Jul 18, 2007 • Daniel Monday
If you want a professional-looking web site, whether you’re a blogger or a small- to medium-sized business, you probably want your own domain. And in that case, you’ll want to work with a web host who understands your problems and offers intuitive tools. That’s where Slamdot comes in.
Slamdot recently launched a new control panel that it built based on web 2.0 technologies. Designed with user-friendliness in mind, the panel integrates billing, support, hosting and domain name management into a single AJAX-based tool. Best of all, you only need one username and password to access all of its features.
Terri continues further in her article:
In addition to the context-appropriate FAQs, a search box for help is available on practically every screen. Slamdot has set up a pretty comprehensive help site for its users, with plenty of FAQs and articles to explain topics. I get the general impression that the company is very open to feedback and quickly answers questions. To give you a little example, when I pointed out a discrepancy between Slamdot’s web site and its press release, the web site was quickly corrected (by “quickly” I mean within ten minutes).