Posts Tagged “domain name”

The .LA Team

Posted on March 3rd, 2014 by Sarah Holt

Whose names are down and who’s already in, when it comes to the new .la club. About Sarah HoltSarah Holt is a journalist and author. Her work has been published in the Guardian and The Observer, among other places. After hours, she’s a bookworm, a chocoholic, and a serial bubble bath taker. She’s addicted to…

About Sarah Holt

Sarah Holt is a journalist and author. Her work has been published in the Guardian and The Observer, among other places. After hours, she’s a bookworm, a chocoholic, and a serial bubble bath taker. She’s addicted to travelling and spas. Her philosophy for life is live and let live. You can tweet her at @sarahholt01 or find her on Google+.

5 Reasons to Protect Your .COM with a .NET

Posted on November 1st, 2013 by Jake Neeley

So you’re starting a business and have high hopes for turning your ambitions into reality? It’s exciting to venture into the world of entrepreneurism and announce your presence to an online business world. Perhaps you spent hours coming up with the perfect domain name that illustrates what your business stands for while keeping the name…

About Jake Neeley

Jake Neeley is a content marketing and social media geek who loves reading, outdoor sports (especially those in Utah mountains), and time with his family. Connect with Jake on Google+, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

How to Point Your Domain Name to an Existing WordPress.com Blog

Posted on October 3rd, 2012 by Jake Neeley

While most web designers and web developers generally deploy self-hosted WordPress blogs for their own sites and their customers, there are some instances where the small business may need to temporarily slipstream their existing WordPress.com website until they have put the finishing touches on a custom WordPress site hosted on Midphase servers. This route becomes…

About Jake Neeley

Jake Neeley is a content marketing and social media geek who loves reading, outdoor sports (especially those in Utah mountains), and time with his family. Connect with Jake on Google+, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

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