Written by Martin Lemieux
What is Domain Name Backordering? Watch Out For This One! By:Martin Lemieux
Domain names are the hottest net-real-estate on the internet.It's no wonder services like: "Domain Name Backordering" isavailable to the public. Can someone really backorder yourdomain right from underneath you? Guess again...
So what is Domain Name Backordering?
This is a service that allows anybody on the internet to reservea domain name if and when it goes up for sale! This doesn't seemharmful does it? Guess again...
Companies all over the internet are ordering this service forwebsite url's that seem to be popular! What if by chance youjust happen to forget to re-order your domain name? Let's saythat you go on vacation and neglect to check your emails thatare now telling you to renew your domain name? In this case,another company on the other side of the planet sees the factthat your domain name is soon up for grabs, so they order abackorder on your domain name and simply wait to s
Written by Pinyo Bhulipongs
Just like any business, your identity is very important. On theWorld Wide Web, your domain name is your identity. Of course,you can opt for a subdomain name that comes with many free webhosting like http://yourdomain.netfirms.com. But if youare serious about being successful on the Internet, you have toget your own domain name, likehttp://www.yourdomain.com.
Written by Paras Shah
Chief Technology Officer
VIP PowerNet, Inc.
Domain names are no longer a web address these days. Manyprofitable companies have been built around their domain namemaking it the brand and the company. Choosing the right domainshould be as important as naming your product. Given thatstatus, here are some pointers ho
Written by Bobby
Choosing the right domain name can be hard. Everyone wants a..com, but all the good .com's are taken. So it comes down tocompromise, when your HEAR a website's domain, that is .org or..net. You still type in .com. That is where .info and .biz comein. Most people have not heard of .info and .biz, so they aremore likely to remmeber it. If you heard yahoo.net and two hourslater you decided to go there. You would still type in .com. Ifyou heard yahoo.biz it is more likely to stick with you. So nexttime you are looking at a domain , consider the alternative .bizand .info.
Written by Domains Expert
Free stuff sites make up a very decent percentage of all siteson the internet. You can get anything from free screensavers tofree 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 beperformed to claim the 'free stuff'.
Normally, signing up to an offer from an advertiser, referringfriends to a site or service or buying a related product all areexamples of the 'actions' expected. For example, the free iPodoffer that took over the internet by craze works on the premisethat each person will refer 5 of their friends to the scheme aswell as sign up to a few sponsor offers himself.
What is surprising is that out of all these offers, there arevery few that are webmaster-centric. You hardly find offers forfree domains, free webhosting or free traffic when you sign upfor an offer. This is probably
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