Article category: New gTLDs

The Wizard of Moz.com on domains, SEO & Super Bowl

by Meg - 10.02.2014

Moz.com (formerly known as SEOMoz) combines analytical marketing tools with a vibrant online community of over one million digital marketeers. In addition to educating the masses and changing the way we think about search, they also have a  totally transparent company philosophy which sits between genius & crazy. We were lucky enough to catch-up with co-founder, former CEO and now the official Wizard of Moz, Rand Fishkin. This is what happened:

Why we're sending claims check notification email & what to do

by Meg - 31.01.2014

The new domain extensions have brought not only exciting choices for domain names, but also new procedures. One of these is the new claims check notification email; this article explains why we’re sending these email and what to do if you receive one.

How the Early Access Program from Donuts works

by Meg - 30.01.2014

Whenever a new domain extension is launched it usually follows a sequence of launch phases, starting with Sunrise, then Landrush, and ending with the open-ended General Availability. Donuts, the registry for hundreds of new domain extensions has chosen to replace the Landrush period with something called the Early Access Program or EAP. This article explains how the Early Access Program works and what it means for you.

Niche search engines deliver highly-targeted search results

by Meg - 19.01.2014

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?

Epic infographic - The evolution of domain names

by Cornelius - 20.12.2013

We all know that domain names are amazing and fantastic, and quite possibly the best thing ever invented. Without them the Web would just be a bunch of numbers; a world where websites only have IP addresses and EuroDNS doesn't exist.


Trademark Clearinghouse (TMCH) claims period extended

by Meg - 09.12.2013

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…