How do you buy a domain name?

How do you buy a domain name? A guide

 

A suitable Internet address is the be-all and end-all when it comes to being found online. Thanks to new, modern top-level domains such as .beauty or .blog, the possibilities for finding a suitable name for your own web project have increased considerably in recent years. How do...

 

Twitter Spaces

Twitter Spaces

 

Twitter is famous - and infamous - for its debate culture. On the platform, you’ll often find never-ending arguments or detailed stories despite the strict character limit. With Twitter Spaces, this should be able to happen a lot more easily and with fewer misunderstandings....

 

Set up a Valheim server

Creating a Valheim server: Here’s how

 

Fans of Norse mythology will get their money’s worth in the survival game “Valheim”. Up to ten players can explore the game world together, collect resources, build huts, and defeat monsters or end-bosses. Your own dedicated Valheim server will best suit this multiplayer style of...

 

What is an .io domain?

What is an .io domain?

 

A distinctive web address that is optimally tailored to your business or project is one of the most important building blocks for online success. As an alternative to classic endings such as .com or .net, the domain .io has also attracted attention in recent years. But what does...

 

Most popular domain extensions

Would you have guessed? These are the most popular domain extensions in 2021!

 

The most popular domain extensions (also called “top-level domains” or “TLDs” for short) have been available on the Internet for over thirty years. Millions of websites have opted for these endings. Country-specific domain extensions are up high in the top 10 list – is the .us...

 

Clubhouse app

Clubhouse app: what’s behind the hype?

 

Clubhouse has caught the attention of users through its new approach. Instead of writing to each other, users talk to one another – at the same time and at eye level. Discussions and lectures run exclusively through audio. There’s no video or texting. So you can listen to other...

 

Affinity marketing: Advertising through reference groups

What is affinity marketing? This form of online marketing is relevant to all of us, whether we want it to be or not. The techniques of affinity-based advertising are particularly successful in e-commerce. This article defines the term affinity marketing, and provides information about the methods and relevance of this marketing technique.

Viral marketing: digital word of mouth

Targeted and intelligent advertising is the key to a company’s success – online as well as offline. In the ideal case, your own messages and content are so good that they will spread quickly, like a virus. Sometimes when advertising messages run under their own momentum, problems such as chaotic situations and reputation damage occur. But if you practice viral marketing correctly, you have the...

Neighbor Discovery Protocol (NDP) – what is it?

Network configurations today are done quickly. For those who do not rely on their own fixed settings for routers, computers, and more, the Internet Protocol family provides the appropriate set of automatic mechanisms to determine critical parameters, such as the default gateway, IP address, and MAC address.

Web frameworks – overview and classification

Frameworks are an integral part of web engineering. Instead of writing applications from scratch, programmers can rely on tried and tested software frameworks from pre-defined classes and methods for object-oriented software development. Choosing an appropriate web framework is anything but easy. We explain how different kinds of frameworks work and what you should know to find the perfect web...

What is Slack – what can it be used for?

What is Slack? This program with its memorable name is used for internal company communication but what exactly can Slack do? And is it worth switching over to it? We outline some of Slack’s key features so you can decide for yourself whether the new Silicon Valley program might be something for you or your company.

Reading habits on the web: keep your online content snappy

When it comes to content design, trends are always moving forward. Long-established patterns in the offline world have moved into the digital age and evolved into a whole new way of reading web pages. In both conveying and consuming information, our online behavior has changed our communication and reading habits. Online content is now scanned rather than read word-for-word. These developments...

Geo-targeting: the regional optimization of web content and how it works

Geotargeting is a unique way of directly addressing a target group using its geographical information. Many websites and applications used on mobile devices use the device data in order to locate their users. Knowing an individual user’s location allows website owners and app providers to tailor their content and advertising directly to the user in his or her respective region. But geotargeting...

Penetration test: how to find weak points in your network

The more complex a network is, the more vulnerable it is to attacks. In times when customers and partners have access to internal network structures via the internet, and can control various applications via web interfaces, IT employees are encountering more and more problems. Large companies, in particular, prefer to use penetration testing to check how well their security concept works. This...

Micro influencers and what they mean for social media marketing

In the world of social media marketing, micro influencers are gaining a more and more prominent role as brand ambassadors. Users are more inclined to trust ‘smaller’ opinion leaders and their recommendations, because they see them as more authentic and interact with them regarding a specific topic. Their credibility and expert status make them particularly appealing to brands, which is why micro...

Canonical tag: what’s behind the canonical URL?

When certain website content is used multiple times, it’s not always due to inattentiveness, but could be intentional: international websites or online stores, for example, display lots of similar content. To ensure that search engines don’t classify this as duplicate content, there are certain methods, such as the canonical tag, which enable you to link to the original content.


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