WordPress to Buffer Pro: Integrating with The Events Calendar

This video demonstrates how to use WordPress to Buffer Pro to automatically schedule and send social media status updates when creating and managing your Events, through The Events Calendar… source

How to Label Custom Elements – A11ycasts #24

Custom Elements are a very cool new set of technologies that let developers define their own HTML tags. But when we create new elements, we need to make sure they include all of the same usability… source

Google launches DeepMind backed text-to-speech service – News @ WebHosting.info

March 28, 2018 The launch seeks to provide developers with access to the text-to-natural speech technology used in Google Assistant, Maps and Search. Google have launched a Cloud ‘text-to-speech’service along with their AI subsidiary DeepMind. With this launch, Google aims Continue reading Google launches DeepMind backed text-to-speech service – News @ WebHosting.info

Google announces roll out of mobile-first indexing – News @ WebHosting.info

March 27, 2018 The move seeks to rectify issues for mobile searchers by using the mobile version of web pages. Google have announced that they are all set to roll out mobile-first indexing for its search index. By introducing mobile-first Continue reading Google announces roll out of mobile-first indexing – News @ WebHosting.info

Google launches new security tools for cloud – News @ WebHosting.info

The tools seek to provide Google’s cloud and GSuite customers transparency over security risks with the help of deep insights. Tech behemoth Google have launched two new security features namely- Cloud Security Command Center and VPC Service Controls for their Continue reading Google launches new security tools for cloud – News @ WebHosting.info

Rackspace Extends Managed Security to Google Cloud Platform

SAN ANTONIO – March 21, 2018 – Rackspace® announced today that Managed Security and Compliance Assistance for Google Cloud Platform (GCP) is now available for preview to new and existing customers that use Rackspace Managed Services for GCP. Companies using Continue reading Rackspace Extends Managed Security to Google Cloud Platform

Getting the most out of Google Analytics – Part III

If your business has anything to do with ecommerce, transactions, products or purchases, this one’s for you. Cart abandons are as the name suggests, a record of how many users / customers leave a website without making a purchase after Continue reading Getting the most out of Google Analytics – Part III

Connection to Google Cloud, Amazon Cloud… instead of typical IP-transit.

Originally Posted by checher Hello, Some data centers offer connection to Google Cloud, Amazon Cloud and other services in the quality of Channels. I don’t understand exactly how it works. What is the difference of such a connection from Continue reading Connection to Google Cloud, Amazon Cloud… instead of typical IP-transit.

A Beginners Tour of Google Analytics

Google Analytics has been a marketer’s best friend since its launch in 2005. This in-depth tool provides a wealth of information about a website’s performance. Marketers use this data to make informed decisions about their promotional strategies, website design and Continue reading A Beginners Tour of Google Analytics

Getting the most out of Google Analytics – Part II

Have you ever clicked a button on a website and seen a really long, confusing link open up in the tab? These long, confusing links are actually essential for tracking a potential lead or a customer. They’re a great tool Continue reading Getting the most out of Google Analytics – Part II