by Greg Zuckerman | January 10 2017
2017 is the Year You Get the Domain Name You Really Want
by Greg Zuckerman | December 22 2016
‘Twas the Night Before Your Domain Expiration. What Now?
by Greg Zuckerman | December 13 2016
Holiday Domain Name Wish List for Small Businesses
by Greg Zuckerman | November 23 2016
Confused about buying a domain? Here’s how easy it is.
by Greg Zuckerman | November 9 2016
Why is a Domain Name So Important to a Business’s Credibility?
by Greg Zuckerman | October 31 2016
How Much Should Businesses Spend on a Domain Name?
by Greg Zuckerman | October 24 2016
Trick or Treat? 5 Scary Mistakes Businesses Make When Buying a Domain
by Greg Zuckerman | September 26 2016
Buying Your First Domain? Here are 5 Questions You May Have
by Greg Zuckerman | September 12 2016
4 Simple Steps to Buying Your First Domain
by Greg Zuckerman | August 29 2016
Domain Hacks for 2016: How to Get Your Domain for Less
by Greg Zuckerman | August 22 2016
Business Case Study: ‘Why Do I Need a Domain?”
by Greg Zuckerman | July 25 2016
Premium Domains: What to Consider Before You Buy
by Greg Zuckerman | July 11 2016
7 Common Questions about Buying Your First Domain Name
by Greg Zuckerman | June 27 2016
Fact or Fiction? 5 Newbie Myths about Buying a Domain for Your Business
by Greg Zuckerman | June 20 2016
Why Domains are a Smart Business Investment
by Greg Zuckerman | June 14 2016
How to Make Your Domain Easy to Remember
by Greg Zuckerman | May 16 2016
Why Domains are So Important for Credibility
by Greg Zuckerman | May 9 2016
Business Checklist: Do You Need a Domain?
by Greg Zuckerman | April 29 2016
What to Do Immediately After Buying Your Domain
by Greg Zuckerman | March 29 2016
7 Things to Consider for Your First Domain Name
by Greg Zuckerman | March 17 2016
Why Your Business Needs a Domain Name
by Greg Zuckerman | January 25 2016
Nearly 300 Million Domain Names Registered
by Greg Zuckerman | January 12 2016
7 Domain Name Mistakes to Avoid in 2016
by cheapdomains | December 29 2015
CheapDomains.com Lists Some of the Most Valuable Names in the World at ROTD Auction with NO RESERVE
by Greg Zuckerman | December 21 2015
7 ‘Secret’ Reasons Behind a Ridiculously High-Priced Domain
by Greg Zuckerman | December 15 2015
Holiday Domain Names: 4 Things to Consider
by Greg Zuckerman | December 11 2015
Why $10,000 for a Domain Name is Still Cheap
by Greg Zuckerman | December 8 2015
3 Signs That Some Dirt-Cheap Domains are Too Good to Be True
by Justin Lofton | October 16 2015
5 Tips For Choosing A Quirky Domain Name
by Justin Lofton | October 8 2015
Big .News for Rightside’s Latest gTLD?
by Justin Lofton | October 6 2015
New gTLDs & SEO: 5 Things to Consider
by Justin Lofton | August 30 2015
Thinking of Investing in Domains? Do Your Homework First
There's no denying that you can make a lot of money in the domain market – as long as you know what you're doing. Without the right knowledge or experience, you could easily lose a lot of money buying domains that nobody actually wants.
by Justin Lofton | August 22 2015
Advice to Presidential Candidates: Register Those Domains ASAP
Running for president of the United States? Here's a pro tip: register your desired – and undesired – domain names now, before someone else does.
by Justin Lofton | August 15 2015
.Com vs. new gTLDs – What’s Best for Your Domain?
For years, the .Com extension has been the obvious first-choice for most domain registrations. But with more than a thousand unique new extensions now available, the decision is no longer so easy.
by Justin Lofton | August 7 2015
7 Easy Ways to Save on Domain Name Registration
Registering a domain name usually isn't very expensive. But if you're like us, then you don't like paying more than you need to. Despite the general affordability of domain registration, there are several ways to get your domain for even cheaper.
by Justin Lofton | August 5 2015
Need a laugh? .LOL is here!
