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1681: new post   .keyword vs. keyword.com
WebmasterWorld Members discuss the new gTLDs.
Domain NamesNov 9, 2015
1682: new post   ICANN To Change Cryptographic Key Pairs For The First Time
The cryptographic key switch-over will take around two years to complete.
Domain NamesSept 20, 2016
1683: new post   ICANN Now The Ultimate Overseer of Domain Name System
Some ask if the U.S. Government has given away the Internet?
Domain NamesOct 3, 2016
1684: new post   Domain Name Leasing
WebmasterWorld Members discuss leased or lease-purchased a domains.
Domain NamesJan 31, 2017
1685: new post   Uniregistry Price Increases of 3000pct For Some New gTLDs
For instance, it would appear anyone with a .hosting domain who paid and would have renewed at $20, will now have to pay $300.
Domain NamesMar 8, 2017
1686: new post   ICANN Postpones KSK Cryptographic Key Rollover
A significant number of resolvers used by ISPs and network operators are not fully ready for the change which was due on 11 October 2017.
Domain NamesSept 29, 2017
1687: new post   The Rise, Fall and Resurrection of Exact Match Domains (EMDs)
"It ain't over 'til it's over and the value of EMDs doesn't reside only in the ephemera of weighting of "words in domains" in search engine ranking signals."
Domain NamesNov 16, 2017
1688: new post   ICANN Says .corp, .home, .mail Proposing Never to Release as TLDs
ICANN: As high-risk strings, proposing not to delegate these.
Domain NamesFeb 13, 2018
1689: new post   U.K. Holders of .eu Domains Will Lose Rights to Renewal After U.K. Withdrawal From E.U.
U.K. holders of .eu domains will not be allowed to renew the domains after the U.K. exists from the European Union on 30 March 2019.
Domain NamesMar 30, 2018
1690: new post   The Battle over France.com Domain
There's now a legal fight over the domain, france.com, and it may be a trademark issue.
Domain NamesApr 30, 2018
1691: new post   How GDPR effects WHOIS and Domain Name Info
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a European regulation that has prompted many domain name registrars and registries to remove registrant names and contact information from Whois records.
Domain NamesMay 26, 2018
1692: new post   ICANN Publishes gTLD Marketplace Health Index (beta)
ICANN has published gTLD Marketplace Health Index (beta), first published in 2016...
Domain NamesJune 21, 2018
1693: new post   Are US Citizens willing to pay in other currencies ?
"Something I've noticed is that people in the US seem to have an aversion to making online payments in any currency other than USD"
EcommerceNov 11, 2001
1694: new post   Affiliate Programs - The Crack Cocaine of the Internet
"The idea of making money online is very alluring if not addictive and where there is an addiction there are abusers. "
EcommerceMar 1, 2002
1695: new post   Accepting Donations from around the World
"I would like an inexpensive solution and from reading the posts, it seems that Worldpay and PayPal win out in these situations."
EcommerceApr 24, 2002
1696: new post   Using Personalized Emails on the Web
"...has seen great success with personalizing their pieces - so much so that DM mail shops have expensive laser divisions that add all kinds of personalized touches from a database after the basic print run is finished."
EcommerceJuly 5, 2002
1697: new post   Do you put a phone number on your site?
"If I put up a phone number on one of my busier sites, I could be swamped."
EcommerceAug 13, 2002
1698: new post   PayPal to Accept Euros and Pound Sterling Currencies
"Starting on October 9...The initial roll-out of Multiple Currencies will give PayPal account holders the option..."
EcommerceSept 25, 2002
1699: new post   Shopping Carts 101
"It is intended to be a starting point. You already know that you should do your homework before you get involved with shopping carts."
EcommerceNov 9, 2002
1700: new post   CC Validation Without Instant Verification?
"If possible, they would like to bypass the stage of having credit cards approved by an online processor. What they would like to do is have an online shopping cart but then receive the details of the order either via email or through a secure website and then process the orders manually."
