Author: Meg

Don’t lose your link juice after a change of domain name

by Meg - 17.07.2015

Planning a branding revamp? Got the domain name you’ve always wanted, or tempted to change to a new domain extension? Cool, whack your new domain name on your website, reprint your business card, let’s go. Whoah, stop right there! Your old domain name might not have been the best, but it’s got good link juice…

GlobalSign - provider of our SSL certificates - talks online security

by Meg - 01.07.2015

EuroDNS now offers SSL certificates! They give customers the means to validate their websites and protect their online transactions. To do this we partnered with GlobalSign, the globally renowned WebTrust accredited Certificate Authority, who offer the strongest encryption available. I caught up with Paul van Brouwershaven from GlobalSign to find out more.

How to choose your SSL certificate and get it up and running

by Meg - 12.06.2015

You can now get an SSL certificate from EuroDNS; a free one for every domain name you've got registered with us. We launched SSL certificates as part of our ongoing fight against Internet crime. They provide an easy and cost-effective way for website owners to secure online transactions. Here’s how to apply, and set them up!

Local search - local domain: the perfect match!

by Meg - 10.06.2015

We’ve always been a firm believer in the power of a local domain name and the dotBerlin registry is testimony to this. The registries that provide .HAMBURG & .BERLIN have written a post for our readers and using dotBerlin as an example, they’ve proved that a website with a local domain will get a boost in Google.

.DESIGN is the iconic domain for designers! The King tells us why...

by Meg - 28.05.2015

Top Level Design is behind some really cool domains including .DESIGN, .INK, & .WIKI. The .DESIGN domain was in contention but the registry didn't bail out and it won. It was a hotly contested new domain with 7 other applicants vying for it. Raymond King, TLD CEO, explains why it was worth the fight!

“Your domain name is not available.” Aaaargh, now what?

by Meg - 13.05.2015

It’s frustrating when you’re searching for a domain name and it’s taken. Curious, you check out the website only to find your precious domain name is parked, or it’s up for sale at an extortionate price. Here’s some invaluable advice from Daniel, our CSO. Seven years in the domain industry, his knowledge knows no bounds...