3. SiteGround Offering a plethora of services like WordPress hosting, shared hosting, cloud hosting and VPS hosting, SiteGround is a great choice. This independent web hosting company, founded in 2004, offers web hosting, along with built-in WP caching, CDN, automatic upgrades, GIT version control and one-click staging. The company takes pride in offering one of the best 24/7 supports in the industry. … [Read more...] about Episode 4: Best WordPress Hosts for Your Blog
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For those of you who don’t know, CNAME Record stands for Canonical Name Records. This allows you to map an alias to the real or canonical name which often times lies outside of the real host. This is a common practice when a portion of a website, such as the mobile portion or a blog, is built using a technology that does not mix well with the rest of the site. … [Read more...] about Google Analytics GoMo DudaMobile Mobile Website Builder
How Custom HTML Stacks UpNow let’s talk a bit about how a custom site based on HTML and CSS can stack up. The first and most obvious benefit to using completely custom code is the ability to do basically anything you want with it. HTML5 and CSS3 combined can do some incredible things, up to and including making a fully animated site. A lot of those fancy scrolling effects and dynamic adjustments to sites as you use them are done in an SEO-friendly way using modern code. … [Read more...] about Do WordPress Sites Rank Better Than HTML Sites?
Link building has been a hotbed for controversy in SEO ever since the Penguin algorithm was first launched in April 2012. This isn’t even close to the first time someone has prematurely issued a death certificate for link building. Just do a search query for “is link building dead?” and you will see a long line of results with practically the same title and, more importantly, varying dates. … [Read more...] about A Link Builder’s Response to John Mueller
The rise of content marketing has given birth to the theory of content shock. The controversial theory–first propagated by Mark Schaefer in January 2014 — proposes that content marketing is an unsustainable business practice, and that the bubble will eventually burst. This is due to the stark increase in the production of content, and the fact that there are simply too few hours in the day to consume all of it. … [Read more...] about Why Your Content Marketing Team Needs A Link Builder