22 January 2009
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Properly Backing Up Your vBulletin Database

This is our first article in a series that will outline how to properly backup your entire site and use it to setup a test environment on your current hosting account. When you install vBulletin, one of its core components is the MySQL database. This database holds all the information for your entire site including [...]


1 January 2009
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Difference Between SEO Software and Our SEO Service

Many forum owners have been contacting us lately with a common question. Whats the difference between your SEO Service and the SEO Software available for vBulletin? The difference is actually huge. Our SEO service is for any website, it doesn’t have to be vBulletin powered, or any type of software in particular, it can be [...]


28 November 2008
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Use vBulletin Notification System To Increase Activity

Latter vBulletin versions 3.6 and beyond come with a new built in feature called the notification system that is awesome for sparking up some conversation or getting new members helped around the site. Whenever someone decides to join a forum, its usually because they have something to share, or are looking to get information from [...]


27 November 2008
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vBulletin Guest Redirection Professional! Increase Registration

The first ever professional version of vBulletin guest redirection professional is now available. SEOvB Guest Redirection Professional System will boost your registration rates by a tremendous amount, and increase your membership conversions! The system is completely controlled via the adminCP that is easy to turn certain redirects on or off, add your own custom message, [...]


25 November 2008
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Using Heading Tags To Increase On Page Optimization

Making use of <h2> through <h6> tags on your page will build a solid page structure and inform the spiders of the most important content sections, followed by sections which may not be so important. When a crawler comes across content in the <h2> tags it naturally thinks to itself, that whatever is between those [...]


25 November 2008
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5 Free vBulletin SEO Tips To Increase Your Page Rankings

Every vBulletin forum that is freshly installed has almost no search engine optimization work done to it. To remedy this and increase your rankings we’re giving you 5 of our best vBulletin search engine optimization tips away for free. We’re also including these tips with all new vBulletin installations that are ordered for a limited [...]


14 May 2008
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Do I want to use forum or forums for my vBulletin URL?

Its completely personal preference to place your forums in either a forum or forums folder of your site, or some people may even use a sub-domain to house their forums. Even depending on your domain name, you may not even require the folder, as your site is only a forum which sometimes work, and sometimes [...]


13 March 2008
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vBulletin Approved and vBulletin Safe Hosting

Hosting a vBulletin forum can be a challenging experience. Finding the right vBulletin safe and approved hosting can prove to be an even bigger challenge but luckily you have our expertise to guide you along the way. We’ve used a wide array of vBulletin hosting in the past, and working on clients site’s we’ve been [...]


11 March 2008
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Optimize vBulletin Before You Hit Max Load Not After

vBulletin is a semi-resource intensive web application. It uses MySQL, PHP and of course Apache (or other httpd server) technology to dynamically serve up pages and allow for user input. After vBulletin has been installed, especially if you are on shared hosting you’ll need to optimize some settings and configuration files to get the most [...]


10 February 2008
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Enhance Your vBulletin Title Tags For Optimum Rankings.

Creating Unique, accurate page titles tells both users and search engine spiders what the particular page is about. The <title> tag should always be placed within the <head> section of web pages. vBulletin by default always has a format that dilutes your page title tags, thus making them less efficent for not only users but [...]