When it comes to selecting the perfect domain for your website, the choices can be overwhelming. With numerous top-level domains (TLDs) available, it’s essential to understand the differences and the implications of your selection. In this article, we will delve into the world of .NET and .COM domains, comparing and contrasting the two, and ultimately… Continue reading Unlocking the Mystery: An In-Depth Analysis of .NET vs .COM Domains
LLL.com domains, also known as three-letter domain names, have become increasingly popular among domain investors, businesses, and entrepreneurs looking to establish a memorable online presence. The value of these domains can range from a few thousand dollars to hundreds of thousands, even millions of dollars. So, what makes some LLL.com domains so valuable compared to… Continue reading Unleashing the Power of LLL.com Domains: Understanding the Factors Behind Their High Value
First name one-word .com domains, such as Molly.com, are all the rage in the digital world. These types of domains are ideal for personal brands, blogs, and other online platforms, as they are short, memorable, and easy to recall. But what makes them so valuable? In this blog, we’ll uncover the factors that contribute to… Continue reading Unlocking the Secret of One-Word First Name .Com Domains: The Most Valuable Names and Their Prices
I have good news on domain names with .et extension. As of Stable Channel Release, version 38.0.2125.10, Google Chrome fully supports domain names with .et extension. Opera browser also got the issue fixed because it is built on Chromium open source project. It is a big step forward because .et is an important domain name extension. The extension allows for so many… Continue reading Thank You Google Chromium Team for Fixing .ET Domain Extension Problem
Less than 2 months ago, Google announced a beta service called Google Domains. I was offered to join Google Domains beta today. The current beta is for U.S only. Here are a few things I really like about Google Domains: $12/year that includes everything below. I like this idea because it helps customer release the headache… Continue reading Why I Moved All of My Domain Names to Google Domains
As you can see, I own the domain name vi.et, which is one of the very exclusive few .et domains that can be registered. There are only a handful of .et domains registered by others including: n.et intern.et p.et di.et s.et pock.et (Acquired by Read It Later, Inc) wallstre.et With this relatively new domain extension… Continue reading How I fixed .et not being able to be recognized on browsers problem
Short domains are not just for big businesses. They are also an attractive option for individuals and small businesses. For starters, they’re much easier to remember. It’s far less likely that someone will have the same domain name as you, which gives you a competitive edge over your competitors who only use long domain names.… Continue reading Where Do I Buy Short Domain Names and Domain Hacks?