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Changing Domain Names and Not Losing Your Page Rank in Google's Search Results

There are 11 important SEO steps to consider when redesigning your website and more importantly switching domain names. Because the concept of time is awesome, we’ll jump right into them.

1). Export URL’s using Google Webmaster tools

If you’re taking your internet marketing & SEO seriously then you have Google Webmaster tools installed to monitor your site’s performance. If not, no worries. Simply install Google webmaster tools onto your old site before you design your new site. Export Google’s list of indexed URL’s on your old site into an excel document. Now you know which blog posts & interior pages have the most authority on your old site. These are the url’s that you should be sure to redirect to a subsequent matching new url on the new site.

2). Beware of Content Duplication During Beta of New Site

Ensure that your development environment or beta sections of the new site are excluded from search engine’s view until the new site is officially live and until all redirects from the old ... read more

What is the Difference Between Colocation Center and the Cloud?

You can have both colocation and the cloud but having one doesn’t automatically mean that you have the capability to consume the other. For example, your colocation provider may not offer cloud, managed services or migration services.

You can also use the cloud without being in a colocation facility. You may need both cloud and colocation if you have traditional applications or specific security requirements but still need newer, faster and business-aligned technical strategies.

Many people think that colocation is just a data center where you get floor space, electrical power and an Internet connection. However, colocation is about more than just data center facilities.

Some of today’s colocation data centers offer a host of services from managed IT to the hybrid cloud. They can also provide you with greater power density, which is key to quickly scaling and supporting new technologies.

Some data center colocation providers even offer a direct connection to the top public cloud providers ... read more

Can I Use a VPN Connection to Avoid Traffic Shaping?

VPN can help you avoid traffic shaping. And may I add, not only your IP, but now a days, the government is also spying on you. And the best solution possible is a VPN.

What's a VPN and how does it work?
A VPN encrypts traffic between two end points on the Internet creating a secure tunnel that does not let any external entity to intervene; note that it has nothing to do with providing access to internet. The regular Internet traffic goes directly from you to the websites (and other resources) you connect to, and back. Your ISP transmits all your Internet packets for you.

What is your ISP capable of?
Everything you do is visible to the ISP. The ISP knows where you are connecting to and can read all your unencrypted traffic. The ISP charges you for the access to internet, which is a must-have if you need to browse online and therefore carries a high price. An ISP can even hack into your computer if he wants to and there's nothing you can do about it.

How would a VPN save you?
A VPN can be refe... read more

What is Collocated Web Hosting?

posted on May 03, 2021 under Best Hosting, Colocation
tags: Web Hosting Colocation

Colocation is a hosting option for small businesses who want the features of a large IT department without the costs. Many large corporations have the Internet infrastructure to host their own web servers and have a team of IT professionals to manage and design the site, individuals and small companies do not. There is a wide range of options available from simple hosting up to running your own Web servers off of a dedicated Internet connection.

One such option is colocation. In the first part of this series, we will examine why one would chose colocation over the other hosting options.


Colocation allows you to place your server machine in someone else's rack and share their bandwidth as your own. It generally costs more than standard Web hosting, but less than a comparable amount of bandwidth into your place of business. Once you have a machine set up, you take it physically to the location of the colocation provider and install it in their rack or you rent a server m... read more

What is The Test Web Host to Use?

The ‘Best’ hosting services are the ones that lie in the narrow intersection of ‘Best’ and ‘Affordable’ hosting. If you’re looking for the best hosting service, you have to ask yourself: what does that mean?

Whatever is ‘Best’ will largely depend on your taste. I would argue that the ‘best’ hosting packages are the ones that offer the most features for little extra cost.

Some hosting companies include a bunch of different features, but charge so much for their hosting. Other companies do not charge very much, but do not include as many features and/or they must be purchased separately.

There are very few hosting companies that will provide many (good quality) services for comparatively less money. You must assess what value these features have for your website:

  • Hosting packages that advertise “Unlimited” bandwidth and disk space, for example, are a con; there’s no such thing as ‘unlimited’ anything in hosting and this is a false-benefit.
  • ‘Unlimited’ bandwidth actually means an ‘unspec... read more