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ClickZ Server Change

About a year ago, Incisive Media acquired The ClickZ Network from Jupitermedia

About a year ago, Incisive Media acquired The ClickZ Network from Jupitermedia. Part of the purchase meant that Jupitermedia would continue to host ClickZ for a year. Time’s up and we’re finally moving. This is a heads-up that the change is about to happen.

The main ClickZ site will be moved in the wee hours of the morning. We were just told our DNS was changed. That means over the next day, people will be invisibly sent to the new servers hosting our content, rather than the old Jupitermedia-hosted ones.

If all goes well, you won’t notice a thing.

But chances are things will break. We have a lot of redirections in place and we’re checking to make sure that everything is working. Inevitably, something will probably go wrong.

Spotted a bug or a problem? Use this form and let us know. We’ll get it solved.

Finally, the the ClickZ News Blog hasn’t switched yet. That will happen in a few days. We’ll let you know when it does.

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