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Development   10 Key Linux Terms You Need to Know
  • January 24, 2019
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If you’ve ever dabbled in programming, you know that developers love Linux (and other Unix-based systems). There are a lot of reasons for Linux being a superior option for development work. The problem is that it can be overwhelming if you’re coming from another Operating System (OS), particularly because you’ll run into a lot of …

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Development   WordPress Staging Sites: What They Are and How to Create One
  • January 21, 2019
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Your website is important both to you and to the people who use it. The last thing you want are errors that result in hours of work to get your site back to a functional state. However, installing a new update, theme, or plugin without testing it first could lead to that exact problem. This …

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Web Hosting   Managed vs Unmanaged Hosting Plans: Which Is Best for Your Website?
  • January 18, 2019
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If you want to get your website online, you’ll need a hosting plan. There are many types of plans available, such as shared hosting, Virtual Private Server (VPS) hosting, and dedicated hosting. However, you’ll also have to choose between managed and unmanaged levels. You’ll most likely have to choose between management levels if you are interested in …

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Domains   What Are Nameservers (And How Do They Work)?
  • January 17, 2019
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If you manage your own website, you may have run across the term “nameserver”. However, you might not have any real understanding of what one is or how it works. As it turns out, knowing a little about this concept can come in handy for managing your site. Put simply, nameserver helps browsers make connections …

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Development   A Brief Introduction to Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
  • January 14, 2019
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Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a simple design language that helps to determine how a web page looks. What’s more, it’s used by most website-building platforms. So if you want to make custom tweaks to your site, it pays to learn about this particular language. While HyperText Markup Language (HTML) focuses on creating pages and …

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Marketing   3 Ways to Drive Engagement Using the Facebook Pixel
  • January 10, 2019
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In a crowded online market, effectively targeting audiences with smart marketing campaigns is an essential way to get your content noticed. This can be difficult, however, as so many brands are looking to do the same thing. In order to get ahead, you need tools that enable you to reach your target market more directly. …

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Security   SSL   Let’s Encrypt vs Paid SSLs: What’s the Difference (And Which Should You Use)?
  • January 07, 2019
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In an age where internet security is more important than ever, it’s vital to let people know that your site is safe to use. A Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate is a type of website encryption key that is crucial for protecting your site and its users from hackers. Fortunately, there are many different SSL …

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Web Hosting   Shared Hosting vs WordPress Hosting: Which One Should You Use?
  • January 04, 2019
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When creating a website, one of the most important decisions you’ll make is what type of hosting plan to purchase. If you use a platform like WordPress, you’ll need hosting in order for your website to be available online. What’s more, selecting the right option is vital. Two of the most popular choices for first-time …

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Marketing   Google AdSense Explained: How to Control Your Site’s Ads
  • January 02, 2019
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Google AdSense is an excellent way to monetize your blog. However, it comes with a wide range of options that you’ll need to become familiar with. It’s crucial to understand how to customize your ad settings and placement, because having too many distracting ads (or the wrong types) can reflect poorly on your site and …

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Marketing   Local SEO: What You Need to Know to Market Your Website Online
  • December 28, 2018
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If you have a business, Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is crucial to helping customers find your website. However, research suggests that customers are only willing to travel 20 minutes or less to reach a store. If you have a physical location, you’ll want to make sure your marketing efforts reach your target area. Fortunately, there …

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