Hello guys, it’s been a while since my last post. I had some problem with my desktop so I could not blog for the last few days. Now that the computer has been fixed, I’m right back into it!
I have been waiting to write a review of HostLeet for quite a while now. It has been six months since I transferred to Hostleet, so I think its about time I spilled my beans.
I have decided to introduce a new blogging section where I can post my experiences with blogging and also, give tips related to it. So, this is the first post on the series of many more blogging related articles yet to come. I wished to talk about earning opportunity at first, because, frankly, there’s no better way to start this section as most of the people start blogging with an aim to make money online. So, I hope the “money making opportunity” will act as an encouraging factor for you to start/continue blogging.
Mobile surfers are growing at an speedy rate. Each day there are more than 1 billion who surf the Internet with their phone. So, wouldn’t it make sense to make your website mobile friendly?
As you guys might be well aware, Adbrite, one of the alternatives to Google Adsense, has ceased operations since February 1st. At this point, many of you might be looking for some alternatives that pay good enough compared to Adbrite. Here I have made a list of probable alternatives to Adbrite.
It’s been days since Co.CC has shut down and obviously, people have started looking for a better alternative. Here I have made a list of free domain registration services that can act as an alternative to Co.CC. All of the free domains suggested here are indexed by Google as of the moment of making this post. So, you don’t need to worry about not ranking on search engine. But, we can’t be sure what will happen at a later date. Facebook, however, could have blocked multiple of them.
The ever popular Co.CC company which provided free as well as paid Co.CC domains has closed down, without giving any warning to the customers. All the Co.CC domains are currently down and can no longer be accessed. Co.CC had stopped accepting new users some time before they closed down. Users were used to be greeted with a message saying “A new .co.cc domain cannot be registered” .
A professional blogger knows that running a successful blog depends on the search rankings and traffic density. Just because a blog receives many comments and is highly regarded by those who read it, it does not mean that the blog is search engine optimized to its full potential. If a blog ranks highly in the search engines or receives a substantial amount of traffic, then efforts should be focused elsewhere such as social media marketing.
Developing and maintaining an E-Commerce site demands hard work and perseverance. Whether you have been running a website for some time already or are only now entering the competitive world of online sales, there is no shortcut to success. The sheer amount of competition in the market, where thousands of E-Commerce websites are jostling against each other for space and patronage, makes it difficult for E-Commerce websites rank high on any search engine.
Here’s a list of some of the best WordPress premium themes for a technology/gadget blog. Go through the list and download the ones you like!
Webmasters spend a lot of their time and money in optimizing their websites and blogs to get them ranked on the first page of search engine’s organic search results. On the flip side, search engines exist on the web with a goal to provide natural and veritable search results to the user. Search engines serve as a medium through which users can interact with the Internet, or in other words, search engines are doorways through which one can enter and browse the Internet. From finding virtual web addresses to locating keyword relevant links, search engines are used for an array of web-related purposes. Collectively receiving more than one billion search queries daily, Bing, Google, and Yahoo are the most visited search engines across the globe.
I just changed my host today, and thanks to the amazing support at Hostleet I didn’t have to worry about setup at all; they downloaded the files from old host, uploaded it to their servers and managed all the files on their own. I just sat back and waited for their reply. Well off course, I had to change the Nameservers on my own. :P