Customers trying to secure their rights of registration .UK domain name should note after 17:00 on the 24th of June 2019 we cannot guarantee a registration. It is important to note that after 06:00 on 25th of June 2019 you will no longer have the rights of registration to a .UK domain. Following this date, the domains will be made available on a first come first served basis.
After 14:00 on the 1st July 2019 customers will be able to attempt registration via the Easynic control panel or end users can setup new accounts via www.easynic.com
Nominet, the official registry for UK domain names will increase the prices of all domain name extensions ending in .uk on 1st March 2016.
This will result in wholesale prices of both new registrations and renewals of .co.uk, .org.uk, .me.uk, and .uk domains increasing.
As a result of these increased wholesale prices for .UK extensions it will be necessary for us to increase the price we charge for all Nominet domain names, effective March 1st 2016.
How to avoid the increased domain registration fees:
If you want to save some money long-term, and avoid paying the increased domain name registration fees, then now is a good time to either register a new UK domain extension, or renew your existing one. By registering or renewing you UK domain before 1st March 2016 you will avoid paying the price increase.
With this in mind, we advise that you renew your extension for the longest period, so that you can avoid the price increases for as long as possible.
If you have a large number of .UK extensions, then multi-year renewals made before 1st March 2016 could result in significant savings.
For full information on our reseller packages, view our Price List
More people than ever are wanting to create a website, whether it’s for their business or if it’s just a personal website, such as a blog or a family photo gallery, etc. It used to be the case that people would only buy only one domain name, however that is now changing. Increasingly people are registering more than one domain name.
UK.COM and UK.NET domain names have been used by British companies of all sizes and across all industries for almost 20 years. They combine the UK’s national identifier with the popular “.com” and “.net” ending. This helps to improve consumer trust and confidence and can be found by search engines from anywhere in the world. The good news is there are still lots of valuable keywords, place names and short domains with UK.COM and UK.NET still available to register.
All of the most successful websites know about the importance of using images. If you have a website then to maximise its potential you need to be including images – throughout the site, from its main pages and in each blog post. The fact is images will help grab peoples attention when they arrive on one of your webpages – they can engage with the viewer.
So if images are important, then the next logical step it to use the best looking images possible. The better an image is the more it drives engagment. While you may have the budget to pay for high quality images for the main pages on your website, what about getting an attractive image for your blog posts?
Every week a number of new domain name extensions (gTLDs) are released for the very first time – domain extensions such as .CLUB, .COMPANY, .SUPPORT, .NINJA, etc – times have changed from the days when you could only register traditional domain names such as .COM, .CO.UK, .NET, etc. This year will see the release of hundreds of new domain extensions, all offering huge opportunities – so don’t miss out.
We’ve all been busy getting ready for each new launch and our Sales Dept have been busy answering the phones, taking orders and monitoring our website for the many online orders we’ve been getting.
WordPress is a fantastic free, open source blogging tool and content management system. Using WordPress is one of the easiest & cheapest ways for you to create a powerful, professional website on your own.
A popular feature of WordPress is the ability to add “plugins” to your WordPress website – these are bits of software that you can add on to your website that will give it extra functions, and expand the capability of your site. For example, you could add a plugin that allows you to easily include a poll into your website. This means you don’t have to get involved in creating any complicated code, or have to spend money paying a developer to create one for you – the quick & simple solution is to use a plugin which does it all for you.
WordPress was used by more than 23.3% of the top 10 million websites as of October 2015. WordPress is the most popular blogging system in use on the Web, with more than 60 million websites using it. A major factor in the popularity of WordPress is thanks in large part to plugins.
Google Analytics is a fantastic bit of software which can provide very detailed stats & information to help you manage your website. It’s completely free to use, but it can at first seem quite difficult to use. However, with a little bit of help you can quickly begin to understanding how it all works – and how you can effectively can use it.
If you don’t already have Google Analytics installed on your website, then visit Google’s Support page to find out how to set up the web tracking code – it’s very easy.
This is a guest post by Brian Tait – a Google Analytics expert and founder of Aillum.com, from where he helps businesses get the most from their online efforts.
Over to you Brian…..
If you have a website then it’s highly recommended that you add photos to it – especially for your blog posts. Photos help engage with your website visitors – they can help draw them in and keep them on your website for longer. It’s well known that blog posts with images in them get more views.
If you are interested in creating a successful online business, then it’s recommended that you learn from people who have already achieved it – people who have been there, done that and have got the t-shirt. But where do you find such people, and where can you listen to them share their stories about their trials & tribulations of growing their business? Answer: podcasts!