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De retour en 2017, et je vous souhaite une très bonne année.
Voici une petite actualité, en fait une question qu’un client m’a posé il y a quelque jour.
« Mon nom de domaine est trop long, il y a des tirets entre les mots et personne ne se souvient de mon site web. »
Et oui, se soucier des noms de domaine en amont peut servir dixit des professionnels du référencement, de la SEO du marketing qui mettent les noms de domaine au rebus. On s’en occupera quand on aura le temps. Allez sort le jeune stagiaire de sa photocopieuse et dis lui de nous trouver un truc. Sa sera la mission de sa vie.
Lors de la réservation du nom de domaine, le nom de son entreprise était pris par un tiers en .com, .fr etc….
Sunrise: 30 June 2016 15:00 UTC au 29 Août, 2016 23:59 UTC.
Seulement pour les détenteurs de Marques avec un SMD file valide.
Plusieurs entités qui demandent le même nom de domaine pendant la période de Sunrise régleront leurs demandes via une vente aux enchères.
Une fois la période de sunrise terminée voici 7 différentes périodes afin de pouvoir enregistrer votre .SHOP avant l’ouverture à tous. Mais pourquoi tant de périodes et à quoi servent elles?
En fait, c’est très simple. Si vous désirez vraiment un nom de domaine important pour vous ou votre société et que vous n’avez les droits nécessaires à l’enregistrement en période de Sunrise, vous pouvez le faire ici. Mais attention ,la première phase est la plus chère. Selon les Registrars cela peut varier mais énormément entre
adix, registry operator of .tech and 8+ other new Top-Level Domains (TLDs) like .online, .store etc. announced that a start-up using a premium .tech domain, raised $6.7 million in funding last week.
The domain ‘blue.tech‘ was privately brokered for an undisclosed amount earlier this year and is being used by a United States based startup. The company using blue.tech works in conjunction with research labs and top investors to kick start and fund new innovations. First announced on dngeek.com, blue.tech is the only new TLD featured in the list of the top startups funded last week.
In 2016, blue.tech comes as a second big win for .tech, as it quickly gains popularity on the startup scene. Earlier this year in February, the winners of the Launch Hackathon (in San Francisco) also used a .tech domain for their project — betagig.tech. The startup was the official winner of the Launch Hackathon and took home $250,000 as an investment from the event organizers.
CTA displaying its brand new domain cta.tech at SXSW The TLD has also seen usage from popular and leading brands like CTA (the organizers of CES), Microsoft and Baidu. CTA showed off its brand new URL cta.tech at SXSW, Microsoft is using the premium domain rewards.tech for its tech rewards program that helps developers hone their tech and programming skills. Baidu has secured its brand baidu.tech and points to its .com URL.
Suman Das, Category Manager for .TECH at Radix said « Usage and Adoption have been the key focus for .TECH since inception. The extension continues to woo innovators, early adopters and strikes a chord with the tech community. We love innovation and are thrilled to have BlueDot (blue.tech) join the .TECH Community »
.tech has been actively working its way into the tech community and creating brand visibility through hackathons and tradeshows. Radix has already partnered with 20+ universities & organized hackathons in the first quarter with the eventual goal of making .TECH the de-facto TLD for the tech and start up community.
The .tech zone stands at 89,000+ domain names at the time of this release & it is also featured as one of the most used new gTLDs.
Expired domain names are becoming the latest route for cyber criminals to find their way into the computers of unsuspecting users.
Cyber criminals launched a malicious advertising campaign this week targeting visitors of popular news and entertainment websites after gaining ownership of an expired web domain of an advertising company.
Users visiting the websites of the New York Times, Newsweek, BBC and AOL, among others, may have installed malware on their computers if they clicked on the malicious ads.
Bresntsmedia.com, the website used by hackers to serve up malware, expired on Jan. 1 and was registered again on March 6 by a different buyer, security researchers at Trustwave SpiderLabs wrote in a blog.
Buying the domain of a small but legitimate ad company provided the criminals with high quality traffic from popular web sites that publish their ads directly, or as affiliates of other ad networks, the researchers said.
New York Times spokesman Jordan Cohen said the company was investigating if the attack had any impact. « To be clear, this is impacting ads from third parties that are beyond our control. »
Newsweek, BBC and AOL could not be immediately reached for comment.
The researchers also found two more expired « media »-related domains – envangmedia.com and markets.shangjiamedia.com – used by the same cyber criminals.
The people behind the campaign may be on keeping a watch for expired domains with the word « media » in them, they said.
If you’ve been hanging on for the perfect domain name for your cloud computing, skydiving, or weather forecasting website, now’s your chance — you can now buy .cloud domain names. Major domain name registrars including 1and1 and GoDaddy are now offering the suffix for around $20 to $25, more than a year after the right to control the .cloud top level domain was won by Italian company Aruba.
