In this guide, you will learn about different types of SSL certificates. Knowing this will help you to get the right SSL certificate for your blog, website, or organization. The foremost thing that you need to keep in mind is: SSL certificates are all about trust. Useful SSL Related Terms To Know: SSL: Secured Sockets Layer CA: Certificate Authority DV: Domain Validation OV: Organization Validation EV: Extended Validation CSR: Certificate Signing Request There are several types of SSL certificates. They can be grouped based on: Validation level Number of secured domains/subdomains Types of SSL certificates based on validation level Domain Validation For this type of SSL certificate, domain validation is done using email or adding a DNS record. In simple words, you need to validate your ownership of the domain name. This kind of certificate can be obtained in a few minutes (or occasionally a few hours). This is ideal for those who don’t have an organization & no extra … [Read more...] about A Comprehensive Guide To Different Types of SSL Certificates
Blogging is becoming a trend now days. No matter for whatever reason, you are blogging or want to start a new Blog, but everyone around have a blog. Someone is on BlogSpot, someone is using WordPress.com or self-hosted blog, many are also using Tumblr to create a blog, but by the end, everyone have their online presence via Blog. If you are still wondering, how you can start a new blog for yourself, this guide is a great way to start. There are many reasons you can start a blog, you can talk about how you are feeling today, you can share your thoughts, you can write about something you like, you can start a new blog to promote your business or none the less, you can create a blog just to make money from it. Now, everyday many people create a blog and they forget about it, but here at ShoutMeLoud, we take Blogging seriously, and you can use it to earn handsome passive income. You can use advertisement or different blog monetization techniques, to earn enough to pay your mobile bills or … [Read more...] about The Only Guide You Need to Start A New Blog?
There's a ton of work that goes into setting up an e-commerce shop, but it's worth the effort. Offering your products online means they can reach anyone with an internet connection. It also means that more people will be able to discover you, maybe from a Google search, or from social media. Whether you're selling physical goods (t-shirts, posters) or digital goods (e-books, illustrations), an e-commerce site will help you find your customers. Thanks to WordPress, building an e-commerce site is easy. With the right tools, your online shop can launch in just a few days - or even a few hours. WordPress has provided two major e-commerce platforms for creating shops online: WooCommerce WP eCommerce In addition to these two, hundreds of plugins have been created to add extra functionality to each of these platforms. It can be overwhelming to get started with the technical side of building an e-commerce website, so it's good to start with the basics. You can figure out later which extra … [Read more...] about The Complete Guide To Starting An E-Commerce Site
2016 was one eventful year for ad tech industry. Client side Header Bidding went mainstream. Publishers got heavy-handed with anti-ad block measures with varying successes and failures. Fake news registered on the radar of mainstream media and ad tech took the flack for it. Ad viewability adoption increased, creating panic among publishers. Then, the year wrapped up with a bang as WhiteOps uncovered a ubiquitous, million-dollar ad fraud ring called Methbot. That was the abridged version; barely enough information to start a workplace debate. This post gives a more holistic view of the developments in ad tech in 2016, focussed on subjects and perspectives that you, the enterprising publisher, ought to care about, or find interesting. 1. Header Bidding adoption continues to rise despite publisher skepticism about higher latency Header bidding is all the rage these days. A complete chronology of industry developments can even be found in a post on AdExchanger. Here’s a brief … [Read more...] about State of Ad Tech: 2016, Year In Review
Yes? Well, then why don’t you do the same for your content management system? If you think this analogy is strange, think again, WordPress, like any other content management system, is majorly engaged in the work of saving, managing and retrieving media, querying databases for files, and serving them on web pages. And so, WordPress optimization is an essential task for any publisher. Why clean up? As such, redundancy can and does creep into the system once you’ve changed a few themes, installed and deleted multiple plugins, and uploaded hundreds of media files. Your site will still work, obviously, but it is bogged down by the deadweight of extra files. Here’s how you can refresh your system and make life easier for your content management system, reducing server load and possibly increasing page load times in the process. First, take a backup I’m guessing if you’re considering cleaning your WordPress installation, you probably have a lot of posts and … [Read more...] about Guide to WordPress Optimization & Cleanup