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… traffic. How To Absorb All The Traffic As mentioned earlier there is 2 ways to do this: Using 301 re-directs, or Using cross-site canonical tags Both involve the same process of preparing for the cut-over; the content needs to be duplicated on the destination website by being uploaded to the destination site’s database. If you’re going to use…
Earlier this week, I shared some of my results from spending over $37k this year (so far) on buying websites. The discussion that followed in the comments was once again very active and brought out some of the finer points of the process. Overall, the discussion of my last post once again made me realize how much all of you enjoy seeing my “experiments” and the results I share.
… traffic or a DDoS attack. Utilizing a CDN may offer only minimal benefits, or it may speed up your website remarkably, if you serve a high number of international visitors. However, considering the low cost (that is, nothing), it is worth reviewing to decide if there are benefits for your website, especially if you are publishing high quality media…
… on the certificate. Furthermore, the site’s speed does decrease slightly. Also some parts of the site can become more difficult to access. HTTPS: The Ugly Google immediately implemented this new change. However, they do not have a way to change the address of the website from HTTP to HTTPS. Right now, they are telling webmasters to use 301 redirects. However, why…