HostAnySite Web Application 5.00

HostAnySite, Free asp.net forum Script, is a fully customizable Blog script too. A solution with comprehensive features that is easy to use for new Users, yet powerful enough for the most demanding forum application.
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How to install HostAnySite

Installing the script is very easy.. Its just need to copy the source code to root directory of website, and its done..Please note to complete the installation your website must be asp net 4.0 integrated pipeline enabled and it has write permission.

WHY BUILDING A BLOGGING COMMUNITY IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN ANYTHING ELSE

When you start out blogging you’re going to hear a lot of different things on what you should be concentrating on first.You should focus on SEO, keywords, search engine marketing, building back links, or having a great commenting system. Those things are great and will have to be taken care of in time but when starting out blogging or even trying to expand on your blog your focus should be building and creating a community around your blog.You can have about 1000 incoming links that rank you high on Alexa but if no one is ever reading or interacting with your blog it means nothing. I started out blogging in 2009 and when I first started out I thought that if my entire focus was not on SEO that my blog would die and no one would ever find me. Well, as you would probably assume my entire focus was on SEO and I got a lot of back links and I ranked high for great keywords but I started to realize that no one was commenting on blog posts and my bounce rate was entirely too high.One day I wa

Writing a Good Blog

Blogs, or Web logs, are online journals that are updated frequently, sometimes even daily. An update, (also called an entry or a post) is usually quite short, perhaps just a few sentences, and readers can often respond to an entry online. People who write blogs are commonly called bloggers. Bloggers, tongue in cheek, call themselves and their blogs the blogosphere.Blogs are a great way to keep everyone in a family abreast of the latest family news without running up the phone bill — you can simply read back over important updates to find out the latest news. In addition, many blogs are being used to host photographs, and their chronological structure can be a great way to keep track of a baby's growth, a trip, or the process of planning a wedding.Professional writers often look down on bloggers, because their informal online writing rarely benefits from a good editor. Blogs are known for their casual writing and unpredictable subject material, but the best blogs have proven that — rega
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