Reseller vs VPS Hosting

So, you want to start your own web hosting company? Ramping everything up is quite the learning experience, and this is just one of many technical decisions you’ll have to make. If you’ve done any research on what kind of infrastructure you’ll need as a hosting startup, you’ve probably at some point been recommended a reseller account […]

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Why A VPS May Not Be Right For You

The common suggestion these days when a user outgrows their shared hosting account is to get a VPS. While a VPS is a great way to do certain things (we use VPSes quite a bit for internal purposes), it’s not for everyone, much less everyone who just happens to be using too much in resources […]

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CloudFlare Partnership Launch

How CloudFlare increases speed and security of your site This is a guest post written and contributed by CloudFlare.  CloudFlare makes it easy for any site to be as fast and secure as the Internet giants. CloudFlare, a web performance and security company, is excited to announce our partnership with Squidix! If you haven’t heard […]

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SquidGallery PHP Image Gallery Script Released!

We’ve released our simple and lightweight image gallery script, SquidGallery. This script requires no database, just upload to a PHP compatible server, drop your images into a folder, and you are up and running! Features Twitter Bootstrap Compatible Extremely Lightweight Multiple Category/Album Support Easy Administration JavaScript Category Filtering and Popups You can see more details […]

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The Only Time Steak Sucks

Straight from the grill, a great big juicy sirloin steak never fails to fill me with dirty desires. The wisp gets me from a mile away, and almost lovingly beckons me towards the dining hall. And like a highly focused zombie, I make my way, greedily inhaling the heavenly fragrance. When I actually get to […]

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The Art of Blog Empirization – Part 6

The previous part covered 2 critical aspects of moving your blog up the ladder – from mere mediocrity to outrageously scintillating. This article will go show you what you need to do as you approach the launch date. That’s right, 3 tightly kept secrets that any good blogging businessman uses to get outstanding results. Brought […]

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The Art of Blog Empirization – Part 5

As I was lying in bed, planning this series, I pondered over something. You can have the catchiest name in the world. You can have a highly optimized layout. You can even have a dozen different, not to mention fantastic profit streams integrated with your blog. I thought about this while letting out one of […]

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The Art of Blog Empirization – Part 4

We covered the niche selection process in part 3. You learnt a simple yet effective way to pick out a niche to get started with. But after pondering it over some steak (I told you, I love that stuff), I decided to divulge another big secret that you’d probably have to pay someone else to […]

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The Art of Blog Empirization – Part 3

I’m awake and I’m rearing to go! I’m going to write a killer post and you’re going to forgive me for leaving you hanging… You just wait and watch. Oh, and no more boring layout stuff. I promise. We’ve finally gotten the bare essentials out of the way. The skeletons up, and now it’s time […]

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The Art of Blog Empirization – Part 2

Alright, Top Gear’s over and I’m back. Had some glorious steak too and I’m really full. So before I fall into a deep slumber that would make Sleeping Beauty’s marathon look like a mere nap, let’s get down to business. We’ve covered 3 of the bare essentials. And I promised we’ll start covering some of […]

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