DemoWolf to Exhibit at cPanel Conference 2011

(Ping! Zine Web Hosting Magazine) – In addition to last month’s announcement that DemoWolf will be exhibiting at HostingCon this summer, DemoWolf has just announced that they’ll be exhibiting at the cPanel Automation Bootcamp Conference, October 11-12 in Austin, Texas.

“We’re very excited to be a part of cPanel’s Automation Bootcamp” says Rob Moore, Founder/President of DemoWolf. “It’s a great opportunity to showcase our tutorials to cPanel users, as cPanel has always been one of our most requested applications for which to provide Flash tutorials.”

In fact, when DemoWolf first opened for business back in 2005, their very first “tutorial series” that was made available to hosting companies was an end-user series for cPanel. In the last 6 years, thousands of hosting providers have used DemoWolf’s tutorials to help their customers get the help they need in using cPanel themselves, which in turn has saved the hosting companies thousands of dollars in support costs. In those 6 years, DemoWolf has grown their tutorial inventory to well over 5,000 tutorials, all available for hosting companies to purchase and have “branded” with their logo, and installed in their websites.

“We continue to gear up for both HostingCon 2011 (August 10-12 in San Diego) and now the cPanel conference” continues Rob Moore, “as we have several new things planned for release at the shows. More to come later :)”

New DemoWolf Blog

Also this week, DemoWolf released a new “blog” section of their website. This will allow for easier communication of company news, new tutorial releases and other information and help guides, and integrates well with the new social media landscape companies currently find themselves in. Not only will it now be easier to search for and locate articles in the DemoWolf Blog, but each will be presented with Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn “share links” so you can easily share the articles with your colleagues. As part of this “website update” DemoWolf has also added these share links to many of the standard pages within