Who Owns Your Domain?

Most people never give a second thought to domain ownership after registration. It’s one of those things that might cross your mind or prompt you to log in once a year, but as we see on a fairly regular basis, things can become difficult, or downright tricky, pretty quickly.

To find the domain name owner information, there are a few very simple and easy steps to follow by using the internet: To check the domain name registrant information, simply visit
whois.com

For assistance reviewing your domain details or purchasing a new domain, call (909) 483-6909.

Digital assets and property are something we need to get used to in this increasingly technical world. Items like domain names are often very closely tied to our identities, interests, families, income, and other parts of life.

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ALERT! If you are using a web service for your website, make sure you are listed as the Registrant and not your web designer.

Rock Your World!

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What’s trending in 2013? Where does your business fit in?  Were you rocking it out or hitting flats?

1. The Power of Women is Growing:  The number of women-owned businesses is up 54% in the past 15 years.

2. The Middleman is Becoming Extinct: Attributed to the growth of e-commerce and how end-users are transforming the buying process.

3. Entrepreneurs are Everywhere: The power of start-ups should not be underestimated; an abundance of people are turning hobbies into businesses via economic opportunity and necessity.

Where does your business stand on it’s identity and promotion?  Does your company have a credible website?  The end to 2013 is approaching. Will you Rock Your Business on the web or try waiting another year? Will you be left behind by your competitors?

What’s in a “Domain” Name?

Choosing a domain name can be as important to your company as choosing the company name. In fact, in several cases, companies have changed their name to their website domain because people recognized it more readily than the company name. So finding a domain name can be very important. Choose wisely. Your customers need to type your domain in, so keep your domain name to no longer than 30 to 40 characters. If you need some help selecting your domain name, it’s something we include in the web development process. If you need help researching a domain name, we can help you find one that is easily found.