Menu Close

Sam Smith

Forum Replies Created

Viewing 11 posts - 1 through 11 (of 11 total)
  • Author
    Posts
  • Sam Smith
    Participant

    There are lot of wordpress plugins can do these. Just download one plugins and all are done.

     

    Sam Smith
    Participant

    Method 1

    Go to the settings menu of the eMember plugin and check the “Free Members Must Confirm Email Address” field. When this option is checked, the standard registration form gets replaced with with a small registration initiation form for email verification (the user will see the full registration form after the verification). When a user fills in this email verification form (name and email address) a unique registration link is sent to the specified email address. Users will only be able to register for a free member account after they click on the unique registration link sent to their email address.

    in reply to: Free SSL certificates for at sslforfree website #1020
    Sam Smith
    Participant

    100% Free Forever

    Never pay for SSL again. Thanks to Letsencrypt the first non-profit CA.

    Widely Trusted

    Our free SSL certificates are trusted in 99.9% of all major browsers.

    Enjoy SSL Benefits

    Protect user data & gain trust
    Improve Search Engine Ranking
    Prevent forms of website hacking

    in reply to: I need best web hosting service ? #998
    Sam Smith
    Participant

    The server location and uptime is also very important.

    in reply to: Google has been encouraging migration to https since 2014 #950
    Sam Smith
    Participant

    Any attacker can view the information between your system and the server easily. If your websites is ssl certified then attacker cannot read the sensitive data. It is good if you go will ssl to secure your information.

    in reply to: Google has been encouraging migration to https since 2014 #949
    Sam Smith
    Participant

    Actually Google is not forcing us to use HTTPS. If you don’t use HTTPS on a web page that asks for sensitive information such as password, Chrome & other browsers will show a notification in address bar that the page is not secure. This is to inform website visitors that their information such as password will not securely sent over the internet, if they submit information on this page.

    When you visit a website, it’s helpful to know if your information is being handled securely by that website, especially if you’re not tech savvy.

    If your website doesn’t ask for sensitive information like password, you don’t need to HTTPS on your website and Google won’t bother you.

    You can even have some pages of your website as HTTPS and other pages as HTTP. For example, on my website I only have “new user registration” and “log in” pages on HTTPS and other pages (such as tutorials, blog, contact us, features, pricing, etc) as HTTP. It’s perfectly fine.

    Basically, if your web page has a user form, use HTTPS for that page. If it doesn’t have a user form, you need not HTTPS for that page.

    in reply to: Can I get a Free SSL certificate ? #947
    Sam Smith
    Participant

    Web security has become a prime concern and has become a matter of “No Compromise”. SSL Certificates have offered a great help to the site owners and have come up as an ideal choice for someone who wants to secure their website. However, if the free SSL certificates were appropriate then all the leading e-commerce websites would be using them, right? But they don’t and there are plenty of reasons for it like ( Reduced Site Speed Performance, minimal protection and more).

    Paid SSL certificates help accelerate conversion rates on websites by implanting an element of trust in the customer’s mind which ultimately escalates revenues. Although you pay a bit for it up front, you will surely savor the fruits later. After all, no good thing comes for free… right?

    in reply to: How to check expired domain for Google penalties? #942
    Sam Smith
    Participant

    always better to aim for new domain. If you found some “sexy” domain at auction there might be something fishy behind. I gave up wasting time at auctions – more and more crap, less and less “good catch” since 2009.

    in reply to: How to set up a Money Earn Website ? #940
    Sam Smith
    Participant

    The following factors help you to promote your business

    1) Submit website in Ad Classified sites

    2) Video promotions

    3) Through forums you can promote

    4) Link exchange with niche related websites

    5) Social Networking sites
    You can promote your business on social media platforms like Facebook, twitter, linked in, etc.  You start by creating a page bearing the name of your business website. Update it with your business information and accompany with images and videos about your business. Ensure you have a responsive site where you can respond to any queries from your clients. Invite as many friends to like your page and you can keep updating on a daily basis.

    in reply to: Google's main goal was to make SEO more expensive #794
    Sam Smith
    Participant

    My title does not have any problems since this is a black hat seo forum.

    in reply to: How To Earn Money By Youtube #525
    Sam Smith
    Participant

    The method is outlined.. Please remember one thing.. These tutorials are to get people started on the right path.. I highly dought anyone with a $$$$ method is gonna post it here in public so it gets saturated and HE/SHE stops making money!..so a DETAILED step by step (everything included) method is usually posted in public if for one it does not work anymore or two the OP has moved on to something else and does not care if that method will DIE ASAP! This is a functional way to put money in your pockets and lets you be CREATIVE to come up with YOUR OWN “Twists” which I am sure once you discover it.. you would not share! True? So as “basic” as it is..it should get the curious mind thinking.. That’s the aim of most threads on this section I think! Work Hard and you will be rewarded

Viewing 11 posts - 1 through 11 (of 11 total)