• It showed about 300 offerings… seriously… 300

    God forbid they should miss a commission opportunity

    Canned reviews…little if any research… and childish superlatives ...more

  • Suddenly, I Wanted to Take Their Money!

    Sending the Wrong Message can Damage the Intent

    Solidifying the business message is top priority, design & colors come later in development ...more

  • 5 Important Questions for Your Webmaster

    It happens so often to websites

    Hacks are common today but , sometimes it's too late to fix the easy way ...more

  • Bob's Webmaster Said.. "You need a new logo"

    It's more common than the Common Cold.

    But did a new logo improve Bob's Traffic or Sales? Business is best planned by you ...more

  • 1 Why Give FREE Privacy? Because we take issue with THE LIST.
  • 2 The Most Common Reason for Domain Loss is your control.
  • 3 DNS Myth and Misrepresentation; you never hear about this!
  • 4 The Web Elephant in the room; "they JUST don't get it... "
  • 5 Shoeless Joe Had a Good Point; Build it they will come.
  • 6 Here I am, Dishing out another "Bad Webmaster" Body Slam ;)
  • 7 That's the Whole Point! Time to get busy and do something.
  • Why Give FREE Privacy? Because we take issue with THE LIST.

    Yes, other registries do charge for privacy, most upward of

    $10 to $12 per year, per domain. WHY then, would we give it away? Because we take issue with THE LIST. the COOLCOM group is making a bold move to Private Registrations by Default ...more

  • The Most Common Reason for Domain Loss is your control.

    Your Site Went Down, Business Halted"

    And the worst part is, you had the ability all along to prevent the damage of temporary outage due to domain expiry. The key is to keep this one piece of info updated always. ...more

  • DNS Myth and Misrepresentation; you never hear about this!

    Abused, Corrupted and in Some Cases Lied About

    In most cases, the truth has been manipulated so webmasters and self important hosting companies can put as much of your business under their control as possible…. to improve their numbers. ...more

  • The Web Elephant in the room; "they JUST don't get it... "

    It's Called "the Registry Bounce

    All too often, the advice is to move to a new registry. This will of course never actually help a site be more successful but it gives them something to keep busy. and It's a mistake financially and practically. ...more

  • Shoeless Joe Had a Good Point; Build it they will come.

    Let’s all take a lesson from Field of Dreams…

    Stop re-building sites only to have them perform as poorly as the last one, and changing email providers just “cuz the webmaster said to” and instead.. think like your business depends on it...more

  • Here I am, Dishing out another "Bad Webmaster" Body Slam ;)

    Blame Poorly trained webmasters, registrars with hidden agendas

    Yes, I do business with some fabulous webmasters… and some highly skilled IT people. They're problem solvers and solution providers. They create energy and success. They don’t point fingers. ...more

  • That's the Whole Point! Time to get busy and do something.

    Opportunity wasted… inspiration dissolved… another “SQUIRREL!” moment.

    When I see the number of domains sitting in our registry attached to NOTHING, it hurts. There were good intentions…and probably some very real shouts of “AHA!” And then came that fatal pause ...more

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