The Good, Bad (and Ugly?) Side of ICANN’s New Top Level Domains: Will They Break or Organize the Web

After a 3 long year process (long for those who wanted to own a new domain extension) ICANN officially approved a “historic change to internet domain name system”, which will allow companies and organizations to create broad generic strings such as .eco, .hotel or .shop. Not only that, some companies will turn their own brandsstuff

How Do I Register a Domain Name at

You’ve already had the chance to learn how domains work and how to get free themes for your WordPress blog. Now it’s time to show you where and how to get your domain name, be it a .me, .com, .net, .org or any other top-level domain out there. We start with Blacknight! Blacknight Internet Solutions Ltdstuff

WordPress Theme Markets You Should Try: Premium and Free WordPress Themes at ThemeForest, WooThemes, Elegant Themes…

Hello there, fellow blogger! I’m going to take a wild guess right now and assume that you own a blog based on WordPress, the awesome blogging platform that uses as well ;). If I’m right, this blog post might be very useful to you. As you know, everything is about first impressions. Meeting newstuff

Get Tumblr Followers and Visitors by Adding a Tumblr Share Button to Your Blog

Although Facebook’s like button is probably the most used sharing tool on blogs and websites on the Internet, you shouldn’t neglect other social networks. One of them is Tumblr. Tumblr has a growing user base and those users want to easily reblog content from your or any other site outside Tumblr. With just a fewstuff

How Apple Gave Up on Web Apps – to Make More Money With iCloud

I’m sure you already read that Apple introduced iCloud, the successor to MobileMe and their new web platform. Here at .Me we love web apps like and TinyPay and that’s why you have to remember that iCloud isn’t Apple’s way of entering the web application market, but actually a measure of ensuring the futurestuff

Add the Google +1 button to Your Website: 4 Things You Need to Know

A few days ago, Google released its +1 button for websites, a system which allows your readers to “plus one” the content that they are currently reading. We can expect to see this button more and more on lots of websites, just as it was case with Twitter’s Tweet This and Facebook’s Like button. Most ofstuff

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