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SKGOLD™ Hosting, premier Canadian web hosting services provider, announces that customers can now follow ICANN’s release of the newest Generic Top Level Domains by using the online watchlist tool directly at the company’s website.
SKGOLD™ Hosting is pleased to announce that the web hosting company has partnered with eNom to offer customers access to ICANN’s newest Generic Top Level Domains (gTLD) watchlist. The staff at SKGOLD™ Hosting is inviting customers to create a watchlist today and check it frequently over the coming months as ICANN releases newly approved top level domain name extensions.
ICANN, the non-profit organization that coordinates web addresses around the globe, will begin to release new domain name extensions in early 2013. The new gTLDs represent a revolution in the Internet world; according to Sergey Krongold, owner and CEO of SKGOLD™ Hosting, “These new gTLDs are a huge deal for everyone who uses the web.”
The list of new gTLDs will ultimately include over 1,000 new domain name extensions in a wide range of categories including Business, Education, Money and Finance, Shopping, Sports, Entertainment and more. The new gTLDs give users an opportunity to create unique and highly descriptive domain names.
According to Mr. Krongold, the time to begin looking at new domain names is now: “It’s extremely easy to track the newest gTLDs. Customers can create a watchlist and keep track of newly approved gTLDs at no cost and with no commitment. I encourage everyone planning to purchase a domain or launch a website, whether for personal or business use, to start paying attention to this newest generation of domain names.”
Existing customers can get access to the watchlist at SKGOLD™ Hosting simply by logging in to the Client Area; new users can register at http://www.skgoldhosting.com/domain-names.html and begin creating a watchlist right away.
About SKGOLD™ Hosting:
SKGOLD™ Hosting is a Calgary-based Canadian Hosting company. Founded in 2003, the company is a division of SKGOLD™ Marketing Ltd., which provides Internet marketing services such as web hosting and web design for individuals and businesses.
In trading on Thursday, shares of ARC Resources Ltd (Toronto: ARX) crossed below their 200 day moving average of $ 22.74, changing hands as low as $ 22.32 per share. ARC Resources Ltd shares are currently trading down about 3% on the day. The chart below shows the one year performance of […]
Forbes Real Time
WASHINGTON — New residential construction starts surged 15% in September to their highest annual rate in more than four years, as the housing sector continued to show signs of a burgeoning rebound.
Firms in the Small Business Administration region that includes California borrowed $ 6.7 billion in loans backed by the agency in the last fiscal year.
Small businesses in the Western region that includes California took out more U.S.-backed loans than ever during the government’s last fiscal year, but they didn’t spend much of it in a way that generated new jobs, analysts said.
Wall Street Journal (blog)
Gasoline Prices Spike to Record Level in California
Wall Street Journal (blog)
By Jonathan Welsh Gasoline prices soared to a new record today in California. The average price for a gallon of regular gas in the state totaled $ 4.61, which is a jump of 12 cents from yesterday, according to AAA's Daily Fuel Gauge report.
Calif. gas price sets record, tops $ 4.61
Gas prices set a record in California
California gas prices hit all-time high as average soars to $ 4.61 a gallon
New York Times
Jobless Rate Falls to 7.8%, Lowest Level of Obama's Term
New York Times
The nation's unemployment rate dropped sharply to 7.8 percent in September, its lowest level since the month President Obama took office, the Labor Department said Friday. While employers added only a modest 114000 jobs last month, the jobless rate …
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The Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller index of home values in the 20 largest U.S. cities showed prices rose 1.6% in July from June and 1.2% from a year earlier.
WASHINGTON — Home prices in the nation’s biggest cities have risen to their highest level in nearly two years, according to the housing market’s leading index, indicating that a strong summer selling season has helped put real estate on its most stable ground since crashing five years ago.