Home > Articles & Tips (page 4)

Articles & Tips

Most of the articles featured here simply did not fit within the tutorials section of this blog; however they still discuss points that every webmaster should be at least aware of.

Featured Posts From Articles & Tips

All The Content

I Want A Website: Using A Website Builder

So you’ve made the decision to use a website builder for your website and now your sitting there wondering “now what”. Well now that you’ve made the decision to use a Website Builder, you need to pick one. Picking the right one for you is going to come down to what exactly you want to be able to do with ...

Read More »

I Want A Website: Building My Own Website

So you decided to bypass the website builder route and build your website yourself. This is definitely the harder way to go about building your website however you will learn alot more and hopefully have some fun along the way. First thing is first. Your going to need to get yourself a domain name and a hosting plan. Now usually ...

Read More »

I Want A Website: An Introduction

So the time has finally come when you’ve decided it’s time to get a website up – whether it be for your personal blog or your business you’ve made the decision to get yourself onto the world wide web. So now you’re probably sitting there wondering – What now? Do I call GoDaddy? Web.com? Wix? I want a website – ...

Read More »

Fixing Your Website After a base64 Attack

Website attacks are becoming more and more popular these days, and Base64 attacks are by far one of the most common. They focus on exploiting a PHP vulnerability within a website and injecting malicious, base64-encoded code. The main targets of such attacks are usually out-dated, poorly coded, or nulled plugins. With that said if you’ve found that you’re website suddenly ...

Read More »

Building An Adult Website

Adult websites. Porn. XXX. However you call it it’s still one of the greatest moneymakers on the web. It still gets more traffic than most other web-based industries. So if you’re considering starting an adult website, it is certainly no wonder why. With some business acumen, a bit of ethics, and certain knowledge of the law, you can make quite ...

Read More »

Is Your Host Really Using SSD’s?

It seems that whenever a new technology gets introduced into the hosting industry there’s a fair share of providers who choose to make claims about the use of this new technology without actually integrating it into their infrastructure. Such has been the case as SSD’s first got introduced into the hosting marketplace. SSD’s offer a tremendous amount of improvement over ...

Read More »

99% Of Guest Bloggers Today Can’t Write

There’s been quiet alot of talk going on lately about guest blogging and what’s to come of it. Google made a clear stance against the current state of guest blogging; and the recent hits on both MyBlogGuest, and more recently PostJoint are evidence of that. All this has created quiet the stir amongst the SEO community with plenty of people ...

Read More »

Increasing Your Websites Sales

Anyone who has been marketing online knows that the lifeblood of a business is the traffic of a site. More visitors equal more sales. However, there are things you can do to increase your sales without increasing your traffic – thus increasing your conversion rate. Here are some ways that you can tweak your websites with to improve sales without ...

Read More »

eCommerce Myths That Are Here To Stay

Some myths seem to make so much common sense that people will keep repeating them. When it comes to eCommerce, the misconceptions are particular virulent. Here are a few myths that seem like they just won’t go away no matter how hard people try and spread the word about them. eCommerce Is Easy This one is half myth and half marketing ...

Read More »

A Few Common & Not So Common Web Hosting Questions

Web hosting is a very important part of any business, service or entrepreneurship. One needs to convey their ideas to the external world through the best platform that exists today, the Internet. Not only does it improve one’s reach, it also enhances the probability of someone finding you as the best solution for their particular problem. The complete process of ...

Read More »

SEO Challenges And Tips For Small Businesses Today

Most small businesses require an expert SEO company to help create and implement marketing strategies that work. A lot has changed since the days of keyword-based SEO and websites now need rich and useful content in order to positively affect their brand. Generating SEO ideas can be challenging even for experienced marketers and the components required to formulate an SEO ...

Read More »

Avoid A Website Hosting Nightmare

If you are new to owning and managing a website, this advice can save you a ton of trouble. If you are an experienced blogger or site owner, the idea may come as a surprise. Sometimes, we don’t see the obvious until it whacks us over the head. First, a story. Is saving money always a good idea? My friend, ...

Read More »

Outside The Box Marketing: Big Signs

I had once read a story online about a brick and mortar business that I had thought would be a perfect example of outside the box marketing. Something I often mention within this blog. The story goes as follows: There was once a brick and mortar business that had been around for a very long time. Due to the law ...

Read More »

Yet Another Reminder to Choose Secure Passwords

There is a great article circulating the interwebs this week discussing the Worst Passwords of 2013 – or more specifically the Top 25 Worst Passwords. The list, compiled by SplashData, is based on files containing millions of stolen passwords which have been posted online in the last year. Sadly this list goes to show just how many people still do not ...

Read More »

Making Use of The Free Yext Powerlistings Report

 Every day, millions of potential customers search for businesses on hundreds of different online sites – from Google and Yahoo Maps, to Yelp, JJList, MerchantCircle and LinkedIn. At least one of these sites displays the wrong business name, phone number, or address for approximately 68% of established businesses. Obviously if a business’s information is missing or wrong, potential customers will ...

Read More »

Google Adsense: Your Content Better Not Suck

After a recent issue a client of mine had, I wanted to take a few minutes to touch base on proper use of Google Adsense. See among most webmaster forums you will find a plethora of people wondering how to make any substantial money from Google Adsense. I’m sure that many of you have heard this before, but I’m going to ...

Read More »
Guerilla Marketing on Williamsburg Bridge

Basic Marketing We Often Overlook

I was standing in traffic on the Williamsburg Bridge this past weekend and noticed a flurry of stickers along side the railing. Perfectly eye level. To me it was the ideal form of entertainment. During the next half hour that I spent crawling over the bridge in what was usual New York City traffic I had found some pretty amazing ...

Read More »

Like every other website, this site uses cookies to analyze our traffic. Cookies may also be utilized by our advertisers and partners. By using this website you agree to the use of said cookies. More Information

The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings, continuing to navigate past this message, or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to the use of cookies on the Rapid Purple website.

Close