'Tis the season! Happy holidays from everyone at EuroDNS!

by Daniel - 12.12.2018

Season's greeting from all of us at EuroDNS! We thank you for your business and look forward to working with you in the new year. As 2018 comes to a close, our office hours will be a little different. Our end-of-year hours are as follows.

.BEST domains keyword-ready for top search engine results

by Guest - 28.11.2018

It's not hard to guess why "best" is among Google's most searched keywords. We naturally search for the "best" product, service, or business. Cyril Fremont, CEO of .BEST Registry, shares findings that demonstrate .BEST domain names are second to none when it comes to improving your presence with search engines and users.

The year's biggest data privacy and cybersecurity concerns

by Daniel - 26.11.2018

GDPR, WHOIS, HTTPS, TLD abuse. In 2018, data privacy and cybersecurity issues dominated the domain industry. EuroDNS addressed security and privacy challenges - some old, some new - on a number of fronts. A recap of the year's biggest privacy and cybersecurity concerns, and how we were able to help our customers.

Domain name search tips for small business website success

by Guest - 14.11.2018

A domain name is a key element of any website. But for a small business website, a domain that clearly announces to customers and search engines the brand's position within a market is especially crucial. Five important domain name search tips for competing with the big guys and building a brand that lasts.

Domain name ideas to improve your online branding efforts

by Daniel - 12.11.2018

Domain name extensions like .SITE and .STORE are more than just a way to create an address for your website. They've been designed to give your online branding efforts a boost. See why .SITE and .STORE in particular have become go-tos for SMBs and e-commerce sites looking to improve their online branding.

GDPR and WHOIS: ICANN solving access and privacy problem?

by Luc - 07.11.2018

WHOIS data access took centre stage at ICANN 63, held in Barcelona from October 20 - 25th. While other issues, such as the future of new gTLD applications, were discussed, post GDPR privacy concerns were, unsurprisingly, the focus of most discussions. Here are the key takeaways.