What's in a Name? mom.NINJA?

There is some exciting news in the land of domains and URLS. The WWW and our friends at GoDaddy have released a whole lot of awesome domain extensions....more

Top 10 Domain Name Suggestion Tools: Create a Catchy Domain Name with Ease

Have you ever spent hours trying to find a decent available domain name?How about a great one?With more then 46 Million active dot com domain names registered, it’s harder and harder to find a catchy domain name that matches your product, service, or website concept that is not already taken....more

A domain of my own

After a year and a half of (intermittent) blogging on WordPress, I finally decided to become official. Last week I bought the domain name geekamama.net. Of course, the old URL--my wordpress.com address--still works too, so if you've become accustomed to that, there's no need to mess with your bookmarks bar.Why .net instead of .com? Oh, it probably has something to do with when I took my first Networking class, back in the fall of 1995... ...more
Hello there, Jessica! Very interesting post. Good to know the system for all of "this"...or the ...more

How to Choose a Domain Name or Username

Is this you? You're ready to start a new blog or buy a new domain name. You want to avoid problems with trademarked names, branded names, and domain names. How do you find a name that someone else doesn't already have a claim to? ...more

I appreciate hearing your views on this.

Virginia DeBolt
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What every blogger should know about trademark law before and while blogging

I felt the need to write this article because one, I am a blogger. Also check me out at www.luxetips.com. And two, I have had discussions with so many bloggers about whether they owned a trademark and how to protect the good name and reputation they have built through blogging. I will give you an example of some of the pitfalls bloggers have encountered.   ...more

Will follow your advice.

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Good and plenty!

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Staking his territory

Last Christmas I bought a really cheap present for Graham. It’s something he has never seen and never played with. It’s something he may never see or ever play with. It will cost me about $10 a year for, well, pretty much ever, but I still consider it one of the best investments I’ve ever made. Last Christmas I bought Graham his domain name. Most of you probably know what that means. For those who don’t, let me explain by saying that I now own the rights to www.grahamlastname.com . (I am avoiding spelling out his actual last name for privacy reasons). ...more