Hello all! Got a message that the .net pricing is going to be increased. That means I gotta increase as well. Good news is they're only going up $1. Not the biggest deal in the world, but I thought I'd keep you posted. This will effect all domains as of Feb 1, 2018. Domain Pricing Changes .net new price's are as follows: 1 - 4 years: $17 / year 5+ years: $16 / year
Hey Guys! It's been a while since a post and there's some new stuff to keep you up on. Sorry for the lack of posts and whatnot, but I've been busy which is great! Here's some small updates to keep you posted on. Domain Pricing Changes All right. For the first time in 5 years, I've had to update some domain prices. First up is .org & .net. The new price's are as follows: 1 - 4 years: $16 / year 5+ years: $15 / year Second is are .com's. The new pricing is as follows: 1 - 4 [...]
I've bought, owned and use some fun domain names. I'm a pretty big advocate of owning more than one domain name and for good reason...Domain names are cheap!!! You can generally purchase a .com domain name for anywhere between $9 - $15 (and often you can find promotions for 'non-.coms'.) That's a small investment for a potentially great return. Below you'll find some suggestions on when and why you might want to think about buying a new domain: For A Single Product, Service or Package Buying domain names for a single product, service or package is something that is done on [...]
Transferring domains can be a daunting task, but if you can follow the process of what happens it may help in making the process a little less stressful. There are 5 basic steps in transferring a domain name. If you’re uninterested in the process and just want it transferred away from your current registrar (and hopefully to ours) you can scroll to the bottom where you’ll find links to specific instruction for moving your domain away from top domain registrars. It can be a little frustrating and annoying but (most of the time) the first three steps are something [...]
Do you know what TLD is? Don't be too embarrassed. It stands for 'Top Level Domain' and to put it simply it's what comes after the "." in your domain name. It could be a .com, or a .net...and even and .us. If you'd like to be a nerd then you can find out more on Wikipedia. You can also get a brief history of gTLD's (or Generic TLD's) that were first introduced in the 80's on the ICANN website. These included the ever popular .com, .net, .org, .edu, .gov, .int and .mil. Enough about TLD's though, let's get [...