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Going global: A quick guide to international digital marketing

By Gary Viray

Globalization was once a dream for many of us who cannot afford to set up our own business in different parts of the world. That notion has changed as we are ushered into the digital era, where everything and anything can be accessed through the internet.

Having a solid digital marketing strategy is just the first step in conquering the global stage. Businesses looking to promote their brand on an international level can be risky, but it can yield a larger stream of revenue if done correctly.

However, joining the global mix isn’t as simple as declaring that you can offer services worldwide—changes must be made to your website and digital marketing strategy for this to work. Before you work on globalizing your brand, do your research and see if it will work out for you.

Ready? Let’s start!

The hijacking of David Walsh

He hit us up on Twitter. Could we help him get his domain back?

davidwalsh.name hadn’t been stolen from us, but whoever hijacked it had transferred it to Name.com before moving it to another registrar.

Inspired, we Tweeted back that we were going to try and get it. Even though it seemed pretty close to impossible.

Easy ways to set up a “Domain for sale” page

If you are a domain investor, inbound leads can be one of the best ways to find people and businesses interested in purchasing the domains you have for sale. Rather than just listing your domains on Sedo or Afternic and hoping for the best, creating “Domain for sale” pages associated with the domain you’re trying to sell is a good way to let people know that they’re available for purchase.

These are the two easiest ways to create a Domain for sale page.