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Maintaining consumer confidence in your website

The consumer confidence index is a monthly indicator of people’s optimism in their current and future financial position. It’s used in part to determine whether the economy is on the right track, even though, ultimately, all it really measures is what’s going on in consumers’ heads. But the index is useful because sentiment leads to […]

What to do in the event of a data breach

When we see headlines about data breaches, they are often about big, corporate entities, in which hundreds of thousands, or even millions of personal identities and financial profiles have been exposed. According to Symantec, the number of publicly disclosed data breaches continues to rise. But these “mega breaches” aren’t the only thing security experts are […]

The enom evolution

Have you been to enom.com today? You might have noticed a few changes from the site you’ve gotten used to for all these years. Yes, you’re looking at a new logo, a new homepage, and brand new features that make registering domains easier than ever. It’s all a big step in our strategy to modernize […]

Changes to the domain transfer policy coming in december

Last week, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the organization that effectively governs Internet infrastructure, announced an official date for a new policy regarding domain name transfers for all gTLDs (non-country code domains). The change will go into effect for all users on December 1, 2016. While six months may seem like […]

15 essential sources of new generic TLD information

We talk a lot about the benefits of new generic TLDs on this blog—their value as branding tools, their availability versus legacy domain extensions, their ability to stick in people’s minds—but no matter how much information we could publish, we’re really just scratching the surface of what the wider gTLD community and domain industry are […]