Tools

Handy DNS Tools

DNS, in general, has always been an intimidating topic for me. But the more you practice and work with it, the easier it gets! The following list of tools helps make my life easier when changing records, troubleshooting errors, etc. What’sMyDNS Going to What’sMyDNS.com is super useful if you want to check the status of DNS records during a move.…

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Tools

Featured App: Airmail

Just wanted to pop in quick to say that if you’re in the market for a great email client, I highly recommend checking out Airmail. I’ve been using it for a couple of months now per a recommendation from Tim, and haven’t looked back since! I’ve somehow found myself in a position where I’m managing 5 email accounts, so I…

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From Asana to Suite CRM

One of my first changes that I established at Reclaim Hosting after being hired was moving all of our customer relationship content into Asana. (It was actually one of my first posts, too!) Fast forward a couple of years– I’m now transitioning Reclaim out of Asana and into Suite CRM. Let me preface this post by saying the following: I love…

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HR, Tools

Summer Cleaning: Kin HR

I was chatting with the team a few days ago about an internal vs. external focus within Reclaim, and always making sure there’s some sort of balance happening there. The last few months have largely been consumed by launching a sister web hosting company, hosting a two-day event out of state, and phases of heavy support. I consider this external.…

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Reclaim Merchandise, Tools

Featured: Casetify

My discovery of Casetify is the result of goofing around on a quiet Friday afternoon. I had just recently inherited my dad’s iPhone 6plus (he wanted the 7+) so I was on the hunt for a new phone case. Bryan Mathers has been doing some really awesome work for the Reclaim brand, so I thought it might be fun to…

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Tools

Emoji Domain- 📍🇪🇸.ws

This weekend, I finally decided to jump on the bandwagon (if you can even call it that) and snag an emoji domain. Lol. How to Register an Emoji Domain First things first, you need to choose what you want. Chances are you’ll need to have at least two emojis in your new URL since it’s likely that single emoji domains…

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Capture, Annotate and Share Screenshots

Newest app worth looking into: Annotate I’ve been using this app for a couple of months, per Tim‘s discovery, and it rocks. As both the title of this post and the tagline of the app suggest, Annotate really does change the name of the game in the world of screenshotting. ^Annotate allows you box out the part of a screenshot that…

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Magnet: Window Manager for Mac

If you know me at all, you know that I’m all about trying to find the most productive & time efficient way to get from point A to point B– especially when it comes to my job and technology. This can be a slippery slope however, when one day you wake up and realize that your planning tools to “stay…

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Static HTML Contact Forms

Continuing with yesterday’s post about building your website around an HTML5 Up template, I wanted to tackle other features on the site. Yesterday I showed how to go about uploading a template to your file manager, and I explained how to make a few basic changes including editing your browser tab title & fixing how your header title links back to your homepage. I also…

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Site Publisher & HTML 5 UP

Who else is loving the new Site Publisher feature on cPanel? (If you’re not sure what I’m talking about, check out cPanel’s blog post I Just Want a Site.) I’ve just recently had a chance to start playing around with it- so cool! The one noteworthy item to mention beforehand: Site Publisher is great for it’s intended purpose, to get a site…

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