Tag Archives | domains
Event focussing on the country codes in the Baltic region.
We’ve been offering .ie domain names for more than 15 years. Over that time the rules, processes and prices for IE domains have evolved considerably. Back in 2003, for example, the wholesale price was €50. To register a .ie domain name at the time was complicated, manual and slow. Fast forward to now. The retail […]
Annual conference organised by .at, .ch and .de domain name registries.
Fiscal prudence is something that most business owners learn fairly quickly. Either you learn to spend (and invest) your money wisely or you will fail. It’s that simple. However spending money wisely does not always equate with paying the lowest price. Of course you want to get the best price, but you need to look […]
My first “real” job was in food and beverage. I worked in fairly expensive restaurants at a major European tourism destination for a number of years. One of the things that I learnt while there was that if you wanted to effectively sell food or wine you had to actually like it yourself. Sure, some […]
For the last few years I’ve done an online Christmas greeting. This year with help from Stephen we took it to a new level. You can visit my slightly over the top and intentionally tacky Christmas greeting here at Michele.Christmas. Oddly enough one of the domain bloggers picked up on the usage and wrote about […]
Tomorrow afternoon at 1500 UTC, which also happens to be 1500 here in Ireland, .blog will finally go into “general availability”. In other words, anyone who wants to register a .blog domain name will be able to do so without any restrictions. Sure, the registry has got a bunch of “premium” names and there’s also […]
I’ve been blogging on and off for years. Some of my friends like to wind me up about the volume of blogging that I do, but I won’t apologise for it. I am a blog addict and that is just part of my being! So when I heard about the .blog domain extension I was […]
I’ve been invited to speak at the upcoming cPanel conference in Portland, Oregon. The conference, which takes place between October 3rd and October 5th, will cover a range of topics of interest to cPanel users and web hosting providers in general. So what will I be speaking on? My keynote is entitled: “How Can You […]