Archives: July 2014

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July 31, 2014
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Not So Smart: A Sneak Peek at Smart Watches

We live in an age where so many of our appliances are smart. There are smart phones, smart televisions, even smart household appliances like refrigerators, dish washers, and washing machines. So why not smart watches?…
By John Terra
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July 28, 2014
| Articles, VPS Hosting

Guard Your Server With IPSet

Firewall is the first line of defense of any computer directly exposed to the Internet. However, iptables, talking about Linux, isn't a user-friendly tool. It's very low-level and can be quite cryptic at the first glance.…
By Konstantin Boyandin
Small business marketing online
July 24, 2014
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How to Market Your Small Business Online

There’s no denying it: marketing a business is a tough job. But marketing a small business? That’s even tougher.   You don’t have the budget, resources, or even the connections to get the word out…
By Samar Owais
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July 21, 2014
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Everyday’s Encryption

If you ask people what they associate encryption with, information security will be mentioned last, if ever. Those using Internet shops and online banking will name padlock icon browser displays when using secure (encrypted) connection.…
By Konstantin Boyandin
How to repurpose old content
July 17, 2014
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How to Repurpose Content Without Pissing Google Off

When it comes to publishing content online, Google’s always been the bad guy.   It’s freakishly sharp at catching folks gaming its algorithm and they change their search engine optimization criteria faster than a baby…
By Samar Owais
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July 14, 2014
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The Timid Blogger’s Guide to Increasing Reader Engagement

Can I ask you something?   Do you routinely hesitate before publishing a blog post?   Do you constantly worry about what people will think, how you’ll come across, and even if you’ll have anything…
By Samar Owais
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July 14, 2014
| News

Upcoming VPS Hosting Location in Los Angeles, California

The international hosting provider Host1Plus will launch a new VPS hosting location in Los Angeles, California   This week Host1Plus is ready to launch a new VPS location in Los Angeles, making it the second…
By Dovainis Kalėda
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July 10, 2014
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Grow Your Small Business Without Working Longer or Harder

Most people have a tough time managing their time. And because they don’t (or can’t) manage their time properly, their productivity suffers.   Some of the biggest time management and productivity offenders are folks running…
By Samar Owais
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July 7, 2014
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Dealing With Cloud Security

If there’s one thing that the Internet Age seems to have plenty of, it’s buzzwords. When some new innovation makes its debut, suddenly we need a buzzword or phrase to describe it. The phrase then…
By John Terra
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July 7, 2014
| News

Customer Support Now Available in Russian

The international hosting provider Host1Plus starts providing support in Russian. We are pleased to announce that Host1Plus will provide customer support in Russian. The service is already available via regular Host1Plus support channels – Live Chat and Ticket…
By Dovainis Kalėda
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July 3, 2014
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Why Everyone Should Work At A Startup

It is my assertion that everyone at some point in their professional career should accept a job with a startup. Seriously, if you have a Bucket List that has any relation at all to career-oriented…
By John Terra