Howdy, .COers! Today we are bringing you another SEO-related blog post for your reading pleasure. At .CO, we believe knowledge is power, and we like to provide you with the industry information you need in order to succeed. Last year, we posted an in-depth series of posts that provide you with step-by-step info about how to ensure your site is adhering to SEO best practices. Now, we’ve moved onto a topic equally important to SEO—search engine algorithm changes. Read More >
Howdy, .COers! As you may know, here at .CO, we want to help you build the best website and enjoy as much success as possible. When it comes to SEO, I aim to arm you with the SEO knowledge and tools you need to make applying SEO best practices a bit easier.
I’m here today to talk about a subject that can often be mysterious and murky—Google algorithms. You may have heard about a few changes—such as Panda, Penguin, or the most recent update—Hummingbird. Read More >
When former data analyst turned entrepreneur, Sreeram Sreenivasan, experienced the pain points of using enterprise data processing and reporting applications like SAS in his day job, he decided to develop his own solution (www.ubiq.co) to solve for the issues he experienced. We launched an offer for Ubiq Analytics on our Membership Program late 2013, and it has since gone on to generate a significant buzz from our member base. We were so impressed with Ubiq, that we shared the offer with our partners’ over at Startup Weekend, who have promoted it widely to their community as well. We caught up with Sreeram in Mumbai, to learn more about his influences, motivations and journey as an entrepreneur. Read More >
As 2013 closes and we prepare for an awesome, crazy and trend setting 2014, I wanted to take a moment to reflect on 2013 with a rundown of .CO‘s highpoints. From launch, our team set out with the lofty goal of changing the fabric of the Internet. As we head into 2014, all indicators point to a path that continues to build a great community of entrepreneurs, businesses and brands that will be doing just that in the 2014.
For any that have met our team, you may have heard us describe our strategy as having three pillars – Awareness, Growth and Use. I’m excited to share highlights from each pillar and we’re looking forward to expanding efforts this year.
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In the next two years we are going to see a massive proliferation of new top level domain extensions (nTLDs). Some of my favorites: .ninja, .nyc, .tech, .design, .app, and .web. Soon there will be well over 1000 domain options coming online.
This begs the question: How will .CO fare in this new environment?
While it may sound counter-intuitive, we’ve been HUGE advocates of the nTLD process from the very start. But why would a relatively new TLD like .CO actually want even more competition? After all, isn’t competing with the likes of .com and other legacy domain extensions quite enough to deal with? Read More >