Yes, after seven days of abstinence for technical upgrade, again writing blog grows some experience which are not harmful to learn! Have you noticed the page loading speed now versus before (if you are an existing free client aka Newsletter Subscriber of this website) ? The design will look same, but it is somewhat “smoother”, no? Actually we did a lot of changes – both for the frontend of this blog part plus we will introduce more things as Premium Offerings. As Content is King and Google might not remain after either half a decade or one; we must be careful about the Content, what we say – Evergreen Content, What I Learned From a More than 12 years Old WebSite.
Writing Blog After 7 days in the Past 5 Years Never Means The Editor or Author is Not Working !
Perseverance is the Keyword. The influence of the perseverance on Blog was said, 3 years back.
If I was not fully involved, but asked Rackspace to do the whole work ( read the background here ). We will talk later again about the Unmanaged and Managed Hosting or rather about the Unmanaged and Managed Shifting.
There are few regular readers, who noticed two 404 Published Posts two – they were compromised during testing. It is better to give importance to things which will bring a long term good result – for example – it is not possible to determine – do Redis really make WordPress faster after deployment on working domain?
Writing Blog After 7 days in the Past 5 Years is Not New, Once Upon a Time We Were Hacked
Waiting a Week does not make a website to die on SERP or on the Readers mind – but it is better to concentrate to the quality of stuffs we can offer.
Again, perseverance is the key; but perseverance never means laziness. Practically work was more intense than writing 4-6 posts per day, because they are just a part from my knowledge; but for practical application, one need to do Google Search, Search on StackExchange like UNIX Admin related websites. It is also important to keep a buffer – disclosing own plan of infrastructure as future tips is not very safe.
Something we are forced to learn or we are keen to learn. This time, we simply used the cumulated experience.