4 Signs You Need A New Webhost

4 Signs You Need a New Web Host

In the past few weeks, I’ve had few of my clients reach out to me about wanting to move web hosts. Many have been having a poor experience with their current web host and wanted to make sure that their web site had the best home possible.

Here’s a few things I’ve shared with my clients and want to share with you on the signs that it might be time to leave your current web host.

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A Blogger’s Guide to Understanding Google Analytics

Do you have an Understanding of Google Analytics?

Is it installed on your website?

When was the last time you looked at your Google Analytics account?

Do you shy away from looking at Google Analytics because you find all that “data” just too much??

It’s time to finally get a good understanding of Google Analytics, so you can better serve your audience.

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How To Set Up A Google Alert In 3 Simple And Easy Steps

Right now, billions of social transactions are happening online. New content is constantly being published on social media streams, websites, and news sites, and some of that information is related to subjects you are interested in. Wouldn’t it be great if there was a free, easy and simple way to access information about what is going on in your industry or niche so that you are not wasting a huge amount of time doing research? Well, there is, and it’s called … Google Alerts (Google Alerts lets you monitor the web for new content) Google Alerts is a free intelligence service that will send you an email when there are new results for your searches. Google Alerts is not only great for helping you manage your reputation online, but also for sourcing news about people, companies, and any topic you want to know about. With Google Alerts, you subscribe to a keyword or topic and you’re done. Whenever Google’s indexing robots crawl a new web site, blog post, press release, news update, a tweet, video, or any other content related to the topic you’ve subscribed to, it will automatically send you an email or RSS update. How To Set Up A Google Alert Let’s go over the simple steps required to start using Google Alerts: Step 1 – Log Into Your Google Account If you don’t have a Google account, create one. A Google account lets you access loads of …

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Using Permalinks To Improve Your WordPress SEO

Wouldn’t it be great if you could simply add a new post to your website or blog, and the following took place … all from your web address: Potential site visitors could glean what the post was about, Google would be able to discover your posts faster, Every single item of content on your site would have a unique identifier, making things easier to manage. Well, with WordPress permalinks this can easily be done!

Help! Why is my WordPress site soooooo slow?

It’s a question I get asked a lot, at networking meetings, on facebook, twitter and anywhere else I happen to be connecting with folks. So here’s a few common issues that cause your site to be running slow….
If you are on shared hosting, which most micro business are and it’s often plenty for what you need, you’re sharing your hosting with other websites. This is how it makes the service so incredibly affordable (Bluehost & Hostgator* are two popular services). For most business owners keeping their site on shared hosting is plenty, but as you grow and drive more traffic to your site, maybe have a self hosted community like BuddyPress or possibly a membership site this can drain the resources for both you and the other businesses that you are sharing your hosting with and it might be time to think of upgrading – if you think this might be the issue connect with us and we can help you through the process.