Expiring Domains

When a domain owner fails to pay the renewal fee for a domain name it goes through an expiry process before eventually becoming available to the public to register again. The whole process can take several weeks. * Initially, services to the domain are suspended although the owner may then pay the renewal fee to reactivate the domain name. * Next, the domain enters a redemption phase where the original owner can pay a redemption fee (higher than the normal renewal fees) to reclaim the domain. ...
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w3IDE NexGen Edition - Building a Better Web

BanPro NET [Bannon Productions - www.w3ide.com] announced on Monday, March 21, 2005 the release of w3IDE NexGen Edition. This is a major upgrade to the w3IDE (World Wide Web Integrated Development Environment) software title. Scott Bannon, owner of BanPro NET stated that the development on this upgrade had focused on adding new and improved features, a faster and more reliable overall performance and creating a GUI (graphical user interface) that was both familiar and unique in it's design ...
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Five Innovative Ways To Get The Word Out About Your Web Site

Finding innovative and unique ways to distribute information about your product or service is the key to success on the Internet. Here are five ways to help you increase your success. 1. Directory Linking Create separate directories for each topic on your web site. No more than 25 -- the major search engines will bounce you out or black list you if you have more than 25 on any one page. A few years back, the search engines didn't make this distinction, however, now they do. Always request that ...
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Expired Domains

As you probably already know, domain names are obtained by registering them with a domain name registrar and paying the associated registration fee. Keeping ownership and control of a domain name, requires regular payments (usually annual) to renew the domain. In the event that a domain owner fails to pay the renewal fee, the domain then goes through a multi-step deletion process - first there is a period when the original owner can redeem the domain (although usually at higher cost), then a ...
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TurboScout.com Makes Web Searching 20 Times Faster

A 21 year-old undergraduate from Singapore launched TurboScout.com, a new search tool that helps Internet users to access and compare original results from over 90 search engines across 7 categories on a single web page, removing the hassle of retyping keywords into different search engines. Comparing results from different search engines like Google, Yahoo, MSN Search, and Ask Jeeves is a common practice for many users. This is because different engines use different ranking methods and thus ...
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"I'm just me" - An Overview of an Web er.. Designer, Developer,

I am going to give you a breakdown of my ... er ... work ... playtime .... income .... I'm a UK based Web Designer, Web Developer, Internet Consultant. I build websites, content management systems and internet solutions for anybody who can afford me. I am a prostitute!! Yes! A prostitute - I use my website to sell my wares and hope that the client enjoys the result if they decide to pick me up. I like to think of myself as giving good head to a "web enabled userbase". Apparently prostitution ...
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Discover 3 Tips to Generate Free Traffic For Global Domains International - Review and Be Amazed!

Have you been finding it hard to generate free traffic for your GDI business? Well this article will explain how you can use 3 free essential strategies to get traffic for Global Domains International, review these strategies and take action.Before we start I just want to explain the approach. The idea is to provide free quality advise to your audience. Not to attack them about your GDI business. Why? Well, you want to provide value first to create attraction. Then when your prospect feels they ...
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Spyware and Adware - where to get it and how to use it

Have you ever wondered what spyware and adware are? Have you then wondered where you can get them? We'll answer both those questions. What is Spyware? Spyware applications are programs that hide on your computer without your direct knowledge. Spyware programs allow hackers and advertising companies to track your every move, both on-line and even when you work off-line. They can track the websites you visit, the items that you buy online, the emails you send and receive, and your Instant Message ...
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Don't Get Fooled by the Web Hosting Wolves in Sheep's Clothing!

Are you looking for web hosting? If you want to set up a personal website, or a modest commercial one, you are probably in the market for an inexpensive shared hosting plan. Those entry-level plans may cost $5-10 per month, and often boast very generous features for that modest prize. However, the strong competition often causes the companies to oversell, and then have difficulties living up to their promises. And how do you go about telling the good ones from the bad?   Maybe you go to ...
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A Simple Guide to Web Hosting

Personal Computers, Servers Or ISP? You need a server to host your site so that it can be viewed over the internet. This server can either be an Internet Service Provider or of your own. Most websites are hosted by an Internet Service Provider because they can provide powerful server hardware, high speed connections and reliable server support. Most providers have very fast connections to the Internet such as a full T3 fiber-optic (45 Megabytes per second) connections which is about 1000 high ...
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