Web Servers

The term web server can refer to either the hardware (the computer) or the software (the computer application) that helps to deliver web content that can be accessed through the Internet.The most common use of web servers is to host websites, but there are other uses such as gaming, data storage, running enterprise applications, handling email, FTP, or other web uses.
Posts about Web Servers
  • 18 Areas of Knowledge Every SEO Must Possess

    … aspects of SEO. What you’ll learn is that HTTP status codes are a big a part of the discussion. HTTP status codes come from web servers when the search engine makes a request and can’t find what you’re looking for. It comes in the form of a three-digit number. You may not have every one of these memorized, but you should know about the concept…

    Neil Patel/ Search Engine Journalin SEO- 14 readers -
  • HTTP/2: A Fast, Secure Bedrock for the Future of SEO

    … using existing tools and technologies to improve your site performance and security (tips we highly recommend you follow). But did you know Google also developed and is championing a new web transport protocol called SPDY that addresses many of the inherent performance and security flaws in the web today? In this article I will dive into more detail…

    Moz Blogin SEO- 20 readers -
  • Competitive Advantages With Engagement Analytics

    … been the same. Back then, we had raw log files that systems like WebTrends could parse through to deliver how many hits and visitors we had. Of course, we have a lot more information available to look at now, but the majority of what companies use web analytics for has stayed the same for a long time. However, this doesn’t work anymore…

    John Paul Mains/ Marketing Land- 25 readers -
  • The Only Thing Certain In SEO Is Change

    SEO is subject to frequent change, but in the last year or two, the changes feel both more frequent and significant than changes in the past. Florida hit in 2003. Since then, it’s like we get a Florida every six months. Whenever Google updates the underlying landscape, the strategies need to change in order to deal with it. No fair warning. That’s not the game.

    SEO Book- 16 readers -
  • Phishers prefer free ccTLDs to new gTLDs

    … in phishing attacks. That’s flat on the second half of 2013 and almost double the first half of 2013. Only roughly a quarter of the domains used in phishing had been registered for the purpose. The rest were pointing to compromised web servers. On new gTLDs, the APWG said: As of this writing, the new gTLD program has not resulted in a bonanza…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 4 readers -
  • Why Tag Management Isn’t Really About Web Site Analytics Anymore

    … technology reduces direct user touching by third-party tags (and their web servers) to just the first time that a specific user is “seen” by the TMS, i.e., it virtually eliminates all browser-based calls after the initial access point. In other words, all subsequent pages or event tracking is realized by making the tags fire “in the cloud.” Why Server-Side…

    Marketing Land- 15 readers -
  • 10 Reasons Why You Should Have Your Website Externally Monitored

    … also monitor its key functionalities, such as a contact form, login form, or shopping cart. 7. You will detect an unauthorized interference to your website's files One of the most useful features of website monitoring systems is verifying file checksum and comparing it with its reference. Because of that functionality, if anyone unauthorized…

    MarketingProfsin Google Facebook- 11 readers -
  • How To Secure A WordPress Blog?

    … HotLinking? HotLinking or also known as ‘Bandwidth theft’ is the direct linking to a web site’s files including images, videos, etc. HotLinking can be very annoying because it steals your images, videos, and the cost of your bandwidth. Whenever a user visits the HotLinking website, the image or video is loaded from your server which will consume your…

    Home Based Business Resourcesin Blogging How To's- 14 readers -
  • The Top Five Ways to Defend Against Negative SEO

    … to recover. It takes almost none of your time and costs very little to tank a site due to the “penalty mentality” Google has decided to run with.More sophisticated techniques involve Googlebot crawl interruption. By monitoring Google’s cache entries of a victim’s site, SEO villains can DOS web servers with unclosed connections, blocking up…

    Neil Patel/ Search Engine Journalin SEO Google- 27 readers -
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