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    The Biggest Downside Of WPEngine Managed Hosting : Overage Charge

    November 6, 2013
    WPEngine Overcharged

    When I shifted to WpEngine hosting few months back,  I shared the complete guide on moving and also added why I’m loving their hosting. If you have missed all these details, here are few things which you should know: Before moving to WpEngine, I was hosted on a private VPS and one of the freelancer networking guy was managing my server. The performance was good but there was few issues related to downtime and site slowness. ...

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    Best WordPress Anti-Hotlinking Plugin : ByREV WP-PICShield

    September 17, 2013
    Google image search traffic

    I have earlier talked about hotlinking few times, and shared .htacess code to prevent image hotlinking from certain domain. Image hotlinking is really bad for website owners, as it increases the server load, uses your server bandwidth, and more over other hotlinkers are illegally using your work. Today, I will be sharing a free plugin call BYREV WP-PicShield, which is useful to prevent image hotlinking and it solves one major problem of Google image search ...

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    How to Prevent Image Hotlinking from Specific Domains

    March 5, 2013
    Stop image hotlinking

    Image hotlinking is nothing new, and content scrapper find a new way to copy blog posts from your blog. It could be simple using your RSS feed to create a duplicate copy of your blog posts, or using any software or WordPress plugin, to copy your blog posts and republish it. We have DMCA to handle such copy-paste blogger, but how about image hotlinking? Those who are on unlimited bandwidth hosting like Bluehost or Hostgator, ...

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    How to Import BlogSpot Images to WordPress

    November 13, 2012
    Thumbnail image for How to Import BlogSpot Images to WordPress

    Migrating your BlogSpot blog to WordPress is easy and one can easily achieve a 301 Perma redirection by setting up Custom domain on BlogSpot and later Installing WordPress, Importing BlogSpot posts to WordPress, fixing permalinks and doing rest of the thing. I know, I’m making it sound easy, but to make sure you need to do many more things that includes taking care of all your Social media profile, Feedburner migration, SEO changes and many more.  But ...

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