Managing all your domain names a pain? Create domain folders...

by Meg

Do you have a large portfolio? Finding it a pain to manage your vast collection of domain names? Categorise and organise your domain names with domain folders, they'll help you manage your domain names and perform global updates, whilst keeping them secure. This post explains how...

Three curious facts about domain extensions & geopolitics

by Meg

Domains may only exist in the virtual world, but they can sometimes be impacted by real life, there's a knock-on effect. Here are three interesting geopolitical domain facts that we at EuroDNS talk about when we’re not working (which is never, of course)...

EuroDNS interview - going nuts with MailChimp

by Meg

With over 4 million people using their platform to send about six billion emails every month; MailChimp is the email marketing solution that's slowly taking over the world. Earlier in the month EuroDNS was lucky enough to catch-up with the email marketing supremos (and EuroDNS customer) and get some valuable tips.

At EuroDNS, we value your rights to anonymity...

by Luc

In this post our in-house legal eagle, Luc, shares his thoughts on the 2013 Registrar Accreditation Agreement (RAA). This is the contract that forms the basis of the relationship between ICANN and its accredited domain registrars. If we want to offer new gTLDs to our customers, signing this contract is mandatory. The RAA ensures that all registrars play by the same rules, but in some cases we feel that customer' privacy could be compromised. Let's see what Luc thinks...

How to enable shared access and share your workload

by Meg

Shared access is a feature we offer that allows others, chosen by you, to access your EuroDNS account. You can give each person or group a different level of access so they can perform tasks designated by you. Whilst you, as manager, maintain overall control. In this post I'll explain the advantages of shared access and how to set it up...

The new gTLD casino - place your bets & spin the wheel!

by Cornelius

The Internet is about to change radically with the introduction of over 1000 new domain extensions. While it's probably good news for customers, and will create more choice and increased competition in the domain market. It's undeniably good news for domain registries and internet super-brands, giving them a one-off opportunity to capture the next .COM.

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