The answer to this question should be easy: they are both thought to present your product to others. It does not matter that the products are real life things, services or the content of your website itself, they all have to be served to other people (your clients, your readers, your viewers) in a manner they notice, remember, love.

Always learn to find out more about the rules of SEO. They change in time, but their base are always the logic (reason), the common sense and... the previous experience. The searching engines have logic designed by their creators, they try to present some common sense information to the people using them and they change according to the experience gathered from the interactions with the webdesigners, the content writers, SEO experts and, especially, the users.

The online marketing does not work without the content of your website, so does the SEO. The marketing is targeted to specific areas, populations (cultures) and age, so does the SEO (even if its targets are in some ways different).

Finally, but not the last: they both have to have some targets as number of clients, of visitors or viewers.

Indeed, why should you? The reason is very simple: the description of the youtube video is indexed just like any other text content (at least Google does). Of course, the links are saved with the rel="nofollow" tag, so you can not use Youtube to get backlinks (at least not for now, that can change in time), but that should be the least of your problem.

I've watched some videos becoming virals in last few years, getting millions of views in matter of days, maybe you also noticed some of them. So you can easily imagine the benefits (and traffic) their authors (the people that uploaded them) got from that much attention.

The description of the video can help you in bringing your upload faster in the attention of others, but the content of the video makes the difference between something nobody watches and a viral.

I don't have to mention the importance of the passwords in the digital world of the internet because you already know a lot about that: we all use them to protect our accounts (most common the emails accounts, but also the accounts that grants us acces to different websites, administrator sections, protected files and so on) from unwanted intruders of any kind. And you want to keep people out of your business, even from accidentaly acces and from your best friends... you can never know what they can do, even by mistake.

Today the passwords are the digital counterpart of your's physical keys, they have the same value for your accounts in the digital world. So, if you want to protect your secrets and your precious data you have to choose a strong password: some people are just using the password manager (many websites provide this kind of service) that generate an unique string up to 16 characters for each applicant's use, others use words (one or several as a phrases) with space or special characters as word delimiter or combination of case-sensitive letters, numbers and special characters. Multi-word passwords are the ones with several words delimited by space.

The fastest and the easiest way to crack a password is to ask for it (in one form or another). The second most easiest method is to find out as much as you can about the targeted person and to guess his/her password - most people use familiar easy-to-remember words or phrases (as movie titles, favourite book, actor or sport team, etc.).  When a hacker has no such information they have to attack your protected account in order to find password. Dictionary attacks are when the hackers try out all the words in dictionaries and systematically try to access the password accounts using automated tools.

Some consider that multi-word passwords are stronger that singular word, but according to some research conducted by the University of Cambridge's Computer Laboratory (Sophos Security) they can still be cracked by hackers through dictionary attacks.

The brute force attack, when all the possible combination of letters, numbers and special characters are tried, is the last attack usually used. It takes the most of time, a PC could crack a common password in matter of years, and some websited are programmed to react to such attacks by denying "log in"s after a number of consecutive unsuccesful trials.

Recently Digital Journal reported on another study that found 'Password1' was the most common password used by global businesses.

The authorities and their computer software experts are realizing the vulnerability that multi-passwords are creating for hackers, they are continuosly researching the possibilities of making it more difficult for thefts to take place on the Internet. And, of course, it is in the best interest of the public that the relevant authorities move fast to lower the rise of Internet thefts.

For many people when considering to creat a blog the first thing they think about is Wordpress. It's easy, it's fast to create and configure, but when you want something more than just a blog you must consider something else. When using Joomla you can add various thing to your website using the extension (as components, modules and plugins) you can find here and on JED (Joomla Extension Directory), but you can use the CMS (Content Management System) as a blog in order to add more and more content to your website and improve the SEO (Search Engines Optimisation).

The installed Joomla (the main package you can get from Joomla.org) is rather limited when a blog is consider - you have to use third party components and modules in order to add tags (for example) or other thing you may consider useful for your blog. But these 2 tutorials can help you creating a blog with Joomla and tell you how to add posts (articles) to your website.

Enjoy watching.

 This is a short tutorial on how to use Netbeans for Joomla Development, specifically how to use it when working with the Joomla SVN. It can be useful to anyone using SVN with a php project, but is geared towards those who wish to use Netbeans as their primary IDE particularly using Joomla.

