Is your personal online security really at risk because of IOT?

by Daniel - 08.11.2016

Soon nearly every aspect of our life will be connected to the Internet. And, as a result, our most commonly used electronic devices will be able to send and receive user data to businesses. But what kind - and how big - a threat to personal online security will all these connected devices create?

Website credibility checker: are you scaring off visitors?

by Daniel - 31.10.2016

With Halloween upon us, our thoughts turn to ghouls and goblins. Vampires, witches, ghosts: which frightens you the most?  We know what scares your customers - those monsters known as Untrustworthy Websites. Use our website credibility checker to see if you're scaring them off!

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. 

Upgrade your business reputation with a branded domain name

by Daniel - 13.10.2016

Although not for everyone, branding your domain name is one way to better communicate what your brand is and establish a stronger online presence. See how having a branded domain name will upgrade your reputation and why it could be worth investing in. 

The ICANN takeover of DNS: 5 reasons not to panic

by Daniel - 10.10.2016

The Internet, as we know it, has changed forever. On Saturday, October 8th, the U.S. government ceded control of the directories which enable web browsers to locate our local weather reports, Netflix queues, and Uber accounts.