What is my IP address?

What is my IP address?

What is an IP address?

IP comes from Internet Protocol. An IP address is the address of a device on the Internet. Each device which has an internet connection has an IP address as well. There are two versions of IP addresses at the moment. That is IPv4 and IPv6. They are two because the IPv4 network is almost exhausted and there aren’t enough IP addresses to meet the demand of new devices being connected to the internet on daily basis. That’s why IPv6 was released which contains significantly more IP addresses.

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What is a managed VPS?

Many people don’t switch to a VPS because they don’t know how to manage it. They don’t have Linux systems administration skills and they do not have an idea about terminal access, SSH and shell commands. The number of such people is really high. That is why hosting companies now offer managed vps hosting. That type of hosting allows such people not to worry about the technical stuff and focus on their business. Their hosting company will manage the vps for them. Some companies charge extra for the managed service and others include it in the vps hosting service as a built-in feature. There are so many web hosting companies offering managed vps servers but how can you find the best managed vps? What does the management include? What should you look for? Do you need a control panel with the server? Which control panel do you want to choose? What operating system should you choose? All those questions are important. We will answer them for you below.

What is a managed VPS?

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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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