Hello guys, I will be teaching you how to improve your blog security for WordPress users. Of recent I got a threat Email from an anonymous location concerning my website. Therefore I have decided to to tighten my security and also share with you tips on how I did it. Most website gets hacked by hackers who are always hanging on the camps and ready to strike innocent website owners and when this happens all your hard works (your designs, contents, SEO attributes, Followers, Blog Pride) are gone in a split second and you might probably start from scratch again. I am here to ensure that does not happen because we should do prevent that from happening at all costs. WHY IS WORDPRESS A VULNERABLE PLATFORM? One thing you must know before we get started is a lot of websites are hosted on WordPress platform due to how flexible and great the WordPress layout is and most Big Authority websites out there make use of WordPress. This however has a disadvantage because hackers are attracted to … [Read more...] about How To Improve Your Blog Security For WordPress Users
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Of the many different content management systems and web publishing platforms I’ve done SEO for, WordPress is the most popular. Blogs, company websites and web shops run on WordPress. Designers are fascinated by its versatility and the range of adaptations possible with it. Users love its simplicity and effectiveness. It’s a simple blogging system that needs little or no knowledge of coding, website design or other technical details. Nearly 25% of the world’s top 10 million websites — including TIME, Mashable, Marketing Land and Search Engine Land — are built on WordPress. But being easy to use, WordPress also makes it tempting to take on things you shouldn’t — or overlook/ignore important elements of SEO that can cause problems with business growth, success and profitability. This column isn’t a step-by-step guide to WordPress SEO, but will address some of the frequent questions I’m asked about SEO for WordPress websites. It will … [Read more...] about 10 WordPress SEO Questions That Took Me 10 Years To Answer!
At SMX Advanced 2011, Matt Cutts announced the Google initiative to begin attributing content to original authors. Since that time, the process in which authors and websites attribute content to authors has evolved. A lot. Many times over, in fact. If you’ve heard about Google authorship markup, but have been confused as to how to get started with it, you are definitely not alone. I’ve been writing about this topic since August of 2011, and have worked to get this process up and running on three separate blog sites (Search Engine Land, Internet Marketing Ninjas, and The SEO Ace– all coincidently, sites that publish my content!). I’ve learned a few things along the way, right and wrong, but I’ve gotten it properly set up and now my goofy mug usually graces the Google search engine results pages (SERPs) when you search for content I’ve written. More importantly, the content I’ve written on SEO has established me as a known author on that topic. … [Read more...] about The Definitive Guide To Google Authorship Markup
For the past few months, I have been practically living in an analytics dashboard, constantly monitoring my clients’ organic search data for even the smallest hint of a Google slap. If you haven’t noticed, Google has been busy updating their search products (see: Nov, Dec, Jan, Feb, Mar). On top of those changes that they have publicly documented, we are also seeing additional SEO-specific updates by Google. We’ve had a “page layout algorithm” update, Panda updates and even a bug in Google’s system that caused sites to accidentally be delisted. Now, there’s a Penguin in the mix. Pandas, Penguins and bugs – Oh my! It’s like I’m at the zoo. And a zoo is pretty much what the SEO world feels like right now. Also in the mix was the Matt Cutts announcement about a penalty for overly-optimized sites. And then a few weeks later, we started hearing more and more about ‘negative SEO’, which is essentially the process of … [Read more...] about Adjusting Your SEO Strategies During Panda & Penguin
Here’s our daily recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web. From Marketing Land: Facebook Announces Preferred Marketing Developers Innovation Competition Winners Facebook has released the winners of its most recent Preferred Marketing Developers (PMDs) Innovation Competition. According to the announcement, the competition is held twice a year to highlight developers that have built tools to, “Help businesses realize their goals through Facebook.” The most recent PMDs competition theme was “From Conversation to Conversion” and focused on […] Pinterest “Promoted Pin” Ads Debut Today Promoted Pins, the first true ad product on Pinterest, started rolling out today. The company announced it had begun testing Promoted Pins three weeks ago. The ads are distinguished from organic pins by a subtle “Promoted Pin” tag and information icon, as shown in the … [Read more...] about Marketing Day: October 9, 2013