Alex Schenker

Alex has been involved on the business side of the internet since the early 2000's. He holds both a Management Science degree from the University of California at San Diego as well as a Computer Science degree from NJIT.

We Rock Your Web had its roots back in 2004 as the tech blog for a web design and development company Alex founded that has grown and evolved into the parent company of We Rock Your Web.

While his foundation is rooted in web development, his expertise today lies in content and digital marketing, SEO, organic and paid search, analytics, and publishing. Alex is an avid tennis player, nature enthusiast, and hiker, and enjoys spending time with his wife, friends, and dogs.

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You can get 10% off annual and biennial Mozy subscriptions by using our promotional code. Mozy is an online backup service provider that securely backs up your data remotely, protecting you in the event of local data loss resulting from a hard drive crash, fire, or other catastrophe…

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Having trouble activating your Feedburner email subscriptions?

Feedburner, now owned by Google, is one of the few services out there that offers free and reliable email subscriptions to your RSS feeds. We say reliable because they use an opt-in method that prevents spam. Therefore, your feed email messages are more likely to reach their recipients (as opposed to landing in their junk …

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Too Many Connections from This IP Address?

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It’s not uncommon for web designers and anyone accessing a shared server to run into the message Too many connections (#) from this IP (IP address). Typically, the # will be the number of connections that is allowed. Eight (Cool is a common number for shared servers. The IP address listed will be your IP address. This IP blocking method is implemented on shared servers from preventing any one user from hogging too many resources – which would slow down the server for other users…

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How To Transfer Your Website and Maintain Search Ranking

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There are many reasons to decide to move a website. These range from moving to a new server because you’ve decided to switch hosting providers, to simply redirecting your existing files to a new domain name. Either way, when you move your website, your search engine rankings may be affected. Here’s some common website moving …

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Sorry, Your Paypal Last Action Could Not Be Completed

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Many, many users on the Internet are currently experiencing the frustrating Paypal sorry your last action could not be completed error when they try and submit payment with Paypal. This happens whether they’re trying to buy a stuffed animal on the world famous auction site Ebay or a set of flowers from the local mom and pop online flower store…

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Stop Spoof Email In A Poof!

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We recently had a problem where the root email address associated with a few domains was being spoofed to death. That is, spam messages were arriving and being processed as bounce messages but not being deleted. As a result, our inbox would fill rapidly, putting our disk quota at risk of being exceeded. How to solve this problem? Read on…

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AT&T $18 cell phone upgrade fee

My new cell phone from a couple years back (a Motorola L6) gave up the fight after less than a year’s use. Good thing that I hung on to some of my older cell phones – a trusty Samsung that, unfortunately (after being thrown at a wall – don’t ask recently gave up the fight …

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Sorry, What is sorry.google.com?

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Sorry.google.com is the page Google serves you (or an application) when you fail to answer its human-verification question. Google has instituted this new policy – randomly checking to see if queries submitted to it (ie. searches) are done by human beings (as opposed to software applications). The purpose of this is two-fold. On the one hand, blocking the search query and redirecting the user to sorry.google.com alerts the user to potential spyware on their PC; on the other hand, it prevents users from utilizing software to query the Google search engine…

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How To Optimize Your Web Page for SEO

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Learn how to optimize your web pages to help them rank higher in the search engines. Make it easy for the search engines to find, index, and organize your content to help support your link building efforts. You’ll learn how to structure your page using titles, headings, images, links and more for optimal flow of SEO juice…

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