Aruba — Italy’s biggest domain name and hosting company — outbid Amazon, Google, and four other competitors for the .cloud name in November 2014. At the time the company said it would offer the domains at mass-market prices, rather than try to charge exorbitant fees for cloud-based companies who might want a correspondingly named site. In a world of .co, .ly, and .pizza domains, .cloud isn’t exactly the most catchy name, but if you’re fast, you might still be able to get oldmanyellsat.cloud.
Cars Registry, a joint venture between XYZ and Uniregistry, today announced public availability of its domains ending in .Cars, .Car, and .Auto. Dealerships, manufacturers, and all other businesses can now register auto-specific domains on a first-come, first-served basis.
The global launch of .Cars, .Car, and .Auto follows a successful Early Access Period, where domains like V.Auto, AppleFord.Cars, Cox.Auto, and Exotic.Cars were registered. Manufacturer registrations include Lamborghini.Cars, Infiniti.Cars, Genesis.Auto, and Toyota.Auto. Domains like Michelin.Auto, BFGoodrich.Auto, and StateFarm.Cars were also secured by automotive businesses. Industry newcomers, including Apple.Car, GoogleX.Cars, and Alibaba.Auto, have also registered.
Auto-specific domain names give businesses an opportunity to establish themselves as industry leaders by securing short, geographic, and keyword domains like 1.Car, LA.Auto, and Hybrid.Cars for a standard fee.
« Businesses can now truly expand their reach. A Florida-based dealer group could dominate its market by showcasing its inventory on web addresses like Orlando.Cars, FL.Car, JAX.Cars, and Miami.Auto, » said Mike Ambrose, COO of Cars Registry.
Several automotive businesses have already begun using the new domains to stand out from their competition. Scholfield launched its new portal on Wichita.Cars, while STL Motorcars has rebranded to STL.Cars. STL.Cars is already a top search result for terms like « St Louis Bentley » and « STL exotics. »
Businesses registering a .Cars, .Car, or .Auto domain are also eligible to have their website migrated to their new domain at no cost: « The transition from STLMotorcars.com to STL.Cars by the Cars Registry white-glove team was extremely simple, and enabled us to maintain our search engine ranking, SEO, and emails in the process, » said dealership principal Graham Hill.
About Cars Registry Limited
Cars Registry Limited is the registry operator for .Cars, .Car, and .Auto. Founded in 2015 by domain industry leaders XYZ and Uniregistry, the company provides Internet naming options for the automotive industry.
Last week I published a blog looking back on the year that was 2015 and reflecting on some of the challenges and achievements for new TLDs. Turning our gaze forward, I think 2016 is shaping up to be the biggest and best year that we’ve enjoyed to date and will surpass many expectations as we continue the push towards mainstream adoption of these wonderful, innovative digital assets.
by By Tony Kirsch, Head of Professional Services at Neustar
Some innovative approaches to finding good domain names.
There are a bunch of brand name and domain name generators on the web. Every once in a while, one comes along with a unique twist that makes it worth a look.
That’s the case with Appellita, a new service that soft launched in last August. It was created by San Antonio entrepreneur Daisy Egeolu.
Appellita, like basically all name generators, has a system that adds prefixes and suffixes to keywords to find domains. But it goes beyond that.
Two tools are offered free: Name Suggestion Engine and Name Deconstructor.
Name Suggestion Engine is very similar to most name finders.
The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) released it annual report yesterday for 2014 and Year to Date numbers through September 2015 for cases it decided under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (“UDRP”)
Cases filed ins 2014 were up only 2% from 2013, with 2,634 cases being lodged by trademarks owners claiming abuse of their mark.
Country-code top-level domains (ccTLDs) – accounted for 13% of all filings in 2014 with 71 national domain registries now designating this WIPO service.
As of 30 September 2015, 14% of WIPO’s 2015 cases are new gTLD’s
Between January 1 and September 30th, 2015, the number of UDRP cases is up 3.9% with 2,015 UDRP cases were filed, against 1,940 UDRP being filed in the same 9 month time frame in 2014.
Of course that numbers do not include cases filed under the Uniform Rapid Suspension Policy (URS) since those are only being handled by a competitor to WIPO the National Arbitration Forum which also handles UDRP cases.
Même si vous ne connaissez rien aux noms de domaine ou ce qu’ils coûtent, vous pouvez probablement deviner que le nom « Google.com » était indisponible à la vente – et très cher à l’achat. Mais, étudiant au MBA et ex-employé de Google Sanmay Ved effectivement acheté mardi pour 12 $, et détenue pendant une minute pleine, selon lui.
Il décrit son expérience dans un poste sur LinkedIn, Ved dit qu’il parcourez les bras croisés les noms de domaine à l’achat et a constaté que Google.com se montrait comme disponibles. «Je cliquais sur le complément au panier icône à côté du nom de domaine (qui ne devrait pas apparaître si le domaine ne sont pas disponibles à la vente).
« Le nom de domaine a effectivement obtenu ajouté à mon panier comme on le voit par la case verte, et le domaine est apparu dans mon panier. »
Quand il clique sur confirmer, et payé, la propriété du site Google.com a été effectivement transféré à Ved, quoique brièvement.