Recently, Hostgator has been very busy setting up additional companies that only make slight use of its big name. Last month I covered Site Auto Backup, a remote CPanel backup service the company started, and now I’m covering a new hosting identity for the company, SEO Hosting. However, SEO hosting is not just another shared [...]
A few very good reasons why you should use Google Apps over alternative services, and a quick guide to setting it up.
Many Content Management Systems (CMS), such as WordPress, create dynamically generated URLs. These URLs look something like this: http://example.com/page.php?id=1 Now, just looking at the link above you can’t possibly know what type of content is on the page. In contrast, look at this link: http://example.com/webhosting-for-beginners You have at least a general idea about the content [...]
An interesting post and discussion titled “Ranking, SERPs, SEO Dead in 2009?” at Sitepoint got me thinking… Once upon a time, you could build a site about “foo”, fill it with invisible text containing the word “foo” and get in the top 10 results in the SE’s. Years later, if you could find enough pages [...]
Looks like Yahoo! is launching a “web analytics” service on a limited basis starting this week. The new service is currently in beta and only available to a select group of advertisers and third party app developers. Soon, the service will be made available to Yahoo’s 13,000 e-commerce customers hosting under the Yahoo Small Business [...]
Google just made some updates to Google Trends which allows you to research and compare search terms by popularity and geographical region. If you do keyword research, this can be a very handy tool. After signing in to a Google Account, visitors to Trends can now view the “numbers” on the graphs as well as [...]