Dreamhost coupon codes

June 6, 2018 John 12

Here’s a list of some of the latest Dreamhost coupon and promo code discounts available for summer 2018. Save cash on a hosting plan or upgrade your account with free extra domains and/or unique IP addresses!


A Cleaner Road to Ranking and SEO

July 16, 2017 John 0

Google has suggested that it is possible to rank for moderately competitive keywords with only on-site optimization, but is it really possible? Early results from an experiment for a local business suggest great results that could revolutionize what we know of SEO.

Google Cracks Down on Fake News

February 23, 2017 John 0

NaturalNews has been scrubbed from Google index and cache results. The site often peddled in pseudo-science and medical misinformation, and this likely signals a shift to exile fake news from the online zeitgeist.

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Confirmed: Publication Date Effects Search Standing

February 9, 2015 John 0

A quick experiment has confirmed what was already suspected – that the publication date on a piece of content can have a large influence on how that content ranks in the search engines. With no other changes, a one-year difference in publishing date seems to correlate with about two and a half pages worth of search ranks.

Content Freshness and Speed for SEO

February 7, 2015 John 0

The fundamental foundation of good SEO hasn’t changed: before your site can even be considered you need a web server that provides safe and swift content delivery. You also need up to date content! Only after these factors are in place can one start to look at crossing the gap to the top few search spots.

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Dreamhost Coupon 2015

February 7, 2015 John 0

2015 is just about here and as always, it is a great time to expand your online publishing to include more hosting for more domains and more traffic! Click here to get the biggest discounts provided by Dreamhost in 2015 – with no restrictions!

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College & education affiliate programs – lessons from the niche that disappeared

September 19, 2013 John 0

There are no guarantees when it comes to promoting advertisers on the web. A favorite program may decide to shut down shop for all sorts of reasons, and some political & business developments can even wipe out an entire niche – practically overnight. The first step to protecting your online income from uncertainty is to be aware of the potential dangers you will eventually face.


Bluehost vs Dreamhost

September 19, 2013 John 12

Bluehost vs. Dreamhost – Two very similar shared hosting companies with a few key differences that may determine which one is best for your website or online business plan.

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Mainstreaming Reddit

August 6, 2013 John 0

Reddit is pushing hard – and well on its way – to being the next big thing on the internet, but the process threatens to undermine what made the community unique without necessarily delivering the profitability that Reddit’s parent company wants to see.

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The increasing absurdity of link removal requests

March 29, 2013 John 0

Remember that guy who spammed your blog, forums, or bookmarking site? Well, he’s back, and his new SEO says he should spam your email inbox with requests to delete all that spam they originally spammed you yet. Puzzled, perplexed, or bemused by the latest trend in SEO? Click here to read all about the growing absurdity of link removal requests and what I’ve learned from running crowd-based link aggregation websites.

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Grad school is crazy…

March 6, 2013 John 0

Updates have been pretty slow around here, but financial circumstances related to having a fiancee in grad school have forced me to take up another job elsewhere on the web. While my own sites will have to be limited to a part time gig on nights and weekends, working online still manages to keep the bills paid in a small town with no local economy to speak of. Theoretically, the new arrangement should be a little bit more stable for a one-income house dealing with the wake of an increasingly fickle Google algorithm.

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Skipping Black Friday felt good

November 24, 2012 John 0

The term Black Friday was introduced to the American culture at some point back in the 1960s, but back then journalists advised people to stay at home to avoid the congestion and bad attitudes that go along with rampant consumerism and masses of shoppers who are hunting for the next deal. At some point in the last ten years, this dark day seems to have morphed in to an actual celebration of all the greediest and most selfish instincts we have. This year, however, I had a great Thanksgiving and all I had to do was tune Black Friday out. Did I miss out on big savings… or stumble across an even sweeter deal?


Sprint update: Always dispute bogus charges

November 17, 2012 John 0

A lot of people tend to panic when they receive notification of debt collection activity, and more than a few have paid up on false claims just to protect their credit rating or business’ reputation. It is important to remember, though, that you don’t have to give in to the shakedown because there are legal protections available to those who dispute debt claims being made against them. My recent experience with Sprint has already shown some positive results, and we’ve barely even begun the dispute process! Find out how to protect your credit score and bank account from shady businesses and their favorite debt collectors.

That old HDD is killing your productivity

Upgrading to an SSD to save your productivity

November 17, 2012 John 0

Let’s face it. That work computer you’ve had for the last few years just doesn’t perform like it used to, and you could probably get even more done each day if you weren’t sitting around and waiting for programs and saved files to load. Luckily, you won’t have to break the bank in order to get your productivity back up to speed.