Re: [wordpress-194] Trace Richardson added a post

From: Ryan S.
Sent on: Monday, August 30, 2010 5:43 PM
I am a relative newbie to WordPress and it sounds like this would be a great topic for a meeting so the rest of us who may not be so wise can learn to avoid mistakes like this and figure out some best practices.

Ryan Sherman
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On Aug 30, 2010, at 5:38 PM, Joshua Ziering wrote:

Chris,

My post was for the benefit of other people who are newbies. You can clearly afford to lose the money, other people may not be so lucky.

Either way, I don't think it's fair to call out someone who wants to help our community for the sins of their employer. Would you demand the web guy at Toyota explain to you why your Tundra is wrapped around a tree?

Josh
http://WordpressHosting.net


On Mon, Aug 30, 2010 at 5:02 PM, Chris Lang <[address removed]> wrote:
To explain how we work, we take over major search engine rankings with blogs. Lots of blogs.

They rank top 5 or better for specific terms and we write all our content for them ourselves, they are not PLR sites.

These blogs are our lead generators into our autoresponder. From there is where we well our products.

NOT hosting all our blogs on one server is SEO 101. So we have blogs hosted all over for that purpose.

So when you get hacked thru GoDaddy and Wordpress and just as you email your list linking to a piece of content then you lose that list when they end up on a malicious site thru a PHP attack.

Could have happened at any number of hosting companies as you mentioned.

Believe me I am no newbie, I have been doing this for 11 years now and we make a 6 figure income with out even trying.

And when we lose 3 blogs due to an attack that is a serious matter. And hosting all your blogs on one server is a great way to shoot the SEO value of them all right in the butt.

See ya.....




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