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January, 2013

  • 6 January

    Rapid Purple Becomes #1 Blog on Business-Blogs.com

    Back in April Rapid Purple was added to Business-Blogs.com; which is part of one of the largest blog directories out there – Blog Nation. Checking the stats recently I have noticed that Rapid Purple is now the #1 blog on Business-Blogs.com, and the most promoted one. So I would like to take this time to thank you, the valued visitor, ...

December, 2012

  • 17 December

    Google SafeSearch Updates & How To Restore Your Image Traffic

    At the end of November, Google changed their SafeSearch handling from three levels (SafeSearch could be "Off", "Moderate" or "On") to just "On" or "Off." From what I have been hearing since then

  • 15 December

    Dotregistry.org Launched

    Dot Registry

    Dot Registry™ is a leader in online innovation dedicated to protecting the US Business Community. Recently, Dot Registry has applied for four new community based gTLD’s through the Internet Corporation of Assigned Names and Numbers ( ICANN). DOT Registry’s extensions; .INC, .LLC, .LLP, and .CORP, will mark an unprecedented change in the online marketplace as being the first domain extensions ...

  • 11 December

    90 Percent of People Don’t Know How CTRL+F Works

    Dan Russel, a search anthropologist at Google recently uncovered a rather ridiculous statistic: As many as 90 per cent of people actually don’t know how to properly use the CTRL/Command+F search option on a website or word document. “I do these field studies and I can’t tell you how many hours I’ve sat in somebody’s house as they’ve read through a ...

  • 9 December

    IX Hosting Announces Future cPanel Based Shared Plans

    IX Web Hosting has sent their partners an email about their latest updates with their redesign of MyIX – their customized online control panel for their customers. Well all the way at the bottom of this email – they mentioned they are working on releasing a new cPanel solution for shared hosting. While IX does offer Linux shared hosting – ...

November, 2012

  • 30 November

    Syria Experiencing an Internet Blackout

    Syria’s internet stability has been questionable in the recent past as-is – so the latest news from Internet Security firm Renesys that all 84 of Syria’s IP address blocks have become unreachable won’t help the situation any. This was originally reported at 10:26 UTC on Thursday, 29 November – 2012. As of the writing of this post – no sign from the ...

  • 30 November

    IE Sucks … Less

    The new commercial from Microsoft’s latest “The Browser You Used to Hate” campaign is, honestly, quiet funny. It’s fairly true though – it will be hard for Internet Explorer to gain the trust back, especially after all the years of torture it has put us all through. There will be plenty of people that will stay firm on their hatred ...

  • 16 November

    HootSuite Ranked #1 Twitter Client

    A recent Brandwatch study found that HootSuite is the #1 Twitter client being used by businesses to manage their social media. This ranking is an great indicator of where social media for business is headed. Download or view the Brandwatch report here. In the meantime take a moment to check out HootSuite’s new video with their own social media coach to discuss tactics for improving engagement ...

  • 16 November

    Google Adsense Now Features 300×600 Sized Banners

    Google has recently announced the addition of 300×600 units for their Adsense platform.  “As screens grow and web content continues to become richer, the format and capabilities of ad units continue to evolve as well,” says AdSense UI engineer Omer Gimenez Llach, adding that one of the top requests from publishers has been for larger ad sizes. “The 300×600 unit, sometimes referred ...

  • 14 November

    SugarSync 2.0 Beta Launched

    SugarSync is proud to announce the release of their new 2.0 Beta product!  This new and improved version takes all the features you loved from the original, and adds a number of improvements as well. The switch to SugarSync 2.0 Beta is quick and seamless, and files and folders you are currently syncing will not be affected by switching to the newer version. ...

  • 13 November

    Does Google Take Action on Spammy Guest Blogging Activities?

    Does Google Take Action Against Spammy Blog Posts?

    As everyone makes themselves familiar with Google's latest link scheme guidelines, more and more questions are coming up. The latest question coming in from Nandita B in India asks:

  • 13 November

    cPanel Releases Stable 11.34 Build

    cPanel Inc. just recently spoke about the release of a Stable version 11.34, and a few short days later – it’s finally here. Announced yesterday the release of version 11.34 Stable of cPanel & WHM software brings many improvements and upgrades to the package. As per cPanel CEO, J. Nick Koston’s Keynote speech at the 7th annual cPanel Conference, some of ...

  • 7 November

    Volusion Introduces New All-Time Low Pricing!

    The team over at Volusion is excited to announce the launch of their newest ecommerce plan, the Mini! The Mini allows you to purchase their award-winning software at an all-time low price of $9 per month. Going hand-in-hand with the launch of Volusion Mini is a completely new pricing setup for all Volusion’s other ecommerce packages. As always you can ...

  • 6 November

    Adobe Changing Upgrade Policy

    Beginning in 2013, Adobe is changing their upgrade pricing policy so that users with only the most recent product versions will qualify. Take advantage of this special introductory upgrade pricing on Creative Suite 6 for all customers who own CS3 and CS4 individual products and suite editions. This upgrade offer is valid through December 31, 2012.  After that date, only customers who ...

  • 3 November

    FeedBurner API Shut Down

    As part of Google’s spring-cleaning announcement –  the FeedBurner API has been shut down. Any application that requests subscriber information will fail to retrieve the data. This includes custom subscriber count widgets, and various iPhone apps – like Ego. This does bring up the concern of what will come of FeedBurner over the next several years. Will the service slowly be phased ...

October, 2012

  • 31 October

    Hurricane Sandy Floods Datacenters, Brings Down Gawker

    Hurricane Sandy has definitely caused quiet the damage among the East Coast - and within all that havoc it flooded the Datagram datacenter; home to Gawker, Buzzfeed, and Gizmodo.

  • 29 October

    LunarPages Partners with Conversion Pipeline

    LunarPages has recently announced a partnership with online marketing agency Conversion Pipeline in an effort to provide their web hosting customers with Search Engine Optimization and Pay-per-Click services. This new partnership with Conversion Pipeline affords clients the opportunity to promote their brand and advertise their website with first-class Internet marketing expertise. Lunarpages Marketing Manager Alfonso Fernandez explains, “There are numerous ...

  • 20 October

    UK2 Rated #9 in Top10 Hosting for Bloggers List

    John Rampton, founder of Blogging.org, ran a poll recently asking genuine bloggers which hosts they liked using and which they would recommend to others. UK2.net came 9th in the poll, with 25 hosts listed in total. John called the poll ‘one of the most complete guides on the best hosting companies in the world. No bloggers out there want to have ...

  • 18 October

    An Inside Look at Google’s Datacenters

    Never before has the general public been given an open look at the inside of Google’s datacenters – until now. True Google has shared many of their designs and best practices, and they have been publishing their efficiency data since 2008, however only a small handful of employees have access to the server floor itself. Yesterday Google announced the launch of a new site ...

  • 17 October

    Browser Vendors Team Up To Create Universal HTML5 Documentation

    Developing in HTML5 hasn't exactly been easy - since most documentation that's currently available for HTML5 is biased towards a specific browser. Adobe, Apple,

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