Hack this! Sticky domain name ideas using hackable ccTLDs

by Daniel - 12.12.2016

How's this for a domain name idea? An ex-Clinton campaign staff member launched a website, the name of which combines Millennial slang and US President Trump's possible conflicts of interest. Its name? Corrupt.AF. The country code domain extension for Afghanistan is used to suggest Trump is corrupt "AF," texting argo for "as f---." 

Domain transfer changes coming: the latest ICANN news

by Luc - 24.11.2016

ICANN is expanding the scope of its Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy (now simply called Transfer Policy). This revised policy includes new procedures for gTLD (but not ccTLD) transfers made between domain registrants (aka Trades). See how the new domain transfer procedures will impact you. The latest ICANN news...

Four reasons why the right ccTLD will expand your online world

by Daniel - 22.11.2016

Whether you’re a startup or an established business looking to gain more online traction, there’s no question that registering the right ccTLD (country code domain extension) will bring numerous advantages. With an expansive list of ccTLDs available, you’re sure to find one, and probably even more than one, that works for you. 

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. 

3 reasons why domain privacy protection is worth investing in

by Daniel - 10.11.2016

Is domain privacy protection worth it? It is if you don’t want your name, address, email, and phone details exposed to the whole world. Fortunately, for those of us who value our online anonymity, opting for privacy is a simple, effective, and – perhaps best of all – inexpensive option.