• Who's The REAL Data Privacy Giant?

    Facebook is just one of many worries

    Some of what's collected by other companies is outright panic worthy, and we approved it... ...more

  • Hacks Went up 32% in 2017 Says Google

    It happens so often to websites

    Hacks are rising fast this year too but sometimes it's too late before we even know ...more

  • What? Did you just call my plugin CRAP?

    Amid controversy, providers are blackisting Wordpress plugins

    Customers are angry but ISPs are forced to put their foot down ...more

  • SSL is now FREE with all Email and Hosting!

    Google wants it, you need it, so it's time.

    COOLCOM; the 1st and only firm to include SSL with all accounts. Save LITERALLY $100s ...more

  • 1 GDPR Privacy Compliance It's how we've always rolled.
  • 2 GMail, Outlook, Yahoo - Bad for Business Bad for Privacy
  • 3 Seven super important letters to web by; "b a c k u p s"
  • 4 Google wants it, sites need it SSL Secure is now FREE.
  • 5 Uhhh... So Why Exactly Should I "LIKE" you anyway??
  • 6 The Most Common Reason for Domain Loss is your control.
  • 7 Here I am, Dishing out another "Bad Webmaster" Body Slam ;)
  • GDPR Privacy Compliance It's how we've always rolled.

    Yes, other registries do charge for privacy, most upward of

    $10 to $12 per year, per domain. WHY then, would we give it away? Because we take issue with THE LIST. the COOLCOM group already made the move to Private Registrations by Default ...more

  • GMail, Outlook, Yahoo - Bad for Business Bad for Privacy

    Free email boxes are costing you more...

    Did we really think this free stuff is out of the goodness of the hearts of conglomerates or have we learned something from Facebook's scandal? Free mail, even business level at these suppliers was once a go-to ...more

  • Seven super important letters to web by; "b a c k u p s"

    Security is the new unlimited today.

    With website hacks reported as skyrocketing and security becoming the number one concern of Google and other "Business Necessary Entities" WAY Backups are Coolcom's newest inclusion. ...more

  • Google wants it, sites need it SSL Secure is now FREE.

    Google says it's become pending need.

    With security becoming a top priority, and also a ranking criteris, the time has come for all site owners to put it on top of their own list. We noticed, and now offer SSL free. ...more

  • Uhhh... So Why Exactly Should I "LIKE" you anyway??

    If the Pied Piper was around today

    If the Pied Piper was around today, he'd be "that guy" the Social Media wiz sought after by most every retail and service based corporation on the advertising block ...more

  • The Most Common Reason for Domain Loss is your control.

    Your Site Went Down, Business Halted"

    And the worst part is, you had the ability all along to prevent the damage of temporary outage due to domain expiry. The key is to keep this one piece of info updated always. ...more

  • Here I am, Dishing out another "Bad Webmaster" Body Slam ;)

    Blame Poorly trained webmasters, registrars with hidden agendas

    Yes, I do business with some fabulous webmasters… and some highly skilled IT people. They're problem solvers and solution providers. They create energy and success. They don’t point fingers. ...more

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Webmaster workbench: Getting Facebook Likes

Much ado about Marketing

Your Facebook page is your marketing mainline; make sure it performs..

More on Facebook from JoCool

Is Social Media ever a safe & private space?

The truth about the settings

No matter how much you fiddle with settings there is still the agreement..

JoCool on Social Media Privacy

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