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Jul
13
2012

The Best Free Social Media Management Apps

Social Media

Most of you (if not all) will have multiple social media accounts I am guessing.  The common problem is how to effectively and efficiently manage all those accounts you have on each different social media website. Not just posting and reading, but responding to posts and tracking trends. If you’re an ordinary guy or girl, or a business with a very small budget, there are apps that can help you easily manage your many social media accounts […]

Jul
8
2012

Top 5 Online Offsite Backup Solutions

Backup

Online backup services work much like traditional backup software. Although with an online backup service, your important data is transmitted over the Internet and securely stored on a server in a professional data center. The advantage of having your important data backed up off-site, away from your home or business, is that it’s safe from theft, fire, and other disasters that can take place. Below are the top 5 backup solutions we found after doing some […]

Jul
3
2012

5 Great Tools to Test Your Website Speed

Website Speed

On the web the faster the site is the better when it comes to speed. So… hands up, who likes a slow-loading website? No hands? Thought so! Anyone who runs a website definitely doesn’t want it loading slowly. By taking advantage of one of the free website speed measuring tools available on the web you can help to increase your websites speed which will ultimately lead to VERY happy visitors. Below is a look at the top 5 […]

Jul
3
2012

10 Ways to Get More Backlinks to Your Site

Backlinks

This is a Guest Post by Matt Smith. Matt (@MattASmitty) is an online sales and marketing dude. Currently Matt runs BusinessPirate.com. Business Pirate teaches you how to build your own video course business. Getting inbound links to your site is paramount for SEO and driving traffic. Below are the top 10 ways to build your backlinks. 1. Guest Posting Guest posting is where you write a blog post for someone else’s blog. You provide the publisher with great […]

Jun
25
2012

10 Things to Look For When Choosing a Web Hosting Provider

Web Hosting

When searching for a web hosting provider to host a business or personal website, consider these top 10 items as guidelines for selecting the right company. A few items, such as cost, are obvious. However, some are easily overlooked, especially when web hosting companies often use unbeatable specials and great offers to lure customers into their service. Armed with a little knowledge, selecting the right web hosting provider is simple. 1. The Price and Terms Obviously, […]

Jun
24
2012

Setting up a cPanel server

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Thinking about using cPanel on your hosting server? Good choice. Setting up a cPanel server takes a little patience, but it’s very easy and straight forward. Basically, everything you need in order to set up a hosting environment on a Linux server is provided for you, you just need to do the configurations through their easy to use WHM panel. This tutorial will explain how to get started with setting up a cPanel server. Before […]

Jun
23
2012

Restoring Database Privledges

MySQL

I’ve seen several cases in the last few months where database users seemingly “disappear” or privileges appear to become invalid when restoring MySQL data or an entire server from raw backups.  This may commonly be attributed to a MySQL version mismatch, for example, when a server is running MySQL 5.0 and then is suddenly running MySQL 5.1 or higher (or data is directly restored to a server running such), without having the database tables updated. […]

Jun
23
2012

How to Install && Enable cPanel Proxy

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cPanel, WHM and even Webmail uses non-common ports which some Internet Server Providers (ISP) do not allow and makes it impossible for people to access any of these. cPanel works on 2082/2083, WHM 2086/2087 and Webmail 2095/2096. The workaround is to install cPanel Proxy which works as a proxy gateway for Apache and the requests to cPanel/WHM/Webmail are then served through port 80 instead of their respective ports which are blocked by the ISP. Here’s […]

May
15
2012

Free Website Evaluation Tools

Website Evaluation

The main question I have noticed that most webmasters ask is “where can I evaluate my website?” or “I want to improve my website but do not know WHAT to improve…help?”. I have a answer to both of these questions. I have over the years used several website analysis tools to help evaluate my sites and to improve my sites SEO. Below are the top two websites that I would recommend you use on a […]

May
15
2012

Forum Software Comparison

Forum Software Comparison

Thought I’d write a little break drown of forum software options. These are currently the top  forum software’s being used by forums and my opinion of each! vBulletin An oldie but a goody, vBulletin is the choice of many forum owners. A possible reason to it’s success it it’s consistency, it has had the same feel and usability to it for quite some time and has become an interface many forum users have become use to. […]

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