Get ready for some funny. The new gTLD .LOL entered the general availability period on August 11, which means anyone can now laugh their way to the bank with a .LOL domain.
by Justin Lofton | July 28 2015
7 Misconceptions about Buying Your First Domain Name
If you've never bought a domain name before, this blog post is for you.
While many of us have been entrenched in the domain industry for years, it's easy to forget that a very large portion of the population does not own domains or even know how to register one. Millions of people have seen ads for GoDaddy, especially when they've aired during the Super Bowl. But that doesn't mean everyone knows what the company does.
by Justin Lofton | July 20 2015
ICAAN Wants to Ban Whois Anonymity
One of the biggest stories to watch in the domain world right now is the development of ICANN's proposal to end anonymity in the Whois database. ICANN's proposal has stirred up a lot of controversy among both registrars and domain owners who argue that online privacy is an essential right.
by Justin Lofton | July 14 2015
6 Mistakes to Avoid When Buying a New gTLD
Over the past year, the new gTLD program has led to the release of more than 1,000 new domain extensions. But like every domain registration, you need to be careful about the name you choose and where you register it.
by Justin Lofton | July 7 2015
How to Make Money Buying & Selling Domains: Insider Advice
Ready to make money with domains? If you follow the industry, then you know there's a lot of money to be made by investing in the right names. But you should also know that nothing is guaranteed.
by Justin Lofton | June 30 2015
How will the new gTLDs impact social marketing
While hundreds of new gTLDs have been released over the last year and a half, we're still in an infancy stage – it's too early to tell exactly how these new extensions will shape the internet, or how brands will use them in their digital marketing.
by Justin Lofton | June 23 2015
How to Make an Offer for a Domain that’s Already Registered
You've just thought of the perfect domain name. It's unique, catchy, memorable, and it totally captures the essence of your new website. There's just one problem. The domain is already taken.
by Justin Lofton | June 17 2015
Milk.com up for grabs at $10 million
Back in 1994, a computer programmer named Dan Bornstein registered milk.com for a very specific reason: he wanted a personal email address. He didn't think of it as investment, he recently told Vice.com. He wasn't planning on making any money. At the time, he was jumping from job to job, and he hated having to tell his friends and family about a new email address each time. So he registered milk.com to have his own personal account and start a very basic website, which hasn't changed much over the past two decades.
by Justin Lofton | June 10 2015
5 Reasons Why It Matters Where You Register a Domain Name
Choosing a registrar is one of the first steps to buying a domain name. Since there are hundreds of registrars to choose from, you might assume that it doesn't really matter where you register. But while many of these registrars may seem similar, there can be some very big differences between them. Before you buy your domain, it's best to compare your options. Here are 5 important reasons why.
by Justin Lofton | June 2 2015
WSJ: Buy Your Child a Domain Name
When having a baby, parents are typically showered with all the usual baby gifts: clothes, diapers, toys, books, and so on. But none of these compares to the ultimate gift for newborns, according to Ted Jenkin in a recent editorial for the Wall Street Journal.
Jenkin argues that "the single best baby gift that you could ever give a newborn" is domain name.
by Justin Lofton | May 25 2015
.XYZ surpasses 900,000 registrations
.XYZ has reached a new milestone.
The controversial new gTLD, which was reportedly given away for free initially to some customers by Network Solutions, has surpassed 900,000 registrations. It's the first new gTLD to reach the milestone, according to DomainNews.com.
by Justin Lofton | May 19 2015
Defunct CNNsi.com Sells for Only a Few Grand
Once intended to be the premier online resource for sports news and information, CNNsi.com is now completely gone, including its domain name.
by Justin Lofton | May 13 2015
Domain Name SEO: With or Without Hyphens?
One of the most frequently asked questions regarding domain-name SEO is: "Is it better to have a domain name with or without hyphens between the words to boost SEO."
by Justin Lofton | May 5 2015
How to File a UDRP Complaint
In our last post, we discussed what you should do if you receive a UDRP complaint (Uniform Domain Name Resolution Policy). But what if you're on the other end of a potential trademark infringement claim?
by Justin Lofton | April 28 2015
What to Do if You Receive a UDRP Complaint?
In a recent blog post, we explained how Donald Trump and his companies were able to claim ownership of the domain TrumpCard.com through a UDRP complaint. But have you ever considered what you'd do if you received a UDRP complaint about your own domain?