EcommerceDec 6, 2002
1701: new post   Ecomm up 20% - One Week Spending Record Shattered
Despite a sluggish US economy, online consumers spent a staggering $2.2 billion (USD) from Dec 1 to Dec 7. All reports indicate that ecomm this christmas is up over 20 to 25% over last year.
EcommerceDec 18, 2002
1702: new post   Reporting Suspected Credit Card Fraud
"...I just got an order for 10 identical pairs of shoes from Lagos, Nigeria using a yahoo email account."
EcommerceDec 28, 2002
1703: new post   UK's Which? Webtrader Closing
A popular best practice scheme is closing in the uk: "...Sites have to adhere to all UK and Europe Consumer laws, and display terms and conditions to customers stating all their rights."
EcommerceJan 5, 2003
1704: new post   Shopping Cart Abandonment
"...We have a well designed shopping cart interface, and if somebody actually puts something in the cart, half of them make it to the checkout."
EcommerceJan 17, 2003
1705: new post   The Site Update Effect on Sales
"...it will have a negative impact on sales for a week or so, before a major rebound."
EcommerceJan 21, 2003
1706: new post   How does a typical drop-shipping arrangement work?
"Can dealing with multiple drop-shippers for a single site become an organisational nightmare?"
EcommerceFeb 23, 2003
1707: new post   Web News Cashes In
"...the New York Times went from a $7.5 million loss on its Internet site in 2001 to an $8 million profit in 2002..."
EcommerceApr 16, 2003
1708: new post   Ecommerce Sales Up 26% In First Quarter.
Ecomm sales increases continue to amaze and out pace bricks and mortar by double digits.
EcommerceMay 24, 2003
1709: new post   New EU Law Applies Vat to Internet Sales
"On July 1, a new EU directive goes into effect requiring all Internet firms to account for value added tax, or VAT, on "digital sales."
EcommerceJune 10, 2003
1710: new post   Back-up Strategy
It sounds so easy - get a CDRW or DVDRW and make backups right? In the real world, it is a great deal more involved.
EcommerceSept 30, 2003
1711: new post   The Christmas Rush Is On
EcommerceNov 25, 2003
1712: new post   Spam Bill Becomes US Law
Mixed reaction to new spam law passed in US.
EcommerceDec 16, 2003
1713: new post   Fewer Fraudulent Orders With Paypal?
There has been a long standing belief that PayPal is more secure for ecommerce than any other form of payment acceptance.
EcommerceJan 21, 2004
1714: new post   It is Official - PayPal Comes of Age
"PayPal's revenue increase includes a 49% year-to-year rise in revenue from payment transactions processed for merchants other than eBay.com, a spokeswoman says."
EcommerceJan 28, 2004
1715: new post   PayPal No Longer Requires Prior Account Setup to Pay Merchants.
PayPal, the Internet's largest payment processor, no longer requires an account setup prior to paying someone. This changes everything.
EcommerceFeb 14, 2004
1716: new post   Effective Order Confirmation Email
"... order confirmation emails are one of the most important touch points for keeping customers apprised of the status of their transactions...."
EcommerceMay 3, 2004
1717: new post   Paypal Sets New Fee Structure (August 6, 2004)
The Internet's largest independent payment processor adjusts Ecommerce Fees.
EcommerceJune 16, 2004
1718: new post   MicroPayments and Credit Cards - Game On
"...because of a patent-pending method of lumping together individual transactions into one transaction to reduce the cost to the merchant."
EcommerceJune 29, 2004
1719: new post   eBay Buys Stake in Online Network Craigslist
" Internet auctioneer eBay Inc. said on Friday it had acquired a roughly 25 percent stake in craigslist, an online network of classified ads and forums aimed at people looking to find an apartment rental, meet friends or trade goods."
EcommerceAug 16, 2004
1720: new post   PayPal Poised to Update Home Page
One of the most stable and user friendly sites gets ready to change it's homepage for the first time in many years.
EcommerceSept 10, 2004
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