Amazon averages sales of $117,882 per minute. I’ll let you think about that number for a second. That’s a good deal of cash, so it might not have mattered much that Amazon recently lost around $4.72 million when Amazon’s site went down for 40 minutes this past Monday. But for companies that aren’t as big as Amazon, 40 minutes offline is a big deal.
In an effort to try and calm the companies that use Google Cloud Storage, Google has announced that all files will now be automatically encrypted. Using 128-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES}, files will be encrypted by Google before they are “written to disk.”
Backlinking. It’s a touchy subject. One that confuses a lot of would-be bloggers and cheap hosting site owners. Should you do it? How often should you do it? Are there any real guidelines that Google has set on the topic? It all depends on how you look at it. Here’s a guide to blog backlinking that makes things (relatively) simple.
Should Cloud Companies Move to Canada?
Today, one of the most popular Google searches is “non-Us cloud-based companies.” Cloud users not living in the states have been frightened away by government spying. That’s not good news for cloud hosting companies based in the USA. But, it might be good news for cloud companies in other countries.
How to KeepYour Page Rank and SEO Intact When Moving a Site
Moving your site or working on a site redesign? Don’t make the same mistake that many companies make by not going through the right steps before you do any major work on your site. Neglecting to do things the right way can result in a major loss of natural traffic, and some punishment from search engines like Google.
Yesterday, we announced that all adult content would be blocked for UK residents. We also reported that publishers are urging companies like Google to remove pirated websites from the Internet. Today, we report that a ton of UK torrent (and other) websites have been blocked from view.
Snagged a great cheap hosting deal? Set up a site? Got tons of readers? Now what? You have to keep pushing the envelope in order to keep that momentum going. How? It’s not as tough as it seems.
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