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Would You Pay $195 For A .CPA Domain

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Starting July 1, licensed CPA firms would be able to register their .CPA name for an amount of $195 per year that amounts to almost $2000 for a 10 year registration. .CPA promises to protect the industry from hackers and squatters as it can only be registered by entities verified and recognised by the AICPA (American Institute of Certified Public Accountants). Since the .com domains are...

Restaurants Around The World Adopting New Domain Extensions

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Foodies & Food Joints seem to be quite ahead if you talk about adopting new technology. You would have quite often noticed that Internet is rife with digital innovation in beverages and food segments. From social media where foodies seems to post almost everything they eat to numerous food delivery apps that will bring your favourite meal to your doorstep. Online space is pile with food...

The Great Rebranding Story: Small Business Owners Adopting the New Extensions

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We often have a preconceived notion that .com domains are the best for online presence and business. Businesses around the world are now moving away from the herd mentality and are opting for the new TLDs which reflect their brand and business in a better way. The primary reason to opt out of .com is that these small businesses are able to secure good keywords in the new extensions. Most of these...

Dispute Over .amazon – Two Nation States vs The Ecommerce Giant

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“At first, I thought I was fighting to save rubber trees, then I thought I was fighting to save the Amazon rainforest. Now I realise I am fighting for humanity.” – Chico Mendes, Brazilian Environmentalist Much has been said about the dispute over the top-level domain .amazon between the two nations Brazil and Peru and the e-commerce titan Amazon. When ICANN offered new TLDs, Amazon was...

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