Our Top 6 Tips for Social Media Updates – Don’t Miss These!
Do you find yourself struggling to find ideas for posts on social media platforms? Creating unique content for multiple platforms hundreds of times a year can drive even the most prolific content creator to writer’s block.
Thankfully, there are a few staples of social media posting that you can always fall back on when you’re struggling to keep up with demand for new content. Below you’ll find a variety of types of posts you can use to help you produce an almost endless quantity of social media updates.
Why is Black Hat SEO Still Around?
There was a time when webmasters could easily game search engines into giving their pages a higher ranking than they deserved. Simple tricks like keyword stuffing, hidden text and spamming the Web with links to the target site were quite effective in securing a spot at the top of the search results.
More sophisticated search algorithms have rendered many search engine optimization (SEO) techniques obsolete, however. For years, “black hat” SEO tactics have been a surefire way to get a site downgraded — or even de-listed — by search engines. Even so, black hat SEO techniques such as link spam and hidden text still persist. While they’re ultimately toxic to a page’s search ranking, they sometimes provide a temporary boost which can be exploited by unscrupulous SEO practitioners.
Google Domains vs GoDaddy: Who is Crowned King?
In 2014 Google announced a brand new service which would transform the way we control and manage our domains. I am of course talking about Google Domains which helps users transfer domains from other registrars and then manage and renew them inside Google. The platform has largely been seen as a disruptor in the domain industry, and one major player that it comes up against is GoDaddy.
GoDaddy is perhaps the most well known domain registrar out there, known for their media controversy and very racy commercials. With Google Domains on the scene we wanted to put them up against each other and see who comes out on top. We are going to address some pros and cons and give you an overview of each service, starting with Google Domains.
Google Now Offer a Domain Registration Service & It’s Brilliant
In the mid-part of 2014 Google announced a new domain registration service that was set to invite-only, to take on competitors such as GoDaddy and 123-Reg. The idea is to provide an easy to use and easy to manage alternative to setting yourself up with a web address.
Admittedly this seems to have going right under the radar as only a select number of people have heard about it. There are a few things you need to know about this new beta service and that is why we are dedicated today’s post to Google’s Domain Registration Service.