Google Page Rank – Important or Just Another Number?

Google Page Rank (or PR as it is often referred to as) is simply an indication of the number of websites that link to a specific website. It also attempts to indicate the quality of those links. PR ranges from 0 to 10 (with 10 being the ‘best’ PR and 0 being the ‘worst’). The vast majority of small business websites will usually find they have a PR of between 0 and 5.

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IMAP vs. POP3 E-mail Accounts

Basically both IMAP and POP are different protocols for handling e-mail. Each has its own unique function and purpose. Protocol allows IMAP to deal with e-mail in a different way than POP does. POP is basically a flow through entity?it just passes on the information to you at your e-mail program. IMAP on the other hand, is interactive with your e-mail program. Let?s take a look at the uniqueness of both.

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Switching web hosts

Switching Hosts

What do you do when your current web host isn?t meeting your needs? It?s time to think about looking for one that will. It?s not unusual for businesses & consumers to search out better hosts that provide more services and technical support once their site grows and becomes more popular. Webmasters are thinking ahead and looking for hosts that can provide an effective level of scalability or technical support.

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The dilemma with purchasing cheap web hosting

Back in the early days of the Internet at the turn of the century?that would be four years ago?hosting companies that were first off the block in the Internet land grab had the luxury of charging high prices. However, even then there were a few visionary holdouts that charged low prices out of the gate and offered the same or better service as their competitors.

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