Domain Name Sanity Blog
Most marketers understand the importance of video for search engine optimization, and many would agree that it’s even more important than text. Current trends, especially evidenced through social media channels, show us that video consumption and priority are higher than ever before and are projected to grow.
According to Sophos Labs, nearly 11 million websites are hacked yearly, with an average of 30,000 hacks daily. This alarming statistic proves that we must all step up our cybersecurity game if we own or manage a website. In this post, we’ll explain how to check if your site is secure and share ten effective tips to keep your website from attacks.
DNS propagation, or DNS updating, refers to the period of time between making a change to your domain name and seeing that change reflected in DNS across the internet. Propagation occurs after a few different types of actions, including making a change to your DNS records, or changing your domain name’s WHOIS information.
When you type a search term into your browser and hit ‘enter’, you set in motion a lightning-fast process of communication and data retrieval. Nameservers are at the center of the action: a nameserver facilitated your access to this very web page, as well as any other internet activity you’ve conducted today.