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Can a banned or penalized sub-domain affect the top-level domain name?

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    Tommy Matalino Level 1
  • 8 6 years ago

    Sometimes, when domains are really super cheap it's easy to justify the purchase, figuring you will do something good with the domain within that first year. Have you ever purchased a really cheap domain for a year base...

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    Beverly Level X3
  • 6 6 years ago

    Hello! I have seen people posting about Namecheap so I decided to write a tutorial for beginners. Nameservers connect your website to your domain. Basically, it lets your web hosting provider connect to your domain name ...

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    FredericM Level 1
  • 1 6 years ago

    Hey guys! I'm new to the forum so I'll try to keep this to the point. Here's why NameCheap is one of the best domain providers in my opinion. GoDaddy vs. Namecheap (Whois Protection) GoDaddy is the most well-known bec...

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    RonaldS Level 1
  • 3 6 years ago

    Can someone please explain the concept of add on domains and how they are used?

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    Beverly Level X3
  • 2 6 years ago

    Let's say you need to transfer a domain name, how long would it take before completion?

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    Beverly Level X3
  • 3 6 years ago

    Is there a way to cancel a domain name if you decide you no longer need it?

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    Beverly Level X3
  • 4 6 years ago

    Not to long ago I almost coughed up a whopping $1,077.63 for a domain that was listed as premium. I had so many plans for the domain, and so much I could have done with it. Ultimately, I decided not to get it, and spend ...

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    PardyCo Level 1
  • 1 6 years ago

    Hey, I am giving away pinballgames.co I will push it to your Namecheap account, first one to comment will get it.

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    BitShark Level 1
  • 5 6 years ago

    If you change your domain, will you lose traffic? If so how can you minimize this?

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    tionna Level 1
  • 1 6 years ago

    What are some of the places that you have bought domain names from? Ones that you have had the best luck from. Tell us your experience and if you would do it all over again.

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    tionna Level 1
  • 2 6 years ago

    So i need ideas for a domain name for a website i am going to start. The website will be one about me with limited pages on it... A home page, contact page, my websites page, hire me page and maybe one or two more at the...

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    Sean101 Level 1
  • 8 7 years ago

    For my website, i have the .org and the .com both set, with the .org redirecting to the .com This has just recently happened as up until lately, i only had the .org domain. So my question(s) is, should i continue to bu...

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    Sean101 Level 1
  • 4 7 years ago

    And, what type of SEO would you do for the domain name ahead of the sale to ensure that it's highly ranking and a hot property for the buyer?

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    Jolie Level 1
  • 2 7 years ago

    What should you do if you purchase an aged domain name and find out the previous owner was a spammer and now the domain ranks low in search engines because of it? Is there a way to have this reversed?

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    Keith Level 1
  • 1 7 years ago

    The .com TLD is usually $10 to $15, which is significantly more than other TLD, yet it's consistently popular. Actually, some people say that consumers would prefer to purchase from a site that has a .com top level doma...

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    Deann Level 1
  • 1 7 years ago

    When I was buying my domain name for my forum, I did extensive keyword research on possible keywords to include in the domain name. And, I do the same thing, even when choosing a blogger.com subdomain as the keywords in...

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    Beverly Level X3
  • 4 7 years ago

    How much time do you put into thinking about possible top level domains before making a purchase? What's your technique for picking unique domain names?

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    Savannah Level 1
  • 4 7 years ago

    Is it possible to use a foreign (non-English) word or name for your domain name? For instance, let's say you wanted to incorporate the French word 'fleur', meaning flower, into your domain name. Would this be advisable...

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    Jackson Level 1
  • 2 7 years ago

    The most I ever paid for a domain name was $13.00. Well, actually, I paid $26 due to a clerical billing error by the domain company when they double billed my Paypal account. This domain points to my general chat fo...

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    Beverly Level X3
  • 3 7 years ago

    In 2007, the TLD of seo.com sold for $5,000,000 (five million dollars). Is this the most expensive domain name ever sold?

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    Keith Level 1
  • 1 7 years ago

    Whenever I purchase a domain, I try to make sure that I can use it for multiple purposes including subdomains. So for instance, my main site might be mysite.com and then I'd put my blog on a subdomain such as myblog.mys...

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    forever love Level 1
  • 29 7 years ago

    Have you considered purchasing and giving a top level domain as a birthday or Christmas gift? This virtual gift is perfect for a business partner or other person who might be involved in internet marketing online.

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    Deann Level 1
  • 1 7 years ago

    There are many good reasons to buy a .me top level domain The .me TLD is perfect for the personal or professional blog where you want to use your own name. This is great for anyone who wants to establish their own pr...

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    Beverly Level X3
  • 17 7 years ago

    Is a domain registrar the same as a domain registry? Please explain the difference.

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    Savannah Level 1
  • 3 7 years ago

    What should you do if you want a specific domain name and there is another buyer who is bidding up the price? Should you let yourself get drawn into a bidding war for the top level domain name? Or, should you let it go...

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    forever love Level 1
  • 1 7 years ago

    There are many reasons to upgrade a domain name. For instance, maybe you didn't get the desired keywords you wanted when you bought the original domain name. What other reasons are there for upgrading a domain name?

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    Keith Level 1
  • 2 7 years ago

    South America is squaring off with the giant online retailer Amazon in a battle over the prized top-level web domain name the company shares with the South America's tropical rain forest. Brazil and Peru have formally op...

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    Beverly Level X3
  • 1 7 years ago

    What's the maximum number of characters that a domain name should be? Is there a perfect length for domain names? For instance, if I wanted to start an online book store, could I include four words such as 'myonlineboo...

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    Jackson Level 1
  • 10 7 years ago

    If you don't renew your domain for a site, do the pages that it links to automatically get deleted from Google's search? How long before your pages fall out of the search engine?

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    Beverly Level X3
  • 1 7 years ago

    Let's say that you sell one of your domain names to someone else. How would you go about transferring ownership of the domain to that other person?

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    Beverly Level X3
  • 3 7 years ago

    If the domain name you want is currently taken by someone else, would you back order the domain? And, would that guarantee that you could use that domain when it becomes available?

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    Beverly Level X3
  • 1 7 years ago

    Let's say that you find a website that is violating your copyright or has scraped your content. How can you identify the owner so that you can send them a request to remove the offending content?

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    Beverly Level X3
  • 5 7 years ago

    Is it possible for anyone to buy a .pro top level domain or is it restricted to certain site owners or individuals?

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    Deann Level 1
  • 2 7 years ago

    Please explain what DNS servers are and why they are relevant to owning a domain.

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    Savannah Level 1
  • 3 7 years ago

    Can you use a .biz domain only for a business related site or could there be another purpose?

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    Beverly Level X3
  • 1 7 years ago

    Is it good to purchase an older/aged domain name? If so, how do you find good aged domain names for purchase? And, what company do you use to make buy or sell the domain names?

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    Keith Level 1
  • 2 7 years ago

    Your WhoIs information shows your real name, home address, telephone number, email address and other personally identifiable information. All this information can be taken by an identity thief if left exposed to public ...

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    Keith Level 1
  • 5 7 years ago

    The .info top level domains are useful for Adsense funded wiki style sites. I've used the .info TLD on several occasions. And, though they're never as popular as .com's, they do very well. Have you ever used the .i...

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    Keith Level 1
  • 2 7 years ago

    The .info top level domains are useful for Adsense funded wiki style sites. I've used the .info TLD on several occasions. And, though they're never as popular as .com's, they do very well. Have you ever used the .i...

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    Keith Level 1
  • 2 7 years ago