Don’t you want users to visit your site and keep reading your content?
If someone visits your site and exits without opening the second page, then they are known as a bounced visitor.
For every 100 visitors that come to your site, if 40 of them decide to leave, then the bounce rate would be 40% . With a high bounce rate like that, you are risking the chance of losing potential customers.
How does one know what their site’s bounce rate is? Google Analytics has all the answers for you. Read More
Early in May, InterServer was a proud sponsor of DrupalCon in New Orleans. It was a spectacular event comprised of a long list of amazing guest speakers a majority of whom traveled from afar in support of Drupal. Over 3000 Drupal enthusiasts and fanatics eagerly attended. DrupalCon gives the people who develop and use this system a chance to take part in activities that involve learning sessions, talks, code sprints, and of course social events. Here at InterServer we were delighted to take part in such an event that allowed us to meet individuals who have the same passion for Drupal as we do. Read More
Any one who runs a website understands the struggles associated with generating traffic to their site. In order to capture your targeted audience, you should try to captivate bloggers who come across your website. There are various ways to boost traffic to your new blog. Of course, not all comments will generate the traffic that you may desire.
In order to generate traffic from your comments, I would suggest commenting on a variety of popular blogs. Blogs of this nature can receive many comments within a short span of time upon being published. Read More
Does my business need an SSD Virtual Private Server (VPS)?
When shopping around for hosting services, a question that should come to mind is does my business require an SSD virtual private server? There are two main factors that you should consider before purchasing an SSD VPS. First is the cost associated with running this platform, and second, the hosting service provider which is offering the service.
People often wonder what exactly is a Reseller Hosting package? When you see this option during your search for hosting it’s referring to the purchase of a reseller hosting plan or a dedicated server, usually by a smaller sized hosting company. Who then, in turn, uses this platform to begin selling web hosting to end-users. In the case of reseller hosting, the reseller, i.e. the account holder of this reseller account/service rents out a part of their disk space and bandwidth to additional end users. Therefore the account holder essentially becomes the hosting service provider to the end-users. Read More
When searching the web for “best hosting“, Google returns about 19,40,00,000 results. You need to know Questions to Ask When Choosing a Hosting Provider. With this plethora of information at your fingertips, you would think that finding the best web hosting provider would be relatively easy and fun. However, there is no guarantee that a hosting provider that proclaims itself as the “best” may even be all that good. Instead of choosing a hosting provider as you would shop for grocery, you first need to understand what goes behind making a good hosting provider. Read More
Looking for a new way to protect your website against malicious bots and cyber-criminals trying to consume your resources? Cloudflare is a the perfect answer to your dilemma. Cloudflare is a CDN, which stands for content delivery network. CDN give the website the ability to handle large amounts of incoming traffic that sometimes bots will generate (i.e DDOS botnets). Not only do they offer some protection against these kinds of problems, but it also speeds up the delivery of web pages to users visiting the site. Based upon your location, CDNs like Cloudflare have a network of servers that will assist in delivering web content to end users (aka clients). Read More
If you’ve been running your website for any length of time, you’ve likely heard the term “DDOS” at least a few times. It has even been in the news lately, with hackers using “DDOS attacks” to take down high profile websites. While it is only when major websites are attacked that it makes the news, the fact is hundreds of sites are attacked in this manor every day, and all website owners should at least know the basics of what this type of attack is, and what to do if they experience one. Read More
Ransomware is nasty piece of malware that infects computers. CBT Locker Website, a spin on the infamous CBT Locker for desktops, is one of the latest versions of ransomware that enables an attacker to take WordPress sites hostage and charge a fee for their release.
What is CBT Locker and Ransomware?
Ransomware, which has only been popular for the past few years, is most effective when an attacker plans to make money from his/her victims. Ransomware encrypts all data and leaves the victim a message that important files won’t be decrypted until the victim pays a fee, which can run any where between $50 through thousands of dollars. Read More