This mornings scam offering in my inbox was a new one to me. A notifcation of “Domain name search engine registration” expiration. As you might imagine I have quite a few domain names under my control, so to find this email got me a bit confused. Basically it starts out making out the domain name … Read moreDomain Service Notice – SCAM
So you’ve picked your company name, decided on your domain name, and gone to buy your domain name, through a company like 123-reg or godaddy. Then you realise you’ve got lots of options to choose from. All domain names end with a (dot)and a series of letter i.e. .com, .co.uk or .biz. Domain name endings. … Read moreHow to End Your Domain Name And does It Matter?
You’ve made that decision that your company wants a web site. So your next task is what to call it. It needs a domain name or url. 1) Use your company name. The simplest idea is to buy a domain name using your company name. This is great if you’re an existing established company. After … Read more3 ways to pick your domain name.
Today I got an email in my junk folder (I always keep an eye as occasionally some good emails do find their way into no-where land) the subject was “Automated Tax Refund”. The email was set up to look like it had come from HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) including official headers, logos and the … Read moreThe Tax Refund that could COST a lot!