An online presence is a requirement for modern day businesses that want to prosper. But for most companies, that means more than just a website: it involves YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, a careers page, and more. And across each of these platforms or web pages, a strong, recognizable brand image must be present.
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It’s that time again! Bottoms Rupp Happy Hour is just around the corner and you won’t want to miss out on this one.
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If you own or even work for a small to medium-sized business, you know how difficult it can be to distinguish yourself online. Promoting your products and services via the web is tricky when you only have a matter of moments to capture visitors’ attention before they navigate away from your site. One way to reflect your brand’s personality is by using a New Domain in your URL.
How many domain names do you need for an online business? One? Three? Twelve?
We asked exactly that question in a recent survey conducted on Who.is. According to the results, 41.3% of survey takers believe that businesses need 2 to 4 domain names.
Why the need for multiple URLs? Maybe you want to protect your brand by registering your name on multiple top-level domains. Or perhaps you want a unique domain name that points to the area of your website that will be most useful to certain visitors.
But here’s the real question: How will having multiple domain names affect your search engine rankings?
Google has just announced how they are going to handle the ranking of the new domains like .news, .social, .ninja, and .video. The gist: they’ll be ranked exactly the same as .com and .net.
Ten year olds are on Meerkat. Your mom is Periscoping. That’s not an insult. It’s an actual thing. The gist is this: everyone is online and creating content but there are ways to stand out.
It’s the .NEWS release day. You can start registering .NEWS domains right now with Early Access Program pricing. The price will come down each day between now and Wednesday, July 15, when we reach the standard price point. This is the registry’s way of letting the market determine the price point for high-value .NEWS domains. You can still place .NEWS Preorders, including Preorders for EAP price points, so head to the .NEWS search page and find your domain.