We recently launched a survey, as we’re sure you’re interested to find out where you compare to the average website owner in promoting their online business. There is a confusing array of options out there for you to attract a bunch of web visitors and clients for your online start-up business, so where are people hedging their bets and placing their money – if at all?
In this Google Hangout we’ll be joined by some Online Marketing tool representatives from the SEO, and Social Media world to help you decipher what it all means and where you could be best off budgeting for your self promotion. Bookmark this post and come back later as we update the key attendees you’ll be getting direct access to ask those burning questions in this free session!
Add the calendar below to make sure you don’t miss this great opportunity to join in and find out as we reveal for the first time some interesting stats on where you told us you prioritize your time on the world-wide-web!
Join us here! –> InMotion Hosting’s Google+ Page
Simply hit the ‘Hangout’ Button to join in.
Where? InMotion Hosting G+
When? Wednesday 9th May 2012 –> Add this date to your calendar here
Hi, and THANK YOU for spending the time to contribute a bit of research that we’ll later present as a set of infographics. We want to help you find out how you compare to the average web hosted business owner in terms of your investment in time and money on the web. There’s hundreds of tools and tweaks you can apply to getting customers to your website, but how do all these techniques really stack up where it really counts? – And that’s if you use them or not! The form is completely anonymous, and we bet you’re dying to know if you’re the average spender or tight purse when it comes to marketing your business online. So, How much do you really spend? Check back to our blog http://inmotionhosting.com/blog to see the results soon!
IMH is taunting our techie knowledge-base this week as we flew in Trey from our Virginia Beach office to take the lead with training our new associates here in Los Angeles.
We have recently increased our Los Angeles division with new hires to manage our ever-growing server systems. Rather like Jordie LaForge heads up engineering of Star Trek, we had Trey to bring our guys up to speed with hands on training while under Nerf Gun attack from the marketing department.
His specialty is the systems-specific, advanced-level training, which comprises mostly of investigative analysis work to proactively reach out to our customers before they hit a resource issue. Our Systems team are the core the company stands on and will handle customers who may have advanced concerns like being unable to handle server problems themselves in case they couldn’t figure out their root access.
Trey is successfully flying home to Virginia Beach this evening after commenting
“Well the turbulent weather wasn’t expected from LA” – Yes we had ‘electrical storms’ here! “…and I think I successfully trained our systems core team to manage any high pressure situations” – (That marketing team improvised and simulated using Nerf guns from across the office heheh.)
Office Party Friday!
We were all excited to unveil to the masses the office space we had worked so hard at into making our own. The doors opened to the office kids (children and friends of the Owner and Associates of the company) who were already pretty familiar with showing us around our
playroom work space.
A recurring theme in and throughout the office are colored big-ball lighting arrangements, yoga balls, and koosh balls. Something already in place before the party started but set the fun theme up for our guests.
We had our own bartender, buffet, and rolling TVs set up to distract us from working while the guests poured in from building management to neighbors and friends.
We’ve moved! There’s been quite an effort put on by our West Coast team to make our new office our home away from home.
The entire office was hands-on and inspirit with getting settled in, breaking the usual routine of working at the desk. Everyone took the time to figure out their Krypton Factor with assembling the IKEA furniture; and a few of us anticipated office deliveries as if it were Christmas time. Not to mention, we’ve all joined in to have our say with everything from changing light bulbs (Yes! How many office managers does it take to change a light bulb?) to hanging artwork on the walls. It’s been light fun, but underneath we really respect the extra effort our colleagues have put in just to make this a smooth move.
The 5,200 sq. ft. office space in Los Angeles hosts the Marketing HQ, and is not to be confused with our 18,000+ sq. ft. Virginia office which houses our heroic 24/7 call center and team of some 150+ associates! More pictures to come in a later post.
Not only is the creative space updated to reflect our aspirations of the modern workplace, but we think the move has culturally refreshed our team-spirited atmosphere. We can all pride ourselves with ownership of the office, and that certainly helps out when it comes to keeping the new kitchen clean. Sorry, I meant keeping the open office space tidy! You know, ’cause we’re not all office computer geeks that live on ramen noodles over here.
A few things we’d like to rave about that really make this office a cool place to work are:
- Scribble walls for Whiteboard Wednesdays, where anything rules, nothing is wrong and allows for creative thinking!
- Screen projector (which one of our team members fitted out with Apple TV) so we can broadcast our ideas to the group via our laptops, iPads and iPhones.
- Rolling TVs! For holding “Wizard of Oz” Skype conferences with big-heads back in our Virginia office.
- Scrabble. It fills our open office suite.
We’ve had the building management conducting tours of our office space up on 11th floor heaven just because we’re too cool tenants.
Check out some of the photos below:
Today we’re proud to announce the launch of our brand new VPS products which feature double the memory and 50% more transfer bandwidth. The best part is, if you’re an existing InMotion Hosting VPS customer, you’ve automatically been upgraded for FREE!
At InMotion we are committed to constantly improving our web hosting, and in many cases, particularly with technology, customers may not even realize the work we are doing. This time, though, the improvements in our VPS Hosting line provides significant additional capacity for our customers to use. This is really exciting and, even if our customers don’t require it at the moment, they are ready for growth in the future.
- Todd Robinson, CEO of InMotion Hosting
The VPS hosting plans also include burstable memory, which allows the VPS to scale beyond its dedicated RAM usage during peak traffic periods.
We’ve had a steady stream of happy upgrade customers in our Twitter responses, check them out here!