The majority of your websites are controlled via a web hosting panel called cPanel. Perhaps you use parts of it or maybe you don’t. The point is that this panel can help your operations and protect your website more efficiently, but oftentimes it goes unnoticed. It becomes underutilized, or not even used. So, the question is, “How you can you use cPanel’s bigger features to take your website to the next level?”
How do your protect your content without needing another fancy script? How do your protect your email? How do you install WordPress and other software apps with a few clicks of your mouse? How do you create a MySQL database or copy it to another site? How do you use Awstats to improve your traffic quality and website? How do you redirect your error pages to any page of your site so you don’t lose out on traffic? How do you access file manager? How do you backup and restore your website? If you’re interested in knowing the answers to any of these questions, then….
There are so many cPanel videos out there that cover the basic features of cPanel, but they never really dive into the core of what cPanel offers. You’ll be shown features of cPanel that you can use to truly take your business to the next level of success, not just to maintain your website.
Not all cPanel users are aware of this feature and often overlook it. Did you know that cPanel already provides you with a lot of “basic” tutorials within itself so you can use the basic features? The videos are ok – not extensive, but they do the job.
When it comes to installing a database it is actually a very easy thing to do. However, with that said, how do you go about inserting data into the database if you ever need to? This is often underutilized but definitely needed in the future.
Knowing what goes on in your website is crucial. What’s the difference between Awstats and Google Analytics? Not only will you be given an overview of Awstats, but you’ll learn different features of Awstats that, if used correctly, can help you increase your website traffic and protect it as well.
You’ll learn how people are finding you, what keywords they are typing in the search engines, and how to use that to your advantage. You’ll also learn who is linking to you, for good reasons or even the bad so that you can protect yourself.
Softaculous replaces Fantastico, which was a popular suite of software scripts that may fit many aspects of your business. It gives you access to blogs, bulletin boards, support helpdesks, and more. You’ll be given an overview of this suite and how to use it properly, and we’ll also show you how to install WordPress with a few clicks of your mouse using this.
Did you know that you could be losing traffic when people land on areas of your site that don’t exist? This is where the 404 error page comes in. What if you could redirect all that traffic back to your main page or a working area of your site? Well, in this video you’ll learn how to redirect traffic from your
error pages back to your main site.
FTP is not the only way to upload your files. In fact, cPanel’s File Manager not only uploads your files, but you can delete files, create directories, create and extract zip files, edit files, and so much more! This is great, especially if you need to install scripts too. Best of all, you can do everything without any fancy software and do it on any computer that has access to the Internet.
It’s about time you learn the basics of protecting your email box from spam. In this video, you’ll learn how to tell cPanel to do just that and authenticate all the emails that are coming out of your domain as legitimate emails.
Have you ever created a document and forgot to save it, and then you lost it? This is one of the worst feelings, especially after you’ve spent hours creating the document. The same goes for your websites. If you don’t back up your websites on a frequent basis, then you are in trouble. Websites take days or even weeks to create, so protecting your asset is an absolute must.
Hard drives fail on a regular basis, so keeping a backup of your websites is very important, so that if something bad does happen, you don’t have to start from scratch. In this video you’ll learn how to not only back up your websites, but how to restore them so you can get them up and running again.