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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.

April, 2017

  • 30 April

    Facebook Pixel Can Now Track Website Actions & Form Submission Data

    The Facebook Pixel just got a huge upgrade – and this is BIG news for marketers. Facebook Pixel makes up Facebook’s own tracking system which helps to track conversions, run re-targeting campaigns, and optimize your advertising campaign budgets. The recent update lets the Pixel also track website actions, such as form submissions, and also collect the data submitted in those forms. ...

  • 29 April

    Google Confirms: SSL Ranking Boost Won’t Be Getting Any Stronger

    Way back in 2014 Google announced the SSL ranking boost which gave a small ranking boost to all websites who switched over to HTTPS instead of HTTP. Since then talk about the SSL ranking boost has never really subsided – with people constantly looking to SSL as a quick way to increase their website rankings, and others constantly looking for ...

  • 29 April

    What’s The Best Way To Save A PNG in Adobe Photoshop?

    One of the most common questions that comes up from beginner-level Adobe Photoshop users is which options should you be selecting when saving a PNG. What is the best way to save a PNG file? Photoshop opens a pop-up whenever you select to save an image as a PNG, and most people simply leave the default options selected whenever it ...

  • 26 April

    Save 18% On New Purchases at Domain.com & Doster.com

    Domain.com and Dotster.com have launched a brand new coupon code good for 18% off all new purchases – domain names, hosting accounts, and email plans! Simply use coupon code  during your checkout process on either Domain.com, MyDomain.com or Dotster.com.  

  • 26 April

    GoDaddy Managed WordPress Hosting Just $12/yr

    GoDaddy has been offering managed WordPress hosting since about 2014 now – and they do a pretty good job at offering a rather unique product. The basic managed hosting package starts you off with 10GB of storage, a free domain name & Office 365 business email account, and support for 1 website and 25,000 monthly visitors. However what you also ...

  • 26 April

    Liquid Web Cloud Sites On Sale for $99/mo

    Cloud Sites from Liquid Web offers a fully managed hosting environment, powered by SSD drives, and ran on a network that promises 100% uptime. Scale in seconds, host an unlimited number of websites (within a 50GB storage limit), manage all of your websites from a single dashboard, and feel confident while doing it with 24/7 support via phone, email, or ...

  • 25 April

    Welcome OrangeAssassin – The Open Source Antispam Framework from SpamExperts

    SpamAssasin by Apache has long been the standard in linux-based anti-spam filtering technology and comes as standard across most shared hosting platforms you may encounter. In-fact if you are using Apache with cPanel/WHM on your host right now – there’s a good chance that you have Apache SpamAssassin enabled and running. However the recent introduction of OrangeAssassin, an open-source replacement ...

  • 25 April

    Infographic: Guide To Social Media Image Sizes [2017]

    Making a new cover photo for Facebook? Want to redesign your Google+ profile? Then you need an updated infographic showing you the latest image sizes – and luckily the good folks over at MakeAWebsiteHub.com have created a new graphic, fresh for 2017, featuring all the social media image sizes you might need! Check it out below, and if you’re curious ...

  • 25 April

    Windows 10 Creators Update Gets An All New Screenshot Tool

    Microsoft has been talking a lot recently about the latest Windows 10 update titled The Creators Update – which brings about a host of awesome new features and tools. However one little-known update comes in the form of a brand new shortcut which lets you take a screenshot of any part of your screen! You may be wondering, “do we really ...

  • 25 April

    Instagram Goes to War on Fake Accounts – Shuts Down Instagress

    No social network likes fake accounts. Facebook is constantly purging them from their databases, with 30k of them being deleted just last week. The move was sure to expand to Instagram eventually where bots and third-party providers have been happily offering fake comments, likes, and followers, for a very long time. In-fact, a study from 2015 which examined over 10 million ...

  • 19 April

    Facebook Deletes 30,000+ Fake Accounts

    Following a recent clean-up effort by Facebook the company has announced that they have identified and removed some 30,000 fake accounts from their networks. I’ve always said that buying fake likes and followers doesn’t really work – and this is the best proof of that. Facebook is constantly adapting their algorithms to enhance their ability to detect fake accounts – ...

  • 19 April

    Facebook Open Sources Litho – A UI Framework for Android Apps

    During this week’s F8 developer conference Facebook announced their plans to open-source Litho – a declarative framework designed to build efficient user interfaces on Android platforms. In-fact this is the very same framework that Facebook uses to build it’s own Android apps – complete with built-in tools to improve scroll performance by 35%. The beauty of Litho is that it’s ...

  • 15 April

    Infographic: A Guide To Social Media Customer Care

    These days customer support via social media is more popular than ever – and if as a business owner you’re still not totally convinced I recommend you read my original article from 2016 about how social media rescued my ongoing relationship with two different brands thanks to social media customer support. As social media customer support evolves and continues to ...

  • 14 April

    Google Confirms: Domain Name Age Doesn’t Affect Search Rankings

    The SEO community frequently talks about domain name age and debates it’s importance within the Google algorithm. As such it was inevitable that someone would finally ask John Mueller for an official answer, and John responded with his usual detailed reply: “no“. @_newsbulletin @methode no — John ?.o(???)o.? (@JohnMu) April 12, 2017 Check out more SEO confirmations from Google here.

  • 13 April

    Can Facebook Messenger Make Money Via Ads?

    Facebook Messenger is making tremendous strides recently as its popularity and use continues to grow. Recent reports show that Messenger holds 1.2 billion monthly active users as of April 2017, up from 1 billion in July 2016, which is an impressive 200 million user growth within a mere 8 month period. Needless to say these are some pretty impressive numbers, however ...

  • 13 April

    Infographic: Lesser Known Facts About Domain Names, Hosting & The Internet

    Did you know that emails have technically been around since 1962? Or that info.cern.ch was the first official website? How about the fact that .zip is one of the fastest growing domain name extensions? Check out the following infographic from the folks over at EverData Datacenters who have compiled some less-than-common facts about domain names, hosting, and the world wide ...

  • 13 April

    Submit New URLs To Google Straight From The Search Results Page

    Remember the days when you would utilize various online services to submit your website to search engines? Thankfully this isn’t really required anymore and in-fact Google has made it easier than ever to submit your URL to them. Simply run a search for “submit to Google“, or anything similar. You will then be be shown a simple submission form at the ...

  • 12 April

    Instagram Makes it Easier for Users to Contact Businesses

    Ever since Instagram rolled out business profiles back in 2016 they’ve been steadily improving them to ensure that business owners can truly get the most from their business profiles. The most recent change aims to simplify the process a user goes through to contact a business by placing buttons to Call, Email, or get Directions below the main profile header. ...

  • 6 April

    Comodo Dome Shield Provides Free DNS-Based Online Security for All

    Over the years malware threats have steadily risen, with the latest report showing a 132% increase in malvertising from 2015 to 2016. Malicious websites are constantly popping up, and new malware threats are constantly going around and infecting websites. Luckily Comodo is here to help by offering their cloud-based web security platform, Comodo Dome Shield, completely free of charge for ...

  • 4 April

    Top 5 Free SEO Tools For Bootstrapping Small Businesses in 2017

    The Internet is an immensely competitive place, and when it comes to Search Engines, the competition can be flat out fierce. Everyone wants to be at the top of Google and other search engines. It’s not an ego thing, it’s all about the cash money. As such, websites and companies are willing to invest huge sums into their SEO efforts. ...

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