Author: Dejan Murko


EBN now has one-click Enable HTTPS

Posted on 14/06/2018

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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 […]

New Enterprise plans for easier upgrades

Posted on 17/05/2018

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by Dejan Murko

The more history of security and safety EBN has, the more Agency customers are joining our service. That’s why we decided to make it easier to upgrade between larger plans. In the past, there were big jumps between plans and the higher you moved, the more blogs you needed to add in bulk. The biggest […]

Restore Archive.org sites directly into EBN!

Posted on 18/01/2018

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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 […]

Results Of Our Customer Satisfaction Survey Are In

Posted on 12/04/2017

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by Dejan Murko

As you probably noticed in the last week, we’ve been gathering ratings and feedback on the app. The survey is called NPS® Questionnaire (Net Promoter Score, an internationally and independent developed evaluation system that measures customers satisfaction and loyalty) and will become a regular thing for us so we can gauge your happiness over the months and […]

Free Hide Footer Links Plugin

Posted on 20/03/2017

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by Dejan Murko

LAST UPDATE: March 2019 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: […]

Latest discoveries about deindexations and Search Engine crawling

Posted on 03/08/2016

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by Dejan Murko

LAST UPDATE: March 2019 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. […]

Advanced Footprints Series: default server webpages

Posted on 26/04/2016

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by Dejan Murko

LAST UPDATE: March 2019 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 […]

Easy Blog Networks now supports HTTPS on blogs

Posted on 14/04/2016

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by Dejan Murko

What an exciting week! After Blog Health, we just published another amazing new feature – HTTPS support. With the big push toward secure connections everywhere, HTTPS is becoming more and more important and Google started using it as one of their ranking algorithms almost two years ago. Besides that, WordPress.com now automatically adds HTTPS to all their blogs and […]

Free Passive Indexation Check Plugin

Posted on 15/02/2016

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by Dejan Murko

Indexation is one of the most important metrics for any SEO. The usual process to check if a website is still indexed is to run a ‘site:domain.com’ search. However, once you have more than 10 websites and you want to do automatic checks, proxies and software come into play. And besides being annoying, do you really […]

6 Footprints and 10 Issues That Can Get Your Blog Deindexed

Posted on 07/09/2015

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by Dejan Murko

LAST UPDATE: March 2019 Since the large majority of daily deindexations we see on our platform would be easily avoided by following basic rules for PBNs, we’re thinking it’s a good time to refresh that knowledge. I categorized everything into two sections – footprints and issues. Footprints are something that can get your blogs deindexed immediately. Issues are […]