Google+ always was two steps behind in the social media space. Google’s late to the game entry into the social media tidal wave always seemed an afterthought with both Google … Continue reading The End of Google’s Great Social Experiment – Google+ Shutting Down April 2nd
Starting on Thursday, February 15th 2018, Google turned on what they call “Ad Filtering” for their Chrome browser. What that means is Chrome will now block ads natively instead of you … Continue reading Google Now Blocking Ads in Chrome Natively
If you run a “Define:” search on the word “Exact” in Google you get this: Not approximated in any way; precise. Pretty close to what you were thinking, no? Well … Continue reading I Do Not Think It Means What You Think It Means
We previously published a couple of posts regarding social media usage among our customers. In our latest survey, we asked our customers what they thought was the most effective social … Continue reading What is the most effective social media platform to reach your audience?
Earlier in February I attended Oversee.net’s 8th annual 2013 WebFest Global conference (formerly DomainFest). I’ve been going to this conference every year since it started and over the past couple … Continue reading WebFest Global 2013: Mobile, Kardashian, and the Domain Industry Comes Full Circle
We are always working to provide our customers with more value, even a the beginning of a new year. We are happy to announce that $75 worth of free Yahoo! Bing … Continue reading $75 Yahoo! Bing Network Ad Credits for Hosting Customers
If I were to rank the questions we get in the sales inbox, the many variations of this question would probably rank in the top ten. Whenever we launch a … Continue reading How the heck do I sign up accounts using the Affiliate Program?
Often times we receive questions from customers asking if registering a domain name for more than one year has any positive impact on a web site’s search engine rankings. Unfortunately … Continue reading Multi-Year Domain Registration and SEO