Free Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) tools in cPanel

To assist our clients improve their website visibility in search engines and increase website traffic, we have made available the SEO Tools section in your hosting account cPanel. Here you will find all of the tools and services you need to get more of your site listed in Google and the other major search engines. … Read more Free Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) tools in cPanel

CMS: Where Content is King

Google loves content. More correctly, Google loves new content! So do Bing, Yahoo and You-know-what search engines.

So how do you add new content to your old website that was tenderly developed long years ago? The process could be a daunting task especially if you do not have direct access.

On the other hand, if you have been using a Content Management System (CMS), you will probably be aware that it can be an exciting way to carry on with ease the maintenance of your professional or personal website.

Let’s look at some of the popular open source CMS’s that are available out there.

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Is Caffeine gooooooooood for you?

I cannot recall Google for having done this before but earlier this month, Google invited the public (that’s you and me) to take their next generation of web search for a test drive. For some reason, it has been code named Caffeine.

Google’s engineer, Matt Cutts has invited us all to test it at You can test the old Google against the new for yourselves at The new architecture is said to include size, indexing, speed, accuracy and ranking changes and Google is asking searchers to give it a try it and report their feedback.

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Bing is here: is it time for change?

Microsoft Bing

Microsoft’s new search engine, or “decision engine” Bing is probably the first competitor to Google. What’s more, research even suggests that Bing has gained a tiny increase in market share in the search engine war.

Without doubt, there are some cool features in Bing that would attract even some of the ardent Googlers of this earth. At first glance, the results page looks similar to Google but the similarity ends there.

In fact, the results look nicer than Google, especially the image search (multi-size thumbnails and grids, different choices of detail, filters by image size, colors, etc). I just love how sounds and videos are embedded into search results and how there’s a mouse-over for a small preview. Then there is this nice hovering feature at the right edge of a search result where more information is displayed without having to click through to the page.

I also love the colourful front cover photo that changes each day and how you can float over it to find more information.

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