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El dominio idóneo para la contabilidad: .accountant

Blog Dominios Blog Dominios: Imagen: www.namecheap.com Los negocios contables van prosperando en el mercado laboral, por eso se ha visto la necesidad de ir creando nuevos recursos online. Así se ha lanzado la extensión .accountant, que significa “contable” si lo traducimos del inglés. Gracias a esta puesta en marcha se puede llegar con mayor facilidad a muchas más personas de todo el planeta, y de esta manera aumentar significativamente las probabilidades de obtener nuevos clientes. Desde el punto de vista técnico, las extensiones .accountant soportan caracteres IDN además de la posibilidad de establecer whois privados. La longitud de los dominios debe oscilar como la gran mayoría, entre 1 y 63 caracteres, siendo los registros inmediatos, sin requisitos de residencia ni técnicos específicos. Con la adquisición de los .accountant contarás con una herramienta que permita reconocer tu página web y así ofrecer la posibilidad de contactar directamente con los clientes; además, con el añadido de crear foros, lugares de preguntas y respuestas, especialización de servicios y otros… o cualquier sección que convierta el portal en más interesante.

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eSports 101 – The Absolute Beginners Guide to DOTA 2

Morgan Linton Morgan Linton: So you want to start watching eSports since you’re starting to feel old watching a game where someone hits a ball with a wooden stick? You’re not alone and as you have probably noticed if you’re a regular reader of mine, I have started to cover eSports a lot more on my blog. There’s two […]

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ParkLogic Next – Part 2

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Part 1 in the series on the new ParkLogic Next platform covered a number of the innovations that have been built into the new platform. In this article, I'm highlighting some of the new features in the client interface that greatly assist in managing a domain portfolio.

On top of the revolutionized backend the ParkLogic team have poured a huge amount of effort into providing a client interface that is full of invaluable easily accessible information. The ultimate goal is to make downloading statistics into Excel a thing of the past. Right in the interface, clients can sort, filter and manipulate their domain traffic data…..but of course, CSV files will always be available.

The dashboard provides a slider for expanded viewing of date ranges and you can even drop trend lines right on a chart. At a click of a button, any data in a graph can be instantly displayed in the table below. It’s all about making the data both accessible and actionable.

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Cutting the cord? You Tube is in the game but Sling is still better…here’s why

Morgan Linton Morgan Linton: So I’ve been an on and off cord cutter for years now. It has been a strange experience for me since a few years ago I declared “screw cable, I can get everything I need through streaming!” and then I realized that I couldn’t watch the Olympics. In fact I didn’t even want to watch […]

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Recent Domain Sales Under $3k That Have Been Developed (pics): Instashot.com, LadyJanes.com, More

Domain Shane Domain Shane: The screenshots below are examples of buyers of domains from the past few months that have either developed their sites, or purchased an upgrade domain and have redirected their acquisition to an existing website.
LadyJanes.com sold for $2,995 at Sedo, and the domain is an upgrade from LJHaircuts.com. The men’s haircut shop is in growth mode, now with over 100 locations in 15 states.

Instashot.com sold for $2,906 at Sedo, and a new app is in the works, “Instashot is an iOS app to help you access text from any image instantly”
9coin.com sold for $2,800 at Sedo, and a Chinese language cryptocurrency news site is live. Per Google Translate, “Ninth trading network (9COIN.COM) Changzhou block chain Information Technology Co., Ltd., the global block-chain information service platform.”

ImmunAge.com sold for $2,725 at Sedo, and the domain was an upgrade from Immunage.us. “Immun’Âge® is a food supplement prepared with our unique papaya fermentation process called FPP®.”

GardenSouq.com sold for $2,600 at Sedo, and this is the online home for the company with a bricks & mortar garden center in Dubai. “Garden Souq started journey in 2010 with an obsession to transform UAE’s arid climate into an exquisite landscape, to cherish the true beauty of nature by Landscaping designing.”