*Notes

Some issues have been reported with checking out from the SVN. If you cannot checkout, please try putting 'anonymous' in the username with a blank password.

Renaming the installation folder is actually not necessary because the trunk disables the check to help workflow, except for a release.

This 5 min screencast shows you how you can have a flawless Joomla installation running locally on your computer using free components. The authors of the video use the JumpBox for Joomla and run it on of Sun's open source virtualization technology, VirtualBox.

This video was embed into this website using JEmbedAll (Joomla Embed component and plugin we designed).

Earlier I was trying to install a joomla package for a client and I've got the following error:

Warning: session_start(): open(tcp://127.0.0.1:11211/sess_973eebe815a2f02cac90592473de1467, O_RDWR) failed: No such file or directory (2) in /home/joomla/public_html/libraries/joomla/session/session.php on line 531 Warning: session_start(): Cannot send session cookie - headers already sent by (output started at /home/joomla/public_html/libraries/joomla/session/session.php:531) in /home/joomla/public_html/libraries/joomla/session/session.php on line 531 Warning: session_start(): Cannot send session cache limiter - headers already sent (output started at /home/joomla/public_html/libraries/joomla/session/session.php:531) in /home/joomla/public_html/libraries/joomla/session/session.php on line 531

That was triggered by the php configuration:

main session.save_path   tcp://127.0.0.1:11211

That configuration is sending the request to nowhere (I mean to a place the scripts gets no valid response or no response at all). If you have access to php.ini (located in the folder where php is installed) you can change save_path yourself, if you don't have access ask someone that has (the server administrator, for example).

The configuration should be something like this (using a folder that exists and have permission to be written by the Apache server - or any other webserver you use):

main session.save_path where N is an integer. Instead of storing all the session files in /path, what this will do is use subdirectories N-levels deep, and store the session data in those directories. This is useful if you or your OS have problems with lots of files in one directory, and is a more efficient layout for servers that handle lots of sessions. NOTE 1: PHP will not create this directory structure automatically. You can use the script in the ext/session dir for that purpose. NOTE 2: See the section on garbage collection below if you choose to use subdirectories for session storage /tmp

One other option you can work around php configuration problem is to use ini_set function to change the value of session.save_path. You have to put in the file index.php in the installation folder the following code:

@ini_set('session.save_path', '../cache');

The problem is when you'll update the package or you'll overwrite the file you'll lose the changed value and you'll have the same problem (again).

Joomla is one of the free CMS (Content Management Systems) that became very populars and created a comunity around it during its several years of existance. The number of websites created with Joomla is numbered in a few millions, so one can say it's one of the most popular tools for that. The next reasons are only a few why you shoold use Joomla for your website design. You only need a web server that handles php and a mysql database to install this CMS and, after configuring it, to have a functional website. Next you have to add some functions (using the components, modules and plugins) you need and select or create a Joomla theme.

It is user friendly and easy to learn

Even beginners are welcome to use this - it may take longer to find out about all its function but it's easy to learn. It takes at most a few days to learn it all over. The CMS is rather big (especially when you never worked with other CMSs) because it's under constant development for some years, but it's easy to follow the modification made in time - there are availabe online various versions of Joomla.

It's a free Content Managment System

You can download for free, so this would be in your advantage. You wouldn't be wasting money for an application that you wouldn't even know how to use. The recommendation it to spend money on its customization (especially as a beginner, or when you want your site optimized to its best) and manteinance - but it's a lot less money than creating a website from scratch. Use experts in Joomla, or at least someone that have already worked with it for a few months or years.

It created a community that offers support

The constant use and improvement of Joomla triggered an increase number of users with expertise in different degres about this CMS, its structure and extensions. If you have problems (using, configuring or extending Joomla) you can search for responses with any search engines - there are great chances to find them. Even if you don't find any good respons for your problem, you can always ask. Most of the online support is free, but in some cases you can pay for it (like an online subscription to some websites or for experts' responses).

It's extensible and flexible - it gives users control

Joomla was built to be enhanced. When you download and install the packege from Joomla development website you only get the main - basic package. There are thounsands of components, modules and plugins you can add this basic package from Joomla Extension Directory - some of them for free, some for a price. You have to know exactly what you want from your future website before adding any new script to your Content Management System.

