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How to Decide How Many Domains You Should Buy

There's no limit to the number of domains you can buy, but there are some general considerations every business should make.

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The Perfect Domain for Your Digital Campaign

Domain names are evolving. The range of options now available gives you the opportunity to shine and show your unique value.

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Five Ways to Help Customers Remember Your Business

In today's sea of advertising, making customers notice your business can be tough. Make a lasting impression with these tips.

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Short and Sweet: Benefits of Setting Up a Custom Link Shortener

You can set up your own shortened links using custom and unique domain names quickly and at a very low cost.

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"Promote and protect the natural environment of the canyon’s wildlife and plant life."

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The 13 Reasons Why Resources and Hotlines

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A Step-By-Step Guide to Registering Your Domain

Once you've discovered a domain name that works for your business, don't procrastinate. Register it immediately. With this guide, you'll be ready in no time.

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How to Deal if Your Dream Domain is Taken

The name of your business is almost always someone's first impression of it. You want one you love—and a domain name to match, but what if it's already taken?

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How TLDs Can Enhance Your Branding—Online and Offline

Newer TLDs were designed around communication and creativity, not computing. Here's how brands can turn the dot and everything after into branding customers will remember...

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Guardian Project creates easy to use secure apps, open-source software libraries, and customized mobile devices

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Inside Interview: An Exclusive Look at a $76,000 .INFO Acquisition

Just under a year ago, Swedish entrepreneur Jonas Bonde acquired the $76,000 domain name Car.info in one of the largest .INFO domain name sales of all time.

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As of mid-May, 2015, more than two-thirds of California is still suffering from “extreme” drought while almost half of the state is in “exceptional” drought.