The announcement of new generic top-level domain names excited many domain investors and webmasters since they offered a chance to register exact match business and sector focused domain extensions, such as .market,.dentist,.actor and many others, when they first released. However a few was able to register valuable domain names that worth thousands of dollars. The infographic that we designed and shared below shares the lists of the biggest selling new gTLD extensions and top 10 gTLD domain name sales of 2015.
Customers of GoDaddy who live outside the United States now can secure their accounts by enabling two-step authentication. Two-step authentication is an SMS verification method which means that when you enter your login credentials on Godaddy login page, you will be sent a code via SMS and asked to enter the code at the login page in order to access your domain and hosting panel.
You are probably familiar with the method because two-step authentication has been used by almost all banks. Since domain names are valuable, intangible, digital assets, a security service like this one has already been a must-have for all domain registrars. So if you want to secure your domain names and files hosted under your Godaddy accounts, be sure to enable two-step authentication method.
1. Sign in to your Godaddy account
2. Click Settings tab at the top of page
3. Now click security settings and then Two-Step Two-Step Authentication
4. Click Add Two-Step Authentication
5. Enter your cell phone number and follow the instructions
Now your Godaddy account is more secure and less vulnerable to domain theft attacks.
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If you check your browser navbar right now, you will recognize that you’re connection to Domainpromo.com is secured with HTTPS/SSL encryption. Actually, we didn’t have to activate SSL for DomainPromo.com because we don’t require any membership or payment info from you to reveal the coupon codes listed here. As you already know everything here is accessible to anyone. But recently Google have published an article which states that SSL is now counted as a ranking factor. So, like every webmaster out there we also want to have better positions on Google’s search results and this is exactly why we enabled SSL on our website. (Too honest?)
This week, we will post an article about how to activate SSL for WordPress powered websites. If you’re planning to secure your website with SSL certificate don’t miss the upcoming blog post. Additionally, after a month of activating SSL, we will share some data about our SEO visibility to see how SSL affects SEO visibility. Stay tuned!