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Nobody likes spam—mostly it is just annoying, but sometimes it can be harmful. Referrer spam in Google Analytics is annoying because it confuses the data, making it less useful and more difficult to understand. When you want to know how much traffic your site is getting, referrer spam can be a real problem.
Referrer spam is fake referral traffic recorded in your Google Analytics. This fake traffic is created by spam bots, not actual visitors to your site.
Crawler programs designed to perform repetitive tasks with accuracy are called bots. Bots whose
Spoofing occurs when a spammer pretends to be sending out email as you by using your email address. The spammer does not actually have access to your account and is not using your account to send the message, but they are pretending to be you. Instead of using the email account address where the mail is actually coming from, they put your email address in the From line of their message. This makes it appear to come from you. The spammer does this to make the email look legitimate even if it isn’t.
Securi Security’s Q2 Report for 2016 is out. The data in their report is based on compromised websites they worked on/with; it includes insights & analysis performed by Securi’s Incident Response Team (IRT) & Malware Research Team (MRT).
Securi’s analysis included over 9,000 infected websites. The report is verify thorough. Just goes to show that it’s very important to update your websites! Or, get The Barton to do it for you.
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Another article you may be interested in is our phpMyAdmin SSL article that teaches you how to force SSL with phpMyadmin.
Every so often you need to change your database prefix, whether it’s because you need to secure your WordPress website a little bit, or you want to make it easier to identify which tables are for what. Regardless, you need a simple way to change or remove your database table prefix. This article will tell you how to do that using phpMyAdmin.
Securi Security offers a great plugin for WordPress security. WordPress is great, it lets you design & develop websites in relatively short periods of time (compared to 10 years ago). The biggest problem – WordPress is easy to hack! Super simple to use, but not very secure. Securi Security is trying to change that, and that’s why they offer a free plugin, and lots of free info.
Recently, Securi released a website hacked report based on data collected and analyzed by the Sucuri Remediation Group (RG). This report analyzed over 11k infected websites and includes statistics associated with:
Something we always have to do with new or old sites is add, for Florida SEO purposes, a redirect of non-www to www, or www to non-www (https://thebarton.org instead of https://www.thebarton.org). The reason being, Google sees thebarton.org and www.thebarton.org as two different sites and we’d get penalized for having duplicate content should someone put out a link to our site using one or the other.
The solution being, choose which one you want to have redirect – non-www to www or www to non-www. The choice is yours. It’s really just a personal preference for me to not use www in front of my
As a global leader in web searches, Google is relied upon by millions of companies around the world. For large companies with a major national or international presence, single search engine reliance can be a benefit, but for smaller businesses, keeping up with Google’s frequent updates and adjustments can be a significant undertaking. The factors that drive search algorithms, encompassing everything from a mobile website to appropriate metadata, are often complex, leaving website administrators with a constantly changing set of requirements to meet in order to stay relevant on the SERPs.
In general, it’s rare for Google to announce individual
Writing fresh, quality content is one of the best ways to get readers to visit your site again and again. However, writing fresh, quality content isn’t always easy. In an attempt to get frequent content posted, some websites make some big mistakes. The following are the biggest content writing don’ts.
Search engine optimization (SEO) is important for any local business since more than ever, people are looking to the internet to find local businesses. If people want to find a local window company, you can be sure that they will search the internet to find a reputable company. Not only does an internet search provide a listing of local companies, but often reviews can be found online allowing consumers to do research on the companies found. Online listings are a great tool for consumers to find and research companies. SEO is important because you want your company to be one
The results are in. Yes, local SEO really is that important. These days, consumers are hitting the web to find local companies and to decide what to buy. If your local company doesn’t appear in the search engine results page (serps), you may be missing a lot of potential business. Don’t miss out—check out these reasons to see why you need local SEO to boost business for your local company.
Google did the research; you can reap the rewards. According to Google’s research, 50% of consumers that search for a