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bio website jamespegg.co.uk
location Andover, UK
age 25
visits member for 3 years
seen Nov 14 '13 at 9:24

I'm a UK based web developer with a broad set of skills and experience in PHP, HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript and other related disciplines like SEO, system administration and design.


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awarded  Popular Question
Apr
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awarded  Autobiographer
Mar
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comment Can I have a backup name server?
Thanks, we had tested with a third nameserver, and you are correct some request would go through CloudFlare, some wouldn't. For now we've gone back to how it was before, but will interested to see further developments. (Let me know if anything does change!).
Mar
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accepted Can I have a backup name server?
Mar
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comment Significant drop in SERPs on 12th November 2011
We were never hit by Panda in February and I thought the update in November was fairly minor? We constantly update the site with fresh and unique content, so not quite sure why Google would drop us.
Mar
13
asked Significant drop in SERPs on 12th November 2011
Feb
9
comment Can I have a backup name server?
Fantastic, thanks!
Feb
9
comment Can I have a backup name server?
The nameservers themselves. Sorry, I should be more clear. So we use a proxy to handle all our traffic, which means we point to their nameservers. However, one of their datacenters went down which created an hour outage for some of our users. Would adding a third nameserver, pointing to the same web server, take over if the first two failed?
Feb
9
comment Can I have a backup name server?
Okay, so I can't have a single server where two of the nameservers are provided by a CDN, and the last one isn't? (i.e it uses the hosting provider's nameservers)
Feb
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asked Can I have a backup name server?
Dec
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awarded  Scholar
Dec
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accepted Analysing Bounce Rate and Time on Page
Dec
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comment Analysing Bounce Rate and Time on Page
Ah, that makes sense! I guess I'll have to find out why people are leaving, and also why people are staying. Thanks for the help!
Dec
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comment Analysing Bounce Rate and Time on Page
So, the average time on page is only an estimate? Even when I filter it like you suggest, the time on page is still about 2 and a half minutes. I thought Google measured bounces based on whether someone goes to another page on the site or not. This blog says that Google ignores time on page and level of engagement link . Has that changed since?
Dec
1
comment Analysing Bounce Rate and Time on Page
Surely the site as a whole would get a high bounce rate if it was a bot? The home page only has a bounce rate of 23%, whilst getting 18% of all visits. With conversions, should I ignore the conversion rate and just look at the total number of conversions? (My thinking being that a high bounce rate will skew the conversion rate anyway).
Dec
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awarded  Student
Dec
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asked Analysing Bounce Rate and Time on Page