At Techie Buzz we use a cache server to serve up static content, it helps us reduce the load on the main server, however using a cache server in itself is not going to help speed up load time, you also need to make sure that the files are cached by the browser too. Many [...]

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google_sitelinks

Sitelinks are additional links Google sometimes generates from site contents in order to help users navigate your site. Google generates these sitelinks periodically from your site’s contents. This list of sitelinks is update periodically, so you may see different sitelinks for your site over a period of time. However, Google does allow website owners to [...]

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Quite recently the Google Blog carried a story which included tips for webpage design, the one point that caught my eye was; Tip #1: Pass the 8 second test. At first glance, a visitor should understand the purpose of your website within a few seconds. People are busy and have limited attention spans — you [...]

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backlink_checker

Backlinks are incoming links to a website or web page. In the search engine optimization (SEO) world, the number of backlinks is one indication of the popularity or importance of that website or page (though other measures, such as PageRank, are likely to be more important). Outside of SEO, the backlinks of a webpage may [...]

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iplocals

If you are using a shared webhosting services, there are pretty high chances that your hosting provider may be allowing several other sites to be hosted on the same server, not that hosting multiple sites on a single server is a problem, but having more than a specified number of websites hosted on a single [...]

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load_test_websites

You never know if your website is Digg Ready, until you actually hit the Digg frontpage once in a while, however a Load simulation service can help you determine, if you web server is actually ready to handle huge amount of traffic. Load Impact simulates a situation and runs a online load testing service, which [...]

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google-alerts-choose-feeds

Remember a tool called Google Alerts we had told you about quite some time back, which would send you email alerts as and when your keywords appeared in search or blog results? If not, then head to this post to read about getting alerts for your targeted keywords through Google Alerts. Earlier with Google Alerts, [...]

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google-malware-alert-search-engine

Google has been pretty serious about security of search results, so that users do not fall prey to malware or virus attacks. In order to make people aware of problematic sites, Google shows a message This site may harm your computermessage in the search results for problematic websites. Related: Online Security Tips How to keep [...]

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website-down-screenshot

There are literally hundreds of services that allow you to monitor the website for uptime, but the common problem is that they are either too costly or the free ones do not run at regular intervals. Prior to few days ago we relied heavily on montastic and monit for monitoring our website for downtimes. The [...]

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404-widget-snapshot

The Google Webmaster Central Blog announced the availability of a 404 Widget for websites, that would add more value to the error page shown, when a page does not exist on a website. The widget adds a closest match URL based on the error page and the links available in the sitemap you upload to [...]

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google-webmaster-gadget-screenshot

Google Webmasters is probably one of the best ways to track, view statistics and manage indexing of any given website for Google search engines. Webmasters often visit the Google Webmasters dashboard to check on various aspects of their websites, though this is recommended there is a much more easier way to do that. The Google [...]

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google-adsense-for-feeds

AdSense for Feeds has been made available to all Google AdSense publishers today, this will allow publishers to display AdSense ads in your feeds allowing them to earn extra income from their RSS feeds. Adding AdSense to your feeds is not as simple as it seems though, you will first have to migrate your FeedBurner [...]

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feedburner

Feed subscribers have become a very important factor for webmasters to determine their success, and unlike website visitors, feed subscribers get regular updates in their feed readers or through email. The feed subscribers count changes everyday, and webmasters are always keen to see the number of subscribers and hits to their feeds, to do that [...]

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There may be several webmasters who host their sites / blogs using either a VPS or dedicated hosting. With such kind of a setup you may not only get better performance, but may also have to deal with several headaches of maintaining the servers yourself. Traffic spikes to your websites can send the Apache server [...]

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