cPanel Launches Official Podcast Series

August 5, 2010 by  

Web Host ServicesHouston, TX – cPanel officially launched its podcast series Sunday, August 1, 2010, The cPanel team added this new multimedia addition to provide listeners with practical instruction for improving their websites.

Every two weeks, Technical Writer Lindsey White will interview cPanel experts and investigate a variety of subjects to help listeners learn more about cPanel products.

“I plan to explore a wide range of web-related topics to help website owners perfect their sites,” White said.

The cPanel podcast team will release a new episode on a bi-weekly basis as well as offer information about the next episode via the podcast site. There is a pre-released schedule for the first three podcasts in the series, which includes:

Episode 1- “How to Install WordPress in cPanel,” will go through the basic steps to help answer this commonly asked question. This podcast became available August 1, 2010.

Episode 2- “Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Certificates Demystified,” will look at how SSL certificates can be used to make a website more secure. This podcast will be available August 15, 2010.

Episode 3- “Installing Custom Web Applications,” will provide listeners with insight into the process of installing web applications in cPanel. This podcast will be available September 1, 2010.

Podcast episodes will be available via direct download from the cPanel Podcast site. Listeners will also have the option to subscribe via RSS feed or through iTunes.

Listeners may visit for more information about the cPanel podcast series.

About cPanel
Since 1997, cPanel has been a leading innovator and developer of control panel software for the web hosting industry. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, cPanel builds software that allows web host professional to transform standalone servers into fully automated point-and-click web hosting platforms. cPanel licensed software allows owners of servers and websites, along with resellers and developers, to optimize their technical resources and replace tedious shell-oriented tasks with dynamic, intuitive web-based interfaces.

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