By Jag October 3, 2017, 7:15 PM
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- This fall, we celebrated our thirteenth year in the hosting industry, thirteen years during which we strived to set new standards of quality and always put you, our client, in first place. It’s been a long journey for JaguarPC, and looking back, it was not always an easy ride. But with your enthusiastic support, we kept pushing ourselves to become the leader in web hosting services. Now it’s time to give you something back. Our hosting affiliate program delivers some of the most generous payouts in the industry, with payments of up to $110 for every new client that you refer to us. We thought we could do more to reward our loyal affiliates. So this November every referral that you bring to JaguarPC gives you a chance to win a sleek new iPad 2 32GB! 1236
Nov 17, 2011
- Although shared and VPS hosting are different in terms of capabilities and price, they are also similar in several ways as well. First, they are both relatively affordable when compared to a dedicated hosting service. Secondly, they both handle multiple users on any given hardware server, although this is done differently with each platform. As well, with both there is a degree of separation provided regarding the website files of users that offer a level of security. However, with the latter comparison, VPS hosting goes much further with compartmentalizing each account to increase privacy and the security of information. Let’s examine each hosting platform further to determine which may be the better choice for you. Shared vs. VPS Shared web hosting is the ‘bargain’ choice for the majority of customers with websites accruing small to moderate levels of traffic. These users are generally satisfied with having their websites located on a server which shares its space with others. The ability to manage certain features such as emails and domains is provided through a Control Panel. The bandwidth and storage space offered through shared plans tend to be adequate for these low demand users. On the other hand, for those desiring enhanced scalability, resources and security, VPS hosting is often the preferred choice. Resources Freedom to use and expand memory resources is much greater with a VPS server than with a shared hosting arrangement. VPS hosting allows for independent memory allocations within a single hardware element and opens up greater resources for the availability and functionality of a website to end users. Greater limitations are imposed with shared servers. Scalability Shared hosting offers a range of options pertaining to bandwidth and memory capacities. However, due to the fact that multiple accounts reside on the same hardware server, restrictions on scalability inevitably arise. Certain features may be restricted as well due to the sharing of resources involved. Virtual private servers are easily scalable to the configuration you desire. While an increase in resources available over shared hosting is generally not a negotiable arrangement, VPS hosting can handle large traffic demands and offers support for the software applications you wish to include. All of this translates into superior performance for the VPS platform. Security Inherent security risks are associated with shared hosting due to the fact that multiple accounts have their files located on the same server. The operating system over all hosting accounts can be vulnerable to misuse – although certain preventative measures do minimize the probability of this occurrence as much as possible. With VPS hosting, the independent allocations of files and the enforcement of secure configurations offers a greater level of security for the user. In the end, the choice you make regarding shared or VPS hosting will depend on your budget, your desire for enhanced security and the expected demands of your website in terms of traffic, storage and required features. Hosting plans at JaguarPC come with a 45 day money back guarantee no matter which plan you decide to purchase.
Nov 20, 2013
- A few weeks ago I started a series of articles based on this Blog Article written by Brett Borders. The title of the article was 7 SEO Techniques That Google Smashed in 2007. This is my 4th article based on what Brett originally wrote about. I agree with Brett that Google really started targeting paid links in 2007. However they started giving indiactios about paid links as far back as 2005. At leas according to Matt Cutts. f you don't know who Matt Cutts is, he is in charge of the Google "Spam Team", or to say that another way he is in charge of the "Quality Control Team". In other words the department that Matt Cutts heads is concerned about the quality of the search results that Google returns. Though I agree with Brett there is evidence that Google is trying to target paid links, I would disagree that they are targeting the brokers that profit by selling paid links. At this time I do not think they are very successful in their attempt to target paid links. IMHO if Google was really serious about paid link brokers they would stop Adwords advertising for this industry. Look at this search for "paid link brokers". The 3 coveted positions at the top of the page for Adwords are all text link brokers. Google knows who the text link brokers are. Simply stop taking advertising money from them, and take their sites out of the index. It does not take a rocket scientist to figure out who is selling links for the search engines and who if offering links for sale for advertising purposes IMHO. It appears to me on the paid link issue that Google is trying to snip of bad branches rather than dealing with the root of the problem. If your interested in seeing my previous comments on this issue: 2007 Changes in Google Regarding Links 2007 Changes in Google Regarding Supplemental Pages 2007 Changes in Google Regarding Directory Links
Jan 13, 2008