Losing a domain name is more than a slight inconvenience — it’s a big blow to your brand, your business, and your customer relationships. If you’re new to domains, you might not realize that they can expire, and that’s because domains aren’t a “one and done” type of purchase. When you register a domain name
A website is a valuable asset to have: It gives you an opportunity to differentiate from your competitors, attract customers, and make money. And when something is valuable, it deserves protecting. We’re here to help you understand and navigate the security issues your website faces so that you’re prepared to handle them should they occur.
The Internet is a busy landscape. As of January 2020, there were more than 1.74 billion live websites. While every website needs a domain name, not every person who registers a domain name actually builds a site and uses their domain. So, it’s safe to say that there are far more than 1.74 billion registered
Every domain name that’s been registered belongs to someone, and by default, that registration information is public. WHOIS is a way of storing that information and making it available for the public to search. In this post, we’ll dive into the WHOIS public database to understand what kind of information is stored there, why it’s
$160.3 billion dollars — that’s what Americans spent on e-commerce shopping in the first three months of 2020 alone. That number represents a 14.8 percent increase in e-commerce spending compared to the same period last year. Now, stop to think about how the novel coronavirus, Covid-19, has changed the way we interact in physical spaces.
If you’ve ever owned a brick-and-mortar business, you know the amount of painstaking consideration that goes into each decision you make regarding your physical location. What you may not realize is that you should put just as much effort and care into each decision you make when building your business’ website and digital presence. As
Can you believe it’s already March?! Seems like just yesterday we were toasting one another while wishing everyone a Happy New Year. And yet here we are, nearing the end of the year’s first quarter. If you’re looking to increase your sales before the month is out, you’re in luck — this is the blog
Creating a website is an exciting task. When you sit down to create a website you face a world of potential. There’s so much your website can do for you: Increase your sales, grow your customer base, help you network, assist you in your job search, or even build your blog’s readership. And that doesn’t
Valentine’s Day, Galentine’s Day, or Palentine’s Day — no matter what you celebrate, don’t forget to include your blog in the festivities. We promise that if you treat it well, it’ll take care of you in turn. Why start a blog in the first place? Bloggers we’ve talked to have described them as their passion.