What Does It Mean to Have Google Index My Website?

There are over 1.5 billion websites worldwide, and 200 million are active. Hearing this might make you wonder how you can stand out from the crowd. While it might seem far-fetched, it doesn’t have to be! Read this guide on Google Indexing and how it can help your site today. What Is Google Indexing? Indexing…

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What is a Subdomain?

According to Google, its search index contains hundreds of billions of web pages. Did you say Billions? *Lifts Evil pinky finger to mouth* While this number is undoubtedly overwhelming, your website only needs to compete with a small fraction of these web pages for a spot in Google’s top 10 search results for a keyword.…

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Best Company To Register Your Domain Name With

The first step towards getting your website up and running is choosing the right domain name registrar. This is who will most likely become your web hosting partner as well. This sounds dramatic but…how will I know if they’re the one? Well, the right registrar should have additional features apart from low prices that will…

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Why Do We Need DNS Servers?

When you type a domain name (e.g., www.microsoft.com) into the address bar on a browser, such as Firefox or Edge, it finds the website by communicating with a specific type of server known as a domain name system (DNS) server. The browser sends out a DNS query a DNS server answers it. ORDER UP! Wait,…

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What is an Alias Domain?

We’ve all done it – logged onto our computer to visit a website that we were so sure we knew the URL of. We confidently typed idefinitelyknowmystuff.com into the URL bar, only to find the “site can’t be reached.” The site we were so sure of was actually idefinitelyDONTknowmystuff.com. Face Palm. Or, perhaps we’ve typed…

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How to Quickly Find Your Domain Registrar

Most people who create blogs or websites choose to register a domain name. A domain registrar is responsible for selling and managing domain name registrations. Since the process of registering your domain name is typically completed early in the process of starting your site, it’s easy to forget your domain registrar. Fortunately, there are a…

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