Domain Naming Tips

Posted at January 8, 2016 at 1:18 pm by Stacey Talieres

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Deciding on a Domain Name is similar to picking a Company Name. You should put a lot of thought and research into choosing the Domain Name, as it is how you will be identified on the internet. Below are some things to consider when choosing a Domain Name.
1. Easy To Type

  1. If a domain name is difficult to type correctly you will loose a good amount of branding and marketing value.
  2. Avoid domain names that are too long.
  3. Avoid domain names that use uncommon or difficult-to-spell words.
  4. Avoid domain names that use slang such as ‘u’ instead of ‘you’.
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Why segregating your domains is a good choice

Posted at December 12, 2015 at 9:07 am by Stacey Talieres

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Having a website gives you a sense of ownership much like owning your house after you have made the final payment on your mortgage. Like most things in life a website entails hard work and requires time effort and lots of patience.  Most people often begin with one website and depending upon how that goes they often begin to develop a portfolio much like any valued asset. As your portfolio grows the amount of space needed to support it will expand accordingly.  So generally our thought process as humans would be to link our accounts in an effort to ensure efficiency, however in this particular instance this doesn’t hold true.  Read More

How to Enable Sales with Content Marketing

Posted at December 12, 2015 at 8:57 am by Stacey Talieres

How-to-Enable-Sales-with-Content-MarketingWe live in a buyer’s world. Period. Long gone are the days when you could just advertise at many random digital avenues and expect a steady stream of click through rates to your website. Today’s consumers have changed. They tend to block out the advertisements, look beyond the logos, overlook the seemingly innocuous promotions and wouldn’t sign-up for newsletters. They need the information when they want it, in the format that they want it. They have access to mobile and prefer to gather information on their own rather than being force-fed it. Read More

Ways to Reduce the Bounce Rate on Your Website

Posted at November 29, 2015 at 4:00 pm by Stacey Talieres

Ways-to-Reduce-the-Bounce-Rate-on-Your-WebsiteImagine an upscale shop with all the latest designer wear, swanky accessories, and fancy outlet. Now,  you would envision people flocking to the store and the queue to be as long as a mile. But sadly for the  owners, people come to the store, browse around and just leave in a few minutes. Now, imagine this in an online setting. You have the best website with amazing design and superior content. People come to your website but leave quickly. This is what is called as ‘Bounce rate’. According to Google Analytics, “Bounce Rate is the percentage of single-page sessions (i.e. Read More

Monstroid – Gulliver among the Lilliputians

Posted at November 29, 2015 at 12:55 pm by Stacey Talieres

Have you heard about Monstroid, a brainchild that came out of TemplateMonster’s factory production line not so long ago? We compared this WordPress theme with main hero of Jonathan Swift’s book, “Gulliver’s Travels”, Lemuel Gulliver because Monstroid really looks like a giant among most of the themes on the market.

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Read on and you’ll know much more about this multipurpose theme. First of all, we would like to emphasize that Monstroid is not just another WordPress theme, but the whole web designer’s toolkit able to cater to each and every need. Read More

phished imageMost responsible website owners would never dream of creating phishing pages. Google actively searches the web for potential phishing site and flags sites thought to host malicious pages. Some site owners wake up to a message in search that their site is flagged as a phishing portal. Honest site owners don’t know what’s considered phishing site, so they panic and immediately try to have the site reviewed. Having your site flagged isn’t the end of the world, but you do need to clean up pages before you can have a successful review. Read More

Must have WordPress plugins for amazing website

Posted at October 30, 2015 at 1:48 pm by admin

pluginDid you know that dead-serious websites like The Wall Street Journal, Forbes and BBC America, the zombie apocalypse gritty drama show, The Walking Dead,bootyliciousBeyonce and drool-worthy Channing Tatum has something in common? Their websites are powered by WordPress.

 WordPress is an undisputed luminary of the blogosphere. One of the easiest and simplest content management systems, WordPress is perfect for running a blog or a website or a combination of the two. The best part about WordPress is it a doddle to create a website. WordPress hosts almost over 70 million websites and it is absolutely free so you don’t have to be a celebrity or a hot-shot to own a website. Read More

Tweaking the TTL to reduce downtime after a website migration

Posted at October 30, 2015 at 1:45 pm by admin

ttlWebsite migrations are succeeded by DNS changes. A well planned change minimizes downtime and DNS propagation delays that follows every migration. You don’t want to create a panic among your customers when their emails are lost during the switch or if their websites are inaccessible from their location.

It is always a best practice to maintain the copy of all migrated accounts at the old host for a few more days so that the websites remain online for customers whose web/mail requests are still served by the old server. Their ISP’s caching DNS servers/resolvers still serve cached DNS information to clients even after you have pointed the domain to a location. Read More

cPanel to cPanel account migration

Posted at October 30, 2015 at 1:38 pm by admin

cpanel-cpanelPromises are made to be broken…This may sound depressing but it is often true when it comes to dubious web hosting providers. If you are frustrated with the restrictions and limitation of your current hosting environment, you are not alone. If your customers are often greeted with the ‘Error: The page cannot be displayed’, and you are re-learning the laws of gravity of what goes up comes down with your website, you might be thinking about a switch. So should you keep shelling dough for your incompetent web hosting or should you make a switch? Read More