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WeAreSocial and Hootsuite put together a pretty comprehensive report on the global digital landscape. The report gives a concise look at each region around the world along with a region by region breakdown. The report is worth taking a look at and bookmarking for those that do a lot of outbound and research the areas [...] Continue reading
March is already here, and a brand new renewal code has come right along with it. Use the code THINMINT March 1–31, 2019 to renew your .com domains for $10.99 and .net domains for $12.99. This code does not apply to new registrations or Premium Domains. Why THINMINT? You’d have to be living under a [...] Continue reading
It was five years ago this month that the first domains under the new top level domain (nTLD) program started rolling out to consumers. The first Latin script general availability domains came out in early February 2014. Remember .guru? .Plumbing? Yeah, that was a long time ago. Here’s how I’d sum up the [...] Continue reading
The Caribbean can create a unique flavour on the Internet by using effectively managed and financially stable Country Code Top-Level Domains. Commonly known as ccTLDs, Country Code Top Level Domains are the two-letter shortcodes inserted after the last dot and before the first slash of some website addresses. All ccTLDs are specifically designated [...] Continue reading
Latest update from the China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC) reports the total number of Chinese internet users reached 829 million at the end of 2018 — more than double the population of the US and up 7.3 percent on the previous year. Eight hundred seventeen million Chinese used a smartphone to access the internet, [...] Continue reading
Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) reports that the share of high-speed fiber in fixed broadband Internet connections in its member countries has risen to 25%, up from 12% eight years ago. OECD currently consists of 36 member countries spanning from North and South American regions to Europe and Asia-Pacific. OECD's [...] Continue reading