Archive for October, 2007

And the nominees are…

The shortlists for the PC Pro Reliability & Service Awards 2007 have been announced, and we’re really pleased to hear that 123-reg has been nominated in the web host category. So pleased, in fact, that a few people came into the office in fancy dress today to celebrate. Or was that because of Halloween? Anyway, according [...]

Friday afternoon links

If your anything like us, when you stumble across a great site you want everyone to know about it. Rather than us spam you all with emails full of links, I thought I’d put up a few of our favourites at the moment for you to take a look at. Tom, our Head of New [...]

Contacting our support team

Recently we made some changes to the ‘contact us’ page, directing you to our support website first to help you find the answers to your questions, and if the problem was not solved you could then contact us. In response to your feedback we have changed back to the old ‘contact us’ page as [...]

WebFusion nominated for award

Our sister site WebFusion has been nominated in the ‘Online Service of the year’ category of the Windows Vista Magazine Wishlist Awards 2007. If you also use WebFusion for your shared hosting, VPS, Dedicated server or Email, to vote for WebFusion and be in with a chance of winning some great prizes go to [...]

What’s your domain name worth?

Chat in the office yesterday turned to the subject of how much domain names are worth. Bundle of laughs, us lot. Anyway, a quick bit of work on Google revealed that the most anyone’s ever paid for a domain name is $12m. The domain? No, we weren’t that surprised either. It is possible to make [...]

Always on the same sites? Save time with news feeds

Do you visit the same websites every day to see what’s changed? If so, you might want to think about using news feeds. Loads of websites offer them and they could save you stacks of time. They let you know when new content has been added to websites. What makes them useful is that you [...]

Pay Per Click guide part 4 – Analysing your statistics

In the previous 3 parts of this guide we have had an introduction to using search engine pay per click advertising, looked at how to research and choose your keywords in more detail, and how to write your PPC adverts. Now they are up and running, the next step is to analyse their performance. Once [...]