Category Archive for "Hosting"

Fast Doesn't Matter But Slow Can Kill You

Demystifying Website Speed: Load Time Goals, CDN Usage and Other Questions

With all the factors involved in making a website successful as a marketing tool, I’ve been asked recently where page speed falls on the importance spectrum? Is it as big of an issue as it used to be? Can a
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Optimized Servers for SEO: The 9 Essentials You Need to Know

When configuring a new server, there are several components we consider essential to sustaining website properly.  Making sure that a server is configured to be both reliable and fast goes without saying, but choosing the right combination of hardware and
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Mad Fish Server Upgrade: No-Brainer Technical SEO Improvements

Upgrading servers, a no brainer As an SEO company that offers website hosting, it’s our responsibility to make sure that our client’s websites not only load fast as lightning but also have consistent uptimes. Staying true to this commitment, this
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The Importance of Good Hosting In an Online Marketing Strategy

The average cost of an entry-level web hosting package from a good web host is typically between $25 and $40 per month.  The problem with these hosting packages is that these $40 accounts are typically what we refer to as
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ProFtpd Error Message: IPv6 getaddrinfo ‘’ error: Name or service not known

If your an avid linux user, then you probably know what Proftp is. Proftp is a service which allows users (including yourself) to ftp into your server.
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Where we at with Cpanel 11?

Anyone know what cPanel is? cPanel is a hosting platform. Once a domain name points to a server, cPanel is the software that is used to administrate all of the functions used behind the scenes. Everything from managing stats software,
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