Domain Names

Are you on the hunt for the best domain name registrar? We’ve researched this category extensively to provide you with individual, versus and comparison articles to help you find the best registrar for you. We even give you tips on choosing the best domain name for you and your visitors.

5 Pitfalls to Avoid When Buying a Domain Name

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Buying a new domain name might seem like the quickest and easiest part of launching your business online. But that’s where it can get dangerous – because your domain name is like your street address; actually more than that – it’s the deed to the property. If you lose control of it, you lose control of your entire online business, which can be a disaster. So don’t skip on the domain name step. Okay, then how to register a domain name you ask? I’ll take you through all the steps involved in securing your domain name, from finding if it’s available, researching the best alternatives if it’s not, buying it from a reliable vendor, and managing it down the road. I’ll help you avoid nightmare scenarios where you lose control of your domain name, or even worse, a competitors snaps it up, and your sales go to zero overnight. With a little preparation, it’s easy to avoid these pitfalls. I’m also prepared to answer any questions you have along the way…

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Domain Registrar Battle: Namecheap vs GoDaddy

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Are you ready to launch your website and need a place for it to call home? Choosing a domain registration service is one of the most important decisions you’ll make to get your website up and ready for business. But with hundreds of viable options, how do you know where to turn? Two of the most popular services are Namecheap and GoDaddy, and both are worth serious consideration. In fact, we chose Namecheap as our number one pick, and GoDaddy came in third in our comparison article Best Domain Registrar. But which one is best for your website? Keep reading to see how they stack up against one another in the battle of the big domain services…

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Does GoDaddy Live Up To Its Super Bowl Hype?

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Whether it’s a commercial with NASCAR front-woman Danica Patrick, or any other Superbowl-showcased ad on TV, GoDaddy.com has become the face of online domain registration. But since the site launched in 1997, GoDaddy.com has built itself into one of the Internet’s most prominent and multi-functional products but do they live up to the hype…

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Finding The Right Domain Name For Your Business

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Selecting a domain name is the first step in getting your business online. And because of the way domain names are treated by search engines, it’s a very important first move. You want to take your time selecting your domain name so you don’t have to go back and choose an alternative down the road and go through the lengthy process of redirecting website pages that search engines have already indexed…

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What’s The Cheapest Domain Registration Company?

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You’ve got your business up and running and now are looking to secure your online real estate with a corresponding domain name. There are so many domain registrars out there, how do you know which one to go with, and which is the most affordable? We’ve price checked the leading domain registrars and ranked them based on affordability…

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Search Friendly Domain and File Redirects

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As part of our series on domain names, we’re going to discuss web site redirects, and why and how they should be implemented. Traditionally redirects are used to guide a user to the new location of an outdated page. However, they are also important on the domain level. To be precise, one of the first …

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Parking vs Redirect vs Addon Domains – Which is Best?

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Should I park, redirect, or use add-on domains? Parking is a function of a DNS (Domain Name Server) entry, where the DNS zone for both the parked and original domains resolves to the same document root (the same content). This is what makes Drupal multisite installations possible (many sites can access one document root, but have their own settings, themes, etc. files to make them unique)…

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