Information Google is Missing Most people assume that major search engines like Google and Bing can literally find all of the information on the internet instantly. However, this is not always the case. Researchers at the University of Ireland have discovered a major blind spot in Google’s search algorithm, and have put together some ideas … Continued
Here is a collection of LAMP stack cheat sheets for Apache, PHP, MYSQL and SHH terminal commands. Many of these will be direclty related to configure a cloud server, decidated server for VPS and installing WordPress. MYSQL Commands http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/MySQL/CheatSheet CHMOD File Permissions http://codex.wordpress.org/Changing_File_Permissions Linux Shell Commands Library http://linux.about.com/od/commands/l/blcmds.htm Great set of Unix Manuals / Cheat Sheets … Continued
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Title Tag Length There are many different guidelines for producing search engine optimized meta data. A common question that comes up with inbound marketers is: How long should a title tag be? As a rule of thumb, you should limit your title tags to 8 or 9 words. The best practice is have 4 or … Continued
Here is an old school (Yahoo Directory Throw Back Page!) list of Search Engines and Directories with Submit Site Pages. I found this accidentally while submitting some content updates for my own site. Google: Add your URL Submit a URL for inclusion in the Google search engine. www.google.com/addurl.html AddDirectoryEasy.com Lets users add their website to … Continued