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Do We Recommend SiteGround? is recommended by many on different blogs and forums. It is also officially recommended by, Joomla and Drupal.  is recommended by  many  on different blogs and forums. It is also officially recommended by ,  Joomla  and  Drupal . SiteGround has amassed 800,000 domain names worldwide, with data centers across United States, Europe and even Asia. Not bad, considering they started out with only one employee back in 2004, making them one of the youngest behemoths in hosting today. That’s an impressive ascent, so they  must  be doing something right to achieve such heights faster than many of its predecessors. But what? Decent uptime? Fast loads? Good support? Extra premium features? In order to find out, we purchased a SiteGround “ Start Up Plan ” back in June 2015 and set up a default WordPress website (which  can be seen here ). The StartUp plan offers the most basic set of features and lacks their famous caching plugin – the  SuperCacher  that boost websites performance up to several times (available on GrowBig and GoGeek plans). Over a period of

Update: Maximum Allowed AdSense Ads On A Web Page – 2017 Policy

  Congrats ,  Google AdSense has lifted its ads limit per page policy! Publishers can now place unlimited AdSense ads on a web page provided that the total number of AdSense ads or third-party ads  must not exceed the visible content . On a blog post written by  SEJ , they have confirmed that Google has removed the ad limit policy: I spoke with a Google representative this afternoon  who confirmed  the ad limit has been removed. AdSense Has Removed "3 Ads Per Page Policy" If you check the AdSense policy page with the web archives  WayBack Machine , you can find that the old ad limit policy section which reads " Ad limit per page " has been replaced with " Valuable inventory " section on the updated  ad placement policies  page. Ad limit per page Currently, on each page AdSense publishers may place: Up to three  AdSense for content units Up to three  link units Up to two  search boxes Publishers  may not place more than one  "large" ad unit per pa

About malicious software

Malicious software tries to steal personal information and often spreads spam on Facebook through links or downloads. ​ caret How did malicious software get on my computer? Malicious software can be spread through links or downloads, so it's important to never click on a link, install software or follow instructions from sources you don't know. caret Why should I clean up malicious software? If you have malicious software, your account might display unusual behaviour, such as sending large amounts of messages, liking large amounts of Pages and sending friend requests to people you don't know personally. You might also notice slow processing speeds, computer crashes or suspicious browser extensions. caret How can I keep my account secure? Watch out for fake Pages and apps/games.  Be suspicious of Pages promoting offers that are too good to be true. Don't accept friend requests from people you don't know.  Sometimes, scammers will create fake accounts to send friend r


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Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 and its top five features

Qualcomm introduced Snapdragon 835, world's first 10 nm processor at CES 2017. At its Qualcomm Technology Day in Singapore, the company has showcased the key features of the Snapdragon 835 mobile platform, which is centered around five main pillars – battery life, immersion, capture, connectivity, and security. The highlight Snapdragon 835 is smaller and packs more efficient transistors when compared to Snapdragon and 821 processors. It integrates more features, is smaller in size and consumes less power to increase battery life in smartphones. Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 comes with support for dual-rear cameras on smartphones. Qualcomm Snapdragon is presently being used in Sony Xperia XZ Premium, Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+, Xiaomi Mi 6 and Sharp Aquos R, though more smartphones with this processor as expected to hit the market soon. The company is planning to ship 3 billion of these.  So what is really new in the Snapdragon 835 processor? We take a look: Design Qualcomm 835 features a 10-n