Author: Meg

How to choose a memorable domain name that'll work

by Meg

Does your domain name pass the billboard test? If your domain name is on an advertising billboard by the side of a busy road, will drivers be able to read, understand and remember your name as they whizz past? Exposure is brief, drivers are hopefully concentrating on the road, and they can’t take notes. This article will give you the top tips on choosing a memorable domain name.

Niche search engines deliver highly-targeted search results

by Meg

With the launch of the new gTLDs, how will users find what they're looking for? There are going to be millions of new domain names to search through. As a new domain registry, how will you ensure users can find domain names with your sparkly new extension? Implementing your own niche search engine is the way to go. As a new domain registry, what do you think?

.EU domain registration opens to three new countries

by Meg

From January 8, residents of Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway will be able to register .EU domain names. Previously, the .EU domain extension was restricted to residents of the European Union; keep reading for more information...

EXCLUSIVE: Juan Diego Calle, CEO of .CO talks strategy with EuroDNS

by Meg

In 2010 the .CO domain registry relaunched itself as the global domain shorthand for company, and in three short years has grown spectacularly to over 1.5 million domain registrations. We caught up with the CEO of .CO, Juan Diego Calle, to discuss the secret of .CO’s success, the future of domain names and more.

Trademark Clearinghouse (TMCH) claims period extended

by Meg

The Trademark Clearinghouse (TMCH) has announced an indefinite extension to the Claims service, specifically the sending of post-registration alerts to trademark holders, with no extra costs incurred. If you would like to know the details and when it’ll be launched, read on…

How to redirect domain names with URL forwarding

by Meg

With the arrival of hundreds of new domain extensions it's an excellent time to remind you how to enable domain name redirection (URL forwarding). With this feature you can redirect domain names to your existing website, pretty cool. Let’s take a look at its benefits, and how to set it up.