It's secure by default

Joomla is built to be secure in most environments, but you must understand that Internet security is a vast and fast-moving topic. No set of rules can cover all possible situations, especially if new types of attack are being developed every year. This means you have to extend Joomla security with server security (I mean your server security).

Because Joomla is being upgraided constantly and the developers add new functions or fix bugs (even security bugs) you should always update you Joomla version and the extensions (components, modules and plugins) you have installed on your website.

 

If you want to make a presence online, with all the advantages and obligation that come from that, you have to get some necessary steps. Depending of your experience over internet they can be easy or they can be difficult, but with the appropriate help everything will be easy and you will only benefit from this activity.

Get your domain name

The first thing you need to do before anything else is to get yourself a domain name. Choose wisely because it's going to represent you online and must define you: it can be your name, your trademark or business name or your field of activity.

Depending the Top Level Domain (TLDs) you choose (they have their own rules), you will have to pay an annual fee to a registrar for the right to use that domain name or you can buy it "for life" (until you die, the interne dies or you decide to delete it). In some situations you'll have to buy similar domain name in order to prevent lose of clients or fraud, but you can find more information from tips for registering and choosing the domain name - read them and follow them.

You have to protect your domain name, so you have to pay attention to this thing in order to protect it from stealing.

Joomla is one of the most popular free CMS (Content Management Systems) that gathered a lot of fans / users in the last few years. The number of websites created with Joomla is numbered in a few hundred thousands, so one can say it's one of the most popular tools to create web sites. The next reasons are only a few why you shoold use Joomla for your website design. You only need a web server that handles php and a mysql database to install this CMS and, after configuring it, to have a functional website. Next you have to add some functions (using the components, modules and plugins) you need and select or create a Joomla theme.

It is user friendly and easy to learn

Even beginners are welcome to use this - it may take longer to find out about all its function but it's easy to learn. It takes at most a few days to learn it all over. The CMS is rather big (especially when you never worked with other CMSs) because it's under constant development for some years, but it's easy to follow the modification made in time - there are availabe online various versions of Joomla.

It's a free Content Managment System

You can download for free, so this would be of your advantage. You wouldn't be wasting money for an application that you wouldn't even know how to use. The recommendation it to spend money on its customization (especially when you are a beginner and you don't know how to handle it) and manteinance - but it's a lot less money than creating a website from scratch. Use experts in Joomla, or at least someone that have alreade worked with it for a few months or years.

It created a community that offers support

The constant use and improvement of Joomla triggered an increase number of users with expertise in different degres about this CMS, its structure and extensions. If you have problems (using, configuring or extending Joomla) you can search for responses with any search engines - there are great chances to find them. Even if you don't find any good respons for your problem, you can always ask. Most of the online support is free, but in some cases you can pay for it (like an online subscription to some websites or for experts' responses).

It's extensible and flexible - it gives users control

Joomla was built to be enhanced. When you download and install the packege from Joomla development website you only get the main - basic package. There are thounsands of components, modules and plugins you can add this basic package from Joomla Extension Directory - some of them for free, some for a price. You have to know exactly what you want from your future website before adding any new script to your Content Management System.

It's secure by default

Joomla is built to be secure in most environments, but you must understand that Internet security is a vast and fast-moving topic. No set of rules can cover all possible situations, especially if new types of attack are being developed every year. This means you have to extend Joomla security with server security (I mean your server security).

Because Joomla is being developed and the developers add new functions or fix bugs (even security bugs) you should always update you Joomla version.

We create websites to present your activity to the world and applications for internet that help you organize your activity as eficient as possible and without loses (in money, time and energy) whatever you are while you are online. You only need an internet domain, space on a server and the app we develop for you.

The search engine optimisation part is very important for websites - they have to match certain criteria in order to appear as often as possible in the search results. We analize your website and we offer consultancy about the options you have about to boost its visibility and organic traffic.

We develop applications for various companies and organisations according to their specifications and requirements in order to be used by employees and partners to work more efficient, making the transition from excel files and spreadsheets used before to the internet of things. We offer support for the applications used now and we develop them further using modern technologies.

We offer consultancy about the informatic system you have installed and we offer sollutions to make the more efficient, to improve and develop them further, we analize the activities inside your company and / organisation and we offer sollutions for the projects you want to develop.