20 Embarrassing Things We All Do With Emails

Posted on April 23, 2015 by in Blog | Internet Tips | Just For Fun

Embarrassing-emails

-+*Email has been around for decades, yet amazingly we all seem to screw it up constantly. Typically, you won’t notice your mistakes until after you press the send button and it’s too late. Alternatively, you might not ever notice that you’ve been doing it wrong this whole time. But don’t worry — we’re here to…

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Hover Stories: GeekDad & GeekMom’s Ken Denmead & Natania Barron

Posted on April 22, 2015 by in Blog | Friends & Partners

GeekMom-GeekDad

-+*It’s a great time to be a geek. Not too long ago, it used to be that if you were passionate about something that was outside of the norm, you needed to hide this from others at all costs; otherwise, you risked being made fun of by those around you. “When I was in school,”…

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Top 20 gTLDs: April 13 – 19, 2015

Posted on April 20, 2015 by in All About TLDs | Blog

Top-gTLDs

-+*There are a lot of TLDs out there. To help sort through them all, we like to keep an eye on which ones Hover customers are choosing the most. This week the charts have gone to a new frontier — the final frontier, to be exact, with .SPACE debuting at number 19! Check out the…

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10 Ways To Make Your Email Signature Better

Posted on April 17, 2015 by in Blog | Internet Tips

Email-Signature

-+*Email signatures are one of the most overlooked parts of online communication. Some people go to town and cram all 100 ways to get a hold of them in their signature; others don’t put anything at all. Chances are you thought about what to do with your signature once and then forgot all about it….

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Hover Stories: Shauna James Ahern from Gluten-Free Girl

Posted on April 16, 2015 by in Blog | Friends & Partners

Shauna-Ahern-Hover-Story

-+*In 2005, Shauna James (now Shauna James Ahern) was incredibly sick and could not figure out what the reason was. She needed 18 hours of sleep a day, had a chronic stomach ache and was depressed. Searching far and wide for answers, her condition perplexed both her and her doctors — no one could figure out…

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