Tested equal to VPS - A2Hosting Winner More about the video: In this video, I have learnt quite a few interesting things. The most popular WordPress Shared Hosting services, such as BlueHost, SiteGround, and Hostinger, are not exactly the best performing. And, WPX...
Want to Learn About Web Design?
Use DuckDuckGo Instead of Google
Google Tracks You - DuckDuckGo DOES NOT You share your most intimate secrets with your search engine without even thinking: medical, financial and personal issues, along with all the day to day things that make you, well, you. All of that personal information should...
Zoom is Deceptive Insecure Garbage, Don’t Use It, Seriously!
In this video I cover reasons not to use zoom (deception, security vulnerabilities, shady practices, false promises) https://youtu.be/0gNSYB052yA
Secure, Fast and Private Web Browser with Adblocker – Brave Browser
Experience unparalleled privacy and security. Brave fights malware and prevents tracking, keeping your information safe and secure. It’s our top priority.We’re not in the personal data business. Our servers neither see nor store your browsing data – it stays private,...
Frequent Web Site Changes Impact on Search Engine Ranking
If you are making changes only for the search engines and waiting for them to appear, you will drive yourself crazy trying to figure out why this or that happened when it did. There are a ton of factors you can’t control: algo changes, new competitors, changing competitors, server issues, even database issues where you may see different indexes from one day to the next in the search engines.
Google Bowling Can Bowl Over Your Web Site’s Search Engine Ranking
Google is being sued because of copyright wrangles centering on its Google Print online library project.
Search Engine Optimization Myths
SEO Techniques for Top 10 Search Engine Rankings
Search Engine Optimizations Tricks that Backfire!
One common scam is the creation of “shadow” domains that funnel users to a site by using deceptive redirects. These shadow domains often will be owned by the SEO who claims to be working on a client’s behalf. However, if the relationship sours, the SEO may point the domain to a different site, or even to a competitor’s domain. If that happens, the client has paid to develop a competing site owned entirely by the SEO.