Right now, during the intensity (insanity?) of a midterm election, .DEMOCRAT domain names are only $24.99.
The easy sell here is that with $7 billion spent during the 2012 Presidential cycle, then what’s $24.99 for a .DEMOCRAT domain? But the truth is that only a very small percentage of candidates have even a thousand bucks—let alone a BILLION—to spend on their campaigns, so before you drop a single dime, make sure you’ve got the right domain and the right website.
When we last left off, we were explaining how you can get a free .BIKE domain name. It all starts…and finishes…with Adam Jensen, name.com support legend and rapidly ascending road bike racer. Every weekend he races, and every weekend he gets closer and closer to victory. And here’s the deal: when he wins a race, the first 20 people to contact jared at name dot com (upon our announcement of the victory on YouTube and this blog) win a .BIKE domain for their website.*
In less than two weeks, the much anticipated .NINJA becomes available! Yes, that’s right, you’ll be able to get yourname.ninja! That’s pretty sweet and we’re beyond excited about this. Why is everyone at name.com so thrilled about this you ask? We’re obviously excited because ninjas are awesome. We can prove the awesomeness of ninjas by sharing three of the best ninja facts we know:
When ninjas eat a cheeseburger, it turns into a salad in their stomach.
Is it me, or do you need a domain? What about a new New Domain (Mind = Blown)? That’s twice the new for the price of one! And now, we have discounted them even further! For a limited time we’ve been able to drop prices on the following domain names, including .GURU, .PHOTOGRAPHY and .LINK.
The New Domain .DANCE is finally in general availability (GA)! That means that anyone who wants a .DANCE domain name can now get a .DANCE domain name. If you need a great website for your dance studio, or you’re a choreographer, or you’re anyone with rhythm and/or talent who needs some help getting your name out there, then find the .DANCE that is right for your business.
Also, in honor of this momentous occasion, we decided it would be a great idea to get you as pumped up about about this New Domain as we are.
Does the world even know they have a choice? Do they know about the internet freedom granted by the New Domains? You walk up to people on the street and they think we must be confusing .NINJA with .INFO. But it can happen—you can get the domain name you want. You don’t have to settle for numbers or hyphens or awkward spellings of common words. YOU CAN GET THE DOMAIN NAME YOU WANT!
This month, the U.S. government announced that the Department of Commerce would relinquish its remaining oversight and control over domain functions and IP addresses, handing total control to ICANN. Thanks to this proposed shift, there have been a lot of news headlines proclaiming that the NTIA has announced the transition of IANA functions solely to ICANN.
NTIA talking about IANA and ICANN.
NTIA. IANA. ICANN.
If the alphabet soup wasn’t confusing enough, many articles in mainstream media are weighted with a healthy dose of fearing Russia, China, government intervention, and loss of control.
What’s really going on, how important/risky is the proposed shift, and how can you get your voice heard on the matter? We took some time to break this down into easily digestible info for the normal reader who’s not fluent in domain industry acronyms.
Another week of the Early Access Program to New Domains from Name.com is here. That means you can purchase the domains you’ve been eyeing and start using them immediately—even before before the general availability date!
“If you can teach people to dance, it behooves you to save people from those who can’t.” -Pretty Much Anyone Who’s Ever Been on a Dance Floor
Talented people, it’s time to share your skills. Yes, you might have a website for your dance academy or instructor studio, but we think they’re getting lost in the shuffle … or two step or the WWW (Wild Web-based Whirl) of the Internet.
It’s time to stand out because people need you. Not just those who can’t dance and are still out there and dangerous to others whenever the Ramones come on, but for those girlfriends, wives, first dates, and prom crushes who have been left to hunker down and hope their partner doesn’t Disco Sprinkle during a waltz. How many times will the drunken Mony Mony have to suffice as the one time you can get your rhythm impaired partner on the dance floor?