Information on Domain Names
It’s been two years since John started his online business. He is very much satisfied with his current web host whose services he acquired one year ago. Today John is relaxing in his chair and thinking about the initial days when he spent many hours on the Internet collecting information related to web hosting.
|by Priyanka Agarwal ||February 23, 2005 |
Understand the Domain Name System
Ever wonder why DNS systems came into existence? Efficiency. Every computer has a distinct IP address, and the Internet needed an elite method for obtaining these addresses and for managing the system as a whole. Enter ICANN.
|by Clare Lawrence ||February 17, 2005 ||
Domain Registration Tips
A domain is your web address. Our web page's domain is internetbasedmoms.com.
|by Alice Seba ||June 12, 2004 ||
How to select a good domain name
No matter what domain name you buy its unlikely to be worth $ millions straight away, but with some careful though and preparation you can maximise your domain names potential.
|by Clare Lawrence ||June 04, 2004 ||
42 Killer Domain Secrets Exposed!
Every website needs a domain name. Example "WebBootCamp.com" is a domain name. Your domain is your website address, a.k.a. URL (universal resource locator).
|by Jim Symonds ||June 04, 2004 |
Domain name growth
Domain name growth is starting to recover, but we are a long way from the rapid growth we saw in 1998 –2000.
|by Clare Lawrence ||June 04, 2004 |
Free Popularity Metrics: The Real Deal in Web Site Assesment
With millions of domains in existence and more added every day, it is becoming increasingly difficult to tell the established business from the start up.
|by Pete Prestipino ||June 04, 2004 |
The In's and Out's of Pre-Owned Domain Names
I don't know about you, but sometimes it seems like all of the best domain names have already been taken.
|by Richard Lowe Jr. ||March 31, 2004 ||
Considerations for Innocent Domain Name Owners
The ICANN Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy ("UDRP") and the Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act ("ACPA") present grave risks to innocent domain name owners. This page offers some general comments for domain name owners to assist them in avoiding loss of their domain names.
|by Lee Hodgson || ||
Want to open a .SHOP?
Fancy a .shop domain name? How about .ltd, .inc, or even .xxx?Thought all these names were rejected by ICANN and would never see the light of day?Think again.
|by Lee Hodgson || ||