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What’s in a Domain Name?

Have you ever considered what goes into deciding on and getting a domain name? Not just any name, but one specifically needed for your business or cause. There are pitfalls of waiting until the last minute to get the domain name you need for your business, non-profit, or even a Presidential bid. Obviously the majority ...

What Does 99.999% Uptime Really Mean

Many hosting companies will boast 99% uptime. This might sound good at first, but if you drill down to outage time, 99% isn’t quite as impressive. 99% server uptime translates into almost 4 days of unplanned outages per year. Whereas 99.9999% server uptime translates into less than a minute of unplanned down time per year. That’s ...

5 More Tips On Structuring URLs for SEO

As you might remember from How to Structure URLs for SEO, a URL is more than just your domain name. A well-structured URL can help a user navigate your site and tell the purpose of a page. Since the targeted traffic from URLs is so important, here are 5 more tips to help you structure ...

The Press Release: Make it Pop!

A press release (PR) can be an effective SEO and marketing tool. However, many struggle with how and why to write one. Here are tips from our pro, Stephen, to make your press release stand out. Open the Press Release with a strong headline. Most people will not read a PR unless the headline catches their ...

What is Malvertising and Why should I Care?

What point is there of putting four locks and a firewall on the front door and leaving the back door open? Malware is not injected into a system through the front door. Oftentimes, users are not even aware that an invasion took place, these are not like home invasions where the alarm is triggered and ...

How to Structure URLs for SEO

A URL is more than just your domain name. A well-structured URL can help a user navigate your site and tell the purpose of a page. Why is this important? Targeted traffic. A strong URL can help direct specific readers to specific pages. Although numbered one to five, these tips probably rank equally by Google, Bing ...

Archive Email, Avoid Scrutiny

Don’t let your Future be determined by Past emails! Municipalities and others that may have a requirement for email archiving or those concerned about requirements in the wake of the Clinton email debacle now have an answer to this sensitive issue. CourseVector’s servers have the ability to archive sent and received messages. This function has been ...

A Business Partnership for Women’s Health

CourseVector and the Spinal Bifida Resource Network formed a bilingual business partnership to combat the effects of Spinal Bifida through a campaign for expectant mothers’ health. What makes this partnership particularly noteworthy is the truly bilingual nature of this website. Simply by choosing the Language: English or Habla: Español at the bottom of the page, readers ...

CourseVector Hires Programmer

CourseVector announced today that Tim Fulton has joined the team as a programmer. Fulton brings with him over 13 years of experience in defense training, with a degree in Computer Programming and Applications. Fulton joins CourseVector to continue our client-centered philosophy of providing high-quality work at prices anyone can afford. They hire freelancers world-wide. Fulton ...

Building Better Backlinks

What is a Backlink? There are parts of SEO that are more difficult to grasp than others. Backlinks are one of those topics that those new to SEO might have trouble with. A backlink is a link to your website from another website. While this was initially important to navigation, the importance now lies with Search ...

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