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Category - Domain Names

What Happens When Your Domain Name Expires

If you run a website for personal or business use, the most basic, fundamental task you need to do on a yearly basis is to ensure your domain name is renewed. To put it in simple terms, your website consists of two things: the actual content that...

How to Register To Be Released (TBR) Domains

Just as thousands of new domains are registered every day, many are cancelled or are not renewed. These domains, about to be released (TBR for short) from their current owner become available to the public, but this happens through a unique process...

8 Common Domain Name Mistakes You Need to Avoid

Choosing a domain name is something every individual or business who wants a web presence has to do. There are about 350 million registered domain names out there. How many of them have avoided the pitfalls? Does it matter what your domain name is...

How to Redirect your Domain to another URL

Sometimes, you may find yourself in a situation where you want to redirect your domain to another URL. It could be that your web domain has changed, or that you’ve bought some extra domains that users frequently mistake for yours, so you can...

Using Subdomains: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

If you have a section of your website that exists sort of independently from the rest of your site, you may want to consider using a subdomain for this section to set it apart. A subdomain (like subdomain.yourdomain.com) is more closely affiliated...

Canadian domains

Registering a .ca Domain [INFOGRAPHIC]

Our blog post “How to Register a .ca Domain and Why” recently showed you the exact steps of registering a Canadian domain, and why every Canadian business should turn to local extensions. Satisfied with the positive reactions, we turned...