Domain Names - Domain Management

Corporate Domain Name Management: Best Practice Guide [2020]

by Tonia

A complete best practice guide to Corporate Domain Name Management suitable for both small growing business and for an established enterprise with a large domain portfolio. Learn 8 steps to building a robust domain management policy, understand issues & risks associated with poor management, its impact on brand identity and reputation.

Buying aftermarket & expired domains - tips and advice

by Meg

A domain name that's already been registered by someone else is called an aftermarket or secondary market domain name. It's available to register once it expires or the owner wants to sell. A healthy domain name used on a respected website can have good inbound links and lots of traffic, but you need to know it's genuine.

What is domain authority & best authority checker tools

by Amélie

Never heard of it? Yet, this indicator of your domain’s strength constitutes one of the essential elements to determine your SEO strategy. It can prove very useful when it comes to identifying your main competitors and figure out where you stand. Here’s why.

Choosing your domain name: 7 mistakes you should avoid

by Amélie

Choosing the right domain name for your website is very important, but it is not always easy. Your domain represents your brand and is long-term commitment, hence requiring your full attention. To help you choose a winning domain name, we have listed the top 7 traps to avoid.

AdultBlock: ICM’s new service to protect your brand online

by EuroDNS

As a brand owner, protecting your intellectual property online is your number one priority, especially when you know the damage cybersquatting or phishing can cause to your brand. With the new AdultBlock services, you can now block specific terms from being registered with .PORN, .ADULT and .SEX as well as .XXX.

IGF 2019 - Border crossing

by Luc

Last week in Berlin the 14th Internet Governance Forum of the United Nations annual meeting was held. The IGF’s goal is to bring people together to discuss public policy issues relating to the Internet. However, there is no negotiated outcome at the IGF; it serves only as a place for policy-makers to discuss, exchange information and share good practices.

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