Getting a Higher Listing on Google

Getting a Higher Listing on Google Search Engine Optimization | Defined Search engine optimization (SEO) is the systematic process of electronically indexing published meta-data that affects the visibility of a web page or website and to be found in Google’s organic search results. There’s certainly other major Search Engine (SE) companies including Bing, Yahoo!, Alexa, Ask, AOL, etc. but none of them can even come close to the Alpha Dog of SE! Since Google dominates the lion’s share of the SE marketplace, they are considered the defacto standard and the industry’s leading authority on search engine optimization. Therefore, in order

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How to Resolve Canonicalization Issues

Understanding Canonicalization & How It Affects Link Building In this article, we will discuss what is canonicalization, why it can affect your website’s SEO ranking, and how to solve this easily. When there is more than one article (posts) with the same exact text and content existing in more than one URL location on the web, Google will automatically index it as duplicate content. Let’s say you posted the same content on two pages or posts. One of those two pages, for example, has to be the original copy and the authority page, otherwise, it is deemed as duplicates and

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Safeguarding Your Site From Malware & Hackers

Safeguarding Your Site From Malware & Hackers 7 Basic Steps to Safeguard Your Site From Hackers With the growing popularity of WordPress which is an awesome Content Management System (CMS) and where it commands a growing 30% market share of brand new websites, there are increased threats from internet hacking. As WordPress continues to grow in popularity, it’s community of coders and developers create stylized themes and add-on plugins along with threats from the hacking community. It is at this point where there are multiple ways that hackers can get into your site that poses the greatest amount of risk.

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Hackers Gain Access to WP Sites

Hackers Gain Access to WP Sites Excerpt: Of the 1,032 survey respondents who answered this question, 61.5% didn’t know how the Attacker compromised their website. That is a not a huge surprise given that the large majority of respondents cleaned their sites themselves, but it is troubling. It is impossible to be confident that you have cleaned your site completely or that the vulnerability doesn’t still exist without knowing how the site was compromised in the first place. For the site owners who did figure out how the attackers entered, see chart above. Source: The rest of the article can

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Installing HTTPS Free & Easily

Installing Https Free & Easily For a long time Google has been evangelizing about using https on the internet, in order to do that, they do it through the most efficient way they know, THE FEAR! A huge percentage of online businesses today depend on Google. If they lose visibility on the SERPs from Google, the business go into bankruptcy. And this dependence gives Google a dominant position and power that allow them to dictate how certain things should be. I’m not saying what they do is wrong, I think that apart from defending their own economic interests, as any

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Takedown Copyright Infringements

Google is Seeing a Huge Surge in Copyright Takedown Requests Excerpt: In the last week, copyright holders have submitted more than 21 million requests, an all-time record, and up almost 3x from the same time last year, as this chart from Statista based on information from Google shows. These requests mostly come about when a site blatantly copies or steals content from another site, and the original copyright owner asks Google to remove links to the offending site. Source: Matt Rosoff, More information on this article here: Business Insider article Link to this post!Share this content!

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Color Theory for Web Design

How to Choose the Perfect Colors for Your Designs   Colors are all around us. Think about it. The bright blue in a clear morning sky makes us feel alive and free; the deep purples and reds in the flowers that bloom in Spring evoke emotions of warmth, life and energy; the pitch black sky at night, arouses thoughts of mystery and seduction.Whether conscious of it or not, colors evoke a whole range of emotions in us that many times lead us to either enjoy a certain setting, feel drawn to a particular product or even reject a specific idea.

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Refresh Your Website in 2016

3-Ways to Refresh Your Website in 2016   The new year is a great time to hit refresh and set new goals. If your website looks and feels a little stale, now is the time to make a change! Here are three quick ways to freshen up your personal or business website: Take Inventory Is your content still accurate? Do you need to update your photos? Are the important links working? Take a step back to think about your site’s purpose and audience. Have your personal or business goals changed since you launched it? Make a list of what needs to be fixed

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Security Flaw On WP v4.2

Security Flaw Appears on WordPress Sites   Ars Technica reports that the discovery was made by Finland-based security research firm Klikki Oy. The exploit is present in the latest version of WordPress (4.2) and there is currently no patch available. Known as a cross-site scripting (XSS) bug, the issue is similar to one found last November by security researcher Cedric Van Bockhaven and is centred around the WordPress comments system.To leverage the potential of the bug, all an attacker has to do is paste some malicious JavaScript code into the comments section on a page on any WordPress blog. The

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808eSharkForce

808eSharkForce 808eSharkforce the Ultimate Electronic Shark Protection Device 808eSharkForce is a local company in Hawaii that made its first debut several years ago as the premier anti-shark device manufacturer, and since then spun off on it’s own as ESharkForce. It uses a rechargeable electronic device the emits high frequency electronic pulses that are highly sensitive to sharks within a radius of 15-25 feet of the ocean. The lithium-encased battery protects it against salt-water damage and has a standard wall rechargeable unit. The lithium battery is able to last approximately 10-15 hours per (charged session), which is more than adequate for ocean sports

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