Best time to Send Email Campaign to your users.

You probably found this post after looking through several others searching for a real answer to the question, “When is the best time to send an email?” I say it that way because lots of sources out there provide the same answer: It depends. And that answer isn’t especially helpful. So read assured, you’re going […]

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We are introducing Free Web Hosting Plan for New Customers

At TNP HOST we make sure you try our services at least once. However, our analytics found that people tend to ignore the services provided by web hosting providers because they are afraid if it does not work for them, they will have to ask for a refund. Some of our pre-sales enquiries also suggested […]

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3 Bulk SMS providers that are making a difference around the Web

When you are looking for SMS Providers for your website, you want to make sure the SMS provider is reliable and cost-effective. We have analysed SMS providers around the web and found some trending Providers with Very Good Services. 1. Clickatell In today’s digital day and age, customers are constantly expecting new ways of interacting […]

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Top 3 Payment Gateways in India for your Next Website.

Payment Gateways

When it comes to online selling, one of the most crucial parts is choosing among a lot of payment gateways and configuring them to your website. Choosing a right Payment gateway is very important because if your customers don’t feel safe while doing the transaction, they will not buy stuff from your website. We analysed […]

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Redis Cache Setup for WordPress on CentOS with cPanel

Redis cache

In this article, TNP HOST will demonstrate installation of Redis cache for WordPress and how to supercharge your website using Redis. One of the most popular caching systems is Redis. This article explains how to improve WordPress performance by using Redis Cache. There are several articles available on internet related to use of Redis in […]

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Install MongoDB – Ubuntu, CentOS, Debian

mongodb

This tutorial covers steps to install MongoDB in CentOS 6.4, Ubuntu or Debian Operating System. Requirements Centos / Debian / Ubuntu installed on your server or your computer root privileges SSH access Basic Linux Working Skills MongoDB is a NoSQL open-source document database written in C++. Structure of MongoDB differs from the standard table-based relational one using […]

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Block Network Probes using Fail2Ban

fail2ban

Requirements for fail2ban Debian/Ubuntu or CentOS installed Linux Server Fail2Ban installation on a server Configure Fail2Ban As it is made clear in installation instructions of Fail2Ban, you have to make a local copy of the configuration file and set all our custom changes in the configuration file. cp /etc/fail2ban/jail.conf /etc/fail2ban/jail.local SSH is monitored by default by […]

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How to install and use Memcached

memcached

In this tutorial, we will cover the steps needed to install Memcache on your CentOS 6.4, Debian or Ubuntu platform. Memcached is a high-performance, distributed memory object caching server. It can store the content of the whole database table and query in the memory and this way drastically increase the performance of your website. Memcache […]

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