Web Management is one of 4 essential ingredients of an effective internet marketing campaign and ongoing cost. It includes; upding the content, backing up the website, promoting it, reviewing results and making changes required to make it work better, faster and cheaper. Here are answers to the questions about domains I’m asked most frequently:
WordPress 4.7.3 is now available. This is a security release for all previous versions and we strongly encourage you to update your sites immediately. Source: WordPress 4.7.3 Security and Maintenance Release
Thanks for the heads up on this issue Wordfence. Enjoyed reading your In-Depth Analysis of a Criminal Organization Targeting WordPress Websites. Very interesting read and 188.8.131.52 is now blocked. Hard to believe it could be responsible for targetting over 22,000 websites in one week!
The table below shows defacement growth per campaign during the past 24 hours since we published the statistics above. During the past 24 hours we have seen an average growth in defaced pages per campaign of 44%. The total number of defaced pages for all these campaigns, as indexed by Google has grown from 1,496,020 to 1,893,690. That is a 26% increase in total defaced pages in just 24 hours.
If automatic update are enabled and your site has likely been updated to 4.7.2. If automatic updates are not enabled, it’s time to login to WordPress and update the software. Regardless, I strongly suggest you confirm you have the update and test your website make sure that everything is functioning as expected. Remember to back it up … Continue reading “Time To Check Your WordPress Website”
Most hosting companies provide a web based traffic statistics than enable customers to see how successful their web site is. Statistics include useful numbers such as how many people have visited your website, and how much traffic (throughput) you have used. Most statistics are broken down into totals and averages for that day, month and … Continue reading “How do I know how many people are coming to my website?”
Google shared best practices for websites that allow users to create their own websites or host users’ data, like Blogger or Google Sites. This class of websites is often referred to as freehosts, although these recommendations apply to certain “non-free” providers as well. Make sure your users can verify their website in website management suites … Continue reading “7 Google DIY Tips”