Introducing DigitalOcean at Name.com
Last year when we launched our new Name.com brand and website overhaul, we told our users that we wanted to create a simplified experience at Name.com that puts usability first. Since then, we’ve worked to identify our users’ pain points and build solutions to alleviate them.
Some of the biggest feedback we received while conducting interviews with our users was the lack of a quality cloud hosting experience provided by domain registrars. So when we began planning the launch of our own cloud hosting solution, we knew that a generic cloud hosting product would not provide the kind of seamless experience our users are looking for. We wanted to offer the best of the best.
That’s why we’re proud to announce our new partnership with DigitalOcean to provide access to an industry-revered, best-in-class cloud hosting experience, all managed via your Name.com account.
How to use Facebook groups to market your business and create a community
By Alisha Shibli
With over 2 billion monthly active users, Facebook has emerged as one of the most vital tools in any marketer’s arsenal. It provides an opportunity for brands to flaunt their personality and connect with their customers in a way that is much more intimate than traditional advertising could ever achieve.
If Facebook allows brands to forge meaningful bonds with their customers, Facebook groups provide the means to cement those bonds to form a community.
WonderlandMath.live | What an online learning experience teaches us about domain names
Online learning has exploded as of late, but Tim Guille of WonderlandMath.Live has a great idea: get a domain name that’s as intriguing as your best email subject line. You want people to click and see what you can offer. That’s what he’s discovered with the .live domain name. It describes what they do in that their educational experience is, in fact, live. Hear his story and that of WonderlandMath.live, and get insight into what it takes to be noticed online.
The April 2021 promo code is a classic delight
Welcome to April, folks. Use this promo code now through the end of the month to save on your .com and .net renewals.
It started as a party | The story of soul.camp
Two kids who went to the same summer camp connect later in life to start Soul Camp. It’s a business, but even more than that, it’s a party. Honestly, we’re not sure how business could be better. Ali Leipzig and Michelle Goldblum created a community at the first camp in 2014, and now maintain it with perseverance, creativity, and pretty awesome marketing. Here’s their story.