Posted on July 28th, 2014
Wouldn't it be nice to start your new website and already have an established web presence in the search engines and a regular stream of traffic? Did you know that expired domains get millions of visitors each and every day?
If you are planning to register a new domain and start promoting your website you should know about the value of using expired domain names. As you probably already know when a domain name is created it is registered for a specific period of time, generally 1 year. If the ...Read the rest of this entry »
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On average there are over 35,000 domain names that expire each and every day. Just a few years ago the average number of expiring domain names was just over 1,000 per day. The market for these expired domain names is increasing in popularity among webmasters who compete to get the best names. Why are these people so concerned about grabbing expired domain names, and why do they expire in the first place?
When a person registers a new domain name they usually pay for one years registration. ...Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on July 5th, 2014
Your domain name choice can be critical to your business yet many do not know how to choose a domain name. If you want a successful business you will need it to be accessible from the internet. To achieve that you will need a website, and hence a domain name. The domain name is the name by which your site is known, such as mysitedotcom and the number of domains registered on the internet has increased from about 10 million in the year 2000 to over 50 million now.
There are a few approaches that ...Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on July 4th, 2014
There are many unanswered, hard to find answers pertaining to the legal aspects of using work in the public domain. However, the rules are really quite simple. If the work is in the public domain, you can use it however you wish to use it. The real trouble comes in determining if a work is in fact in the public domain.
However, you may use work that is in the public domain, without gaining permission from the author. If you change the work, you can become the author of it, and copyright it. If ...Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on July 3rd, 2014
When it comes to determining whether a work is in the public domain or not, you need to pay attention to the country that the original copyright, if any, was acquired in. Each country has different copyright laws that determine when a work becomes public domain material.
International law is just what it says - International. In other words, the copyright laws of Japan apply to people in other countries who want to use work that was copyrighted in Japan. If the work is still covered by Japan ...Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on June 28th, 2014