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While WordPress makes it easy to create an amazing blog or website, our world-class Web hosting makes it just as easy to get the most out of your site. WordPress Hosting from Centerzero Domains keeps your site running smoothly, even when your latest post goes viral, by automatically spreading traffic spikes across multiple servers.
Plus, our advanced performance and security means your site is lightning-fast and your visitors are safe. See all available plans here.

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Install WordPress to your hosting account with just one click and it’s ready to go in less than 30 minutes.
Write, publish, and manage your blog or website without knowing HTML (no coding involved). WordPress is as easy and straightforward as a text editor.
Choose from countless templates, themes, and plug-ins, all ready-made for WordPress and easy to install. Keep it fresh:
Get your visitors involved with ratings, polls, contact forms, or hundreds of other cool features.
Post links to your blog using Facebook®, Twitter®, LinkedIn®, and other social networking sites, without logging onto each service every time. You’re in control:
Update your site from any Internet-connected desktop, laptop, or tablet computer. You can even make changes from your smartphone with the WordPress app.
Give guest authors or editors permission to add to your blog, without compromising your login information.
Decide who can comment on your website and what they can — or can’t — comment on.We’ve got your back:
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Build A Hot Blog And Attract More Traffic.

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Build a Blog and Atract More Traffic
Build a Blog and Atract More Traffic

Blogging lets you post your thoughts and photos on the ‘Net and interact with your web site’s visitors. Whether you’re writing your own personal journal or looking to influence audiences, WordPress® is the must-have blogging tool for you.

Publish your thoughts, opinions, comments, and videos in your own blog, podcast-or both-anytime, day or night! Supports multiple authors and multiple blogs or podcasts.

Generate and publish RSS feeds for iTunes® and other directories.

Post photos, images, animations or videos-create a truly personal blog site.

Get feedback and have conversations with visitors to your site.

Personalize your Blog with your own unique domain name-or integrate it with your existing site by setting it up as a subdomain.

Blogging can be very powerful for businesses. A good blog builds credibility, attracts more visitors, helps your SEO and presence in social media, and much more.

Here’s why you should seriously consider blogging on your company’s website regularly.

  1. A blog shows visitors that you know your stuff
  2. A blog helps you get more traffic to your website
  3. Blog = SEO, baby 
  4. Blog posts are link bait (and links really matter for SEO)
  5. An active blog is food for social media
  6. Behold the CTR power of Google Authorship 
  7. You really own your blog content
  8. Getting and keeping people on your site probably helps your business 
  9. Blog posts have a longer shelf life
  10. Help with customer support
  11. Cred for author
  12. Blog comments are gold
  13. Blogging shows you’re still in business – and rocking it

Domain Names And Social Networks.

The role of Domain Names in a Social Networks World


Doman Names and Social Networks
Doman Names and Social Networks

Do you have a strong presence in Social Networks but still don’t have your own Domain Name and an Active Website?

Do you think you don’t need to register a Domain Name and build your own webpage anymore?

You may be wrong. Domain Names are still kings of the internet search results.

You have a strong presence in Social Networks. You tweet, post in your wall, you digg, post in your Blog, you Stumble, Tumble, microblog, upload a Tube Video, you share photos, you comment on others stuff. You have followers, people in your circles, you have friends, contacts, interests, suscriptors to your Social Networks submissions etc. You have spent a lot of time and effort building your profiles and growing your personal network of contacts. You are doing this just for pure fun, to stay in touch or to conduct any kind of business.

Now: How can you tell the social world that all these profiles belong to you? How do you keep your network growing? And more important: How can you tell search engines that all these profiles belong to you?

If you don’t have one domain name and an active Website up and
running, you are missing a unique chance to let search engines discover that all what you have built in your social network activities belong to you.

When you perform searches in any of the most popular search engines, the results you get are basically domain names, and if you are
just relying in your posts in Social Networks to show up in those searches, you may end up just not showing up on top of the search results. the first search results to show up are the Domain Names belonging to the Social Networks because just one little piece of that domain name has a pointer to you contents, which may be similar to other users posts on the same network who have more followers or links than you. So, at the end of the day, the domain name that has the name of the social network where you built your contents gets all the credit, and more importantly all the traffic value. It means that for the
“intelligence” of the search engines your contents have less value than the overall contents of the domain name that owns the social network. The consecuence is that in specific searches of certain keywords performed in search engines, your inputs will probably never show up in the front page, because your stuff will compete with millions of internauts that posted similar stuff on the same social network.

When you register a Domain Name and build your own Webpage you get a unique chance to tell the search engines that, on top of all the social profiles that you have built, you have a unique I.P. Address on the Internet that is related to you, and it is possible because, no matter which language or tool you used to build your Website, you end up telling the search engines who you are, which are the most important contents that you have built and the search keywords that will make you show up as a search result, and your website ends up getting all the traffic credits for internauts visit your Page. And this is possible because when you build you own and personal Web Page you will generate a code to the internet called Meta Language that provides all this information to search engines as follows:

<TITLE>John Smith Profile</TITLE>
<META name=”description” content=”John Smith Profile Page: Facebook Profile, Twitter Profile, Google+ Profile.”>
<META name= “keywords” content=”John Smith, John Smith Profiles, Facebook Profile, Twitter Profile, Google+ Profile”>

Here you will build your unique contents using Internet programming
languages such as HTML or a Website Builder tool. You will also place
links to your social network profiles keeping a track record of your latest posts. Basically, all the contents that you generate should be originated from your website and then posted in your Social Networks profiles (i.e. if you are a Blogger, you should first post on your Website and then post a link to you page contents in your Social
Network profiles. You can also encourage your followers and friends to link to your Website placing an invitation to link your webpage in your Social Profile. As you get more links to your website, your chances to show up on top of search results increase.

