Owner, Admin-C, and Tech-C: requirements in domain registration
Admin-C, Tech-C, and Zone-C – these roles are all related to domain registration. They represent the important points of contact in domain operations, and their contact details can be found on every Whois entry. But what do these positions actually involve? Who are they filled by? And what rights do the Admin-C, Tech-C, and Zone-C really have?Owner, Admin-C, and Tech-C: requirements in domain registration
Domain mapping: What is it and how does it work?
Domain mapping is becoming more and more relevant. When used correctly, domain name mapping simplifies your web presence by uniting your various domains under a single umbrella. This means that you can manage updates and maintenance for separate domains in one place. Keep reading to find out how it works.Domain mapping: What is it and how does it work?
Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) explained
A fully qualified domain name (FQDN) is a domain name that specifies the unique and complete address of a website. It consists of several name parts called labels, each separated by a dot. The FQDN has a hierarchical structure set by the domain name system (DNS). The mandatory parts of an FQDN are the host name, domain name, and top level domain of the internet presence.Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) explained
Domain parking – earning easy money with unused domains
Just because a domain has expired, doesn’t mean it has to be kicked to the curb immediately. It is worth considering turning the internet address into a parked domain for a certain period of time in order to generate advertising revenue. This allows domain owners to bide their time and come up with a new web project for the domain or to find a suitable buyer.Domain parking – earning easy money with unused domains
What is a subdomain?
Most people will have launched a mobile website with the prefix “m.” at some point. Or maybe you’ve landed on an English-language page with an “en.” in front of it? In both cases, you have called up a subdomain. But what is a subdomain? And when does it make sense to use one? We’ll discuss the purpose of a subdomain and how relevant subdomains are for SEO.What is a subdomain?
What is a domain registrar?
An appealing website needs a distinctive domain name. If you want to register your domain, you can do so with the help of a domain registrar. Domain name registrars are registered with the registry for top-level domains ICANN or IANA and are in charge of domain leasing. They mediate between users and domain registries. Here you can find out everything you need to know about domain registrars.What is a domain registrar?
Domain brokers – what are they and what do I need to know?
A domain broker can help you navigate the wild world of domain name trading. It might be news to you that there’s money to be made in domain names (trust us – there’s lots!), but this field requires some expertise and negotiation skills if it’s going to work out well. Let’s take a look at domain brokers’ responsibilities, and how they could benefit your business.Domain brokers – what are they and what do I need to know?
North Korea: 28 domains for 25 million inhabitants
In so far as is possible, the communist state of North Korea has managed to shut itself off from the rest of the world. However a western IT expert recently succeeded in sneaking a peek at their internet domains and as a result we now know that there are only 28 domains for the entire country. From recipes to maritime affairs, here you’ll find an insight into what a North Korean can find online.North Korea: 28 domains for 25 million inhabitants
Since the introduction of internationalized domain names in 2003, Punycode has been ubiquitous on the internet. Internet addresses like look peculiar, but fulfil an important function: They encode non-ASCII characters into ASCII-compatible character strings and therefore ensure a smooth flow in the network. How does this work, and why is Punycode criticized so often? We’ll tell you.Punycode
If well-ranked sites suddenly disappear from the search machine index, it can be for a number of different reasons: In one case, the crawler could no longer check the pages in question, or in another case it could have identified duplicate content and removed one of the pages from the search results. Another reason, often unknown to the external developer, is so-called URL hijacking – a process in…URL hijacking