Article category: Domain names

Become a blogging superstar with these five domain extensions

by Daniel - 03.07.2017

Registering the right domain name is one of the first steps you have to take when setting up your blog. But securing a domain that's memorable, conveys a clear message, and maximises exposure can be a complicated task. To help you sort through all the options out there, here are five extensions we think are especially good choices. 

Domain name tips for startups and SMBs: we're here to help!

by Daniel - 21.06.2017

EuroDNS receives enquiries all the time from startups and SMBs needing assistance with domain registration. For the uninitiated, navigating the ins and outs of domain names can seem like a pretty daunting task. So, with that in mind, we’d like to share a few domain name tips customers have found particularly helpful.

Register a .FUN domain name for catchy online branding!

by Daniel - 04.04.2017

The online worlds of entertainment and leisure have a new contender in the ring for most sought-after domain extension, .FUN! Short and punchy, with high recall value, a .FUN domain name acts as a recognisable and catchy branding tool for businesses and individuals looking to generate enthusiasm for their offerings. 

How to choose a domain name that will connect with consumers

by Daniel - 16.11.2016

The holidays are the most important time of year for online retailers. Knowing how to choose a domain name that optimises your online presence will help you establish the clear point of differentiation you need to dominate consumers’ attention and sell more. 

Online brand protection: don't be a victim of cybersquatting

by Daniel - 20.10.2016

Every business must protect its assets. And for online businesses, there is perhaps no more valuable asset than your domain name. Investing in online brand protection is one way to ensure you stay safe from online threats like cybersquatting which can cause serious damage.

Why length matters when choosing a good domain name

by Daniel - 18.10.2016

Long story short: bigger isn’t necessarily better. Take domain names, for instance, where less is usually more. Choosing a good domain name - one that is memorable, precise, and easy-to-remember - will make it easier for you connect with your audience.