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Tag Archives: country domains

May, 2009

  • 15 May

    Finding out more about a domain with Whois

    Whether you are interested in buying a domain name, initiating a trademark dispute, offering a business deal to the owners, or simple good old fashioned spying, there are plenty of online tools available to help make your job a little easier. One of the most commonly used domain information gathering …

  • 14 May

    Determining Domain Name Value: Part II

    In Determining Domain Name Value: Part I, two important aspects of domain name value were discussed. Not only is it necessary to take a name’s extension into consideration when doing an evaluation, but keyword popularity is very important, too. These two factors are just the tip of the iceberg. There …

  • 14 May

    Study: Other TLDs Important, .Com Still King

    Domain giant Sedo recently conducted a survey at Internet World 2009. Out of the 100 participants polled, two-thirds said that a site’s domain extension says a lot about its credibility. While 90% of those surveyed own a .com domain, 45% said they use .uk as their main domain. In addition, …

  • 13 May

    Determining Domain Name Value: Part I

    After registering a domain, some may ask the question, “How much is my name worth?” Most see a domain as just an address for their website, a mile marker of sorts. The right name can help drive traffic to a website, but like a piece of land or stock, can …

  • 11 May

    CEO: ICANN should be independent

    In an interview with the San Francisco Chronicle, ICANN CEO, Paul Twomey has responded to last week’s calls by EU commissioner Viviane Reding to turn over ICANN to a 12-body international coalition (dubbed the G12). Twomey agrees with Reding’s belief that the United States Department of Commerce should release ICANN, …

  • 1 May

    The Benefits of a Top Level Domain

    Many people who find themselves needing websites are neither technology experts nor do they have the time to work out every detail. A person might know nothing more than the fact that his business is missing out on a larger market by not having a web presence. Such a business …