We swear we’re not obsessed with pasta. But we usually brainstorm promo codes right before lunch, so perhaps we have Asian and Italian cuisine on our brains. That might explain recent promo codes like LASAGNA, NOODLE, and your May 2015 promo code, RAMEN.Read More
Are you trying to get more YouTube subscribers? With a little work and experimentation, you can quickly boost the amount of people who are ready to watch your newest videos. Here are some ideas on how to get more YouTube subscribers:Read More
The best part about New Domains? They say what you do, and how good you are at doing it.
No matter what you do for a living or what your hobbies are, having an online presence is important. If you’re looking for a job, people will be Googling you. If they’re looking for information about your business, they’ll be Googling you. If you meet someone offline and want to tell them about your website, you want to make it easy to remember … so that they don’t have to Google you.Read More
We’ve got a new weekly sale at Name.com, and it’s called Bottoms Rupp. Think of it as a weekly domain happy hour. Each Thursday from 3–5 p.m. MST, Name.com Account Manager John Rupp will drink beer and announce a limited-time promo code. The code is only good during that time frame, and will be different each week.
Here’s the Bottoms Rupp page—bookmark it and come back each Thursday (starting today!) to see what John Rupp has in store for you. We’ll also announce that it’s Bottoms Rupp time on Facebook and Twitter, and we’ll post a reminder on our home page.Read More
This month we have a very special Pi day. Not only will it be 3/14, but we will have an extended version of Pi in our day! The date will read 3/14/15… which matches up with 3.1415! It’s incredible. We know … your mind is blown. Because this is an extra special Pi day, we’ve decided to make our March 2015 promo code… 31415! When you type the promo code “31415” in at check out, the price of .COM and .NET renewals and registrations drops down to just $10.25.
The code also works for 25% off .SOCIAL and .REVIEWS registrations (no premiums). That means that non-premium .SOCIAL domain names are only $9.99 this month, and non-premium .REVIEWS are just $6.75.
Blog posts that you might enjoy from last month:Read More
Our website builder was already pretty awesome. It allows you to create an attractive, professional website—that will look great on any device—without having to know anything about DNS, HTML, CSS, etc.
Now it’s even better. We just added an ecommerce feature, making it easy to create an online store and sell your products and services. You can build a catalog with unlimited items, accept payment from credit cards or PayPal, and manage your shipping and deliveries.Read More
We hope all of your Superb Owl Sunday wishes came true, whether you were rooting for seagulls or minutemen or any other sort of pigskin-wielding professionals. And now that the big game is over, we have a major sale to announce:Read More
Want to manage your domains at Name.com AND create custom email addresses AND have a Gmail inbox AND be able to collaborate in Google Drive with your coworkers?
We know that sounds like a lot of awesomeness to handle all at once. But it’s a real thing. Name.com is now offering the full Google Apps for Work suite. It’s your domain, combined with all of the awesome cloud-based apps—Gmail, Hangouts, Docs, Sheets, etc.—that Google provides. You can even try it for free for 21 days.Read More
Sure, there are companies and organizations that are perpetually doing good. For charities, foundations, and many non-profit organizations, that’s their purpose—to do good. For them, .GIVES domain names are obviously perfect.
But .GIVES is not only for the Crème de la crème of human goodness. It’s also for those companies selling siding or that have a room full of telemarketers struggling to make friends over the phone. No matter the main focus of your company or industry, you can improve its perception by being a bigger and better part of the community. Companies with .GIVES domains make it easy (and obvious) to show that they care about making positive change in the community.Read More
This post is meant to give you recommendations on how to prevent a potential domain hijack before it happens, because once a domain transfers to another registrar it can be difficult to re-acquire, especially if the transfer was in compliance with ICANN policy. If the registrar is not willing to transfer the domain back into your control then your options for recovery become very limited.Read More