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IPv6 SEO Hosting is Here!

We can't wait any longer! We have some great news to share, and we believe you will be as excited as us when you hear about it.

After close to 2 years of private beta, we are ready to make our IPv6 offering public.

IPv6 SEO Classes Explained

In this blog post, we are going to explain different IPv6 classes when it comes to SEO and SEO Hosting.

How To Do Keyword Research For SEO

How To Do Keyword Research For SEO

You've probably heard that keywords can make or break your website. Well, it's true!

Simply, keywords and SEO are two sides of the same coin. You won't be exaggerating if say that without keywords there would be no SEO. In fact, even with all the algorithm updates that Google keeps churning out, the need for keyword research has stayed relevant.

Google Penalties and Common Mistakes

Nowadays, a lot of mistakes are made in SEO as a result of wanting to attract more traffic to your website. Sometimes the reason can be misunderstanding of how SEO works or in some cases, the desire to improve very fast (which can’t be done when it comes to this topic) brings trouble so called-penalty.

It happens all of a sudden, there is no warning, and all of work is just gone from the internet. Your website is running smoothly, the number of visitors/subscribers and shares is increasing, the ranking is pretty high, but one day all of it disappears.

On-page SEO Optimization

SEO campaign can be done properly in one way only- by mastering both on-page and off-page optimization. If these two are not in harmony, then the campaign won’t flow and the website would have bad rankings. But, what is the difference?

A Deeper Look Into Penguin and Panda Algorithms

One of the possible drama scenarios from the perspective of SEO is, for sure, getting a penalty. As you probably know, there are sports penalties, induced by breaking up the rules of a game. Situation with Google penalties is pretty similar- if you don’t obey to the rules, penalty will follow.


Vulnerability in the Malipoet WordPress plugin has caused a known malware infection. The attack from the malware infection cunningly attempts to gain passage for spam into the hacked site. This will eventually cause a website break and is focus is strictly on WordPress sites that have an out of date plugin or weak admin passwords.