How CDNs can give you critical advantage in mobile SEO
In the fast-paced world of digital content, mobile devices have come to play an increasingly critical role, especially with the rise of smartphones and tablets as primary means of accessing the Internet. Mobile traffic has already overtaken the web traffic back in 2014. This means that the greater portion of Internet traffic today comes from mobile devices. Consequently, this has forced websites to address the mobile trends and to optimize their websites accordingly.
|by Anand Srinivasan ||September 25, 2015 |
How The Arrival Of gTLDs Could Shape The Future
Ever since the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) opened up the internet to new generic TLDs, there has been a spate of new registrations from big corporations like Google and Amazon. The rationale behind some registrations is quite obvious.
|by Anand Srinivasan ||April 29, 2015 |
Cloud Hosting Vs. Traditional Hosting Explained
Cloud hosting is becoming popular among businesses because of its many advantages, especially when it comes to reliability and scalability. However, does it really provide significant benefits compared to traditional hosting solutions? How is it different? Is it better than hosted setups or on-premises solutions?
|by Anand Srinivasan ||March 16, 2015 |
Can Domain Registrations Provide An Indication Of A Trend Gone Mainstream?
Is it possible to study a trend merely by analyzing the number of domain name registrations containing the name of the trend? A recent Verisign blog post points out that the number of newly registered domain names that contain the term 'Bitcoin' directly correlated to its dollar value.
|by Anand Srinivasan ||December 08, 2014 ||
What Is The Right Price To Pay For Your Domain Name
Parked domain names are the nightmare of every new business owner – should you pay a premium to fetch that coveted domain name that is parked? Or should you rather save that money and go with a less attractive domain name that is available?
|by Anand Srinivasan ||November 18, 2014 |
5 Reasons To Take Mobile Device Management To The Cloud
The evolution of mobile devices and their role in the enterprise is a topic that has garnered much discussion among IT administrators. Not that long ago, the majority of people used traditional â€śflipâ€ť phones as opposed to todayâ€™s smartphones and tablets that connect to the Internet, run mobile apps and access corporate data.
|by Ben Conner ||December 06, 2012 ||
Major Storage Upgrade - Improved Speed And Stability
Over the past year FireHostâ€™s secure hosting environment has experienced tremendous growth as customers increasingly demand the scalability and control of the cloud in a secure hostingenvironment. In our effort to continually strive for industry-leading performance, we are excited to announce the official launch of our new enterprise Dell Compellent SAN + Brocade Fibre Channel storage platform. This new platform provides the highest level of stability and performance required by both our customers and ourselves.
|by FireHost Evangelist ||December 19, 2011 |
Important Points about Hosting Your Domain on a WP Platform
Wordpress [WP] is one of the oldest and most popular blogging platforms available on the internet. If you plan to start a blog and do not want to invest on domain name and hosting space then you can register on wordpress.com and start blogging using a domain
|by Anna Lewis ||July 05, 2011 |
How does Domain Validation SSL differ from Business Validation SSL?
Differences between Domain Validation SSL and Business Validation SSL
|by Nill Smith ||June 01, 2011 ||
How do you value domains?
For one, thanks to the efforts of many domain pioneers there was really a lot of force generated in favour of, and an almost universal acceptance generated for a "multiples of revenues" approach. If a domain makes $500 per year, you could easily sell to someone for a multi-year rate of return, say 5yrs ($2,500). If someone wanted the name enough it might warrant purchasing it based on longer years worth of revenue, just to have the name. Of course, the more years you bid to, the less your financial return might become if your end-use for the name is to continue to monetize it in a similar way.
|by Ben Kross ||September 14, 2009 ||