CESolutions.com sold for $2,307 at NameJet, and the domain is an upgrade from EMS-CE.com. Based in Texas, “CE Solutions is a pioneer in the Fire & EMS continuing education industry, beginning in 1997 our vision was to bring quality Fire and EMS continuing education to the users instead of the user having to cover great distances to obtain their CE.”

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Craft A Profitable SEO Strategy: Is Your (Lack Of) Social Media Strategy Killing Your Business?

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“Keep Those Eyebrows Up!” – Cybersecurity at the Global Women’s Forum

CircleID CircleID: News of cyberattacks is slowly becoming a new normal. We are still at a stage where high-profile cases, like the recent attack against the American credit reporting company Equifax, in which 145.5 million users had their personal information compromised, raise eyebrows. But we need those eyebrows to stay up because we should never accept cyber threats as the new normal.

This week in Paris, hundreds of leaders met at the Women's Forum to discuss some of the key issues that will shape the future of a world in transition, including cybersecurity. But this topic is not just a concern for the experts — it's a concern to all men and women leading any business today.

New risks on the horizon

A recent report by the Internet Society, "Paths to Our Digital Future", points out that now is a big moment for the Internet. The revolution we already see could accelerate in the coming years, not only due to the increasing digitalization of services and businesses, but also through the expansion of objects being connected to the Internet — the Internet of Things (IoT). By 2020 more than 20 billion "things" could be connected.

Suddenly it's not only your computer but also your toaster or car that's online! The convergence of the physical and the digital world promises a whole range of opportunities on the horizon. But in the interconnected communities we live in, cybersecurity becomes increasingly about personal and societal security.

Organisations are only as secure as their weakest link

What this means is that security needs to be everyone's concern in the management chain. For leaders, cybersecurity must become a strategic priority. Business executives need to ensure that their organisations have the capacity and skills to address online threats — a challenge in itself due to the current deficit of qualified professionals. In fact, some estimates point towards a global shortage of 2 million cybersecurity professionals by 2019, with a stronger gender divide than in any other industry.

Security is not a concern that can be delegated to experts either, hoping that all will be fine. Today there is a psychological barrier among many non-experts who believe that security is something that their IT department is solely responsible for.

This narrow view misses the point that cybersecurity is dependent on a variety of actors — including individuals. The majority of cyber incidents are actually due to human error, through social engineering attacks such as email phishing to an employee, or even the accidental disclosure of private data. This means that basic security practices must be understood by non-experts as well.

Shaping a trustworthy Internet ecosystem

The ecosystem also needs to offer incentives for good behavior. Take the example of data breaches. While they are a risk to both companies and customers, the risks do not align. As we showed in our 2016 Global Internet Report, the organisations that handle customer data may be at reputational or legal risk to a data breach, but they are not likely to bear the same level of costs as the customers or users who may have their data lost or stolen in a breach.

This means we have to shape the ecosystem to better align the risks among users, manufacturers and service providers. While there are several ways to do this, such as clarifying liability laws, a key way is through better security signaling: recognizable, trusted methods for signaling levels of security so that consumers can factor it into their buying habits.

Everyone has a role to play to shape a trustworthy Internet. To secure data and online devices through their lifetimes, The Internet Society offers the Online Trust Alliance's IoT Trust Framework. But this is only part of the solution. We need to all take into account the risk IoT insecurity poses to users, and the Internet as a whole.

Cybersecurity needs to be everyone's concern, so keep those eyebrows up!
Written by Constance Bommelaer, Senior Director, Global Internet Policy, Internet SocietyFollow CircleID on TwitterMore under: Cybersecurity, Internet of Things

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Top Topics: My Mistakes in Domaining Revealed; Are VI.com and Challenge.com for Sale Again?…

NamePros NamePros: In 2016, we published an interview with ViSalus CEO Ryan Blair who told us why he purchased Challenge.com and VI.com for a combined total of $825,000. Now, however, it looks as though those two domain names may have been put up for sale.

Domain Assets managing partner John Mauriello posted a "for sale" notice for both Challenge.com and VI.com...

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