once in awhile we like to discuss them a little more in depth. One of which, is “why every restaurant should have a website”. While every business has the same general advantages of having a website, each type of business also has their own select “bonus” advantages to include. Websites not only allow a restaurant to share it’s existence with an extended part of the world (or community), but it allows them to create a unique experience for both their current and potential guests.…

Author: James Hrenak (Poc Network) Just a quick teaser post for everyone. www.pocnetwork.net proudly supports the Konami Code. What does this mean? You’ll have to figure it out for yourself, but I’ll give you one clue: you might find your answer in any section “besides” the blog. This post goes out to all those gamers in the world!

Poc Network representatives will be available tonight at Tommy Bahama’s in Town Square (Las Vegas) from 6PM to 8PM to discuss anything you want to know about Poc Network and it’s services. The even is hosted by Las Vegas Network For Professionals, and there will be a drawing where you can win 12 months of free web hosting as well as access to our templates to choose a free design of your choice. Business owners and representatives can register to attend the event at the door (the cost to attend is very low and comes with a complimentary drink and…

Author: Ryan Sanders (Poc Network) Today you learn a very quick tip when it comes to choosing the right font for your website! If you want to be taken serious, use a serious font. We get asked a lot by our clients when it comes to what font should be used on their pages, and 99% of the time our answer is the same. The best fonts to use are those that look best to the eye. In other words, stick to straight fonts like Arial, Helvetica and Trebuchet MS. Stay away from complicated fonts like cursive and artistic types.…

Authors: Ryan Sanders and James Hrenak (Poc Network) “Google today unveiled a new project to give its flagship search engine a social makeover.” (Kenneth Corbin – Internet News) Google recently mentioned it at the Web 2.0 conference as an upcoming project being worked on in Google Labs. Basically Google is trying to bring the two world of social and search together by including such material in your search results. Google will use information found in places like public Google Profiles, tweets from Twitter, and popular blogs to bring current news and discussion related to what you are searching for. Google…

Author: Ryan Sanders In our recent blog post we spoke about Twitter’s recent inclusion into Bing’s search results, but we didn’t even cover half of it. Not only will tweets from Twitter be displayed on Microsoft’s Bing in search results, but Google has also signed on to offer the same. Now both of the net’s currently most popular search engines will be serving tweets in their search results. Google’s Marissa Mayer says, “We believe that our search results and user experience will greatly benefit from the inclusion of this up-to-the-minute data, and we look forward to having a product that…

Author: Ryan Sanders (Poc Network) Well, if you don’t already know, Twitter is one of the greatest micro-blog websites known to the net. It not only brings many personal users together with their daily activities (can you say…stalker central?), but it is also known for it’s massive assistance in delivering up-to-date news and announcements for everything from world news to company/public announcements and promotions. Twitter is a great marketing tool to quickly push information out to the world, and now it is much easier to find this information. Microsoft has announced that starting today Bing will now offer real-time tweets…

Author: James Hrenak (Poc Network) For those that have been following us on Twitter, you probably noticed that a week or so ago our twitter account was temporarily suspended. We haven’t been able to determine yet why this happened as we do not, nor do we support any form of spam. We have only been able to come to the conclusion that the profile got caught in a mess of automated account suspensions due to Twitter’s automated anti-spam adventures. It could have been as simple as a word that was used in one of our reviews or announcements that Twitter’s…

Just in time for October’s Cyber Security Awareness Month, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has published a guide to help small businesses and organizations understand how to provide basic security for their information, systems and networks. NIST has also created a video that explores the reasons small businesses need to secure their data (at right). The guide, Small Business Information Security: The Fundamentals, was authored by Richard Kissel, who spends much of his time on the road teaching computer security to groups of small business owners ranging from tow truck operators to managers of hospitals, small manufacturers…

Author: Ryan Sanders (Poc Network) This week we have proudly announced our relationship to our new datacenter partner and have began moving accounts over to their new home. With eight (8) processors and a abundant supply of memory and storage each, our servers are now much faster, much larger and much more reliable. With these upgrades, they now have 2x the processing power as well as a nice boost in bandwidth. GO GREEN! To add to this great news, all of our servers are now 130% wind powered! That’s right! 130%! We’re not just neutralizing our environmental impact, we’re reversing…

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