Beware used domain names and the pump & dump scam!

by Meg - 26.02.2016

Thinking of registering used domain names? It’s a wise investment if the domain history is credible. Ask the seller questions, lots of questions.  And you must, at all costs, watch out for the pump and dump scam. Never heard of it? Quick, read this…

Don’t be a dummy – avoid these domain name mistakes!

by Meg - 23.02.2016

Check your domain name’s free before printing your business cards. Use a dictionary looser! Big clothes are not what .XXX is all about. You cannot have a website without a domain name. The Internet is not a passing fancy. More hazards to avoid, take a look…

Win a worldwide audience with country code domain extensions!

by Meg - 28.01.2016

Centre stage, the new domain extensions, hoopla and hullabaloo! Whilst backstage, ccTLD registrations have been rapidly increasing. Trusted, descriptive, an SEO booster, and increased traffic and page ranking. Country code domain extensions are the best way to target the whole world and open up your online presence. Here’s how they do it…

Search engine page ranking factors you must not ignore!

by Meg - 22.01.2016

Who doesn't want their website to have a good page ranking in search results? But how? A site's position is decided by the search engine, reading each page and using ranking factors to score them. A site with a high ranking has relevant content and strong domain authority. Spiders & penguins & bears! Oh my! Treat them right and you can't lose...

Small but powerful - the new domains with real authority!

by Meg - 07.01.2016

Will they challenge .COM? Not in volume, but in effect, yes. Not because they’re more descriptive, memorable, or cheaper (generally, they’re not). But with strict registration requirements and continued monitoring, these new domains are safe. Only apply if you can comply...

Do you know what EPP status codes are? You cannot be serious!

by Meg - 21.12.2015

Jeepers creepers, they can stop your domain name being hijacked and you don't know what they are? They're codes that tell you what’s going on. Is your registration about to fail? Is your name being transferred to another registrar? Is it going to be deleted? EPP status codes are alerts that gives you time to act...

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