Now that you have your blog name, how can you best position yourself to be a successful blog? Starting a blog is easy, but convincing busy readers that you’re contributing worthy information takes effort and time. Then, once you have their eyeballs, keeping your blog interesting and active requires consistency and persistence. Hint: when most… Continue reading Secrets of a Successful Blog: The Cheat Sheet
You work hard for every dollar you make. So it’s important to get the best value and return for your money. One of the easiest ways to do that is to support a small business and reap the rewards! Did you know..? ..all top 5 financial, economic, and quality of service-related reasons to skip the big… Continue reading 5 Reasons Why You Should Be Working With A Small Business
For self-employed professionals and small businesses, the search for a reputable SEO firm is arduous. You know you need SEO (search engine optimization) services in order for your target market to find your website amidst the seemingly endless sea of competitors, but when a Google search for SEO throws 537,000,000 results your way, what do you do? It’s overwhelming. Don’t panic, we’ll… Continue reading How to Pick a Trustworthy and Qualified SEO Firm
Did you know that .xyz is the most popular new domain extension in the world? And it’s not just first-time web sites that are adopting it. Existing businesses are choosing to re-brand under the domain name. Perhaps it’s because .xyz is the first top-level domain (TLD) to specifically target Generations X, Y, and Z, a demographic that… Continue reading Why We Love .XYZ (And You Should, Too!)
Late Friday night, several people living in Dallas got a rude awakening. All 156 of their tornado sirens went off at once. The sirens themselves aren’t a strange thing for people in Texas to hear — they’re no strangers to storms that frequently spawn tornadoes and other harsh weather. This time, the sirens stayed on… Continue reading Hackers of Dallas Emergency Sirens Prove Fashion Isn’t the Only ’90s Comeback
Last October, Congress approved legislation aimed at protecting consumer privacy from internet providers. Set to go into effect later in 2017, these new internet privacy rules have been nullified before they had begun. The question many American consumers are left asking is: will my personal browsing information be sold to the highest bidder? Behavioral targeting… Continue reading Internet Privacy Protections Purged by Congress
When you follow this list, registering a domain will take less than 3 minutes. Learn each step, from finding the right domain name extension to getting around regulations requiring your personal information be made public.
Launching a new blog and branding it with a memorable domain name is an important part of establishing a successful online presence. But before you get started, a little due diligence is in order. Since you’ll be investing time, creativity, and your reputation in this blog, choose the blog domain wisely. Remember, a domain name is… Continue reading Three Must-do’s BEFORE Buying Your Blog Domain Name
A long time ago (nearly 20 years), there were just a few top level domains (TLDs), apart from a long list reserved for specific countries. They were .com, .org, .net, .int, .edu, .gov, .mil, and .arpa. As the Internet grew, people demanded more TLDs to make room for all the new web sites. The technical… Continue reading Why Are Prices Higher for Certain TLDs?
The numbers are in for the best-selling new domain extensions so far in 2017. Sales data of these new gTLDs is compiled from a variety of public records. However, the more established .COM, .NET, .ORG, .BIZ, and .INFO are excluded. Data Compilation Sources* ICANN IANA (Internet Assigned Numbers Authority) Trademark Clearing House Centralized Zone Data Service… Continue reading The Top 10 New gTLDs Sold in 2017 to Date