Jerry Low is the founder of Web Hosting Secret Revealed (WHSR) - a must visit hosting review site for bloggers and web hosting shoppers. As a geek dad who lives and breaths SEO, he enjoys writing SEO and web marketing guides. You can connect and get more from him on Google+.
Where can we get ideas for our blog posts or keep up to date with the new findings in our niches? Here I compiled a list of 22 free resources (articles, e-books, print magazines, e-zines, newsletters, etc.) that you can use at no charge.
Link building used to be status quo for SEO – but Google’s ever-changing algorithms have made link building a whole new game – particularly in the AP (After Penguin) world. In this article, we are looking into seven link building techniques that work in post-Penguin era.
Cloud storage is a service which data is maintained, managed, and backed up “in the cloud”. It works just like the hard disk you have in your laptop – except that your data is better secured and can be accessed from anywhere with an Internet connection. In this post, we are going to take a closer look on this technology and check out (and compare) some of the most popular cloud storage services online. Enjoy!
Everyone seems to have a blog these days – in fact, as of June, 2014, there were more than 42.5 million blog posts published on WordPress.com alone. That said, to make your blog stand out from the crowd, your posts must be more than just present; they need to be great and consist of these vital elements.
People shopping for their first web host are undoubtedly assaulted with flashy offers and inexplicable features from a barrage of providers – sorting through all of the options and terms can be overwhelming, nevermind frustrating. Before making any decisions, learn the truth about these five popular hosting myths.