CVS File Merger

CVS File Merger

Easily take multiple csv files and merge them together using this free online tool. Export any SEO data from multiple sources and put them together in one document. CSV files may not support multiple sheets.

Use txt and csv files only. Large and/or many files may take more time to process. Ultimate SEO”Ultimate SEO”

Ultimate SEO – Focus On Strategy, Tools And Community Builds

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Over the last month I’ve poured a bit of time … (everything that my clients didn’t get) into UltimateSEO.org and by chance UltimateSEO.net which was unregistered.  UltimateSEO.org was the focus because previous to my use someone else used it and built it up to a domain authority of 36.  Its taken me over six months […]

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52 Tools And Counting: Mostly Free SEO Tools – I Actually Use

SEO Tools – The Ultimate List

There are actually a couple lists of tools on this page.  Check them out and come back for more in the future.  What you wont find in this list is a tool that has asked or paid or communicated with me concerning the list.  This is an honest collection of what I want to keep links too.  If you want to be on the list feel free to maybe comment?  If I find it useful and use it I’ll add a link.  Otherwise maybe someone else will like it from your comment link and they can make there own list. 🙂

Over 50 SEO Tools, Mostly Free

As I go through my SEO day I type the same addresses over and over to get to a collection of useful tools.  So I decide to post them as links once and for all, for my own benefit but also for others who may come here for a backlink indexer but find there isn’t one … but there is a list that includes one of the best.

A quick highlight of some of the tools and how I plan to build on this simple list.  First, I’ll address the second thing I noted…I plan to build the list out from its initial 52 to hopefully a hundred with the promise I’m not just adding crap tools or duplicate tools over and over.  Now as a highlight of some of the best tools on this list I’ll put some details in the coming weeks in a section below the list. There is also another mini list that includes tools for text and html below the main list.

More Tools – Text and HTML Free Tools

I’ve turned 40 today so I figured I’d make a top 40 list of tools and guides. The first one I’ll note I didn’t use for Web Design, I just used it to make a choice for me.

Generate Random Choice – When you’re on the fence and need some decision help.

Random Word Generator – Brainstorming

Adwords And Titles

Capitalize the First letter of Each Word In A Sentence

Free Photoshop Like Web Tool

Pixlr

Site Speed

Compress HTML Code

Uncompress HTML Code

CSS Minifier

Merge CSS OR JS Files

Testing

CSS HTML JavaScript With Output Test Environment

Fast Web Design

Hexadecimal Color Picker

JavaScript Popup Maker

HTML List Generator

Convert URLs to HTML Links

CSS

CSS Beautifier

HTML Modifiers

HTML Formatter

Convert line breaks to paragraphs

Remove Duplicate Lines

CSV

CSV to XML Converter

Text Format And Order Modifiers

Alphabetical Order Tool

Remove Line Breaks from Text

Date And Time

Epoch Timestamp To Date

Time zone list – HTML select snippet

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Hostname On cPanel / WHM Server Resets To Project Name On Google Cloud Fix

So you made a WHM server on Google Cloud and before you get to use it suddenly its broken?  I feel your pain.  Not sure when this started but it seems Google Cloud auto writes over the hostname.  Usually not an issue but cPanel seems to rely upon this entry to the point when you type a FQDN like louisville.data502.com it changes to rubbish in a redirect and the site can’t be resolved.

cPanel Has A Fix.

You can see it from their site or I have the steps below.

To configure VPS deployments, many cloud hosting providers use the dhclient script, which includes the configuration of the instance’s hostname.

The dhclient script may not preserve the locally-configured hostname, so hosting providers use scripts to work around this issue. For example, Google Cloud Platform Services™ uses the google_set_hostname script.

The workaround scripts may interfere with WHM’s Change Hostname feature (WHM >> Home >> Networking Setup >> Change Hostname), which causes hostname configuration issues and a locked cPanel & WHM license.

The solution

To resolve this issue, you must create a dhclient exit hook script to set the hostname properly.
Create the set-hostname.sh file with the following contents in the /etc/dhcp/dhclient-exit-hooks.d/ directory, where hostname.example.com represents your server’s new hostname:

You can also create the file with the following command, where hostname.example.com represents your server’s new hostname: Note in the code below you should be sudo and hostname.example.com will need to be changed

mkdir -p /etc/dhcp/dhclient-exit-hooks.d/ && echo -ne ‘#!/bin/shnhostname hostname.example.comn/scripts/fixetchostsn’ > /etc/dhcp/dhclient-exit-hooks.d/zzz-set-hostname.sh && chmod +x /etc/dhcp/dhclient-exit-hooks.d/zzz-set-hostname.sh

OR You can make it in a drawn out 3 step process.

  1. #!/bin/sh
  2. hostname hostname.example.com
  3. /scripts/fixetchosts

That should keep the name as you intended.

And finally I want to say check out Ultimate SEO. Its a great site.

