I write a lot of blog posts here at Name.com. After all, it’s my job. But I also read a lot of blog posts to learn what’s happening in the industry and to see what types of content people are most interested in learning more about. Although there are a lot of great tech and domain blogs out there, there are five that I always find myself coming back to. If you’re in the web industry, you should add all of these domain blogs to your reading list.
Everything you need to know about Instagram Stories
Snapchat has been the reigning champion of the social media scene for quite some time, but Instagram’s new Stories feature could dethrone them from that coveted spot.
How to create a website if you can’t code
You’ve decided that it’s time to start a website—and that’s great news. Whether your website is for a small business, an online portfolio, or a personal blog, staring your own site is a huge step towards a new and exciting future. There’s only one problem: You don’t know how to code.
6 best practices for better email deliverability
Email is a great way to engage users with your business or website, let clients know about discounts and deals, and encourage repeat visits. But the time and effort you put into these emails is all for nothing if they end up in a spam folder. Follow these six best practices for better email deliverability.
Why you shouldn’t use a free hosting plan
There are a ton of options out there when it comes to choosing a reliable hosting plan, but one of the most common mistakes that people make when starting their website is choosing free hosting over a higher quality paid service
“But it’s free!” you say. And while yes, choosing a free hosting plan seems like an obvious win, there’s a lot more at stake than a few bucks saved on web hosting. A free hosting plan is less ideal than a normal, paid plan for the following reasons.