5 reasons to transfer your .ES domain name to EuroDNS

by Daniel - 20.07.2017

Recent news that two .ES domain registrars have had their authorisation revoked reminds us that not all registrars are equal. Just ask the many affected domain name holders who’ve been informed by the .ES registry, Red.es, that their domains will have to be transferred to a different, authorised registrar – like EuroDNS. 

Become a blogging superstar with these four domain extensions

by Daniel - 03.07.2017

Registering the right domain name is one of the first steps you must take when setting up your blog. But securing a domain that is memorable, conveys a clear message, and maximises your exposure can be a complicated task. To help you sort through all of the options out there, here are four extensions we think are especially good choices. 

Domain name tips for startups and SMBs: we're here to help!

by Daniel - 21.06.2017

EuroDNS receives enquiries all the time from startups and SMBs needing assistance with domain registration. For the uninitiated, navigating the ins and outs of domain names can seem like a pretty daunting task. So, with that in mind, we’d like to share a few domain name registration tips customers have found particularly helpful. 

.ONLINE domain extension, the smart alternative to .COM!

by Daniel - 15.06.2017

Since its launch in 2015, .ONLINE has become one of the most sought after gTLDs in the world. Registered in over 230 countries, the .ONLINE domain extension has experienced incredible traction, becoming a true star of the new gTLD programme. But what accounts for its popularity?

DNS management at EuroDNS gives you even more control!

by Daniel - 08.06.2017

Modifying DNS information from your account is now easier than ever thanks to our newly refocused layout and numerous other practical modifications we’ve made to our DNS zone management page. See how our revamped page is going to save you time and effort! 

Public wifi security: less trustworthy than a public toilet seat?

by Daniel - 22.05.2017

Most of us see using public toilets as something of a risky venture, but we appreciate their convenience all the same. That said, did you know there's another daily convenience even more questionable than a gas station restroom? Try free public WiFi networks and the questionable security they offer users.