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Telegraph.co.uk

New pound coin: Royal Mint feels the pressure as website overloaded with traffic
Telegraph.co.uk
The Royal Mint has been overloaded with eager visitors to its website who want to find out about the new pound coin. The 12-sided coin enters circulation today so many people are trying to find out how to get hold of it. Visitors to the website have ...

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Hollywood Reporter

Prince George School Announcement Leads to Website Traffic Outage
Hollywood Reporter
"The Thomas' website is receving a very high volume of traffic," read a message on the London prep school's website after it was announced that Prince George will attend in the fall. Kensington Palace says Prince George will attend the Thomas's ...
Welcome | Thomas's London Day SchoolsThomas's London Day Schools
Prince George to attend private day school where best friends are 'banned'Telegraph.co.uk

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FAs Should Look More Closely at Their Website Traffic
Financial Advisor IQ (registration)
Google Analytics is one of several website traffic analysis tools that can help advice practices better understand how visitors to their site interact with it and what works and what doesn't, according to Waymire, founder of the RIA-focused marketing ...



PR News - For Smart Communicators (subscription) (blog)

4 Ways to Use Facebook Live to Drive Website Traffic
PR News - For Smart Communicators (subscription) (blog)
With more than 1.7 billion monthly active users, Facebook already gives marketers better reach and audience insight than any other platform on the web. Now, with Facebook Live, marketers can get face-to-face with their audience in real-time. It's a new ...



Rackspace helps DFS handle huge website traffic increases with managed cloud setup
www.v3.co.uk
Furniture giant DFS handled an average 34 per cent increase in online sales on its busiest days over the past six months by moving it core ecommerce operation to a managed cloud environment. The firm called on Rackspace to help provide a 'peak ...



Ars Technica UK

Your internet history on sale to highest bidder: US Congress votes to shred ISP privacy rules
The Register
In short, it is not worth the cost of searching through your (and millions of others') web traffic to find information that they can sell. What they make from that will not cover the costs of searching. But that may change with this Congressional vote ...
Your browsing history may be up for sale soon. Here's what you need to knowThe Guardian
Outrage Defends Internet Privacy After Rule RepealBloombergQuint
Six Reasons FCC Rules Aren't Needed to Protect PrivacyCompetitive Enterprise Institute (blog)
Ars Technica UK
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Upstate Business Journal

Buzzword Kill: Why industry jargon might be hurting your website traffic
Upstate Business Journal
If your website does not contain content that clearly speaks to your customers, they will leave. When this happens, it can be particularly harmful to how search engines view your website. When a customer finds a webpage through an online search, visits ...



Online ABCs: Free Sun more than doubles website traffic as partial paywall sees Telegraph fall
Press Gazette
The Sun continues to expand its online audience after scrapping its paywall while the Telegraph has seen decline under its paid-for “premium content” model, new ABC figures show. The Sun has more than doubled the number of unique browsers to its ...



The Atlantic

Encryption Won't Stop Your Internet Provider From Spying on You
The Atlantic
It's certainly true that encryption is on the rise online. Data from Mozilla, the company behind the popular Firefox browser, shows that more than half of web pages use HTTPS, the standard way of encrypting web traffic. When sites like The Atlantic use ...



Visual Capitalist (blog)

Infographic: The 100 Websites That Rule the Internet - Visual Capitalist
Visual Capitalist (blog)
These are the 100 biggest websites in the United States, broken down by type as well as the parent company that owns them.

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