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Webminutos es una destacada empresa dedicada a brindar servicios de web hosting y diseño web de alta calidad. Con una amplia experiencia en el sector, ofrecemos soluciones personalizadas para satisfacer las necesidades específicas de cada cliente. Nuestro equipo de expertos en diseño web crea sitios web atractivos y funcionales, mientras que nuestros servicios de web hosting garantizan un rendimiento óptimo y una alta disponibilidad. Ya sea que necesites un sitio web para tu negocio o un alo ...
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Hola a todos y bienvenidos a otro episodio de nuestro podcast de SEO para principiantes. Hoy vamos a hablar de un tema muy importante en el mundo del SEO: el Link Building. Si eres nuevo en este mundo, es posible que te estés preguntando, ¿qué es el Link Building? Bueno, el Link Building, o construcción de enlaces, es una estrategia de SEO que impl…
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5 Beneficios de Tener una Página Web En este primer episodio conocerás los beneficios de tener una página web. Es tu Carta de Presentación. En tiempos antiguos era muy popular tener una tarjeta de presentación, ahora ya no más, necesitas tener una página web donde se enlistan tus productos y servicios. Consolidar tu presencia en línea. Si no estás …
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What is a Virtual Reality Tour? A Virtual Tour is a simulation of a real location. It is often made with media that would include a 360-degree camera and can mix text, video, audio and much more. Virtual tours provide the user a way to explore locations from the comfort of their home, business or on the road without having to physically go there. W…
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Today on Episode 29 Web Hosting Podcast. The status of PHP and web hosting. WordPress 5.1.1 has been released with some great improvements. A gutenberg block add-on with 19 ready made blocks. The status of PHP and hosting. I found a few articles regarding the deprecation of PHP before 7.1 and that relates to the amount of sites still using old and …
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Today on episode 28, Web Hosting Podcast. Where have I been and what is going on with the podcast? Have you taken the jump to WordPress 5 yet, if not then you are going to want to ensure you do a few things first. Google Page Speed is up to some new tricks with images. My depression. You may have been wondering why there has not been an episode in …
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Today on episode 27, Web Hosting Podcast. I sit down with Megan of websites503.com and discuss the current state of websites. Are websites really needed in a world of apps, social media, and smart devices? Are website going to be extinct or irrelevant in the coming years if not already? Are websites becoming irrelevant? With google indexing and pro…
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Today on episode 26, Web Hosting Podcast. WordPress 5 gets a tentative release date. I discuss a social media experiment I tried. And cloudflare celebrated its 8th birthday in style by releasing some great new features and services. WordPress 5 has a tentative release date of November 19th, 2018 Release Notes This date could be pushed back as neede…
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Today on episode 25, Web Hosting Podcast. Some of the most common cPanel tools you will use after you signup. Did you know there is a app for cPanel access that also includes webmail? We will be going over installing, and then configuring the app which is available for both iOS and Android. cPanel App for iOS and Android. Go into your devices app s…
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Today on Episode 24, Web Hosting Podcast. Are you obsessed with page speed ranking? Speed is always a great thing to have but the realization is, getting that perfect score is almost impossible with a website. Megan joins me to discuss some things that may cause your site to be slow. We also dive into pagespeed insights and discuss some surprising …
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Today on episode 23 Web Hosting Podcast. Google Chrome 68 is now out and marking sites that do not use https as not secure. We cover a great backup plugin for wordpress called UpdraftPlus, this free plugin with premium options is a great way to ensure you have a regular backup of your WordPress site. Have you ever wanted to know how to hide the log…
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Today on episode 22 of Web Hosting Podcast. iDNS misdirection, this is a public service announcement for the alleged service provided by iDNS. This company may send out actual mail to you in an attempt to trick you into renewing your domain name with them. IGTV (Instagram TV) is now live, did you even notice? cPanel now supports git. IDNS IDNS is a…
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Today on episode 21 Web Hosting Podcast. PCI (Payment Card Industry) changes that have come into affect. These changes make a dramatic shift to the encryption standard that you may not be aware of. If you are on a older operating system, and even some new ones, you may be left out in the cold and unable to get email or see your website. Chrome 68 i…
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Today on episode 20 of Web Hosting Podcast. Beginner steps to launching a website. We will cover all the steps needed to go from concept to launch, for the beginner. It is now easier than it has ever been to get a brand new website online and serving content. Have you wanted to make the jump and have your own website? Follow along and learn how to …
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Today on Episode 19 of Web Hosting Podcast. Is VR, virtual reality, part of your website design strategy? You could be missing out if you are not. With the release of the Oculus Go last month, high end VR experiences have come to the masses. You can take advantage of this by including VR elements easily on your new or current website. Also a very i…
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Today on episode 18 of Web Hosting Podcast, I continue the discussion of the wordpress hack dissection. I have been asked, since the last episode, about ways to harden and secure a wordpress install and what I recommend to do about managing updates. Also in this episode, GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), Are you ready for the coming change…
