Lately I’ve been finding more and more people lifting images directly from my blog and using them on their own websites (a practice known as hotlinking). Not only is this stealing, but each time someone visits the page that hotlinks my image(s), it drains the bandwidth I’m paying my web host for.
→ Continue reading How to deter image and bandwidth theft
A wry smile spread across my face today, and I gave a little chuckle.
I’ve come to realise that I need to hire a full-time SEO expert to keep me on the straight and narrow.
Yep, once again my Google search rankings are down the pan.
→ Continue reading My rollercoaster relationship with Google
Three days ago, I reported on a GMail security flaw resulting in the theft of my domain name.
Today, I am delighted, humbled and relieved, to announce that davidairey.com is now back in my possession. Read on for more details.
→ Continue reading Collective effort restores David Airey.com
As many of you know, I left for vacation last month. In hindsight, I should’ve kept this information private.
On the day I left, a hacker logged into my webhost support site and asked for the details to transfer the www.davidairey.com domain.
→ Continue reading David Airey.com hacked