Name.com Emerges from Rigorous One-Stopification Process

The Name.com dev team stepped out into the daylight and blinked at the big, big world. It was time for a shower and something other than processed cheese and potato chips. It was also time for something else: a celebration. A good party was in store because Name.com’s One Stopification was complete.

A developer’s diet. Exercise is also recommended.

Our staff of intrepid tech-addled engineers have grappled the once painful process of building a website and cocooned it into the amazing and easy-to-use PageZen web builder. They tore down the ominous mountain of Search Engine Optimization and downsized it to the simple, step-by-step SEO Tutor.

When you go to Name.com, you are now greeted with everything you need to build and optimize, monetize and securitize the website you need. But there’s more. We’re working on quick and easy tutorials for all our quick and easy services. That’s doubly quick and easy.

With our One Stopification complete, you’ll be able to build your own website in minutes. Tweak it how you’d like. Add what you like. Add PayPal, social media, videos, your own unique twists, colors, designs and propel your profits into the webosphere with all the benefits about you and your business.

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What One Stopification looks like.

We have the security, the SSL certificates, the domain names and the easy web builder with all the accessories. So you’re covered for small business, blogging and anything from domains to websites to ranking on the top search engines.

SEO Tutor starts at 36 bucks a month and you can do it yourself. Call that expensive SEO consultant and tell him you’re using the money you save to go to Mexico.

But we will still be here, One Stopified and ready with the same great customer support. It’s nice that some things never change.


Comments
Harvey Specter
Posted at 8:48 pm September 7, 2011
Jauhari
Author

Why new registration process much slower and sometimes un responding on me 🙁 this is didn’t good for my business…

Harvey Specter
Posted at 9:37 pm September 7, 2011
Anonymous
Author

Hey Jauhari, sorry to hear that the new registration process is much slower for you and sometimes doesn’t respond 🙁 could you provide a few more details? Do you mean the new search page layout makes it more difficult for you to select which domains you want to register? Or the search page loads slow, or the search results load slow? If you could also let us know what browser you are using, if you have any plugins installed, and what operating system you are on that will help us out too. Thanks for getting in touch, we’ll see if we can get this squared away asap!

PS if you click on the ‘legacy search’ link at the top it’s the old search page.

Harvey Specter
Posted at 10:00 pm September 7, 2011
Jauhari
Author

I don’t know what’s going on. but on Legally Search (old system) much faster on me. Maybe it’s happen when my internet connection really slowly and old search system still acceptable on it.

I know new search system try to add more web 2.0 with many round corner or whatever it said but for me old search is much clean and easy to navigate.

maybe integrate between new and old will be okay and acceptable for all Name.com user

This is my personal opinion…. 🙂

Harvey Specter
Posted at 10:06 pm September 7, 2011
Anonymous
Author

Your feedback is awesome Jauhari, we are actually rolling out another iteration of the new search either this afternoon or tomorrow which will be followed up by yet another tweaked version. We got a lot of feedback that a lot of our customers really liked the old legacy search page so we are trying to find a happy medium – great functionality with a polished look and feel.

Any further specific details you want to provide would be appreciated and listened to 🙂
Thanks again.

Harvey Specter
Posted at 10:14 pm September 7, 2011
Jauhari
Author

let’s us see it the modification first and maybe we can give another suggestion 🙂
Thanks for supporting our business, we hope we have great relationship as always

Sorry we have tiny question, how long domain transfer will be completed? We have authorized and when I check on
https://manage.name.com/transfers_in/view.php

our order not yet completes, it said in processing ….. *check the screenshoot

Harvey Specter
Posted at 10:35 pm September 7, 2011
Anonymous
Author

Sounds good and of course, we are here and happy to help! I see the screen shot but could you let me know your transfer ID number? Transfers can take up to 5 days depending on a few different variables (gaining registrar, losing registrar, domain holder). Looks like we still need to send the transfer authorization form, let me know the transfer ID and I can get that going for ya!

Harvey Specter
Posted at 10:40 pm September 7, 2011
Jauhari
Author

Here is more details screen shot included Transfer ID

Harvey Specter
Posted at 10:54 pm September 7, 2011
Anonymous
Author

Great, looks like the transfer is now in stage 4 which means we are waiting on approval from the losing registrar. That usually takes around 24 hrs but you could try to contact them to approve it faster.