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Website work at night
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Sometimes you can't avoid carrying out certain work on your website at night. For large portals new website designs and other important issues this is often the only way to ensure that as few visitors and customers as possible are affected. In the IT industry in general it is not uncommon for work and updates to be carried out at night. In this blog post we want to discuss some aspects of this concept and how you can ensure that your website visitors are affected as little as possible by your work.

Web hosting for small businesses Where should I start?
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As a small business a strong online presence is essential to compete in the modern marketplace. One of the first steps towards a successful online presence is choosing the right web hosting. But where do you start? In this blog post we'll guide you through the key steps and considerations when choosing web hosting for small businesses. What do you want your website to do and what happens on it? Analyze the requirements of your business. How big is your website? Do you expect a high volume of visitors?

Multiple revenue streams on one content website
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The Internet does not stand still; for webmasters something changes every time and needs to be addressed in a different way. Many website owners have realized in recent years that relying solely on advertising revenue is no longer enough. Diversifying revenue streams is essential to the success and resilience of your content website. In this blog post we'll take a closer look at the different ways to diversify your revenue streams and their benefits. Let's get started! Ads: The basic source of

Organic and paid search traffic compared
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Being visible and getting people to the website is one of the daily activities of many a webmaster after all a website often only has the right to exist if it is actually visited. When it comes to increasing your online presence there are two main players that everyone will already be partially familiar with: organic search traffic and paid advertising on platforms such as Google. But what exactly is the difference between the two and which approach is best for your website? Let's delve deeper

Encouraging ad blockers to allow advertising
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Ad blockers have long been a point of contention between internet users and advertisers. For many people they are a blessing a way to improve the online experience by blocking annoying ads. But what if we could consider a different approach: getting ad blockers to allow certain ads? As the operator of a website it is of course important for you that the ads are displayed and that you can interact with them. After all as the operator of a website with content you ensure that you generate revenue

What do you need to advertise on Google?
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Google has made it as easy as possible for an independent entrepreneur or startup independent entrepreneurs or start-ups to advertise on the largest search engine in in Europe and the rest of the western world. Advertising on Google can the difference between getting your first customers and the growth or rapid decline of your business. Attracting new customers and prospects is still an essential part of almost every business. Google Ads gives you access to a huge audience that is specifically

The Benefits of Local Hosting for Dutch Websites
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At MijnHostingPartner.nl we understand the essence of fast reliable hosting for Dutch websites. That's why there are significant benefits to choosing local hosting with us for your online presence in the Netherlands. Read on now for all the benefits we can offer your business enterprise or freelance website! Super fast load times for your Dutch visitors Our servers located in data centers in Utrecht and Amsterdam offer unmatched speed for your website visitors across the country. The proximity

No more SSL blocking in the Google Chrome browser bar
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With the latest update Google Chrome no longer displays the familiar lock in the browser bar. As a visitor to a website you will no longer see the familiar icon that confirms to the visitor that the connection is secure. In this blog post we want to look at what this means and what it could mean for your website. The use of SSL is increasing For years the use of SSL/TLS has been steadily increasing on the internet. These security protocols have become essential to protect data during transmission

Tips for website and post moves
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Moving your website and email to a new provider can be a major challenge. There are many aspects to consider to ensure a smooth transition. In this blog post we outline the steps you can follow to ensure the move goes smoothly. Take an inventory Before you start the move you should make an inventory of all aspects that need to be transferred. This includes not only the website files but also all necessary email accounts associated settings and any special configurations. Think about the PHP version