And just like that… it’s the second week of the month and you know what time it is, right? That’s right! It’s time for Verisign’s Top Trending Keywords Report. Continue reading
Naming a product, service, company, or project can be very time consuming, to say the least. In fact, sometimes selecting a name can be more challenging that actually executing the idea.
Nothing kills the mood like checking the domain availability only to find out that someone else had your same thought and beat you to it first. Now what? Continue reading
It’s been a while since I graced you all with a tutorial using GoDaddy’s Aftermarket API.
In fact, I haven’t written a tutorial since the one about retrieving a list of GoDaddy domains you own.
Although today’s tutorial is not about retrieving a list of domains, you’ll likely use the previous tutorial in conjunction to today’s tutorial covering how to renew a domain for a given time period. Continue reading
About 5 years ago, I discovered a number of domains not renewing in my GoDaddy account that were set to auto renew. Long story short, the auto renew issue was narrowed down to “Pending Whois Verification”.
Now imagine how surprised I was today to log into my GoDaddy accounts for different business ventures, and discover all accounts had products set to auto renew that were 4-5 days past due.
In one of my accounts, I discovered the Discount Domain Club product that should have auto renewed hadn’t as well as one domain. What I don’t know is how long this glitch has been happening? Continue reading
It’s hard to believe a few years has passed since I wrote the tutorial about how to use Facebook’s Graph API 2.X to retrieve the count for a given URL’s likes, shares, and comments.
I was informed a few days ago that my seamless solution for displaying the total count for likes, shares, and comments is dead in the water and no longer works.
Well, I guess this means we’re all in the dark now since Facebook’s most recent API upgrade doesn’t allow for such desired functionality, right? Continue reading
At the beginning of the month, I shared an article, “How about domain auction bidder ids or usernames“, in response to GoDaddy’s self-reported article about a GoDaddy customer’s “serious allegations” about the collusion of multiple GoDaddy employees participating domain auctions.
Long story short, GoDaddy fired the employee for violating GoDaddy’s Code of Conduct for creating an account with fictitious data to place initial proxy bids only.
While many domain investors appreciated GoDaddy’s swift response in firing the employee, many beat the drum loudly questioning when GoDaddy would add bidder ids or usernames to its auction platform. Continue reading