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At surface value, you would say http://newyourkey.com and http://bagborrowsteal.com have nothing in common. One specializes in renting out designer bags to clients. The other keeps duplicates of people’s keys and delivers them whenever clients find themselves locked out of their own homes. These two sites have something in common, however. They both have a domain name. Domain names are registered for a minimum of one year and a maximum of ten. It may be sold, transferred, or allowed to expire. Many regard domain names as valuable tools for advertising and marketing. It is perhaps this perceived commercial value that lead to domain name abuses such as reverse domain hijacking and cybersquatting. The articles in this section are all about domain names.
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Best Pst Recovery Software To Repair Pst FilePosted by Nucleus Data Recovery. Published on Dec 19, 2009 Summary: Outlook repair software to repair PST file is available online if you find yourself in data loss situation that affects your day to day work processes. Domain Name Registration For New Internet Marketing BusinessesPosted by Traliece Bradford. Published on Sep 17, 2009 When starting any new internet business, setting up your domain name registration is one of the first steps in broadcasting your business image. A successful domain name is a key in driving massive amounts of traffic to your website. Why Your Domain Name Is Critical To Online SuccessPosted by Shannon Evans. Published on Sep 15, 2009 How do you choose a good domain name? Why should you fuss and bother so much over the agonizing process? Is it really that important to "get it right?" Who Owns A Particular Domain NamePosted by David Patullo. Published on Sep 13, 2009 There is an entity that actually takes responsibility of all domain names on the internet. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) oversees and has overall responsibility for controlling and managing the domain name system &#40;DNS&#41;. Selling Your Expired Domains On Auction Sites – Unexplained Secrets And Tips (part Ii)Posted by John Khu. Published on Sep 03, 2009 Selling your expired domains on auction sites is quite easy provided you learn and master the fundamental aspects of auction process. Quite a few number of auction sites allow you to sell your expired domains for a low set up and auction fee. Let It Speak For You: Domain NamePosted by codank. Published on Aug 30, 2009 The name of your website is just as important as many of the other Search Engine Optimization elements which you have to concentrate on. Choosing an appropriate domain name is essential to the success of any business?s website. If anyone advises you otherwise, they have no idea what they?re talking about. Domain Suggestion ToolsPosted by Sunil Tanna. Published on Aug 26, 2009 Regardless of whether you are starting a new business, or planning to expand an existing one by creating a new web site, it can be quite hard to find a suitable domain name that somebody else has not already registered. The reality is that most obvious domain names, the ones that are likely to occur to you at the beginning of your search for a suitable available name, have been registered long ago. Some people attribute this to cybersquatting or parked domains, but that's not really the case – t Domain Name Extensions â?? An Explanation That HelpsPosted by David Patullo. Published on Aug 23, 2009 The Universal Resource Locator or URL of your website basically consists of three parts, first, the prefix of the Internet, the World Wide Web, which is abbreviated by â??wwwâ?; second, the main domain name, the term that you give your website; and third, the domain name extension, also known as the top level domain, the suffix that closes the address of your website. Getting One Free Domains.Posted by anil1. Published on Aug 03, 2009 Free stuff sites make up a very decent percentage of all sites on the internet. You can get anything from free screensavers to free software to free iPods to free vacations on the internet. Obviously other than a very few select products none of them are 'truly' free. They are not even a 'shareware kind' of product. Most of these schemes will expect a certain action to be performed to claim the 'free stuff'. Domain Name AftermarketPosted by Sunil Tanna. Published on Jul 16, 2009 Domain names, are, for the most part, are sold on a first come, first served basis. That is to say, the first person to register any particular name, retains control of that name until they either transfer (often by selling) that domain name to another person, or fail to pay their annual renewal fee. This means that the person who is first to recognize the value in a previously unregistered domain name, can register it, and keep it until able to sell it for a profit. Since many types of domain Go to page:
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