How To Search For And Buy A Domain Name

If you’re trying to find a domain name for personal branding, your business, your products, or your services, Namecheap offers a great search for finding one: Find a domain starting at $0.88 powered by Namecheap 6 Tips On Choosing And Buying A Domain Name Here are my personal opinions on choosing a domain name: The shorter the better – the shorter your domain, the more memorable it is and easier to type so try to

Zyro: Easily Build Your Site Or Online Store With This Affordable Platform

The availability of affordable marketing platforms continues to impress, and content management systems (CMS) are no different. I’ve worked in a number of proprietary, open-source, and paid CMS platforms over the years… some incredible and some quite difficult. Until I learn what a clients’ goals, resources, and processes are, I don’t make a recommendation on which platform to utilize. If you’re a small business that can’t afford to drop tens of thousands of dollars on

How A Rogue, Hacked Subdomain Got My Primary Domain In Trouble with Google!

When a new service hits the market that I want to test out, I typically sign up and give it a test run. For many platforms, part of the onboarding is to point a subdomain to their server so you can run the platform on your subdomain. Over the years, I’ve added dozens of subdomains that pointed to different services. If I got rid of the service, I often didn’t even bother cleaning up the

What is a TLD? Top Level Domains Explained

If you parse any domain name, the top-level domain is the last section after the last dot. That’s the highest level within the hierarchy of a domain name. So, for martech.zone, the TLD is .com. When the web was first launched in the United States, it was fairly easy to remember domain names. .com meant you were on a company’s site, .org meant that you were on a non-profit’s site, .edu meant that you were

The Gold Rush for Top Level Domains

If you’ve not heard all the noise about TLDs, you probably aren’t a billion dollar company (that’s sarcasm). Personally, I despise the fact that the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has put these up for sale out of the reach of any average small business. It costs $185,000 to apply and $25,000 per year to maintain a custom TLD. This is the first time, in my opinion, the guardians of the web