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Do You Use CloudFlare on your blogs?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by trashtalk, Jun 30, 2015.

  1. trashtalk

    trashtalk Regular Member

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    Do You CloudFlare on Your Blog? i just want to have your opinion about this, or do this kind of thing affect your blog ranking from search engines or driving traffics to your site?
     
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    eXampL Power Member

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    I use cloudflare for all my blogs and I'm very pleased with it. I can't seem to find any reason why coudflare would affect you in a negative way, on the contrary, it can bring a lot of benefits if you know how to use it
     
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    There was a thread here a while ago from someone reporting that cloudflare ruined his rankings. However, my websites with CF on it rank okay.
     
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    Zwielicht Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    On some of them, yes. I only really use it for the SSL certificate and not so much for the speed benefits.
     
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    Aatrox Supreme Member

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    Most of the times, I do use it.
     
  6. trashtalk

    trashtalk Regular Member

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    do you guys use the Free Subscription? and how to use it correctly? i mean i just added my site on it and change the dns on my domain and thats it. do i still need to tweak or adjust on CF's settings?
     
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    I am using it on all of my blogs since 2013 and it never fails.
     
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  8. AZ Website Solution

    AZ Website Solution Newbie

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    yes I can use cloudflare. It is provides content delivery network. It is provide more than advantages as well more PR and DA of blog.CloudFlare as your authoritative name servers doesn't change anything else about your website's ecosystem.

    CloudFlare caches parts of websites that are static.Mainly advantages of it provide SLL certificate.