MAY 2013 NEWS
May 31, 2013
Many businesses wind up with nicknames - should those be registered as domain names too? The answer - it depends on popularity of the nicknames and budget. Read more »
May 21, 2013
Google says it will soon take steps to avoid domain name clustering in search results - a phenomenon where multiple listings for the same web site are often seen past the first page of results. Story includes video of Google engineer Matt Cutts explaining the issue in more detail. Read more »
May 13, 2013
Owners of the Twisted Sisters Coffee Shop in Mission, Kansas (population 9,300) have been put under the blade over a domain name by an attorney representing the metal band, Twisted Sister; probably best known for its 80's hit "We're not going to take it". Read more »
May 6, 2013
Spammers descended on the .PW extension after it was recently made available for registration by the general public. A security company reported that it had observed a surge in spam messages containing .pw top-level domain names. Read more »
May 2, 2013
Thinking of registering Faceboik or other domain names similar to the social network? It mightn't be such a good idea. A United States judge has just hit multiple defendants with a mighty big damages bill; awarding the social network giant $2.8 million dollars - plus all the domain names involved. Read more »
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