5. WPEngine This is a web hosting service solely created for WordPress. WPEngine is VIP WordPress hosting. What makes this service absolutely desirable is its hassle-free hosting, which offers fast and robust servers that can take care of almost anything. What sets it apart from the rest is its amazing customer service. One can rest assured of their website’s security, since once on WPEngine, your website is practically hacker proof! … [Read more...] about Episode 4: Best WordPress Hosts for Your Blog
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WordPress is one of best CMS that is used worldwide. The reason being is it has got all the things that we require. The first and the foremost thing is that it’s easy to use and one can easily set it up. Even if the user isn’t tech savvy, the WordPress hosting providers are nowadays using the one-click installations which made it really easier to install and set up the WordPress website. … [Read more...] about 10 Best Blogging Platform Sites for Beginners
Choosing the Best CMS Now, let’s move on to the choosing the best cms for blogging. When it comes to CMS, all can be considered as the best. But since we are looking for a best blogging platform for beginners, We are looking for the features like easiness, multiple layouts, awesome support, good performance and as less coding is possible. … [Read more...] about 10 Best Blogging Platform Sites for Beginners Blogger
Penalized: Knowingly or Unknowingly! Sometimes an unscrupulous marketer–and I don’t use the term SEO here because in my book, search engine optimization does not include underhanded tricks of any kind–will use a technique that he knows may have a backlash later on, in order to achieve short- term gains to impress site owners. He or she will do this on the assumption that by the time the penalty is served up by Google, he or she will be long gone and no one will know what happened (and maybe even call said marketer back and pay them more money to sort it out). … [Read more...] about Is Your Site Under Google Penalty?
Although Tumblr users had the ability to fumble around with GIF formats since it’s conception in 2007, Tumblr engineers explain that they really hadn’t come up with a usable way to include GIFs until 2014. Twitter adopted GIF content in 2014 as well. By 2015 Facebook was allowing this type of content for it’s mobile users both in the newsfeed and profile photo features. Just last year, Hulu, a leader in online video content, launched it’s own search engine dedicated solely to GIF content. GIF content is continuing to take social media by storm. News sites are also catching on. … [Read more...] about SEO Best Practices When Using GIFs