Each year, Google changes its search algorithm around 500–600 times. While most of these changes are minor, Google occasionally rolls out a “major” algorithmic update (such as Google Panda and Google Penguin) that affects search results in significant ways. For search marketers, knowing the dates of these Google updates can help explain changes in rankings […]read more
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Talking about all things hosting every day means terms like “VPS,” “virtual machines,” and the at-times nebulous (pardon my pun) “cloud” come up a lot in my day-to-day dialogue. Sure, we all love to talk up the scalability potential, and being able to “virtually” share space on multiple machines sounds like a great middle ground […]read more
You’re no stranger to the fact that adult content dominates the majority of the data on the Internet. Once a day, you’re exposed to sexually explicit content, whether you want it or not. Perhaps it’s because you are making your daily visit to your favorite website, or because you see a pop up that encourages […]read more
At A2 Hosting, the advantages of our shared web hosting packages are obviously speeding. However, the other pros of these plans include affordability and convenience. Our shared web hosting environment means we can offer reasonably priced hosting plans because our customers are not only sharing server resources, but they are also spreading the cost of […]read more
Google changes its search algorithm frequently. But it is easy to overlook when changes happen, because Google does not announce it in most cases. The onus is on online marketers to detect the change, typically by witnessing noticeable changes in SEO performance after the fact. If you find some erratic SEO performance shifts and can’t […]read more