Subscribers – A Valuable Resource

A friend of mine was all applause for a standup comedian after watching his YouTube video. A simple request by the comedian to hit the ‘subscribe’ button and press the ‘bell icon’ led to my friend watching more of his videos and finally attending live shows of the artist! Multiply this a thousand times and you will be able to identify the potential of ‘subscribers’ to your business. Be it stand up comedy, a financial education website/channel, your software services channel or a professional blog, if you are able to get more subscribers on your side, your business has a […]

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easy ways to migrate your WordPress blog

Easy ways to migrate your WordPress blog

Whether it’s because your current website is too slow or you just want a better WordPress hosting plan that fits your blog’s growth, moving a WordPress blog or website is something that you’re going to have to deal with. Migrating a WordPress website (while avoiding downtime I might add), can seem intimidating to anyone, especially if you’re not tech savvy and are unfamiliar with the process. If the thought of dealing with WordPress migration gives you a cold sweat, then worry not! We’ve got a couple of great tips that you can use to make the migration of your WordPress […]

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How to Turn Down Customer Requests Courteously

On our social media, we often joke about how many changes we as developers & designers receive from clients with the hashtag #webdesignerproblems. Funny as it may be, in real life, it can be frustrating to have to re-do images or implement the client’s changes because he’s either unsure of what he wants or is over ambitious or simply, hard to please. In this article, we’ll discuss how to turn down such requests politely (this applies to any type of customer request). Genuinely listen to your customer’s request First off, hear your customer out. Hearing him out lets your customer […]

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A few tips on how to use SSH like a pro

What is SSH? SSH or Secure Shell is a powerful protocol to keep a computer network secure through strong encryption and authentication. Why use SSH? You might have multiple computers either at home or office and wish to perform the following functions : Copy/move files from one computer to another/server Remotely operate another computer’s account Move files from / to your web hosting server where your websites are hosted SSH keeps these network connections more secure than other protocols available such as Telnet, FTP and RCP and more specifically protects your network from attacks such as : DNS spoofing IP spoofing […]

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The Case For Improving the UX of Your Terms and Conditions Page (and 6 Easy Ways To Do It)

When it comes to designing or improving the UX of a website, how often do you consider your terms and conditions page? My guess: hardly ever. I know what you’re thinking, “why spend time improving a page that 99% of people don’t read when I should be working on my homepage, pricing page, checkout page, etc?” To be clear, you should definitely pay more attention to the design of these pages, but there is a case to be made for giving some tender love and care to your terms page. This article outlines three reasons why you should, and offers […]

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New gTLD Report – August 2016

In our last month’s report we witnessed the stellar performance of  .TOP & .XYZ. It’s really not much of a surprise to see them in our top 5 new gTLD adds for the month as their performance is fairly consistent. .BID is our new addition to this month’s report while the rest of the names are surely ones that you find to be familiar. As usual, the Radix domain names continue to be a part of our top 15. Have a look at the numbers below for more details. Create pie charts 1) It’s .TOP and .XYZ once again!: .TOP […]

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.ONLINE – The Trending TLD

With new domain extensions cropping up almost everyday, it seems easy for a single TLD to get lost in the crowd and difficult for you as a reseller to decide which TLD to side with. Let’s declutter it for you with some statistics. .ONLINE – The Record Breaker Since its launch, .ONLINE has been breaking records – closing with 1130 Early Access Program orders – the highest EAP registrations by any extension. The extension again broke all records when it went live almost a year ago, registering 28000+ domains in the first 30 minutes in the General Availability Phase! Why is .ONLINE […]

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New gTLD Report – June 2016

June has been an exciting month in terms of numbers. There was one TLD that owned 95% of the percentage share! No prizes for guessing which extension that was. Take a look at the report below with the highlights: Create pie charts 1) .XYZ count soars with 2¢ promo: .XYZ is a very popular TLD – the highest selling new gTLD (according to ntld stats) and latest registration numbers were exceedingly high thanks to you. Since the .XYZ domain completed 2 years in the industry, the registry decided to sell the domain at an unbelievable price of 2¢ for 2 […]

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