Posts Tagged “URL”

When Domain Names Go Wrong

Posted on August 7th, 2018 by Neil Cumins

As the official addresses of online businesses, domain names bear a unique responsibility. They’re expected to highlight a company’s title (and ideally its industry or location) within a few characters, creating a positive impression while avoiding ambiguity. That’s a lot to successfully convey in just a handful of letters, although it can be done. Britain’s…

The Best Top Level Domains (And The Ones To Avoid)

Posted on June 29th, 2018 by Neil Cumins

Today’s proliferation of website domains represents a stark contrast to the years preceding the World Wide Web. Early internet usage was characterized by the exclusive use of the .com top level domain, which retained its stranglehold well into the 1990s. America’s country code TLD (.us) was largely ignored in favor of .com, while brands and…

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