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Today on episode 17 of Web Hosting Podcast, Megan and I, dissect a website hack we have been working on. We discuss the how, the what and ways to prevent future hacks. We also discuss the defacement of webhostingpodcast.com and how I recovered the site so quickly. And remember those quick tips I use to run? They are coming back in a new way! Podcas…
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Today on episode 16 of Web Hosting Podcast, I venture out on location to talk to Shannon and Eric about their company Opus Interactive. We also now have a phone number for the podcast for you to call into. Opus Interactive is located in Hillsboro, Oregon at the Infomart Datacenter, this is the same world class facility that Linkedin chose to house …
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Megan Ferrell of websites503.com joins me to discuss, How is your web host possibly failing you? Security communication – security (awareness of vulnerabilities), transparency of security information. Notification of security changes in the industry that could affect you and your potential customers. This would include things like PCI, GDPR , SSL/T…
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In this episode I talk with Robert Indries of dgstudio.com about marketing, development and web hosting. dgstudio.com is a full service creative agency for your business brand and website. Robert, gives some great advice about getting your marketing brand out there. He provides several tips for things you can do for free as well as what not to do. …
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Useful website tools to use for your website. https://www.ssllabs.com/ This is a useful site to check your site for proper ssl settings. You will get a grade once the report is done. An “A” is the best, while a “B” would be acceptable, you should really try and get the “A” grade. I would also recommend when you do your test that you click on the ch…
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I discuss some of the more basic web hosting terminology used. This is the link I used for the glossary of terms. This episode may be a little basic for some listeners, but I want to make sure that everyone knows the terminology and language that we talk about. My hope is to bring some listeners up to speed that may be confused by some of the termi…
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What is Mautic? Mautic is a marketing automation platform. There is a paid version at mautic.com and a open source self hosted community version at mautic.org First, lets talk about marketing automation. If you are familiar with applications like, hootsuite, hubspot and mailchimp, then you likely have already seen or used a marketing automation too…
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SEO, Search Engine Optimization Listen as I get schooled by Megan Ferrell of websites503.com about SEO, Search Engine Optimization. Megan gives the listener some great tips and advice on how to improve your SEO ranking. Listeners of the podcast may remember Megan from episode 4 , where we discussed 10 website security tips. Some of the questions an…
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Do you have a web site disaster plan in order? I am betting you likely don’t. Why is a disaster plan important? The unknown is ever present in the world of technology. With the rise of malware and CPU defects, the chances of your site going down by unseen forces is getting higher every day. You literally could wake up one morning and your site is n…
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Backup and Archive your website in preparation of the New Year. What is the difference between a Backup and a Archive? A backup is for short term recovery. This means a backup is likely a more current snapshot in time. Often a backup will be done daily/weekly/monthly. You should be able to restore your site from any of these backups. But what happe…
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Dealing with a hacked website and Malware types. Virus/Malware/Ransomware/etc….Covering the differences and how they might affect you. Definitions resourced from Comodo Differences between them all. Malware – Malware is software written specifically to infect the target host system. Subcategories of Malware include. Virus – Virus is a specific type…
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On November 21, 2017, FCC chairman Pai unveiled plans to repeal the net neutrality policy in the United States. A vote will be held on December 14, 2017, with a 3–2 party-line vote expected to approve the repeal. What is Net Neutrality? Net neutrality is the principle that Internet service providers must treat all data on the Internet the same, and…
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Minimum options needed for hosting and hosting further explained. Space (disk space) Small plans normally start at about 10G of disk space. Roughly 200 hours of music per month. Bandwidth (network connections) Small plans normally accommodate up to 10,000 unique visitors per month. SSL free or paid option. A way to upload, add or modify files to yo…
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10+ Web Site Security Tips Feedback on/about the podcast. Who is this podcast for? The short answer to this question is, me. This podcast came about by me wanting to have something for my children to remember me by. I originally started reading books, recording them and then archiving them. The first book I read was Night Before Christmas. We have …
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Web Hosting Podcast episode 3 News / security WordPress plugin with 200,000 installs has a backdoor – Display Widgets version 2.6.1 and 2.6.3 https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/backdoor-found-in-wordpress-plugin-with-more-than-200-000-installations/ ransom-ware outbreak Company agrees to pay $1 million in bitcoin to unlock 157 web serve…
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SSL/tls What is ssl and tls. – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transport_Layer_Security Auto ssl in cpanel – https://blog.cpanel.com/autossl/ Other free SSL sites – Lets encrypt https://letsencrypt.org/ Google will penalize page rankings if SSL is not used as well as mark pages without HTTPS as non-secure. Caching In episode one we discussed gzip com…
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Web Hosting Podcast: Episode 1 What is it you are going to be hosting? A Blog, eCommerce website, funny cat pictures or something that is mission critical and requires 100% uptime? Depending on the answer there could be millions of different options….. Current google search for “Web Hosting” results in 115 Million results. How do you sort out the g…
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