Archive for October, 2012
We are very excited to announce we’re moving our U.S. headquarters to a newer, bigger, and better office! Located close to our old location, the new office brings together a lot of work and effort by many of our team members.
Due to the office move, our phone systems will be unavailable for 4-8 hours beginning 10am (-7UTC) on Thursday, November 1st, as we migrate to our new office.
Please note that all phone numbers will remain the same for your convenience. In the meantime, if you have a sales, technical support or a billing question, please submit a ticket or go to our website to speak with a live operator using our chat systems.
For your records, our new address is:
517 West 100 North, Suite #225
Providence, Utah, 84332
Anyone interested in online entrepreneurship and SEO wonders if a domain name can help boost Google rankings… a billion-dollar question. The networked world is swamped with billions of domain names. How can a website attract high rankings in one of the largest and most popular search engines?
According to Verisgn Inc., “the first quarter of 2012 closed with a base of more than 233 million domain name registrations across all Top-Level Domains (TLDs), an increase of 7.5 million domain names, or 3.3 percent, over the fourth quarter of 2011.”
If there is one thing an Internet entrepreneur should take extremely seriously its security. This is where Secure Socket Layer (SSL) on websites plays a major role. Online theft is prevalent, and who knows what future security breaches are possible if domain resellers and their clients do not take extra precautions.
Anything that involves data transfer is susceptible to online theft. It is highly recommended on websites that sell domain names to implement SSL to secure servers when processing customer data and credit card payments.
The purpose of SSL is to provide an encrypted link between the server and web browser when customers are purchasing products or services. This technology ensures that the data exchange between two servers cannot be read nor deciphered by hackers who may attempt to tap between the web browser and remote server.
A new Star Wars video game called Star Wars: First Assault may be on the cards after various blogs reported that LucasFilms had begun buying up related domain names including StarWarsFirstAssault.com and StarWarsFA.com. At least 11 others may also have been purchased by the iconic production company which helped launch a new generation of special effects which influenced many others, include James Cameron who made Avatar 3D.
According to the blog, Geek.com, most of the URLs are not yet branded with content or graphics, loading empty blank pages.
According to Fusible.com, no trademarks have yet been filed at the United States patent and Trademark Office. Further, LucasFilms has made no official announcement about the launch date of the game or its application development.
Domain names, along with trademarks and copyrights, are considered essential tools in establishing a new business or launching new product lines. Domain Resellers can leverage endless marketing opportunities across a range of businesses to generate extra income from individual or bulk domain purchases.
An integrated back office and administration panel on the Resell.Biz platform allows a domain reseller to organize and optimize a range of services and products for clients who sign up for new domains.
Domain resellers can also leverage full white label services on the Resell.Biz platform, including launching a fully hosted domain shop in less than a few minutes.
Upon completing a domain reseller application, resellers can take advantage of privacy protection, domain forwarding and mail forwarding, managed DNS, domain theft protection. Plus, control and bulk management tools are also available.
The Resell.biz platform also includes an extensive API which allows a domain reseller to seamlessly integrate features and services into an existing online branded asset.