The name of your business is almost always someone's first impression of it. You want one you love—and a domain name to match, but what if it's already taken?
Newer TLDs were designed around communication and creativity, not computing. Here's how brands can turn the dot and everything after into branding customers will remember...
The color red evokes passion and excitement. Right now, at .RED, the team is exhilarated!
Establishing a neighborhood of domain names can help expand your online presence, from marketing to maximizing traffic.
How To Buy Domains, Switch Domains, Add New Domains, and the Other Technical Things You Have to Do to Live on the Web.
As the renowned neuroscientist Antonio Damasio says in his book, Descartes’ Error: “We are not thinking machines. We are feeling machines that think.”
While colors mean different things to different people, red is probably the universal color of love!
With the arrival of hundreds of new generic top-level domains (gTLDs), many marketers are excited that they can now get a web address that best describes their business or brand.
Here is another reason for you to have a .RED website in 2015 — it was selected as Pantone’s 2015 Color of the Year!
Among the dozens of associations that comes with the color red, the one that always surfaces quickly is love and its special day of celebration: Valentine’s Day.