2017 Update: Alexa is no more the same. So there is no point using Alexa widget or paying for Alexa services. You should rather focus on improving domain authority. Learn everything about domain authority here. This article is just for the archiving purpose. Soon, we will remove all instances of Alexa ranking from ShoutMeLoud. We have talked a lot about Alexa in the past, and I realized I have missed out the most basic tutorial here, and that is how you can submit website to Alexa. Usually, Alexa picks a new domain itself but it’s always a good idea to submit your site yourself and claim your ownership. This way, you can add more details to your Website Alexa profile and make it look more professional. There is always a controversy behind Alexa ranking, but I believe like many other website ranking tool, Alexa is one of the standards and we have to make sure that we get a good listing and ranking on Alexa. So this, beginner guide will help you to get … [Read more...] about How to Submit & Verify Website on Alexa?
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I don’t care much about Yahoo, Bing, or anything of the other lesser popular search engines. There is Google Search, and there’s everything else. Naturally, I’m concerned about how my blog gets crawled by Google and about what content gets indexed by Google. Google’s Webmaster Tool tells me the inside story of how users find my website through Google. In my opinion, the Search Console Tool is like an ECG that displays the heart beat of internet traffic – Google being the heart. To be able to use this free service by Google for your website, you need to prove to them that you are the owner of your website. Now here’s the question: How do you verify your self-hosted WordPress blog with the Google Webmaster Tool? Google lets you verify ownership of a website using one of three methods: Meta tag. Upload an HTML file. DNS Verification. This question has been answered multiple times before. Let me answer it again, with the bonus of showing you the … [Read more...] about How To Verify WordPress Blog In Google Search Console Tool
Domain verification has always been a headache for newbie, especially when you have to verify domain ownership in Google apps or Google Webmaster tool. Earlier, Google allow domain ownership verification using many methods like “Meta tag” “DNS record” “Upload file”, but they require a little bit of technical knowledge. I always wonder, how a newbie Blogger, who just started Blogging manage to verify domain, as tutorial changes with theme and domain registrar. And obviously, not everyone is comfortable using FTP to upload files and verify domain possession. Now, Google has made this process easier for domain owners and now you can verify domain using your domain registrar. Google domain verification: When you buy domain from Google, they use eNom to sell domains and at times Godaddy. Today, Google announced a new way to verify your domain in Webmaster tool and Google apps, using domain registrar. This new process will let you verify ownership by just … [Read more...] about Google Made Domain Verification Easy With Godaddy & eNom
June update: Get Google Apps Discount Voucher here You can still set up a professional email address using Google Apps by paying a nominal fee of $5 per user per month, and continue to enjoy all their services. You can read the updated tutorial over here. We have already explored the benefits of a custom domain, and one major benefit of using a custom name for your website is the fact that you can easily get a professional email address using your domain. Many bloggers who own a domain name are not aware of the fact that they can create an email address using their own domain name. For example, I have ShoutMeLoud.com as my domain name, and I use [email protected] as my official work email address. Creating a domain-specific email address adds more credibility and looks more professional. For any blogger, it is important to use a personalized email domain address for a professional appearance. How many of you have a custom domain name (something like www.domain.com), but you’re … [Read more...] about How To Create Free Email with own Domain using Google Apps
Most of the Bloggers, freelancers here are using free Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail ID which is good for personal uses, but when you are working professionally, it’s always a better idea to use a Professional Email address. For example, [email protected], [email protected] and so on. It not only adds professionalism in your ID but also add credibility to your Email. Wonder, how would it look if I send an Email to a company with my personal Email or via professional email like [email protected] ? Most of the web-hosting companies offer cPanel based Email service which is free for limited number of accounts, but if you are looking for more features such as hangout, docs and others, I would recommend use Google apps for work. Here I’m sharing a guide by taking Bluehost Hosting as an example, which offers cPanel hosting. You can use this tutorial for any other hosting that offers cPanel. Note: You can also grab hosting from Bluehost now & it offers one free domain. After purchasing … [Read more...] about How to Set up Google Apps Standard on Bluehost cPanel Hosting