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You’ve just had a fantastic meeting with a client. The requirement is exciting and the pay will be too. You are ready to start work as soon as possible. To your shock, things start to unravel right from the very first change request to the invoice date. What could have been done to prevent this? Most web professionals, unfortunately, do not sign written agreements with clients before starting work. This mistake could not only cost…

In our previous post talking about the 2013 ICANN RAA (Registrar Accreditation Agreement), we described the changes mandated for the public WHOIS format. Now, let’s take a look at another critical requirement from the RAA, which stems from the Whois Data Accuracy Specification. The requirements from this specification will have a considerable impact on customers and domain holders, and we are about to make certain changes in the system to fulfill them. Verifying the Registrant’s…

Upon signing the 2013 Registrar Accreditation Agreement there will be some critical changes to the system and obligations of a Reseller with respect to domain registration services. With a series of blog posts to come, we will highlight the changes Resellers can expect in the system which will go live by 1st January 2014. Today we want to talk about the change in the WHOIS output format prescribed by ICANN in the 2013 RAA According…