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  1. 2 points
    I would like to make a notion of the hosting market and find over 3 web hosts and compare their pricing, features I've found the hosts called QHoster.com and DailyRazor.com - they offer 99.99% uptime and attractive deals. Any experience dealing with them? What host looks better? Why?
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    Need over 40 gbs of disk space. Linux, 1 TB of bandwidth + helpful and skillful technical customer support. What can you say about Hostforweb.com web hosting services? What is better for e-commercing?
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    This could happen with any company or platform. It has happened in the past and it will happen in the future. When it comes to marketing, sometimes companies place too much faith in third-party sites like Facebook. It's important to use the platform while it's "hot", but what many companies forget is that social networking can take place on their own sites via their blogs.
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    I know Kvchosting.net have been a great host for me. The sites I host are generally low-traffic. So, I have no experience with their dedicated servers. But, I've never had a problem with the shared servers. The pricing is great for the features.
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    I have been using QHoster.com since they opened.. I have many sites with them and they have always answered questions. Recovered my data when I have had problems due to my own fault. They have informed me if their were any outages.
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    They have been fabulous, guiding me to transfer my domains. Okayservers.com is reliable web host. Their servers are fast. & the price for them is quite cheap!
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    I initially chose Gpuservers.net for the price and features. The price and features remain solid. They have been exceptional in terms of customer support and communications; very professional, prompt, and friendly administration.
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    In the next Chrome update expect to be released on October 16, Chrome 70 will start blocking sites that use Symantec certificates issued before June 2016, including legacy branded Thawte, VeriSign, Equifax, GeoTrust, and RapidSSL certificates. You can read more here https://techcrunch.com/2018/10/08/chrome-hundreds-of-sites-to-break/
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    It seems that Google decided to make some changes in the next Chrome update next month. The default setting will still log people into Chrome, but after the update, people will be able to log out of the browser. The issue, however, is that many people, if not most, don't look at or even know how to make changes to their browser settings. This means that they will be logged in and tracked. A little sneaky if you ask me. You can read more here https://techcrunch.com/2018/09/26/google-to-give-chrome-users-an-opt-out-to-forced-login-after-privacy-backlash/
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    The Massive Links Forum has moved to a new domain and has been renamed Web Marketing Help Forum. Previously the forum was in a subdomain on MassiveLinks.com and I wanted to make it a standalone site. The goal is to increase the traffic and activity on the site so that people can share and help one another, and changing the domain is the beginning of that process. If you notice any issues, please let me know. FYI, you may need to clear your cache if you are having problems with some of the images.
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    10 Deadly Mistakes With Email Marketing Are you making any of these email marketing mistakes?
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    I am planning to hire a software development company for my project. Developers from which country do you prefer and why? Have you had experience of cooperation with remote developers and what worries do you have if this development team will be from Ukraine or other CIS-countries?
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    What do you think about GDPR in the context of software development? What pros and cons do you see?
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    The better one would be the one that the customers you are targeting use.
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    Instead of trying to hide the negative feedback or somehow silencing the person who left it, why don’t you take the responsible route and address the issue? Instead of trying for a quick scheme, you could try discussing the issue with the unhappy customer and make an unhappy customer into a repeat customer.
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    Today Google announced that there is now a tool available in your Webmaster Tools account. A new tool to disavow links - Official Google Webmaster Central Blog Matt Cutts has also created a video to go with this. He keeps stressing that the average website owner will not need to use this.