Get Serious About Email Protection With Aryanict.com Spam Filter
Email protection is a hot topic among enterprises lately; once 120 million malicious emails targeted businesses last year.
The independent IT security institute AV-TEST registers over 350,000 new malicious programs and potentially unwanted applications every day. Yes, every day there’s 350,000 new ways hackers are trying to infect computers. There’s already been more this year than any year in history.
Aryanict.com Email Filter will remove spam from your mail in our cloud first, ensuring only clean mail goes to and from your mail accounts.
Mail is processed in one of our 100s of cloud servers across the US and Europe. The service is GDPR compliant and you can make it so that our service is only used on US or EU servers.
Inbound Filter – Spam is filtered before it reaches your network! The service is easy to set up. Simply change your MX records, which we can help with if necessary. There is no need to host your email service elsewhere; you can continue to manage your email in cPanel, Plesk, or your local mail server just as you do now. Incoming mail filtering can be purchased separately, and is only $14.99 per domain per month.
Outbound Filter – Protect your reputation! Aryanict.com outbound email filtering service allows you to filter mail that your users send from your local mail server. If one of your domain’s mail accounts becomes compromised, we’ll filter the spam, ensuring only clean mail leaves your network. Outgoing mail filtering can be purchased separately, and is only $14.99 per domain per month.
Email Archiving – Say goodbye to lost email! Aryanict.com email archive service saves a copy of all incoming and/or outgoing mail for an extended period of time. Best of all, you can even use our service to send mail if/when your mail server is down. No more lost email! Email archiving can be purchased separately, and costs $29.99 per month for up to 10 GB of stored mail. Of course, if you need more storage space, we can work out a deal.
While most email protection services charge you for every mail account that gets filtered, our service covers ALL your email accounts on your domain.
COVID-19 | Our continuity plan
First and foremost, we hope that you and your loved ones are doing well.
In the face of the current unprecedented public health crisis, we wanted to let you know that our entire team is hard at work to ensure the continuity of our services.
As our team works remotely from the relative safety of their own homes, our operations remain unchanged, allowing us to guarantee the continued operation of our services and our usual quality of service, 24/7.
Our infrastructure is remotely monitored in real time by our operation team. We have already taken all necessary measures in case direct human intervention is required.
Please know that you can check the status of our services at any time via our status page:
For all support requests, our Customer care team is ready and available.
During this unprecedented time, please rest assured that we are all involved in make sure our services continue to operate as normal.
Our thoughts are on our customers and on everyone impacted by the current circumstances.
Please be responsible and take care of your loved ones.
— The Team
Everyone wants to be online these days. If you aren’t, chances are you will be forgotten. Unless you’re in a niche that word of mouth can solely keep you afloat, it’s time to think about getting your site up. This article will hopefully help you through the clutter of setting up a website and help you focus in on what you really need to claim your spot online.
Starting your website tip 1:
When choosing your domain it’s best to select one that is short and to the point. If you own a bakery for example, by this point www.bakery.com is spoken for. However if you last name is Smith or your bakery has an individual name like Blue Hill Bakery, you can try Smithbakery.com or Bluehillbakery.com. Most hosting companies have a tool to help you figure out if the domain you want is already taken, but my favorite is www.instantdomainsearch.com. It’s simple and gives you suggestions on available .net .org etc. variations on your domain search. The shorter the domain the better, not only with this help with people remembering your domain, but it can’t hurt your organic page rank either. Also, make sure that your provider offers unlimited subdomains. Most do without question, but double check before buying, otherwise you could spend a lot more then you should for a site with only a few pages.
Starting your website tip 2:
Usually when you purchase a domain with a provider, chances are you’ll use their hosting services too. You can aim your site from a domain host to a site provider, but if you’re just starting out it may be wiser to host the site and domain with the same company. Depending on the function of the site, be it a blog, corporate, or retail site, you’ll need to decide your storage space and bandwidth allotments. If your site is going to have multimedia you may want to bump up these selections. I’ve found that it’s much easier to back down your package after a test month then it is to have your site crash or be billed for the overages. Once you have an idea of what the site is going to be, within your accounts Control Panel, or cpanel, there should be many options offered by your provider to help you install the needed Content Management Programs on your hosting server. Little tip, I’ve found that WordPress is the most efficient when it comes to blogging, but Joomla is the best I’ve found when setting up a retail site. Both are very easy to dive into and are very robust, but Joomla seems to have better options when it comes to shopping carts.
Starting your website tip 3:
Traffic and tracking are the bread and butter of the internet. Being able to drive customers and track what brought them there is the name of the game. There are many options when it comes to these topics, but I’ll give you what I’ve found to be the best options to start you out.
When it comes to analytics, Google is a staple. You can sign up for a Google Analytics account for free, and they will walk you through the set up process. Be sure to have access to the HTML code on your site because you’re going to have to place some Google code to allow the analytics to gather information. There are other options out there, many of them, but Google does an excellent job of tracking all information and seems to be the default in the industry.
Now, the age old question of “how do I get traffic”? I won’t go into too much detail hear because to be honest there is just too much to write about, but I will clue you in on the basics depending on your end goal. If you own a retail site and you’re pushing a product, your best bet out of the gate is to buy targeted traffic for your site. Be very careful, you really do pay for what you get. You can buy very cheap traffic and never have a sale, or you can overpay for targeted traffic that converts. If you have the budget, stick to targeted, if not, try a mix, but all cheap is definitely not the way to go. If you’re a blogger looking to drive traffic organically, well there are volumes written on this topic. What I suggest in the beginning stages is to make sure your topics are relevant and articles filled with great keywords. But more importantly starting out are links. Once you get some content, go out and find similar sites to yours and try to do a link share with them. The more links back to your site, the better your ranking will become.