First things First About Domain names Registration:
You should start by searching a Domain Name that relates to the contents of your page. For example for the above case, you should register a Domain Name such as: or, provided the .com domain extension is available for this name (this is funny, as of today these domain names where available and ready to register.

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Organic Traffic to your Website
Organic Traffic to your Website

Now, you’ve registered your Domain Name and you are ready to build your Website.

Although you are not an experienced Web Designer, and you have decided to start building it using a Website Builder, you have to make sure that you are in control of all of variables listed on this post in order to get a reasonable amount of traffic.

First of all, what is a reasonable amount of Internet traffic? Well, it depends on what you are trying to accomplish. For example if you are trying to build an Online Store to sell, you should be able to get at least over ten thousand visits per day. Specially if you are planning to invest money advertising your Website on the Search Engines. If you are going to “bet” money in “Pay Per Click” keywords to drive traffic to your site, you can run out of cash for advertising very soon and your keyword planning for online advertising will not be quite effective. Depending on the business that your intend to drive with your online store, an optimistic conversion ratio of your advertising campaign can be as low as 5% (five percent). For example if you spend 100 dollars a day in Pay Per Click advertising programs, and you drive a high quality Online Store you should expect no more than five new transactions a day. If the total Gross Margin of these five transactions is less than 100 dollars then you are loosing money with your PPC Campaign (or taking this loss as an investment to get a Customer base for repeat sales and renewals). So building a serious advertising campaign based on a Pay per Click strategy means that you have plans to invest thousands of dollars per month before you start making some profit. Have you considered this advertising budget for, let´s say, a minimum period of six months? How much? $30,000/$60.000 to build a customer base of one thousand “first purchase” customers in six months assuming you will not recover this investment from your profits?

So this is why it is so important you build a Website that can be able to bring traffic from organic searches before you start opening your wallet. If you make a little “brain investment” and you can drive at least five thousand daily visits to your Site coming from organic searches then you can start to plan on PPC advertising to increase your business.

Once again, you are not a Web Designer but have decided (and you can) to build your own Webpage by using a Website Builder tool. The tool will help you get a professional “look and feel” but you must make sure you can comply with the following basic rules when building your Website:

1.-  Avoid using the domain name that you are using to run your Website as part of the Title Tag. This can be considered as an attempt of keyword spamming by search engines.

2.- Make your Title Tag shorter than 70 characters, including spaces.

3.-  The Meta Description Tag of your Website should be between 50 and 150 characters. If it is longer will not display properly by search engines. Additionally avoid using a “spammy” description by repeating words more than two times in your description (for example: “Domains Hot Deals for Hot Deals Domains now offering Domain Deals” is a spam and looks unprofessional).

4.-  The Keywords Meta Tag should contain less than ten keywords separated by commas (you can use combined keywords such as “Domain deals” as one single keyword). You should avoid repeating one specific keyword more than two times, for example you can use plural and singular for a specific keyword (for example: “domain deals, cheap domain, etc.”). Apparently search engines are not giving too much weight to the Keywords Meta Tag when considering your website ranking on organic searches, but you should avoid using repeated keywords.

5.- All the images that you are using in your Website should have the “height” and  “width” attributes and a description in the “alt” attribute. Try to compress your images as much as you can without impacting your images definition (there are a lot of free tools that you can use). Consider that your Website size should not be bigger than 100K if you want your page to be displayed within two seconds. If your Webpage is too “heavy” and takes more than two seconds to get fully loaded a first time, your visitors will leave before looking into it and Search Engines might penalize your Site in organic search for being too slow. Search on the Web and find ways to reduce your Page load time by using CSS stylesheets for all those character sets that you use and learn how to reduce the images load time for your “second time” visitors using  cache expiration attributes (Expires headers) for your images.

6.- Your Web Page should have just one H1 heading. Using multiple H1 headings is okay if that is a logical way to organize the page, but they should be used sparingly. That’s because search engines can view multiple H1 headings as an attempt to signal that all the content on a page is equally important, a tactic that’s seen as an attempt to game with the search engine algorithms. Your H1 heading should be shorter than 150 characters.

7.- If your Website content is too large, split your website into several pages indexed from your home website. Remember a single page should not be larger than 100K.

8.- If you plan to add information to your Website on a daily or weekly basis, consider opening a blog on your same domain extension (example “”). The use of a blog will increase your organic searches as you blog entries start to get mapped by Search engines and additionally if you get and publish proper comments (non spammy comments) to your blog posts, Search engines will start considering your posts as relevant information and you will get more indexed pages.

9.- Don´t forget to use an htaccess file in your hosting account to redirect your naked domain to a “www” preffix. Search engines might consider traffic going to non www domains and www domains as separate sources of traffic and underestimate your total consolidated traffic.

10.- Last, but not least, you can do nothing against the fact that your domain name registration is brand new. Search engines might consider similar content published in older domain names as more relevant as compared to a domain name registered less than a year ago. Hence you should avoid registering a new domain name just for one year. If you are going to invest in a domain name to build an Online Store, you should register it for 5 years or more. It is yet to be proved that search engines will detect or qualify it with higher ranks, but any of your customers and prospects can always go and check in the Whois database your domain name and its expiration date. Nobody would buy from an Online Store whose domain name was registered for just one year.