Many people believe that when their website is running slow, the reason is most probably the web server. It makes sense, as your provider’s hardware and software setup can greatly influence site speeds, both in a positive and negative way. View more
Why is my website loading so slowly? Every site owner fears asking that question. Is the server slow, or there is something wrong with the website’s code, which is causing the sluggishness? It’s hard to answer those questions if you don’t have enough experience dealing with websites and troubleshooting certain problems. In such cases, your developer, system administrator, or web hosting provider are the ones who can best help pinpoint the issue and help you optimize the website to perfection. This article will show you the most common reasons for slow load sites. We will also throw in some useful tips to help you tackle this issue with minimum effort. View more
Have you ever gotten a notification from your hosting provider that your website is overusing the server RAM or CPU? That might be great — your pages are getting more and more attention, so your site is climbing the ladder to success.
Unfortunately, that’s about the only good news. Consistently going over the allocated hosting resources means it’s time to upgrade, most probably to a costlier plan.
Most of the email messages being sent on the Internet are SPAM. Businesses found the power of email marketing and started using it by sending millions of emails to gain new customers and increase revenue. There is nothing wrong with email marketing as long as the emails are sent to subscribers who provided their email addresses themselves and agreed to receive those kind of messages. What happens in reality is that companies use bots and web spy machines which would crawl web sites to find emails. Then they save them into a database and start sending them offers for different kind of products. There are many people who are doing it without realizing that is illegal. They don’t know what SPAM is. Basically, that is sending of unsolicited email messages in an attempt to advertise a product. You can learn more about it at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spamming.