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Michael Bloch
Online Business Consultant

Premium Author Michael Bloch

Australia

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Michael Bloch is an online business consultant with over six years experience in the web hosting and domain name services industry. Michael is currently consulting for Domain Registration Services, who have been providing domain name registration and web site hosting solutions to Australia and the world since 1998.


ARTICLES BY MICHAEL BLOCH


The term "domain slamming" is derived from telephone slamming, where a subscriber's telephone service is changed without their consent - a practice particularly prevalent in the USA and Britain. D...
Received an unsolicited email offering to sell you a domain name that grabs your interest? Read on as this tip might just save you hundreds of dollars.
Typosquatting is a form of cybersquatting that can erode a company's brand and contribute to a reduction in sales. It can also add to the cost of sales through the need for defensive action or lit...
Finding a good a domain name is a big task - there's not only making the list of choices, but then hoping that one of them is available. Sometimes a search could result in what would appear to be ...
With many nations now allowing people residing outside their shores to register names under their ccTLD (country code Top Level Domain) extension, the options for registering an ideal name have br...
You may have seen the .nu domain name around - but do you know its origins? The extension .nu is the country code top-level domain (ccTLD) representing Niue, a tiny island nation located around 2,...
Choosing the right domain name registrar doesn't just involve price, features and security - ethics issues may also be a consideration. For example, the reported practice of domain name warehousin...
The energy and innovation of fraudsters never seems to end - if only they would use their powers for good. Fraudsters know that people often misspell domain names and use this to their advantage.
Have you ever closely monitored an expiring domain name with view to registering it as soon as it became available again only to be pipped at the post by another party? You may have fallen victim ...
A revolutionary change is about to occur in relation to domain names. What does it mean for Joe Surfer or the average registrant?
Domain name optimization is related to SEO (search engine optimization). It refers to selecting a name that may help your rankings on search engines.
In normal cybersquatting incidents, a party registers a domain name in bad faith, knowing that the registration will negatively impact another party through infringing on their brand. A reverse do...
The Domain Name System (DNS) currently used by the majority of Internet users isn't the only one. Several groups operate alternative DNS roots. So how do they work and why are they in existence?
Using a hyphen (a dash) in a domain name is still a hotly debated topic and whether you should select a hyphenated domain really just depends on your specific situation.
Having a domain name is a serious business, particularly when it's connected to your enterprise - but security is an issue often overlooked.








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