Contrary to popular belief not everything has a price tag. They say some of the best things in life are for free. Check out the tools that will improve your website hosting.
#1 KEEP UP TO SPEED
Slow websites often irritate the most patient of individuals. Use a website speed test and find out how it’s performing in terms of loading performance and in addition to that get some handy tips to improve optimisation too.
#2 TIGHTEN SECURITY
Security is a massive factor with websites so if you’re facing difficulties with that make sure to use an SSL checker that will enlighten you regarding which security elements need resolving.
#3 IP LOCATION FINDER
Find the location of any IPv4 or IPv6 address on the planet and find out where in the world your webpage visitors come from as well as which service provider they are using. This is great for tracking your target audience and further improving your site.
#4 BLACKLISTED OR JUST YOUR IMAGINATION?
Check out if your site has been blacklisted and why. Many administrators tend to mark emails as spam or block websites in order to create a flow of what they call ‘clean traffic’. This is something you want to escape and you can do this by strengthening your server and prevent such actions.
#5 BACKUP YOUR FILES
Backup script does exactly what the name suggests. This tool enables you to backup website files on a regular basis. In case of something going wrong you can reload all the work you previously posted in an instant. Giving you peace of mind of mind when it comes to your website is not something taken lightly.
#6 WEBSITE HOST SEARCH
Verify the host of virtually any website using just its domain name or a URL instantly and accurately. There are additional factors to this such as finding out which networks deliver the content or the DNS procedure that is exercised for distributing the contents through multiple servers. You can find out exactly where all of these servers are hosted.
Free tools can be put to great use, especially when you know how to use them. Keep these in your back pocket for a rainy day.