Welcome to A Small Orange’s first newsletter! As always, we promise to keep our content short and relevant.
What’s New We’ve launched fresher, faster, and more fruitful dedicated server plans! Our new dedicated boxes are more powerful and reliable than their illustrious predecessors, but our pricing has remained just as affordable as before. Our new plans are still backed by the strongest customer support in the industry. If you’re looking for the best value for a managed, dedicated server, have a look at our new plans. What’s Next
We are going to be improving our Cloud hosting offerings in the near future. We're looking to improve your ability to manage your own account and make it possible for you to scale resources automatically. We'll also be looking into hourly pricing and ways to give you more flexibility when designing your plans. These changes should make your Cloud hosting account more powerful and flexible.Featured Offer We’ve recently partnered with Spring Metrics because their innovative new software platform simplifies conversion tracking for your website. With Spring Metrics, you can see where your conversions come from so that you can invest in the marketing channels that actually grow your business. Instead of burying you under millions of meaningless data points, Spring Metrics shows you which marketing channels work the best, so you can focus on growing your business. You can compare online marketing channels, sources keywords and more by the actual revenue they generate. Do you wonder if Facebook is generating revenue? Now you can know. If you’re interested in trying Spring Metrics for free, you can sign up here. A Small Orange Team Update This month, A Small Orange Director of Operations, Jen Lepp, spoke at the Annual cPanel conference in Austin, TX. Her presentation focused on how we use new technology to balance resources across our shared hosting network. For more on the cPanel Conference. check out our recent blog post. A Small Orange also volunteered at the Ronald McDonald House. Team members in Texas gave out snacks - we wanted to do more, but volunteer opportunities at the Austin Ronald McDonald House were booked solid. A Small Orange’s North Carolina team sponsored dinner for guests of the Ronald McDonald House in Durham, and we’ve posted pictures from the event on Flickr. If you’re interested in learning how you can help your local Ronald McDonald house, visit their official website. We welcome your feedback. If you have any questions or comment, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for reading! We'll be in touch next month. A Small Orange Team Sign up for our Monthly Community Newsletter