We cover the most important SEO criteria to implement to get your site ranked in 2019.
Google has contracted 10,000 people to look at your website and decide how well you qualify in expertise, authoritativeness, and trustworthiness...
Google has introduced a mobile-friendly test site to allow you to check whether they consider your website to be mobile-friendly or not..
Here are some popular options when choosing an email provider to use with your Domain.
Soon the DNC will begin sharing withheld data with Cert NZ.
Soon the office of the Domain Name Commissioner will be following up to resolve all self-conflicted Domains.
We look at some of the highlights of the NZRS Domain Name Awareness research completed last year.
If you conduct any business with, or monitor, private individuals in the EU, you'll need to comply with the GDPR rules by May 25th, or risk potentially huge fines.
We look at the highlights of this year's annual dot NZ Domain Registrar conference in Wellington.
We've compiled a brief list of some of the more than 200 criteria Google uses to rank sites, that we believe are relevant to small business sites.
From 28 November 2017 individual registrants who are not in significant trade will be able to choose to withhold some personal details from the WHOIS.
6,675 conflicted names were released on 27 October 2017, which are now free for anyone to register.
We explore the merits of a descriptive/category Domain name and try to answer why Google is no longer bolding keywords in search results.
Google wants to make sure the sites they deliver in search results are secure. They've even made it part of their ranking signal. Find out why you should switch to https.
If you own a conflicted .nz Domain you have until 18 October, 2017 to set your preference on its .nz equivalent - do you want it, or are you happy for another party to have it?
In 2008 total .nz registrations grew by 90 per day (registrations less cancellations) By 2015 it was just 22 per day. We look at how the .nz Domain space has reached its plateau.
One thing that really makes me cringe is when I spot a small business, who have their own website Domain, but use Gmail, Yahoo, or Hotmail addresses for their email.