Domain Name Sanity Blog

All About The .rocks Top-Level Domain

The .rocks domain can be used for any type of website. You can take advantage of the colloquial meaning of rocks as a verb, as in mywebsite.rocks. You can also use its association with music, to create something like myband.rocks where myband would be the name of your band.

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All About The .press Top-Level Domain

Whether you’re considering using .press for a media website or to keep a blog of current events on your company’s website, there may be a few things you’d like to know about this new domain extension first. Here’s a general overview of the background, uses, and some analytics of the .press domain extension.

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All About The .win Top-Level Domain

The .win gTLD has grown in popularity generally amongst gaming websites and communities. Everyone wants to win, right? In any case, if you’re thinking about launching your own .win website, let us give you a tour of the history, purposes, and popularity of this gTLD.

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All About The .fun Top-Level Domain

If you’re thinking about using the .fun gTLD for your website, we’ll help you brush up on everything you need to know about it – its history, who runs it, what it’s used for, and where you can get your very own .fun domain extension.

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All About The .church Top-Level Domain

The .church domain is a go-to domain extension for churches, youth groups, congregations, and all things church-related. But when was the .church domain launched? Which company administers it? Who is it for? And how can you register your .church domain?

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How to Host a Website: A Guide For Beginners

Creating a website and publishing it online may sound intimidating. Beginners often worry that they need a lot of technical know-how and a decent level of programming skills to get a website up and running. However, this hasn’t been true for a long, long time.

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IMAP vs POP3 Email

When you’re setting up an email address with any email client, you get asked this one crucial question: IMAP or POP3? But before deciding on which one to choose, you need to understand what they are, what they do, and how they’re different.

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What is a catch-all email and How to set up a catch-all email

Well, consider this: for every customer email that reaches you, there’s one that gets bounced back to the sender. This isn’t your fault – it’s usually due to a typo on the sender’s part that the email doesn’t reach you. Still, a lost email can mean a lost important contact or potential sale. Don’t miss any with a catch-all email.

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