MAJOR WordPress attack going on NOW

If you own a WordPress blog, make sure it’s secure. According to HostGator.com’s blog, there is a significant WordPress attack taking place across a number of web hosts. As I type these words, there is an on-going and highly-distributed, global attack on WordPress installations across virtually every web host in existence.  This attack is well […]

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If You Use Google Analytics You Must Read This

Google Analytics is a great piece of software, but it has a major flaw in the way it tracks average time on site and bounce rate. Let’s take the worst-case scenario as an example; someone visits your site, spends five minutes reading an article, but has no further interaction with your site and then leaves.  […]
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Increase Ad Revenue and Advertiser Retention by 10% Overnight

Many of you reading this own at least one developed website with paid advertisers.  If you aren’t following these simple tips, you aren’t serving your advertisers as well as you could be and you are leaving money on the table.  I’m talking about ad blocking software that is available for free for most browsers. A […]
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Save Time With These Two Simple WHOIS Bookmarklets

Domain name investors spend a lot of time researching WHOIS information to see if a domain name is available or to contact the owner to make a purchase offer. I’ve created two simple bookmarklets that allow you to quickly check WHOIS information for a domain name. To save these bookmarklets, simply right-click the links below […]
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Blogger’s traffic to Domaining.com revealed

This afternoon Aaron sent me an email to tell me it was the 28th anniversary of the .COM so Domaining.com should receive a ton of traffic from his Symbolics.com site. I did not shared his enthousiasm about referrals due to my huge experience on linkage… People tend to think when they place an award into […]
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Google Spreadsheet Trick Automatically Generates Popular Keyword Lists

One of the original Google Labs projects, Google Sets, was discontinued and later integrated as a feature in Google Spreadsheets. TechCrunch recently reported the re-discovery and found it to be useful as a way to list types of beer. Hacker News points to its potential use as a market research tool. Google Sets are essentially […]

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Domain industry gluttons revealed

Thanks to DROPPING.com you can now find out who are the TOP drop catchers.   Ranked by registrant name # Registrant purchases/month 1 Private Registrant 36950 2 Andrew Reberry andrew 35456 3 Illegal Whois – Chinese 9693 4 WANG SONGXU 4845 5 www.jinmi.com 3800 6 Domain Asset Holdings 3490 7 Admin – 2425 8 Domain […]
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