AWS Alternative If you use AWS and are annoyed at your rising costs and cant figure out their pricing schemes you arent alone. Ultimate SEO has moved most of it’s servers to Digital Ocean and they are about 50% of the cost of AWS. Check them out and see what you can do with a […]
This may seem off topic but its on topic, technical SEO is imperative … you’re not going to rank number one on Google using Shopify or Wix. It just isnt going to happen.
Its also apparently difficult to get solid advice on SEO Hosting from “experts” Best Blog Hosting for SEO is junk … reciting features doesnt make a hosting plan the best…one quote notes that WordPress is already installed with InMotionHosting.com … so what! Our web servers are preconfigured to install WordPress in every new account as well…it only saves maybe 5 minutes per user but for
Cloudflare And Plugins
In a previous post we noted the difference speed can make in search engine ranking. The same content delivered in different ways was listed on the same domains but in different positions between desktop and mobile indexes. Site Speed Affects Ranking
In this post we’re going to review two less popular ways to speed up your site and we’ll mention the popular ways. There’s a reason why Ultimate SEO uses slightly different processes for page load.
Often people download plugin optimizers and add page cache plugins to speed up their sites. Caching is important
Ease of use is one thing. I have clients that can benefit from cloud based solutions. They may have a typical hosting account with some name brand hosts but for various reasons I find myself getting annoyed and deciding I’m moving them to the cloud.
I move them to Google Cloud Platform but only temporarily because I know that when I leave them (I’m just a freelancer) they’ll be lost. If they
So you made a WHM server on Google Cloud and before you get to use it suddenly its broken? I feel your pain. Not sure when this started but it seems Google Cloud auto writes over the hostname. Usually not an issue but cPanel seems to rely upon this entry to the point when you type a FQDN like louisville.data502.com it changes to rubbish in a redirect and the site can’t be resolved.
You can see it from their site or I have the steps below.
To configure VPS deployments, many cloud hosting providers use the
If its in this list I’ve used it at least 25 times. Some seem to do the same thing but not really all the membership plugins have special ways of being perfect in their own way. You can download them all zipped up from this site.
|Add To Any||Social Media with ease|
|All 404 Redirect||No 404s redirects as folks seek out a dead url|
|All In One Migration||Back it up on demand into one file|
|All In One Migration Extended||Restore it all on demand from that one file|
If you are familiar with Amazon Web Services (AWS), a quick way to understand what the various Google Cloud Platform (GCP) services do is to map them to AWS services that offer similar functionality. The following table provides a high-level mapping of the services provided by the two platforms. For a detailed comparison of GCP […]
The easiest way to allow someone else to administer your Google Adwords campaigns is likely to add them as an Admin to your existing account. This allows you to own the campaigns and keep the records long after the user has ended their work on your project. It also leaves you still in charge of the budget and keeps you in an oversight role of your campaign.
Google has made it easy
to add an Admin to Adwords.
Step One. In Adwords click the wrench, labeled “TOOLS” you’ll be able to then select “Account Access”
Frank Abagnale depicted by Leonardo deCaprio in Catch Me If You Can speaks at Google about his life and cyber crime.
We’ve all seen the movie or at least we all should have the teen who runs away and becomes everything from an airline pilot to an ER doctor to an Asst. District Attorney all before he turns 21. He’s a cyber crime expert these days and his experience in forgery and documents is fascinatingly from the other side of most experts.
Anyone who knows me knows I love visualizations. I’ve been working on SEO strategies for a site and the beginning of any good strategy is understand the site and quality of its content. Some studies suggest 60% of people think in pictures…that is to say if I said the word “cat” some people will see a cat and some will see the letters cat. Its hard for visual people to grasp complex concepts such as “millions” its harder to produce that word in a visual way in your mind. Similarly when we think about a web site its often hard
I am happy to be working with a repected tour site a site that blends history, patriotism and tours in Hawaii’s Pearl Harbor. Principally I am concerned with increasing the ever important backlinks to propel the site to the top of Google page rankings.
Backlinks are where unrelated sites link to another, giving it relevancy in Google’s eyes. They are like votes of confidence. Keywords have lost their stature in SEO because too often sites capitalized on the over use of a keyword mkaing the content poor for users and only good for search results.
The way your page is optimized can have a huge impact on its ability to rank.
What are On-Page Ranking Factors?
On-page ranking factors can have a big impact on your page’s ability to rank if optimized properly. The biggest on-page factors that affect search engine rankings are:
Content of Page
The content of a page is what makes it worthy of a search result position. It is what the user came to see and is thus extremely important to the search engines. As such, it is important to create good content. So what is good content? From
If you are familiar with Amazon Web Services (AWS), a quick way to understand what the various Google Cloud Platform (GCP) services do is to map them to AWS services that offer similar functionality. The following table provides a high-level mapping of the services provided by the two platforms. For a detailed comparison of GCP and AWS services by service type, see Google Cloud Platform for AWS Professionals.
Reposting from AWS.
We have seen a lot of discussion this past week about the role of Amazon Rekognition in facial recognition, surveillance, and civil liberties, and we wanted to share some thoughts.
Amazon Rekognition is a service we announced in 2016. It makes use of new technologies – such as deep learning – and puts them in the hands of developers in an easy-to-use, low-cost way. Since then, we have seen customers use the image and video analysis capabilities of Amazon Rekognition in ways that materially benefit both society (e.g. preventing human trafficking, inhibiting child exploitation, reuniting missing children with their