One of our tech support guys just had a conversation with somebody who wanted “to register the URL http://example.com/something.html”, where example.com was already registered, the person couldn’t understand why he couldn’t have that URL with “something.html” after it. We’ve heard variations of this one a lot. Like somebody who knows “xyz.zz” is taken “but can […]
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People have tried this on us so many times I figure it must still work in many cases so after the last one I decided to post a brief note about this. We run an affiliate program via Commission Junction, it pays $20 per new customer acquisition. We also come up first in all major […]
Many Ayromlou does it again, publishing another step-by-step tutorial, complete with screen shots on how to use your own domain name on easyDNS with Google Apps..
Title says it all, easyDNS member Many Ayromlou wrote a clear step-by-step mini-howto today explaining the procedure to get your domain name registered through us working with your blogger.com blog: http://www.nerdlogger.com/2007/05/how-to-use-custom-dns-name-with-blogger.html My only comment is Step 6 shouldn’t be a few hours’ wait, not unless you’ve already typed your domain name into your browser before […]
I’ve been helping a longtime customer debug getting his website setup with a google sitemap and stealth redirection and he asked me in more general terms if I had any advice for him around search engine optimization. Here are four essential “must have’s” for SEO. Three you can do right now, the fourth is not […]
It is with regret that we have come to the following conclusion, but here it is: Offsite backup SMTP spoolers and backup mail exchangers have become worse than useless The problem is spam and the software that delivers it exploiting the weak authentication schemes inherent in the SMTP protocol itself. It used to be an […]