Article category: How to guides

Create your own website and manage your online reputation

by Meg - 06.10.2015

93% of recruiters look at candidates’ social media profiles before making hiring decisions. In the fiercely competitive job market, will those hilarious selfies swing it for you? Create a positive online image with a personal domain name and your own website.

Buying aftermarket & expired domains - tips and advice.

by Meg - 13.08.2015

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.

Free crash course in domain names, it's gonna save your ass!

by Meg - 20.07.2015

This is a shout out to website newbies! I'd like to share with you a few pointers on setting up your website and choosing your domain name. Your domain name is going to be at the centre of your marketing campaign, it's your brand and it's going to be with you for a while.

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…

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!

You talk about name servers, I hear >@%3 $3r<3?$!

by Meg - 10.03.2015

Have we ever asked you to update or reconfigure your name servers? You’ve dutifully followed our instructions but not really been 100% clear as to what they are or why you’re doing it. Keeping the technical bumph to a minimum; the primary function of name servers is to translate a domain name into an IP address - so far so good...