The (physical) evolution of
Hover customer service

Posted by in Blog, Inside Hover,

Over the past several weeks and weekends, the customer service team’s space has been overhauled at Hover HQ. Where previously cubicle walls and offices boxed much of the team in, the new floor plan is entirely open… with some spiffy new desks and chairs as part of the deal. Because it was a pretty momentous…

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Five tips for picking the perfect domain name

Posted by in Blog, How-to, Internet Tips,

With over 140 million domain names registered across the world and with tens of thousands more being registered every day, the odds of getting a single word domain name under any top level domain (TLD, everything after the dot) are slim, unless you’re willing to purchase a premium domain name. Looking just at the .com…

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Hover Personal Email in Mozilla Thunderbird

Posted by in Blog, Friends & Partners, Hover Product Features, How-to,

Today, Mozilla released the latest version of its Thunderbird email client complete with Hover personal email options built in. We’ve talked about our love of the Mozilla organization and its free Thunderbird email client previously. Now though, we have even more reason to be effusive in our praise. Among the excellent improvements to Thunderbird, you…

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CISPA and protecting your personal online freedom

Posted by in Blog, Industry News,

During the SOPA / PIPA debacle, Internet denizens came out in droves to beat the bills back and protect our collective online rights. We, as in the Internet at large, said that the battle was won but the war would continue. The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act is the latest attempt at an affront…

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What is a .asia domain name?

Posted by in All About TLDs, Blog,

Recently, we announced three new top-level domain names (TLDs) available to Hover customers. In that post, we promised a little more detail on each of these new domain names. This week, we start out with a look at the .asia domain name. In addition to opening a broader yet somehow more descriptive domain suffix than…

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