One of the many reasons that our customers are the best in the world is that they contact us whenever something doesn’t seem right. That’s how we found out that a bunch of weasels (or perhaps a lone weasel) were sending fake Name.com emails to phish personal information. Not cool.
Getting the most out of freelancing, your business and name.com | The Web Address New Years Re$olutions
In what could be the most comprehensive Web Address ever, we talk to three people about getting the most out of 2015. You have new goals and resolutions, and we think you’ll find information to help you with any endeavor you choose. We bring in Jon Liu, our intrepid icon of our user interface, to explain how you can get more out of Name.com. With our new, more responsive site you can buy and manage your domains wherever you go. And then there’s URL Forwarding. It’s the easiest way to get the most out of your web properties.
It’s all about the picture. It’s not that people don’t want to read (well, not always), it’s that people don’t have the time to read. Besides, what attracts you more: an intriguing photo or a huge clump of words? Right. That’s why I’ll keep this description to a minimum.
This week’s Web Address features Craig Walker, two-time Pulitzer Prize photographer from the Denver Post. He’s shared stories from around the world with pictures that have truly touched the lives of millions. He joins us to help you get a better photo.
The brand new domain name .REVIEWS is here, and it’s making it easier than ever for people to discover the Yelp or TripAdvisor reviews that are posted about your business.
At name.com we like public relations advice as much as any business, but we would be remiss to say that we weren’t overwhelmed with giddiness to hear what Doyle Albee has to say about taking on big issues in a way that makes you look good while actually doing good. So we highly suggest that you watch this month’s Web Address. Mr. Albee, co-owner of Metzger/Albee PR, lays down his decades of experience in a candid, funny and informative way. He reminds you of your access to the biggest megaphone on the planet, that news reporters would like your help (not your generic press release,) and how he helped turn around one of the biggest gaffes in corporate history. He also shares that if you have a job traveling the world taking pictures of beautiful people drinking beer, then maybe you’ve found your place in life. Thankfully for us, Albee moved on from that early (yet awesome) gig to garner a world of PR experience to share in this month’s Web Address.