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Michael Boguslavskiy

Michael Boguslavskiy is a full-stack developer & online presence consultant based out of New York City. He's been offering freelance marketing & development services for over a decade. He currently manages Rapid Purple - and online webmaster resources center; and Media Explode - a full service marketing agency.

March, 2017

  • 16 March

    reCaptcha Is Becoming Invisible

    Seeing a reCaptcha on a contact form has become pretty standard these days, and while the overall process of passing the captcha is rather harmless – it can still be rather annoying at times. Luckily Google has found a way to make the entire captcha process entirely invisible! Well as invisible as it can get. Anyone that the algorithm deems ...

  • 15 March

    20% Off Your First Invoice at eUKHost

    Save 20% on your first invoice with eUKHost when you use this brand new eUKHost coupon code! Play this one smart and choose an annual billing option to get the most savings. Use coupon code  during your checkout process to score the savings! This coupon code remains valid until March 30th, 2017 – so don’t miss out!

  • 15 March

    GoDaddy Launches Business Hosting With Dedicated Resources

    GoDaddy has been strongly targeting the small business owner for a while now – and with good reason. Small business owners need websites, and are often the largest buyer of shared hosting. However shared hosting hasn’t always been very fair to business owners, often combining them on the same servers intended for personal blogs and cat pictures. Business websites require ...

  • 15 March

    Scam Alert: New Variations of Email-Based Domain Renewal Scams Going Around

    Late in 2016 I had first spotted these email-based domain name expiration scams going around, and unfortunately these are making their rounds across the interwebs again, only this time there’s a new variation. Much like the IDNS scam, these scams are also targeting domain name renewals, however these scams focus on sending email-based notifications. I have put together the post below ...

  • 10 March

    1 in 5 Websites Still Using Vulnerable SHA-1 SSL Certificates

    A new cyber security report from Venafi has revealed that over 21% of all websites are still currently using an insecure SSL certificate. SHA-1 certificates were exposed to be vulnerable for man-in-the-middle attacks, collision attacks, and brute force attacks. Remember Heartbleed? “The results of our most recent analysis are not surprising,” said Kevin Bocek, chief security strategist for Venafi. “Even ...

  • 10 March

    Google Confirms: Quality Blog Comments Signify A Healthy Website

    It’s always great to hear a confirmation from Google that helps showcase a positive ranking signal – and Gary Illyes latest tweet essentially gives us just that: DYK quality comments can be a signal of a healthy website? pic.twitter.com/Yugh9AhBWz — Gary Illyes ?( ? )? (@methode) March 10, 2017 Comments on a blog have always seemed to help a website ...

  • 8 March

    Free Double Diskspace from WebHostingUK

    WebHostingUK has recently rolled out a bit of an overhaul to their website, and also their product services. With this overhaul also come new promotions, such as the 2x diskspace promotion that’s being run right now across the entire line of WHUK VPS servers! Thanks to this promotion a Linux VPS with 60GB of SSD storage runs a mere £12.99 /mo! ...

February, 2017

  • 28 February

    Amazon S3 Outage Breaks The Internet

    Amazon’s S3 service had a few hiccups today – and took down a big portion of the web during it. Have you noticed throughout today that your emails look rather weird, websites don’t function properly, images online don’t seem to load, and even your smart thermostats and connected light bulbs aren’t working as they should? That’s because Amazon’s web-based storage ...

  • 28 February

    Love Conquers Like When It Comes To Facebook Reactions

    Remember when Facebook first introduced the new reaction emoji buttons to supplement the original ?? Turns out Facebook wants to use those reactions to gauge what topics should be displayed within your personal newsfeed. For example reacting with ??, ?, or ? emojis signifies that you feel strongly about a specific topic, more strongly than if you were to simply give ...

  • 28 February

    Facebook Videos Being Monetized With Ads

    Facebook videos are extremely popular, extremely. By the end of 2016 Facebook users were watching 100 million hours of videos every single day! With this popularity it only made sense for Facebook to monetize their videos. What Facebook decided to do was integrate ads 20 seconds into their videos, and then share the revenues with their publishers. Currently the breakdown ...

  • 24 February

    Customer Service on Twitter Just Got More Personal

    Twitter is well aware of how popular their platform is for customer service. As such they have launched a new feature allowing customer service agents on Twitter to include their names and profile pictures inside Direct Messages. This gives the entire customer service interaction via Twitter a more personal approach. According to an internal Twitter study 77% of people are ...

  • 22 February

    Google Confirms: Don’t Use URL Fragments

    The SEO community has long known that URL fragments such as http://www.example.com/page.html#something cannot be properly crawled by Google. As such Googlebot will only see page.html, regardless of what content may be dynamically displayed via Ajax as part of the #something fragment. This was confirmed by Google’s John Mueller via a Twitter post early this morning: @ryansiddle No. I'd recommend moving away ...

  • 22 February

    You’re Doing It Wrong: Social Media Happens Every Day

    When I consult small business owners on their online marketing I often get asked the same question: “what am I doing wrong?” – which has led me to start up a new post-series which dissects the various different “You’re Doing It Wrong” situations and their answers. To kick things off we will focus what is probably the #1 mistake that ...

  • 14 February

    Facebook Videos Will Soon Auto-Play With Sound

    Remember when it was a big deal that Facebook started auto-playing videos as you scrolled by them in your newsfeed? Facebook recently finished up testing auto-playing sound along with those videos – and apparently decided it was a good idea. So, coming soon, everyone gets auto-playing sound along with their auto-playing videos! People are watching and sharing more video on ...

  • 14 February

    Twitter Growth Is Severly Behind It’s Competition

    Twitter has many problems these days – and growth is one of the major ones. Over the course of  a 2 year span (2015 – 2016) Twitter has gained only 31 million active monthly users. A recent study showed Instagram gaining 300 million and Facebook gaining 467 million during the same year. Check out the full comparison below which sadly ...

  • 14 February

    Google Confirms: PageRank Is Still Being Used

    Google’s PageRank came about, as we know it anyway, has been around for almost two decades – and Google’s Gary Illyes recently reminded us that it’s still very much alive. In a “DidYouKnow” tweet he states “DYK that after 18 years we’re still using PageRank (and 100s of other signals) in ranking?“. Check out the tweet below: DYK that after 18 ...

  • 9 February

    The Easiest Techno Dots Texture You’ll Ever Make

    Polka Dots or Techno Dots as I like to call them are a great way to spice up any design – and I have an extremely easy way to quickly create them. As usual, start things off with a new file with a white background. Then open the Channels Panel via Window > Channels and create a New Channel. Now using ...

  • 9 February

    130 Million Ads Rejected Last Year by Bing

    Bing recently released their Ad Quality Year in Review report for 2016 – reviewing the various different actions that Bing has taken towards malicious and misleading ads on their network. The stats are not pretty. Bing rejected 130 million ads and banned 175,000 advertisers – and even with numbers as impressive as these – online malvertising threats still managed to ...

  • 9 February

    Use The 1&1 Website Builder All Year Long for Less Than $25

    Decided on building a new website for your business and figured you would go the route of using a website builder to do it? 1&1 is here to help with a promotion offering their own website builder for $1.99/mo only! The deal does have some specifics to be aware of. The offer is valid for the first 12 months only, ...

  • 9 February

    Save Up To 40% On Office 365 from GoDaddy

    Unless you are a teacher or a student – you’re probably stuck paying for Microsoft Office – every single month. Those charges add up. Luckily GoDaddy has rolled out a new promotion on Microsoft Office 365 with discounts up to 40%! The basic Online Essentials plan which gives you all the Office apps and 1TB of storage is on sale at ...

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