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HOW TO GET STARTED WITH GIT

Git is a free open source distributed version control system. Which sounds incredibly dull, until you need to revert to a prior version of your code, when it’s a godsend.

It’s software that manages your source code, by taking snap shots of it at particular points and stores them. You can view all these intervals as milestones in a timeline. This way it allows you to back track, restore code from particular points, and work in a team simultaneously. […]

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Long Form Content SEO Ranking Strategy: 11 Must Follow Tips to Rank

Have you ever written a piece of long form content or eBook of 4000 words and above before?

If you haven’t, you probably don’t know the benefits and think that it’s just a lot of pointless work. But if you have, you already know that while it is indeed a lot of work, the result of that work can mean a great difference in search engine rankings. Earlier I wrote about two important things to make your long form content rank & many readers asked for more detailed guide on this and here we are. […]

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The Best Tools That Will Help You Build A Profitable, High-Converting Landing Page In Minutes

Sometimes, what you need is a single high-converting landing page to break the bank, and I’ll prove it:

Conversion Rate professionals generated $1 million for Moz with a single landing page, an attractive call to action, and a few emails.

But even if you do not make that amount, a very high converting landing page can be the cornerstone of a successful internet business. […]

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4 SECURITY MEASURES EVERY WORDPRESS SITE NEEDS

Have you ever thought about the security of your WordPress installation? Or rather has your installation ever been attacked or hacked?

Well, security is one very important feature that every other developer is always worried about. In this article, I would like us to discuss ways of making your installation secure to avoid attacks from hackers who might want to hijack your work and gain unauthorised access. […]

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How To Create Drip Campaign Emails That Get Opened And Read

A lot of your subscribers follow different blogs. So don’t be surprised if they forget about your blog by the end of the month.

With tons of content on the web, I bet some of your subscribers only visit your site once a month, or once every few months, or maybe even never.

When faced with this dilemma, how do you keep your blog in your subscribers’ radar? How do you make sure that they keep coming back for more? […]