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answered Site Indexed in Yahoo and Bing but not Google
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comment facebook ad metric vs google analytics metrics
It would be interesting to see a source on GA not tracking logged users
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answered Securing/running a server
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comment Could Jekyll/Octopress and other static blogging engines be a good option for a heavy online magazine?
@Lèse, my tone may not have been clear, but I was actually thanking you for highlighting the reasons, since I hadn't looked into the root causes. I've done a lot of wordpress database cleanup for people over the last two years who had hacked wp blogs (spam links injected in articles and total display presentation changes through injected iframes). There was also one that was turned into a bank phishing site. One common thread between each blog was that it was an outdated version.
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comment Could Jekyll/Octopress and other static blogging engines be a good option for a heavy online magazine?
@Lese and javipas - Thanks for bringing up the points why it can be a security nightmare. WP is targeted because it's the most popular (meaning the most hackers are going after it), and not keeping it to the newest version at all times leaves you a huge target. The majority of webapps i've used don't have the must always be up-to-date problem. Hence it can be a security nightmare. Didn't say it's impossible to secure.
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answered Adwords: Is there a drawback to setting a really high max CPC to learn what works faster?
Apr
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comment Improve email Delivery Rates
Thanks, the idea of running the emails through a spam checker should have been obvious. It helped quite a bit in identifying negative modifiers. I think the biggest improvement came from cleaning up the headers. So far reports of non-delivery have improved a lot since the changes.
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accepted Improve email Delivery Rates
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