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Mar
29
answered Should I create topics in a forum I'm about to launch so that new users won't feel it is “empty”?
Mar
18
comment What do I need to know about selling a website?
When you say "selling a website", what exactly are you including? Just the domain name? The content? The code that drives it? The server infrastructure? People you employ to run the site? Or perhaps you are selling them a license to use the code for the site, but move it to their domain?
Mar
17
comment How to seamlessly transfer a domain (avoid downtime because the previous registrar's nameservers stopped serving DNS records)
In order to avoid downtime, I very carefully set up a third party nameserver (not the new or the old provider), and then transferred the name service from the old provider to it. The old provider (Easynet) deleted the data from their nameservers immediately, even though I was still paying them for nameservice (at a ridiculous rate) and had not told them to take anything off their nameserver. We had a days downtime before the records propagated and the new nameservers took over. I was very annoyed at Easynet. Don't use them for name service. You cannot ever leave.
Jan
25
awarded  Editor
Jan
25
revised Most important linux commands for web development
This is basic the word, not BASIC the language.
Jan
25
suggested suggested edit on Most important linux commands for web development
Nov
4
comment does co.uk domains need a uk citizen?
That information is definitely wrong. Even the video on that page contradicts that information. I certainly wouldn't use that company!
Feb
10
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Oct
15
awarded  Supporter
Oct
15
comment Can anyone recommend a Google SERP tracker?
I'm voting this question up - it should be reopened. It is exactly the kind of question that community wiki was invented for.
Oct
15
comment Any good SEO tracking apps out there?
For finding an SEO company to deal with, yes. For finding a software tool to help you do your own SEO, I don't think the creator of that tool will neccesarily have the skills / time to spend on making his tool well ranked, unless they are charging a lot of money for it. I.e. someone who writes good software is not neccesarily someone who gets high SEO rankings.
Oct
15
comment Any good SEO tracking apps out there?
It would be good if you split these into separate answers, with a little comment about each, then people who know them can vote for the ones that they like the best.
Oct
15
comment Any good SEO tracking apps out there?
It's community wiki because it's the sort of question where there isn't a single right answer.