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3 Fast Steps to Help You Get to Market -- Right Now

When you need to get your idea to market right away, here are three services you'll want to remember.

Derek Newton

Digitally Sold: The Logistics of Transferring Your Online Business

Instead of handing over keys to a building, you're transferring account passwords, intellectual property and domain names.

Mark Daoust

Guess What Domain Name Google Just Bought?

Hint: It has to do with its new holding company.

Arjun Kharpal

Upping Its Small Business Game, Google Expands Domain Registration Offering

The search giant is rolling out custom email addresses and dozens more domain name endings to help SMBs amplify their branding online.

4 Free or Inexpensive Ways to Help Your Business Stand Out

A great office culture and a unique domain name can help you break through the market clutter.

Derek Newton

Why Google's Move to Alphabet Just Changed This Man's Life

Google's restructuring means the purchase of more than a few domains from Daniel Negari's web domain registry, XYZ.com.

Ari Levy

4 Reasons Why You Should Ditch '.com' for Good

Ever considered ".design," ".NYC", ".moda" or ".menu" instead? Now you can.

Ray King

Forget .com. Say Hello to: .bike, .app, .site -- and Many More.

New internet domain suffixes are here. But you'd better hurry and grab one.

Stuart Fuller

When It Comes to Knockoffs, Imitation Is the Costliest Form of Flattery

Trademarks and patents are far from perfect protection but they are, literally, the least a business can do to protect itself from counterfeiters.

Rohan Ayyar

Google Wants You to Share Your Knowledge With a .How Domain

The search giant says it created the new URL ending for entrepreneurs and companies that teach others how to do something.

4 Branding Lessons That You Don't Want to Learn the Hard Way

When you're branding your company and you're just starting out, you obviously want everything to go smoothly. That, of course, isn't always the case.

Neil Patel

8 Tips for Doing Business Online in China

A tantalizingly vast market lays behind an Internet firewall foreign businesses can't hope to climb without local help.

Kyle York