Why Did I Turn OFF Domain Name Masking?

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Last week, I forwarded and masked a new domain (that I had created to match my Twitter name KeepUpWeb) to this website.  Yesterday, I went back to my GoDaddy domain manager and took the “masking” off. This means that if someone keys the URL www.KeepUpWeb.com into their browser address bar, after they’re redirected here, the […]

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Oops! Did I Choose the Wrong Domain Name?

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Well, I don’t know whether I chose the right domain name or the wrong one. (Is there such a thing as a right or wrong name? Maybe “better” would be a more appropriate term.) I like the domain name that I registered for this website. It’s easy to spell and it reflects the content I […]

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Choosing a Domain Name Driving You Crazy?

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What TLD (top-level-domain) should you choose for your website? Should you use .COM, .BIZ, .US, .ORG, .NET? If you’ve built a brand and people already know who you are, your most obvious choice for your domain name would be to register your brand name. Chances are high that name will not be available but if it […]

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What Makes Good Website Design? – (Part 3 of 3)

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In part 1 of this series, I recommended that before you or your website designer begin designing your website, you understand who your target customer is. What type of a website will appeal to them? Should your site have a fun and creative feel or should it look trustworthy and serious? Are you working with an existing brand […]

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What’s The Best Way to Build a Website? – (Part 2 of 3)

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We’ve all seen poorly designed websites. Some are obviously do-it-yourself attempts and others are honest efforts by someone who’s dabbled in a little code. Still others are built using free website builders that are offered by website hosting companies or built using a website template.

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Need a Website? – (Part 1 of 3)

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Getting ready to launch your first website or redesigning an existing one? There’s a lot of planning that needs to be done before you start. First, you need to understand what you need a website for.

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