Now your insanely active brain has a domain

Something happens to your brain with technology. It’s as if it’s been waiting for millennia, for thousands of generations, to have the chance to do as much as the internet allows you to do. The upside to digital innovations is that someone can now start a colossal company from their mother’s basement. The downside is that you’re supposed to start a colossal company from your mother’s basement.

5 Best Books for Social Media Marketing

There are a lot of books available that offer tips on social media marketing. Because there are so many books out there, it can be difficult to decide which books to read and which have the highest quality information. To avoid reading unnecessary books or repetitive information, we’ve compiled a list of the 5 best books to boost your social media marketing efforts. These books are not just about social media, but also business, behavior, and general marketing. All of the books have one major commonality: a theme of persuasion and understanding consumer behavior. Even just reading one of the following books will help you become a better social media marketer and strategic thinker.

Want free DNS management? We’ve got it

A lot of scary words get tossed around when you start creating your first website: SSL certificates, VAT IDs, name servers. And then there are DNS records: Those mysterious things that you know are super important but you just can’t wrap your head around what they are—much less manage them. And worst of all, some companies (we won’t name names!) charge you for it every month.

But you don’t have to be an internet guru to have and manage your own website. Getting online should be easy. That’s why has free DNS tools that can make all those scary, confusing internet things a little less frightening.

So you have an expiring domain…what now?

Maybe you got that dreaded email. Maybe you noticed it in your account portal. But the truth remains: One of your domains is expiring. What’s a website owner to do?

Renewing your domain before it expires is always a good idea—that way, you don’t have to deal with interrupted web service or risk losing your domain name to another person. Because most domains can only be registered for up to 10 years (and for some, even less), you will periodically need to renew your domains to continue ownership of them. The domain expiration process will vary based on your domain intentions and how proactive you are with renewing them.

Rembrandt: Social media branding made easy

Have you ever created a new brand only to find that social media handles of the same name were already taken? Not a fun experience.

If you’re very ambitious, you might check ahead of time to make sure your brand name is available across all platforms. While we give you serious props for that, there are likely more valuable ways to use your time than jumping from social platform to social platform, trying out different handles. But we have some good news: There’s a tool that will handle social media branding for you.