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    How To Add Google Analytics To WordPress Blog

    July 23, 2014
    Google Analytics for WordPress

    When I started blogging, stats of the blog was only for knowing how many visitors I’m getting, and with time I realize stats of my blog is the key to blog growth. It doesn’t matter if you have a blog with 100 views a day or a blog with 100 millions views a day, you need to have a stats program which help you to track blog traffic and analyse them. In my earlier post ...

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    How to Create Email ID for Your Domain using Google Apps

    June 10, 2014
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    I have seen many blogger’s often use Gmail or yahoo mail even though they own a domain. If you are a domain owner, it’ a good idea to use domain specific Email address like [email protected], [email protected], as it not only shows professionalism; it also make your email more serious and authentic. There are many web-services that you can use to create domain based email address, and one of the best option is by using Google ...

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    The Only Guide You Need To Setup BlogSpot Custom Domain

    May 28, 2014
    BlogSpot Custom Domain

    I have talked about importance of custom domain name for BlogSpot blogs so many time, and anyone who is on free blogging platform like BlogSpot.com or WordPress.com, it’s my recommendation to use a custom domain name instead of free domain name. If you are a starter, let me clear your doubts regarding free domain name Vs. custom domain name. For starters: How to create a free blog on BlogSpot Platform When you start a blog on ...

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    How To Install vBulletin V4 Forum on Your Domain

    January 15, 2014
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    In my earlier guide I shared how you can host sub-domain on another hosting, and in this guide I will be giving you complete walkthrough of vBulletin installation. I heard some bad reviews about vBulletin V5, so I decided to install vBulletinV4. I have already discussed various forum option for any blogger over here. After looking at all the options and reviews, I decided to opt vBulletin as my forum software. Since, I never had ...

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    A Complete Guide to Install XenForo Forum Software

    December 3, 2013
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    As I mentioned above about integrating Forum with your WordPress blog, that I will be using a Stand-alone forum software to add a forum to ShoutMeLoud. Recently, I installed vBulletin V4 forum on ShoutMeLoud Sub-domain, but after using it for a while, It failed to impress me. More over, vBulletin is getting bad critics, and Xenforo comes out as a better alternative. So I dropped the idea of having vBulletin forum on Sub-domain, and decided ...

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    How To Install Ghost Blogging Platform On Local Computer

    October 16, 2013
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    Gho.st which is the newest blogging platform, and also one of the hyped blogging platform is finally out for public. Gho.st was created with an aim to simplifying blogging, as WordPress is evolving more than just a blogging platform. We have mentioned gho.st before in our free blogging platform list, and finally it’s out for grab. Like WordPress, Gho.st has two variant: Self hosted Gho.st (You need to download and install it on your node.js ...

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    How To Host Sub-Domain On Different Hosting Account

    October 12, 2013
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    One of the biggest challenge with shared hosting is to keep the load on the server in control, and forums are another resource hungry piece of software.  In my last article on WordPress forums, I informed you about adding forum on ShoutMeLoud, and finally I decided to install vBulletin V4 forum. Now next goal is to install the forum, and make it live. Before all this, I needed to decide where do I want to host my ...

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    Searching Porn? How & Why One Should Delete Google Search History

    September 27, 2013
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    Your Search pattern reveals a lot about you, and Google is already implementing encrypted search to safeguard your personal life. Though, this is on server level, but what if somebody have access to your laptop, smartphone, and he can quickly go through what you have searched in past few months. Google offers you an extensive platform to find out almost anything and at the same time could make you bluff you in an instant after a ...

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