Author: Dejan Murko


Organize your blogs with tags

Last updated on 2020/09/21

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by Dejan Murko

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We’ve received a lot of requests for blog organization in a way that doesn’t affect the Network and IP selection. There was a lot of confusion about the Network selection as a way to organize blogs when it’s only for IP selection.

Easy Blog Networks System Update #27

Last updated on 2020/09/15

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by Dejan Murko

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There hasn’t been a system update for a few months, so it’s time to catch up with everything we did in the past few months. Yoast plugin issue fixed We fixed an issue with Yoast plugin that created trouble with the theme customizer. The issue was found in our configuration and resolved. Improved SSL renewal.

WooCart Review – Managed WooCommerce Hosting for the new decade

Last updated on 2020/09/15

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by Dejan Murko

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Since mid-2018 a part of our company has been working on a new hosting project. This time, we decided to tackle a big problem – WooCommerce hosting. WooCommerce is an amazing platform for building eCommerce stores but it’s suffering from multiple issues. For one thing, it’s built on WordPress that was never intended for such.

What are Private Blog Networks (PBNs) and why you should use them in your business

Last updated on 2020/09/15

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by Dejan Murko

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A Private Blog Network (PBN) is a group of blogs on authoritative domains and hosted on different servers with different IPs. These blogs are created to simulate quality backlinks to the owner’s money site.

Host your PBN on Easy Blog Networks and simplify your business

Last updated on 2020/09/07

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by Dejan Murko

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Large agencies, small affiliates, and even known SEO gurus host their PBNs with EBN. We are by far the easiest and cost-effective solution for PBNs. Since we launched in late 2014, EBN has become the leading provider for PBN hosting with constant improvements to our service, regular increases in the number of IPs available, and […]

EBN now has one-click Enable HTTPS

Last updated on 2020/08/19

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by Dejan Murko

Let’s Encrypt is rapidly advancing secure website encryption with their free SSL. We also see more and more EBN users requesting the certificate, so we’ve decided to create a button that will enable it for you in one-click. You can find the button above the Report Problem. Once the blog has enabled HTTPS, it will show..

Restore Archive.org sites directly into EBN!

Last updated on 2020/08/19

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by Dejan Murko

One major annoyance for some EBN users has been the inability to easily restore sites from Archive.org into their EBN account. But with the help from people at Wayback Machine Downloader that has now been resolved! Wayback Machine Downloader offers easy restoration from Archive.org of any website into your EBN account. And they’re offering a..

Free Hide Footer Links Plugin

Last updated on 2020/08/19

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by Dejan Murko

Removing footer links is one of the most common reasons why users want to customize a theme. It’s also very annoying to only create a child theme only for this reason. That’s why we’ve built a plugin that can help you remove the footer directly from your WP dashboard on any theme. Note: the plugin does not..

Latest discoveries about deindexations and Search Engine crawling

Last updated on 2020/08/19

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by Dejan Murko

Every time a blog gets deindexed on EBN, we save all the information we have about it so we can analyze it later. We then do batch analysis to see if there are any patterns or footprints that we can report to the community. In the last few weeks, we found a few interesting things. We’re still discussing how..

Footprints: default server webpages

Last updated on 2020/08/19

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by Dejan Murko

In this series of blog posts, we’ve been looking at various ways in which servers present information which can be used by search engines to uniquely identify them. That is, they leave footprints, often very obvious ones. Here at EBN we take quite a few steps to make sure that the servers hosting our WordPress..