Just like your brand name, the domain name is a serious investment as it establishes your online identity and allows you to enjoy a distinct reputation on the net. So you need to be very careful while choosing the ideal domain name for your website. Here are a number of technical and commonsense questions you should ask yourself before you choose a particular domain name of your website:
In our last post we talked about some best ways to add to the speed of your website. This is the second part of that article. The tricks in this section are bit more technical but at the same time helps in better speed
While shared hosting plans are considered as the best plans for the entry level, you may need to upgrade to higher plans as your business grow. Businesses with really high requirements of dedicated resource can opt for dedicated hosting that guarantee you a specific set of exclusive resource for your website that are available to you all the time and can instantly be used during high demand situations this ensuring the best site performance.
At one point of time, the computer gaming was enjoyed either on an individual basis or played between 2-3 players. However, the gaming journey has come a long way and today these games can be enjoyed by multiple users across the globe simultaneously. Understandably that requires specific infrastructure and huge amounts of resources capable to work decently even during most demanding situations. The hosting type matters a lot here.
One of the greatest cyber threats in 2017 is ransomware. Simply put, it is actually a type of malware that is used by the malicious elements to attack your system and encrypt the data. The data freezes and decryption key lies with the attackers. You will get the decryption key only after paying some hefty amount as asked by the attackers. That’s why it is called ransomware.
At one point of time, the online businesses had to rely on a limited number of TLD (Top level domains) like .com, .net or .org. However, with time a number of new TLDs have been introduced including ccTLDs. As many people are opting for ccTLD it would be good to know the influence of ccTLDs on your SEO:
We would like to start the article with some really serious and disturbing (sorry!) statements to reveal the scope of threat that your website might
“According to some reliable reports, at least Three Quarters of websites have some serious vulnerabilities”
Having a website is a good thing but building a huge audience is even great and even better is to turn them into loyal audience. The user experience maters a lot here and when we talk of the user experience speed is most important. So it is quintessential for you to ensure that your site should have the best speed if you really want to build a loyal audience. But the most pressing question is how to increase the speed.
Once you have designed your website the next thing is to find a suitable web hosting services. Choosing the right hosting provider is very important if you want to enjoy a smooth online experience and make a strong identity for your website. As more and more businesses are entering the online arena, the competition is at all time high. Besides, Google keeps on introducing a number of guidelines to ensure the best user experience.
Just like your brick and mortar business, your reputation is intensely influenced by your website and domain name if you are in the online business. Your website represents your reputation. Unfortunately there are some malicious elements out there that know that and plan to take undue advantage of that. They indulge in a very harmful practice known as domain blackmailing.