Think about what you do daily as a marketer to get your product and brand noticed. Working on everything from advertising, to PR to, to social media to search, it’s no secret that your role is to grow the company, increasing revenue, profitability, and market share. For many years, marketing challenges have arisen either from [...]
Next Generation Phishing Scams Target Executives and Business Leaders Specifically Scams that target brands and their customers have been around for a very long time. Most people that we meet, even those who don’t work for larger corporations, have received fake emails that looked like a legitimate bank, phone company, utility, or government agency communication. [...]
We recently released the latest version of our DomainSkate SaaS platform. First, a moment to thank the entire team, our advisors and everyone who has worked so hard to make this happen. For people who have seen version 1, DomainSkate 2.0 is a major upgrade and overhaul. With version 1, we solved the problem of “What’s going on [...]
Last week was a big one for domain news. From AdWeek to The Guardian it seemed like everyone had an opinion on the .Sucks domain and its possible effect on brands and businesses. We were thinking about it too -- will the domain stay true to its mission to become a place where customers can vent? Time will tell.
The team at DomainSkate is thrilled to announce our integration with Clio, the most widely used cloud-based legal practice management platform. An official announcement is being made in conjunction with the Legal Tech show in New York City this week. (The teaser announcement is here.)
In our recent panel on positioning your brand to succeed in the new Dot-anything world, we discussed how new domains affect small business.
Its important to know what to do if someone takes your domain name, or a domain name that is a very close match or mistype for your name.
This morning, ZDNet's Larry Seltzer wrote about Web.com's Register.com opting top companies (and some very small companies) into an $1850 program to lock down their domain names so they can't be transferred or changed. We think this is a useful, though expensive idea. But we have a better one. Domain insurance and brand protection with DomainSkate.