We’ve talked about why Whois Privacy is important before, but many people don’t understand just how annoying it can be when the nefarious spammers of the internet get a hold of your contact information. So we thought a little visual could help.
Our web hosting got a makeover—check out the new features
How to create great content for your website
Your website may have intuitive design, a flawless user experience, and compelling imagery—but at the end of the day, none of that matters if you’re lacking one very important thing: great content. Name.com’s Content Manager Ethan Conley and I recently sat down to talk about what it takes to create an incredible content strategy for your website.
How to start a blog on WordPress
Blogging has become incredibly popular over the past few years, and can be a great source of information and entertainment for online users. If you’d like to start your own blog for fun or for business purposes, WordPress is one of the best platforms available for hosting your website. Let’s walk through the steps it takes to start your own blog on WordPress.
New SEO study provides further evidence that New Domains can rank well organically
3 free places to learn how to use Adobe Photoshop
If you have created your own website before, you know that compelling imagery is one of the best ways to give your site personality and make it stand out from the crowd. Whether it’s creating a custom banner for your header or improving the photos you post, knowing how to use Adobe Photoshop can be a huge plus. Check out these helpful (and free!) resources to help you learn to use Photoshop.
5 unique one-page websites created with Prologue
Although our newest one-page website builder Prologue was only launched a short time ago, it’s been fun to see the variety of pages our users have already created. We’ve highlighted a few examples we love in this post. So strap in and get ready to be inspired.
Dispute between Google and Symantec leads to uncertainty over EV SSL certificates
The Google Chrome team recently announced a proposal to immediately stop recognizing Extended Validation status for all Symantec SSL certificates in the Chrome browser, and to eventually require revalidation and replacement for all Symantec-issued certificates.
In the near term, if Google moves forward with it its proposal, websites with Symantec EV SSL certificates will no longer display a green bar that indicates extended validation (in the Chrome browser). The long-term consequences aren’t as certain at this point.
Introducing Prologue: A simple way to take control of your online brand
Have you ever wished that creating a professional looking online presence was as easy as filling out some information and clicking a couple of buttons? Well with Prologue, now it is.
3 extra ways to secure your Name.com account
Want some additional protection for your Name.com account? There are a few extra security features you can opt into to decrease the chances of your account getting accessed by an outside party.