TecnoSquad in the mainstream press and the importance of a proper hosting

November 26, 2007 at 10:58 pm 2 comments

Today TecnoSquad was mentioned by El Mercurio, as one of the most well designed weblogs in Chile. El Mercurio, as I´ve told you, is probably the most important newspaper in our country, and this mention indeed flatten us. TecnoSquad received it´s facelift just about a month ago, and we are already working with the guys at the design studio on the new design for ChileHardware. Two or three years ago, ChileHardware was mentioned by El Mercurio as one of the most important websites in Chile, the only critic they had was it was quite ugly. Now I hope they change their opinion 😛


Unfortunately the designers working on our sites, today learned a valuable lesson. This is something I repeat everyday, and is the importance of a proper webhosting. Another site they designed – and in fact they own – was mentioned in the article, also, by visiting TecnoSquad, our readers can reach them, because they have their credits in the footer. The problem is today both, their corporate website and their award winning design website are down. If they where online, I´m sure they would have had more traffic compared to an ordinary day and why not, maybe even find a new client or two.


Entry filed under: Dot Com Biz.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. fitodotnet  |  November 26, 2007 at 11:29 pm

    excelent work!

  • 2. Magdalena  |  April 23, 2008 at 12:46 am

    Congrats! che muy bueno….jaja no puedo dejar de decirlo en español. Vamos shi shi shi le le le…
    (sí soy argentina…)


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