Pivoting from a primarily offline marketplace to 100% e-commerce requires fundamentally shifting the way you do business. This statement has been repeated countless times since March, when many brick and mortar businesses were stopped in their tracks by the Covid-19 pandemic.
There are many ideas that come to mind when we think of the word “brand.” Big names like Nike, Apple, Google, McDonald’s, etc might come to mind. We picture the company’s logo, typeface, or colors. However, branding is much more than just a memorable logo or catchphrase.
Just getting your feet wet in the domain industry and don’t know where to begin? Watch the video below to hear Jeff break down the first questions you should consider when thinking about buying a domain name.
Saw.com adds Virtual.com to its extensive list of high-value domain names sold on behalf of numerous clients. Some of which most recently include, Experience.com, Research.com and Event.com. Our team of experienced domain name brokers are highly sought after for their valuable strategy in helping clients acquire some of the most well-known digital assets online today.
DN Journal, or “Domain Name Journal” is an online and print magazine that was founded in 2003. The magazine reports on the latest sales, events and developments in the internet domain registration market.
Social media can be a powerful tool for business. It can generate new customers, sales, and traffic to your website. But it shouldn’t be relied on as the end-all-be-all for your business operations online. Why? Because when you put your business on Facebook, guess who has control over your business. If you guessed Facebook, you’d be correct.
Parler, which calls itself “The Unbiased Social Media Site”, and which has received media attention due to its use by political extremists, has moved their Parler.com domain from the registrar, Dreamhost.com to another registrar, Epik.com.
The domain industry’s growth is never ending. It remains the most energetic market year after year in technology today. Especially after the world transitioned to being fully online, it is more important than ever to be aware of what is going on in the domain industry.