EuroDNS recently launched SSL certificates; a hugely significant step in its mission to secure the Internet. If you want people to buy your products, you have to prove your website’s genuine, that it’s safe for them to enter payment details and make online purchases. If you’re using SSL certificates already, you must ensure that they’re using the SHA-2 algorithm.
Back in May 2014 we chatted with Colin Campbell, the CEO of DotClub. He told us about his love of, “big, hairy, audacious goals” and his plan to get 5,000,000 .CLUB domain name registrations over the next five years. Very big, very hairy, and definitely very bold!
Today we’re talking with Jeff Sass, DotClub CMO. It’s been nine months since Colin revealed his 5,000,000 goal, and .CLUB is currently listed as the third most registered new domain extension – without giving away any freebies.
April already, awesome! The clocks have changed and our evenings are lighter, there’re exciting new domain extensions going live, we now offer free SSL certificates; and the Luxembourg rubber duck race is looming!
Here are the new domain extensions going live in April, with several available for pre-orders.
An SSL certificate is a digital endorsement of the identity of your website, the same way your passport proves who you are. Your website will display a padlock icon, followed by HTTPS at the start of your URL. Users will know immediately that they can enter sensitive information in a secure environment.
Domain hacks were devised to play the system. When trying to find a good .COM domain name became a pain, a domain hack was a cool alternative. Originally, using country code domain extensions, they brought more choice whilst at the same time, creating fun names such as virg.in, ma.tt, goo.gl, and will.i.am.