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

    … as the basis for HTTP/2, a replacement to the current network protocol that powers all Internet web traffic today. While technically HTTP/2 is still an evolving specification, many web browsers, web servers, networking devices, and websites already support both SPDY and HTTP/2 in its current form. While there are some subtle differences between SPDY…

    Moz Blogin SEO- 13 readers -
  • Competitive Advantages With Engagement Analytics

    … In my previous article, I showed how marketing has transitioned to customer engagement. For companies looking to be successful using this new mindset, standard web analytics programs deliver very little value and could be classified as simply dead. Ever since the origin of web servers that delivered our websites, web analytics has essentially…

    John Paul Mains/ Marketing Land- 20 readers -
  • The Only Thing Certain In SEO Is Change

    … to know how web servers work, and how spiders can sometimes fail to deal with their quirks. But in the years since Florida, marketing aspects have become more important. An SEO can perform the technical aspects of SEO and get nowhere. More recent algorithms, such as Panda and Penguin, gauge the behaviour of users, as Google tries to determine…

    SEO Bookin SEO Google- 15 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- 13 readers -
  • 10 Reasons Why You Should Have Your Website Externally Monitored

    … customers, not displayed ads, and so forth. 3. You will verify the quality of your hosting provider's services Don't rely solely on your hosting provider or web agency that looks after your website. First, not every failure is a failure, according to the provider or agency. For example, if a server is working properly, a website that doesn't display…

    MarketingProfsin Google Facebook- 10 readers -
  • How To Secure A WordPress Blog?

    … of the time, people don’t take security measures until it’s too late. So if you want to keep your blog as safe as possible from attacks, here´s a guide about creating a more secured environment for a WordPress blog. Limit Login Attempt with Wordfence Plug-in Hackers use brute force attack that can, in the theory, be used against any encrypted data…

    Home Based Business Resourcesin Blogging How To's- 11 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- 20 readers -
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