In any organization consisting of more than one person, there is a natural tendency to delegate based on available time, energy and talent for any given task. In this day and age, content creation tends to be quite high on that list. Fresh content in your website ensures better SEO optimization, and gives your customers a reason to come back to your site more frequently.
However, there is a caveat to this; is it *good* content? Is it well-written, easy to read? Spelling, grammar, punctuation? Yes, even in this 140-character age, all those factors are critical in communication of your branding value. Example: your sales manager may be a brilliant verbal communicator, and an absolute genius in creating content that will draw in potential buyers – but she can’t spell her way out of a paper bag. Or perhaps he has only a passing familiarity with proper grammar and punctuation.
Well, that’s what your admin staff is for, right? That’s where we get into workflow, and touching on how to get content from the generator, to the editor, and to the web for your site visitors to read.
In the past, we have talked about using the built in Dolphin 7 Anti-Spam tools. Today, we will cover a few more tips to help block the spammers who will try and flood your Dolphin 7 website.
This article is for those looking to make changes to their DNS zone using Arvixe’s cPanel software. It is an update of an older blog instruction set from 2009. The “simple” and “advanced” DNS Zone Editors allow users to add, remove, and modify A, CNAME, and TXT type records.
ATTENTION: Do not attempt to modify these fields unless you are absolutely sure what you are doing! This tutorial will provide a bit of background on each type of record, but is not for beginners. Please contact Arvixe support if you are not 100% comfortable with these actions and their consequences.
First, let’s look at what each record type means. Then, where to access the editor pages.
Tags: a, arvixe, change, cname, cPanel/Linux Hosting, dns, edit, hosting, record, remove, txt, zone
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