Email Confirmation Message Has Just Been Sent Out

August 16th, 2017 by Doteasy Hosting No comments »

Dear Doteasy customers, We have just sent out an email to all of our customers which prompts you to confirm your email address. As we are currently updating our records, we wish to ensure that the contact information in our files is accurate and up to date. Please look for the confirmation email in your […]


Studies Show You Need a Personal Website

December 20th, 2016 by Doteasy Hosting Blogger No comments »

When you’re applying for a job, you’re typically asked to send in your resume and a cover letter. But did you know that 53% of employers have reported that the resume alone does not provide enough information to determine if the candidate would be a good fit? Employers will often turn to the internet to […]


Take the Hassle out of Ecommerce and Start Selling Online

December 6th, 2016 by Doteasy Hosting Blogger No comments »

You usually need 3 things to sell products online: a shopping cart, an SSL certificate and a merchant account with a payment gateway. It sounds simple, but if you are new to ecommerce, you will discover that the opposite is often true.  Many shopping cart solutions are overly complicated and require some degree of technical […]


How to Easily Manage All of Your Domains on One Account

November 23rd, 2016 by Doteasy Hosting Blogger No comments »

Many of us own more than one domain. You may have registered a few domains with Doteasy. Perhaps, your web designer recommended a different registrar and you purchased a couple more domains with another registrar as part of their cannot-miss promotional special. As a result, your domain names are scattered across a number of different […]


Did You Know You Can Host Multiple Websites on One Hosting Plan at No Extra Cost?

November 9th, 2016 by Doteasy Hosting Blogger No comments »

If you own multiple domains, chances are you’ve signed up for multiple hosting accounts as well. Many of us are accustomed to thinking that each domain name needs its own hosting plan. But, just because you want to install WordPress on each of your domains doesn’t mean you need to purchase separate hosting accounts for […]