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ClickHOST is now a CloudFlare Certified Partner and offers the basic free CloudFlare service to all customers! The CloudFlare content delivery network takes advantage of recent changes to hardware, server technology and network routing to deliver an easy-to-set-up, affordable and high-performance CDN that reduces hops and lowers latency for visitors to your website. CloudFlare’s popularity is undisputed as they claim over 25% of the Internet’s population regularly passes through their network. CloudFlare essentially does two things for ClickHOST customers: Makes your website more secure Makes your website faster Once you activate CloudFlare in your ClickHOST account, your website becomes even […]
Recently I wrote about my top 3 onsite SEO ranking factors to help get your site in shape to receive traffic from Google. But, what good are title tags, page copy and internal linking if you don’t target the right keywords on your site? Often, the words you think people search for to find your site are not the ones they actually use. For example, in the case of ClickHOST, one might search for website related terms or WordPress related terms instead of hosting terms. There are tons of SEO tools out there to help you find the right words […]
Make a wish. If you could change just three things on your site to boost SEO performance, what would they be? SEO professionals like to divide their optimization efforts into onsite and offsite: anything you can do to your website (tags, text, redirects, etc.) vs. what you can do elsewhere (link building, social media, etc.). Google says it puts over 200 ranking signals to use in determining which sites should appear in search results. If you visit popular SEO forums, you will see threads ablaze with arguments over which ranking factors are important. Such is the subjective nature of search […]
Moving your website is easy, but sometimes there can be unwanted downtime in the move. These steps should provide you with a guide for how to move your site without experiencing any downtime. Steps: Sign up for the hosting package you would like, you should receive a confirmation email and then later a setup email with your account details. Once you have the setup email, FTP to your site on ClickHOST with the provided login information and use the IP as the server: Upload all of your site files to the /web directory. Log into your site’s cpanel through the […]