How to Move From Blogger to WordPress [Without SEO Damages]

How to Move From Blogger to WordPress [Without SEO Damages]

A few years back, there were already millions of blogs in existence, and everyone was looking to create an online space of their own. Hundreds of different apps let you create a blog, but two of the most prominent were undoubtedly Blogger and WordPress. 

 

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Free Hosting vs Paid Hosting for WordPress

Free Hosting vs Paid Hosting for WordPress

WordPress has been dominating the content management systems market for years now, and for a good reason too.

 

The open-source CMS is an extremely versatile tool that lets you build whatever you wish — blogs, online shops, business websites, portfolio pages. Sky is the limit with WordPress as you can find endless sources of themes and plugins that will help you change even the tiniest aspect of your design and functionality. 

 

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Shared Hosting vs Managed WordPress Hosting

Shared Hosting vs Managed WordPress Hosting

Shared services are the biggest niche in the web hosting industry, housing hundreds of millions of websites worldwide. It’s no surprise, really — the solutions let you build a fully-operational website at the cost of a few bucks per month.

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The Definitive WordPress Security Guide

The Definitive WordPress Security Guide

WordPress has dominated the website building market for years now. The most popular open-source CMS first saw the light of day in 2003, and the project has been strolling on the path of success ever since. So much so, that today WordPress powers over 35% of all websites and about 500 new pages pop up every day.

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Clone WordPress with 1 click

Clone WordPress with 1 click

The new version of SPanel that will be released later today comes with some cool new features such as WordPress cloning. It will allow you to clone any of your WordPress websites to a new address with one click.

See how easy it is to clone a WordPress website in SPanel.

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A Quick Guide for Managing Your WordPress Website

A Quick Guide for Managing Your WordPress Website

No matter what business industry your company is in and no matter what your web site is about, WordPress can give you everything you need to have a website which works perfectly. There is a reason why most web sites today use the WordPress CMS. It is the most popular in the world and due to that the interest of hackers is huge. Every WordPress web site owner must take some standard and some non-standard actions to keep their WP site secure. WordPress is an open source CMS which is a plus and a minus. It allows developers to code their own plugins and modify WordPress to suit their needs. At the same time that is a minus because it gives a chance of the hackers to inspect the code and look for vulnerabilities. They can use them later to compromise web sites and harm other web sites, servers and networks.

If you want to use WordPress to develop and run your web site then you must also know how to manage it. If you are not familiar with that you will run into problems – especially problems related to security. There are many hundreds of thousands of plugins for WordPress both free and paid. Many WP web site owners never update WordPress and the plugins/themes which usually results in security problems and their web sites being compromised. The first thing you should know is how to secure your WordPress web site.

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Get better rank for your WordPress web site

Get better rank for your WordPress web site

Nowadays the #1 target of every web site is to rank as high as possible in Google. There are several key elements to consider if you want to get to page one of Google. Ideally, that would be in the top 3 results. You must pay attention to the following important steps which will dramatically affect your rank.

  1. The title of each of your WordPress pages
  2. The H1, H2 and H3 tags on your pages
  3. The meta keywords and meta description tags
  4. The content on each of the pages
  5. The WordPress hosting plan you use
  6. The external links to your web site
  7. If there is an SSL certificate installed
  8. Crawl errors such as duplicate content, not working links
  9. New content being regularly posted

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How to backup my WordPress site?

Data protection is as important as the security protection for your WordPress web site. Noone will be happy to lose the data of their blog or business web site. That’s why web site owners must ensure they have proper processes in place to perform regular backups. Those backups will be useful in case of a web site compromise, a server failure or just a human error. Keep in mind that even if you use the best WordPress hosting plan it can’t guarantee 100% data protection. That’s why it is highly recommended to create your own archives and store them on your computer or a remote backup server. Scala Hosting provides encrypted backups stored on remote backup servers. We keep 7 restore points but still it is a good idea to have your own backups. That will give you a piece of mind in case the worst happens.

How to backup my WordPress site?

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