I am a strange guy, I like searching for domain names. It is less fun than choosing names for your kids, but only by a small degree. This strange habit has resulted in me registering a portfolio of domains, often bought in the afterglow of discovering that a really AMAZING domain is still available. Whilst [...]
What is SSL? SSL is a concept little understood by most people. Many people ask us, what are the benefits of SSL? How secure is SSL? In this post we try to answer all your questions. SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer, an encryption technology originally developed by Netscape. It lets private information to be transmitted [...]
It may be summer now, but when the sting of the heat goes away, it’s easy to forget that sun protection, like your online brand needs constant care in any season. To avoid exposing domain names relevant to your business to the eyes of your competitors, read our article on the 7 tips to help [...]
In March and April this year, Google Adwords customers received an email which appeared to be a genuine email from Google requesting the username and password for their Google Adwords account. This was a clear attempt by individuals or groups, known as phishers, to acquire the usernames and passwords of Google Adwords users.
There are not many occasions where you can get away with calling someone a quitter. But when it comes to Smokenders, it’s actually their expertise to get people to quit, smoking that is.
From 1 June 2008, an .com.au domain name can be marketed and sold to an eligible third party by its current license holder. Australia’s Internet domain authority, auDA, has finally ended the anticipation that has been building since news of the policy change was announced in early March.
While premium brands engage in logo wars to win the hearts, minds, and pockets of the consumer market, a battle more explosive than logomania may be unfolding on the Internet with premium domain names.
You don’t need to deliver kicks and punches like Jackie Chan’s to make an impression on the Chinese market. With 800 million searches performed each day, having an online presence on Chinese search engines
One readily understands that relevant keywords are crucial to getting targeted hits. Both for SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) and pay-per-click ads. But how does one construct a list of keywords that are likely to increase the number of interested web surfers?
When registrations for .com domains began in 1985, a total of six names were registered that year and forty-four more the following year. Two decades later, there are now more .com domain names registered than there are words in the English language.