Helping The Disabled One Photo Walk At A Time

Posted on June 30, 2015 by in Blog | Friends & Partners

virtual photo walks

One cold winter day in 2011, John Butterill was out for his daily 40 minute walk near his home in Lindsay, Ontario, Canada. During this walk he was holding his camera in one hand and his phone in the other. All of a sudden, he looked at the two devices in a new way that…

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8 Sites That Really Should’ve Auto-Renewed Their Domain Names

Posted on June 25, 2015 by in Blog | Internet Tips | Just For Fun

Auto-Renew Domain Name

When you have a website, renewing your domain name is one of the most important things to remember to do. That’s why we at Hover send out many emails way before your domain is set to expire to make sure that you don’t forget to hold onto it. We also let you auto-renew your domain…

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Introducing Hover Connect

Posted on June 23, 2015 by in Blog | Hover Product Features

hover connect

Starting today, we’re making it easier to connect your domain name to your website. We call this new feature Hover Connect. Hover has always made it super easy to find and buy a domain name for your next idea, project or business. We’re also big believers in giving our customers the freedom to choose whatever…

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Help Save Domain Privacy

Posted on June 19, 2015 by in Blog | Industry News

domain name privacy

At Hover, we believe that privacy is a right — not an add-on feature. That’s why we offer free WHOIS privacy whenever possible to protect your personal information when registering a domain name. Unfortunately, there are events underway right now that could change the way that your privacy is protected. What Is WHOIS Privacy? For those…

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How a Surprise “Tonight Show” Appearance Led To AdviceToWriters.com

Posted on June 18, 2015 by in Blog | Friends & Partners

jon winokur advice to writers

In 1988, Jon Winokur was an emerging author with two published books to his credit. His latest release was The Portable Curmudgeon, a quirky collection of quotes, profiles and interviews from the world’s greatest cynics, critics and grouches, from H.L. Mencken to Groucho Marx. The book was by no means a best-seller. With a modest…

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