I could go on for days about tip 3 but I’ll save those for later articles. I hope this gives you a good idea of what to look for when starting a new site. Be sure to ask questions. Most providers have large staffs waiting to help customers. If you find a good rep ask for their name and see if you can reach them directly if you get stuck. It’s a learning process, use all you can to help teach yourself. Once you get it down, you’ll look back a realize it really wasn’t that big of a deal to carve out your spot on the net.
Getting a high rank on search engines through user keyword searches can be difficult, but with proper focus on writing your blog posts for search engine optimization (SEO), you can boost your rank for specific keyword searches and your blog’s traffic. Follow these tips to get the biggest results.
1. Check the Popularity of Keywords
In order to obtain traffic from keyword searches on the major search engines like Google and Yahoo!, you need to be writing about a topic that people want to read about and are actively looking for information about. One of the easiest ways to get a basic idea of what people are looking for online is to check the popularity of keyword searches on websites like Wordtracker, Google AdWords, Google Trends or the Yahoo! Buzz Index. Each of these sites provides a snapshot of keyword popularity at any given time.
2. Select Specific and Relevant Keywords
A good rule to go by is to select one keyword phrase per page then optimize that page to that keyword phrase. Keywords should be relevant to the overall content of your page. Furthermore, choose specific keywords that are more likely to give you a better search results ranking than a broad term would. For example, consider how many sites use the keyword phrase of “punk music.” The competition for ranking using that keyword is likely to be tough. If you choose a more specific keyword like “Green Day concert,” the competition is a lot easier.
3. Select a Keyword Phrase of 2 or 3 Words
Statistics show that nearly 60% of keyword searches include 2 or 3 keywords. With that in mind, try to optimize your pages for searches on keyword phrases of 2 or 3 words to drive the biggest results.
4. Use Your Keyword Phrase in Your Title
Once you select the keyword phrase you plan to optimize your page for, make sure you use that phrase in the title of your blog post (or page).
5. Use Your Keyword Phrase in Your Subtitle and Headlines
Breaking blog posts up using subtitles and section headlines not only makes them more visually appealing on a text heavy computer screen, but it also gives you additional opportunities to use your keyword phrase.
6. Use Your Keyword Phrase in the Body of Your Content
It’s important that you use your keyword phrase in the body of your blog post. A good goal to try to achieve is to use your keyword phrase at least twice in the first paragraph of your post and as many times as you can (without keyword stuffing – see #10 below) within the first 200 (alternatively, the first 1,000) words of your post.
7. Use Your Keyword Phrase in and Around Your Links
Search engines count links higher than plain text in their search algorithms, so try to create links that use your keyword phrase. Avoid using links that simply say, “click here” or “more information” as these links will do nothing to help you with your search engine optimization. Leverage the power of links in SEO by including your keyword phrase in them whenever possible. The text surrounding links is typically weighted more heavily by search engines than other text on your page as well. If you can’t include your keyword phrase in your link text, try to include it around your link text.
8. Use Your Keyword Phrase in Images
Many bloggers see a large amount of traffic sent to their blogs from image searches on search engines. Make the images you use in your blog work for you in terms of SEO. Make sure your image filenames and captions include your keyword phrase.
9. Avoid Block Quotes
There are differing opinions on this issue with one group of people saying that Google and other search engines ignore the text included in the HTML block quote tag when crawling a web page. Therefore, the text within the block quote tag won’t be included in terms of SEO. Until a more definitive answer can be determined to this issue, it’s a good idea to keep it in mind and use the block quote tag cautiously.
10. Don’t Keyword Stuff
Search engines penalize sites that stuff pages full of keywords simply to increase their rankings through keyword searches. Some sites are even banned from inclusion in search engine results because of keyword stuffing. Keyword stuffing is considered a form of spamming, and search engines have zero tolerance for it. Keep this in mind as you optimize your blog posts for search engines using your specific keyword phrase.
Domain transfer is used for already registered domains by some other registrar and now you want us to renew by transferring that domain to us and making us its new registrar.
There is no separate fee for transfer you just have to pay one year of renewal cost and after transfer your new expiry date will be one year additional from your previous expiry date.
For example if your domain is expiring on 10th December 2010 and you request for transfer on 1st August 2010, you will be charged for one year renewal which includes transfer and after transfer is completed your new expiry date will be 10th December 2011.
(there is a 60 days transfer hold period, which means you cannot transfer your domain for first 2 months from the date of registration)
WordPress powers approximately 50% of all the websites online around the world. This means that it is a very attractive platform for hackers to try and compromise as it gives them the ability to take down many websites in just one go.
We’ve prepared this guide to help you understand the risks and threats as well as explaining how you can defend against them.
Choose a custom username and strong password
The default WordPress login is “admin” and all WordPress hackers know this. Usernames can only be changed using phpMyAdmin after WordPress is installed so it is important to choose an un-common username when installing WordPress.
Assuming you are using Softaculous for installing WordPress, you may specify the username on the installation setup screen.
Good strong passwords are equally important for basic security of your WordPress. Choose a selection of letters and numbers not based on a dictionary word. Worried about how you might remember it? We suggest using RoboForm or LastPass tools in order to securely store all your passwords.
Do not use the same username and password as your hosting account or any other installed web application.
Perform updates on a constant basis
Update your WordPress installation regularly. We suggest that you check for updates at least once a week as WordPress developers frequently release new updates/patches to secure any security holes that hackers have exposed.
You can update WordPress from the admin area or you can update WordPress directly from within Softaculous.
Back up regularly
Back up your WordPress blog regularly. This means that if you are faced with a hacking attack, you can quickly and easily roll back at any time. At AryanIct, we have two backup options available for you.