Cloudflare DNS and CDN With WordPress High Availability On Google Cloud

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Key Components & Services

There are two custom services running on the deployed machines that are essential for the solution to function properly. These services are ​gcs-sync ​(running on WordPress instances – both Admin and Content) and ​cloudsql-proxy​ (running on the SQL Proxy instances).

The ​gcs-sync​ service runs a script ​/opt/c2d/downloads/gcs-sync​ that, depending on the role the VM is assigned (Content or Admin), will check in with the GCS bucket tied to the deployment and determine if content needs to be pushed to or pulled from GCS. If you need to interact with the service, you can do so via ​systemctl​. For example:

systemctl stop gcs​-​sync

will kill the script checking GCS, and the node will not receive any updates that come from the Administrator Node. Conversely, if the service needs to be started you can do so with the following command:

systemctl start gcs​-​sync

The ​cloudsql-proxy​ service makes use of the ​Cloud SQL Proxy​ binary so you can connect to your Cloud SQL instance without having to whitelist IP addresses, which can change when instances are deleted and recreated in a Managed Instance Group. The Cloud SQL binary is located at ​/opt/c2d/downloads/cloud_sql_proxy​ and the script that executes the binary is located at ​/opt/c2d/downloads/cloudsql-proxy​. Like the service that runs ​gcs-sync​, it can be interacted with using ​systemctl​. Stopping the service can be done with:

systemctl stop cloudsql​-​proxy

At this point your instance will not be able to communicate with the Cloud SQL instance, and the application will not function. If you needed to manually start the service for any reason you can do so with the following command:

systemctl start cloudsql​-​proxy

Cloudflare DNS and CDN With WordPress High Availability On Google Cloud

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How Protecting Escort Sites Helped Cloudflare

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Original Title: CloudFlare: more traffic than Amazon, Wikipedia, Twitter, Instagram, and Apple combined

VENTUREBEAT STAFF JULY 18, 2012 9:00 AM

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This post is part of a consultation series that we’re doing along with our friends at The Next Web and Trend Hunter. Each of the three sites has picked a company that’s effectively utilizing new technologies to get them ahead in their space. Here’s our take on The Next Web’s pick, CloudFlare:

CloudFlare is the internet you’ve never heard of. More than just a content delivery network, the service optimizes massive chunks of the web for delivery, screens out hacking and malware attacks, provides analytics, and more. And the service is growing like wildfire.

A year ago, CloudFlare served about five billion page views a month. Today, the yes-we’re-a-content-delivery-network-but-more serves up an astounding 65 billion pages per month.

“We do more traffic than Amazon, Wikipedia, Twitter, Zynga, AOL, Apple, Bing, eBay, PayPal and Instagram combined,” chief executive Matthew Prince told VentureBeat. “We’re about half of a Facebook, and this month we’ll surpass Yahoo in terms of pageviews and unique visitors.”

And it’s all based on a foundation of free.

Most of CloudFlare’s 1500 daily new clients pay the company precisely zero dollars … and never will. And that’s just fine, because they’re the best marketing a company has ever had.

“Soon after we launched we got a big wave of signups from Turkey, all adult sites, Turkish escort services,” says Prince. “We called up a webmaster and he explained that due to the countries liberal government but conservative population, their services were legal but hated.”

To escape the denial of service (DOS) attacks that Turkish hackers started, the escort services turned to CloudFlare. And then they told all their friends.

“We started to get some small Turkish business,” said Prince, “and they paid us a bit.” Larger companies followed, paying more, and today CloudFlare powers the sites of almost every political party in Turkey, many major businesses, and several large government sites … all bringing in considerable revenue.

But it’s not just about marketing. It’s also about the data.

Later that year, CloudFlare hosted the EuroVision finals. The organizers, who typically get 150 million visitors in the final weeks of the singing competition, were dealing with a denial of service attack. Hearing about CloudFlare, they signed up and five minutes later, were back online.

When the CloudFlare engineers analyzed the attack, they realized that the work they’d done to protect the Turkish escort sites was the key piece of the puzzle protecting EuroVision. In other words, the data from the free protected the large, paid account.

That’s how the 65 billion pages served make sense.

But if you’re going to serve that many pages, you had better be very, very efficient. CloudFlare won’t reveal how many servers the company has, but Prince did say that the company has 14 data centers today, and that it is adding nine more over the next 30 days. And, he told VentureBeat, the company still has the vast majority of the $20 million in venture capital that it raised in 2011.

“Our cost to serve a million pages is about $7, and that includes hardware depreciation, salaries, bandwidth, and more,” Prince told VentureBeat. “That’s a metric we track very closely.”

$7 to deliver a million pages is almost unbelievably efficient, and Prince says that number is about 10 times more efficient, as far as CloudFlare can tell, than either Google or Facebook. He adds the caveat that they are doing some different things than CloudFlare, but it’s still an amazing statistic.

Perhaps Google and Facebook will soon be calling to deliver their pages through CloudFlare.

Original Source: https://venturebeat.com/2012/07/18/cloudflare-amazon-wikipedia-twitter/

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