Introduction DNS is probably one of the most confusing parts of hosting a website, email or any other online service. As a website owner, you may from time to time need to update some records in your DNS. This can be risky, as a small error in your DNS records and...
Introduction One of the most common questions we get here at the swamp (particularly when we are enthusing about what we do) is “What actually is web hosting?”. This usually leaves us in a bit of a flummox. So we decided to write a little blog to try to get across...
Don’t Forget Your Email Address You work hard in setting up your business, invest in the equipment you need, a nice new website and work hard getting your social media up to speed. However, for many small businesses, the one thing they forget is how their email...
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The First Step to Creating a Great Business When I first got the idea of setting up my company, the initial challenge was thinking up a business name for my new venture. I spent many an hour, sat in my swamp, racking my brain trying to come up with a name, that was...
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