Category: Building & Managing A Website

  • Content Delivery Network: Good Choice For Your Website

    Content Delivery Network: Good Choice For Your Website

    Should you purchase a Content Delivery Network (CDN) for your website? If you have an online store or a high-traffic website is a good choice to invest in a CDN. Besides improving the speed of your website, this service can also protect your website against Distributed Denial of Service attacks and improve your SEO rankings. […]

  • Private Email Hosting: Good Choice For Your Website?

    Private Email Hosting: Good Choice For Your Website?

    Should you purchase private email hosting for your new or existing website, or is getting a free email account from Gmail or Outlook fine? In my opinion the private option is better and I’ll explain why in this article. Benefit #1 Of Private Email Hosting: No Ads The first benefit of private email hosting is […]

  • Why I Stopped Paying For Ads For My Online Store

    Why I Stopped Paying For Ads For My Online Store

    Like many other business owners I ran ads for my online store, Let’s All Meat, hoping to drive not only traffic but paying customers to my site. Unfortunately, after several months of spending money I didn’t get good results. Oh yes, I drove traffic to my online store but only a tiny fraction of the […]

  • How To Secure Your WordPress Website

    How To Secure Your WordPress Website

    When building your website you must have security in mind. Yes, I know your concerns revolve about the performance of your site and how sharp it looks, but security is more important. Especially when you build a WordPress website. It’s 43% of all the websites in the world use WordPress so it’s a huge target […]

  • How To Find And Keep A Developer For Your Site

    How To Find And Keep A Developer For Your Site

    This guide will teach you how to find and keep a developer for your site. I work at a web hosting company providing Linux technical support for Managed Hosting, including VPS and Dedicated Servers. I deal with customers everyday who need a developer to fix problems on their website, yet they ask us, their web […]

  • VPS Hosting: Is This The Right Choice For Your Website?

    VPS Hosting: Is This The Right Choice For Your Website?

    There’s all types of web hosting available to purchase to host your website. I previously wrote about why Managed Hosting could be a good option for you. However, that option isn’t good for some websites, especially if they’re quite large or need more resources. A good choice in for those sites are VPS Hosting. Could […]

  • Untested WordPress Plugins: What Should You Do?

    Untested WordPress Plugins: What Should You Do?

    What can you do if you come across untested WordPress plugins you want to use on your website? If you haven’t come across this problem before you will in the future. It could be with a plugin already installed on your site or with a new plugin you found. Here’s a couple of tips you […]

  • ModSecurity Firewall: How It Caused Problems For Me

    ModSecurity Firewall: How It Caused Problems For Me

    I recently had some issues on my ecommerce website after my web hosting company upgraded their servers to LiteSpeed Web Servers. After a bunch of troubleshooting I had to reach out to my web host for assistance. That’s when I discovered they used ModSecurity firewall and that was the reason for my problems. What Is […]

  • When To Buy Your Domain Name

    When To Buy Your Domain Name

    I want to help you determine when to buy your domain name. This is an issue many people, from the causal blogger to the hardened businessman, run into constantly. Should you wait to buy it after you registered your business? Or should you go ahead and buy it even if you don’t know if you […]

  • Staging Environment: Why You Need To Build One

    Staging Environment: Why You Need To Build One

    Today I want to discuss a staging environment and why you need to build one. If you already have one please continue reading because may you’ll learn something. However, if you don’t have this environment please continue to read because you need one to test updates and/or changes. What Is A Staging Environment? A staging […]