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Windows Server 2003 End Life November 11, 2014 at 02:44 AM

Microsoft is ending support for its Windows 2003 server on July 14, 2015. What this means for owners of Classic ASP sites is a mandatory switch to ASP.net, right? No! What your web hosting company may not know is that you can keep your Classic ASP site, and simply move it to a Windows 2008 Server. That’s right, you can keep your Classic ASP site, and run it on Windows 2008 OS with all the up-to-date security features. Let’s get into some details about this issue.

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AdWords Agency Policy Update October 21, 2014 at 04:19 PM

Google has recently updated their AdWords policy in order to bring more transparency to the customer. There are two main points to make about these new policies: first, if an advertiser who is running AdWords through an agency asks for his/her Google Customer ID, the agency has to provide it; and second, the agency must tell the advertiser how much they are charging for the management of that AdWords account. Let’s dig into each of these new policies to find out their significance, and who it affects the most.

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301 Redirects: How and Why To Use Them October 17, 2014 at 02:26 PM

A 301 redirect is an operation typically done by an SEO or web developer to permanently give one page or site the benefit of another page or site’s SEO rankings. An example is if your company decides they need a new website. In order to keep the old website’s rankings in search engines, which brought in visibility, business, and revenue for the company they would place a 301 on the old site. What this does is it tells search engines to treat the new site like the old site, and to place the new site into any instance where the old site might normally show up in the SERP (Search Engine Results Page).

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Google’s Panda 4.1 Update: Who Will It Affect? October 07, 2014 at 02:04 PM

Google updates its search algorithm several times throughout each year. Some updates are more significant than others, and the latest one, known as Panda 4.1, is one of the more significant ones. Here are the details.

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