Webmasters

A webmaster (from web and master), also called a web architect, web developer, site author, or website administrator, is a person responsible for maintaining one or many websites. The duties of the webmaster may include ensuring that the web servers, hardware and software are operating correctly, designing the website, generating and revising web pages, A/B testing, replying to user comments, and examining traffic through the site. As a general rule, professional webmasters "must also be well-versed in Web transaction software, payment-processing software, and security software.
Posts about Webmasters
  • 30 Things I Absolutely Hate About Your Blog

    …, that’s not the case when you are endorsing products (by writing a tutorial or case study or a review or even a tweet) after accepting money from them (also known as Sponsored Posts/Reviews) and refuse to disclose it. Forget Google Webmaster Guidelines (that’s changing every now and then) but it’s matter of a trust. I mean, why should your readers…

    Mahesh Mohan/ Minterestin SEO Content Blogging- 31 readers -
  • How to Resubmit an Updated or New Robots.txt File

    … Our agency handles organic search consulting for several SaaS vendors in the industry. A client that we recently started working with had done a fairly standard practice, placing their application on a subdomain and moving their brochure site to the core domain. This is a standard practice since it enables both your production team and your…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blogin How To's- 16 readers -
  • The Web Hosting Handbook: Everything (Almost) You Need To Know

    … to manage a shared hosting plan and it’s equally good for beginners as well as experienced webmasters. Shared hosting basically means that you’re sharing your server (resources as well as the cost) with hundreds (or even thousands) of other websites. And that makes it affordable for everyone. The majority of websites on the web are actually hosted…

    Mahesh Mohan/ Minterestin Blogging- 36 readers -