Category Archives for How-To Guides

How To Put Your DemoWolf Videos In Your WHMCS Knowledgebase

This video walks you through the steps needed to get your DemoWolf video tutorials into your WHMCS Knowledgebase, using our custom developed SQL file import method for WHMCS. WHMCS is a very popular

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How To Put Your DemoWolf Videos In Your ZenDesk Knowledgebase

This video walks you through the steps needed to get your DemoWolf video tutorials into your ZenDesk Knowledgebase, using our ZenDesk API Importer. ZenDesk is a popular support solution that companies

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How To Put Your DemoWolf Videos In Your FreshDesk Knowledgebase

This video walks you through the steps needed to get your DemoWolf video tutorials into your FreshDesk Knowledgebase, using our FreshDesk API Importer. FreshDesk is a complete support solution that companies

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How To Put Your DemoWolf Videos Into Your Kayako Help Center

This video walks you through the steps needed to get DemoWolf video tutorials into your Kayako Help Center, using our Kayako API Importer. Kayako is a support system often used by hosting companies to

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Getting Started Guide – PRO Plan

This getting started guide is for PRO Plan members, and provides an overview of the steps you have to take to get our video tutorials into your website so your customers can take advantage of them. If

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Getting Started Guide – FREE Plan

This getting started guide is for FREE Plan members, and provides an overview of the steps you have to take to get our video tutorials into your website so your customers can take advantage of them. If

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Getting Your DemoWolf Videos Into Your WHMCS Client Area

WHMCS is a popular billing and automation system for web hosting companies. It includes invoicing, a support ticketing system and a knowledgebase… and it integrates with popular hosting control panels

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Getting Your DemoWolf Videos Into Your WordPress Website

I just did a quick search on google, and as of right now there are an estimated 74 million websites running on WordPress, accounting for about 25% of all websites in the world. For novice bloggers it can

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