• See The World Through A .Glass Extension

    by Marcaria.com Team | Apr 17, 2014
    The new .Glass domain extension is a great fit for companies and individuals that work with any type of glass, whether it’s an auto glass repair company, windows manufacturers, or creative artists who specialize in glass work. Eyeglass, drinking glass and window glass are just some of the most popular searches for “glass” related subjects.
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  • Create A Professional E-Learning Hub With The .Education Domain Extension

    by Marcaria.com Team | Apr 15, 2014
    The new .EDUCATION domain extension is an excellent choice for any project related to education and learning, whether it’s a portal for a high-end learning institute, an educational blog with online courses / seminars, or a community hub for education and learning events.
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  • Get Your Hands On The Key Of The City With A Cool .VEGAS Extension

    by Marcaria.com Team | Mar 25, 2014
    Who wouldn’t want to grab a piece of the billion-dollar goldmine called “Vegas”? One of the most recognized brands in the world, the new .VEGAS gTLD gives you an amazing opportunity to associate your business with one of the most exciting names in the world of entertainment, gambling, food and accommodation industries.
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  • Brand Your Site Easier Than Ever With The New .Shop Extension

    by Marcaria.com Team | Mar 18, 2014
    With approximately 8% of all retail sales happening online, e-commerce is a multibillion dollar / year global industry that allows both large companies and small individuals to buy and sell goods to an international and growing market.
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  • The .Online Extension Gives The Pulse Of The New Internet

    by Marcaria.com Team | Mar 12, 2014
    The .ONLINE extension is a great alternative to the .com extension, giving you the opportunity to register a valuable and memorable domain name that will strengthen your brand presence online. This domain extension was aimed to create a fresh space on the internet, giving plenty of room for new ideas and innovation.
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  • Domain mistakes to Avoid in 2014

    by Mark Brown | Mar 11, 2014
    We have already seen a lot of changes to the Internet in 2014 that will affect how companies use their domains. Google has unleashed huge algorithm changes under the guise of such seemingly harmless creatures as hummingbirds and penguins. If you aren't following the Google algorithm changes, then you should. For an SEO guy like me, Google has been a constant source of stress.
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  • Take A Bite Of The Big Apple By Claiming Your .NYC Extension

    by Marcaria.com Team | Mar 04, 2014
    What a better way to honor one of the most exciting cities in the world than by giving it an exclusive domain extension? .NYC is going to be among the first city domain extensions ever created, so prove that you are right on the spot with a highly valuable .NYC domain name.
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  • Guide to Protecting your Trademark Online

    by Mark Brown | Mar 03, 2014
    I am always amazed at how naive otherwise-brilliant business professionals can be about the Internet. I cannot tell you how many times I have had customers tell me that their trademark is protected because they put it online. The first time I heard a customer say that, I actually had to stop and collect myself.
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  • Worst Branding Mistakes Ever Made

    by Mark Brown | Feb 28, 2014
    When you get as involved in branding and international trademarks as I do, you either hear or see stories that you just cannot believe. I will sometimes use examples of branding disasters in my presentations to customers because I love the responses I get. Please keep in mind that I had nothing to do with any of these branding disasters.
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  • 5 Steps to Protect your Brand Internationally

    by Mark Brown | Feb 27, 2014
    Whenever I take on a new client, the first thing I usually do is go through my whole presentation on brand protection. It takes a couple of minutes, and there are always a lot of questions. But the best part comes when I tell my new client that what I just explained was only for the American market. The jaws usually drop when I launch into the international brand protection presentation.
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