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-Updating Your Site: No ‘Broken Links’ but Plenty of ‘Bad’ Ones

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404 No Longer Here! You may not have any broken links on your site but that doesn’t mean you don’t have some ‘bad’ ones. I have posted before on the importance of cleaning up and eliminating any broken links since search engines like Google downgrade or penalize sites which have them. But links from past […]

-Searching for the Best Domain Names

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.com .net .info .org .us The right domain name is extremely important to have yet few folks spend a lot of time coming up with the best Internet address possible for their blog or ministry site. Remember, you have to live with the domain address and your target audience needs to be able to find […]

Choosing a Domain Name for Your Ministry

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?.com .net .org .info .us? Here’s an article with some good tips on choosing the best domain name for your Internet ministry: “The Beginning of your Internet ministry: A Domain Name”  @eMinister Blog Related Posts: “Purchasing Domain names -What You Should Know” Getting Started: Getting Domains from ‘Go Daddy’   *Top

Purchasing Domains from Go Daddy- My Experience

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Looking for a site to purchase domains names from can be very confusing.  There are a number of bogus sites out there, lots of domain resellers and plenty of third party dealers.  Just Google:  ‘domains sellers’ and you will immediately see the problem. First of all, those in the know will tell you that it […]

Getting Started: Getting Domains from ‘Go Daddy’

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I just purchased 5 domains for Blogging Ministry from Go Daddy. The experience was not all that fun. I had purchased domains for my other blogs through Yahoo and it was quite fast and easy. However, Yahoo is actually a third party seller and not a direct accredited ICANN registrar. Also, most people in the […]

“Purchasing Domain names -What You Should Know”

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Here is a good article on purchasing domains. By John Kinney posted in the Entireweb Newsletter, Sept. 26, 2006. The site is full of advertising so it is somewhat hard to follow the post, but it is a great summary of important information about domains. Here is a second article on protecting domains. By Ross […]