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One of the major concerns of website owners, both big and small, is data security. There could be valuable information stored on the server whose possible leakages could bring the entire company on its knees. Most traditional web hosting is vulnerable to DDoS attacks, malware and other malicious cyberattack attempts. On the other hand, Cloud Hosting is considered as one of the safest alternatives to guard against a security breach. Also, the added advantage of…

New month, new updates. We started Quarter Two with a couple of exciting updates – our Mobile App which launched in 2019 on Android, has now made its way to the Apple Store as well. All you iOS folks, get downloading. The app allows you to add funds, buy domains, manage customer billing and more all from your phone! Secondly, our WebPro Panel which officially launched in 2019 too, is also getting a facelift. We’ve…

Muriel Rukeyser was right when she said – “The universe is made of stories, not of atoms”. In our day-to-day lives, we consume a steady stream of stories – be it while reading a book, listening to a colleague explain a business concept, or even while watching an advertisement. There’s a reason why humankind chose to use stories and illustrations to pass on knowledge; even during times before language made its debut. But why build…

Development is a crucial part of any online business and choosing the right development stack goes a long way. For a long time, developers have been using the LAMP stack. However, with the advancement of technology and shift in the approach of dealing with web applications, web developers are gradually shifted towards the MEAN stack. In this article, we will understand what a stack is, the basic difference between LAMP and MEAN stack and figure…

In this blog on the ‘MongoDB vs MySQL comparison’, I’ll break down database jargon to explain the difference between the newer system and the legacy that is MySQL. While a lot of the terms associated with this topic might be familiar to many web professionals out there, I’m laying it all out to help those who could do without the techspeak. So let’s get started! MySQL and MongoDB are ‘database management systems’. To really understand…

If you’re a developer/blogger who is tech-savvy and just plain adventurous, you might feel confident enough to host a domain/website on your own. That’s right, in your basement (if you live in a part of the world where most people have one) or maybe just in your own bedroom. If you think a hosting company like us wouldn’t even want to broach the topic with you–you’re mistaken! We are as geeky as some of you are and…

Before starting off with how to install WordPress locally, let us begin with what it means to install something locally. A local installation means to perform a software installation on your local computer. As simple as that. Every time an installer program is opened, you need to select its destination. On opening it, you will be given a choice of saving it either in the hard disk or the directory. Now, if you choose to…

Early this year, we kickstarted our Ctrl+F5 series for 2017 in Chennai with speakers from Google, FoxyMoron and several other thought leaders in the digital world. As promised, we delivered power-packed speaker sessions to a generous crowd so far. Gauging by the unprecedented response we received from our attendees, we would love to extend our tour. Unfortunately, Ctrl+F5 Ahmedabad is our last stop for the year. We at ResellerClub undoubtedly want to make this summit…

Multi-channel marketing, also known as cross-channel marketing, is making use of multiple channels to market a business to customers. It is essentially hedging your bets on as many media as you can to market to as wide of an audience as possible, and it also makes it easier for customers to reach you by having other ways for them to do so. One of those media is most likely your website, whether it is in…

We’ve all seen the little pop-up with a one line message and ‘Allow’ and ‘Block’ options when we open an address on the browser – either on our desktops or on our mobile phones. These are called ‘push notifications’. In this article, we will talk about the history of push notifications, their effectiveness & how they work. Please note, in this article, we will only cover web push notifications (on desktops & mobile browsers). We…