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When to Buy a New Domain and When to Buy an Expired One

Your first thought when buying a car is always the same: new or used? The process of buying a domain name starts the same way. Do you want a brand new domain or an expired one with previously established traffic? The benefits and the drawbacks are similar, but choosing the right domain depends on your

By | September 18th, 2018|Categories:|Tags: , |0 Comments

How Much Does a Domain Name Cost?

In today’s world, it’s rare that a company exists without a website. The internet is now the biggest railway that connects customers and businesses locally, domestically, and internationally. It’s common knowledge that a company’s presence and visibility on the internet can dramatically affect its chances of success. In which case, if you’re currently creating an

By | September 13th, 2018|Categories:|Tags: , |0 Comments

What is a Domain Extension and Which One Should You Choose?

Your business needs to put its best foot forward to reach all of the customers in your audience. With so many different domain extensions, or top-level domains (TLDs) available, how do you know that you’re choosing the right one? The right TLD depends on the kind of business, products or services you have, and how

By | September 11th, 2018|Categories:|Tags: , |0 Comments

How to Buy a Domain Name

Whether you’re a beginning blogger, a budding entrepreneur, or an established business, establishing an online presence usually starts with getting a domain name that supports your professional or personal website. You can purchase a domain name either by creating and registering an original name, or by buying and registering an existing domain name that’s up for

By | September 10th, 2018|Categories:|Tags: , |0 Comments

Everything You Need to Know About Domain Management

Your domain name is the core component of your online presence—the address of a piece of online real estate that belongs only to you or your business. Choosing the right domain name and registering it are essential first steps for securing your company’s online home, but they’re not the only ones. To stay updated and

By | September 10th, 2018|Categories:|Tags: , |0 Comments

Domain Owner Lookup—How to Find an Owner

Securing your own domain online is as simple as choosing a name and paying the appropriate fees to register it. But, in some cases, the way to get the perfect domain for your brand or business is to buy one that already exists. Expired domain names are available for anyone to buy, but if your

By | September 10th, 2018|Categories:|Tags: , |0 Comments

What is the Difference Between a Domain Name and a Website URL?

Setting up your business online helps you reach a larger audience and expand your brand beyond brick and mortar. When you start laying down the foundation of your online presence, it helps to know the differences between your building materials. This helps you make more informed decisions about what’s right for your brand and helps

By | August 30th, 2018|Categories:|Tags: , |0 Comments

I Bought a Domain Name, Now What?

You’ve done the research, selected a perfect domain name for your business, completed the registration process, and now each WhoIs search on your domain reveals you as the rightful owner. what? Once you’ve secured your new domain, it’s time for the real work to begin. You can start by building your business a website,

By | August 30th, 2018|Categories:|Tags: , |0 Comments

How to Choose the Right Domain Name

Shaking hands at the party, you listen to the names and introduce yourself to new faces. As you move onto the next hand, their names fly out of your memory. The only names that stick are the ones that are unique and seem to match the person shaking your hand perfectly. Your domain name is

By | August 30th, 2018|Categories:|Tags: , |0 Comments

Will Google’s Latest Update Affect Your Website and Business?

This July, Google is updating their Chrome web browser to explicitly notify visitors when they’ve landed on a website that is not secure. It’s likely that other web browsers will follow their lead in order to create a safer environment online. As the necessity for online security increases, changes like this could have a negative

By | July 9th, 2018|Categories:|Tags: , , |0 Comments