Choosing a domain name is critical. It will be the representation of your business on the Internet, and it’s a key for clients to find you or not, increase or decrease the chances of success on the search engines.
Here you have 5 useful tips to get the best domain name for your website!
Pick a short and clear domain name.
Short-clear names are easier to remember, pronounce, spell, and type by users. When you can’t remember a name properly, you can finish on a very different website while trying. Orthography mistakes are another possibility. The limit to build a domain name is 63 characters. Don’t go further than 15 characters!
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Do you already know what DNS is? Recently I talked about it, so now we will explore one of its problems, security. The DNS was created almost 50 years ago when the internet was young and small. Now we need to patch it, and here it comes, DNSSEC. DNSSEC is the fix that could sustain the security of all the information going around.
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We are buying and selling items online as never before. Our names, addresses, bank data, and far more delicate information is going around the Internet with every transaction. This data could have been extremely easy to steal if there was no way to protect it. Here comes the SSL certificate, the one that almost every e-commerce site uses to encrypt your data and protect it.
What is a SSL certificate?
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There are plenty of types of DNS records. More than 50 types of DNS records are still in use, and at least the same number is already absolute. You don’t need all of them all the time. Let’s talk about the essentials. The top 6 DNS record types that you can’t manage your DNS without.
We can’t skip the A DNS record from any DNS list. It is probably the best-known record type. The purpose of the A record is to direct, to point a hostname to its IP address. When we talk about A record, the address is IPv4 (32-bit). There is a newer AAAA record type that uses IPv6 addresses (128-bit).
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Do you use Netflix or Disney+? Can you imagine distributing video content to every point in the world instantly? To be able to stream video to millions of users at the same time? It is a huge effort! You can’t do it with a single mega server. You will need a network of many, and those servers can’t be just connected in a single location. They need to be strategically distributed to different spots where the consumers are. Here comes the CDN and all its glory. It is the enabling technology that is currently killing the standard television.
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