Using Forums to Increase Site Traffic

A high ranking in search engines results is largely responsible for directing traffic to your website. While relevant and well-written content could help boost rankings, exploring back linking opportunities could allow you to spread your site all over the web to further improve search engine returns. Back linking is one method of search engine optimisation. Back links are links placed outside your website that link back to yours. One Way Backlinks...

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Rank Higher in Search Results with Niche Keywords

Search engine optimisation seeks to make a particular web page rank higher in the search engine results pages for specific keywords. The high-ranking pages are those that attract more traffic compared with the low-ranking pages for the same keywords.  Viewers typically click among the first five search results. Therefore, the goal of your website is to secure a spot among the top five and stick to it. Statistically, generic keywords return the highest...

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Google Sitemaps. Why Your Site Should Have One

There are two general types of sitemaps. The first type is an HTML sitemap that lists all the pages in your site. Often, the pages are arranged into sections to help users find the information they need within your site. The second type is an XTML Sitemap, always spelled with a capital S. This type benefits the site owner or web manager as it is a tool for them to share website information with Google. Sitemaps complement Google’s basic methods...

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WordPress Releases Version 2.6.2

WordPress has released version 2.6.2 to address multiple vulnerabilities. These vulnerabilities are due to SQL column truncation and weaknesses in random number generation. Combined, these vulnerabilities may allow an attacker to reset a user’s password and possibly predict the newly generated password. Exploitation of these vulnerabilities could permit an attacker to gain access to a system running WordPress with open registration enabled under...

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Google Chrome Update to 0.2.149.29

Google has released Chrome version 0.2.149.29 to address multiple vulnerabilities. The four vulnerabilities are due to the following: 1. a buffer overflow condition in the handling of filenames displayed in the “Save As” dialog 2. a buffer overflow condition in the handling of link targets displayed in the status area when a user hovers over a link 3. an out-of-bounds memory read error when parsing URLs ending with :% 4. a default configuration...

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