Sunday, June 26 2016
By JINGUO HE on Sunday, June 26 2016, 09:30
Sunday, June 26 2016
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Thursday, June 23 2016
By JINGUO HE on Thursday, June 23 2016, 09:42
This domain name (Capitalent.com) has been renew to 29-jun-2022.
Domains name is a very scarce resource, each domain name is unique.
There are much vistors on the domain,Because it is one good remember domains
If you think that this domain has some commercial value, Please contact me in order to seek business cooperation.
I will do everything I can to provide the best service.
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By JINGUO HE on Thursday, June 23 2016, 09:39
It is free registered on https://uniregistry.com/
By JINGUO HE on Thursday, June 23 2016, 09:30
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By JINGUO HE on Thursday, June 23 2016, 09:17
Because the mailbox for doamins meybe cancel
I will use new mailbox
If you have anything with me,Please contace me
Sunday, June 19 2016
By JINGUO HE on Sunday, June 19 2016, 09:48
Take the next step in growing your business and join the millions of others who have found success with .com domain names, powered by Verisign. It’s where the world clicks.
As the foremost established domain, with a record of more than 15 years of reliability, .com domain names invoke trust. It’s where customers want to do business online. Be Positioned for Success.
.com is the global online standard, and that’s why every Fortune 500 company and the world’s fastest-growing companies have a .com. Be Confident.
Since .com is powered by Verisign, you can trust that your domain name is backed by the same proven and industry-leading expertise that has kept .com and .net running with 100 percent reliability for more than 15 years.
By JINGUO HE on Sunday, June 19 2016, 09:47
.com was introduced as one of the first top-level domains (TLDs) when the Domain Name System was first implemented for use on the Internet in January 1985. Originally created to represent the “commercial” intent of a website, .com has since been at the epicenter of the digital revolution that has reshaped the way people work, live, play and connect with family and friends. Detailed History of .com John Postel, the request for comment (RFC) editor in 1994.
Jon Postel in 1994, with hand-drawn map of Internet top-level domains. Photo by Irene Fertik, USC News Service. ©1994, USC.
The first .com was claimed on March 15, 1985 by a computer manufacturer called Symbolics, Inc. Prior to this, the Internet was largely a project driven by universities and computer scientists who used the network for research and communication. As more people and institutions began to use the network, electronic communications became increasingly challenging. Figuring out how to manually route messages through gateways was something of an art form and as mail loads became heavier, sometimes people would be asked to stop using their connections.
The need for some sort of organizing principles became more and more apparent as more entities connected into the fledgling Internet. Bringing order to the increasingly chaotic universe fell to the legendary Jon Postel and his colleagues at the University of Southern California's Information Sciences Institute.
Postel became the request for comment (RFC) editor in 1969. As RFC editor, Postel and his colleagues personally shaped the Internet as we know it today. In October 1984, RFC 920 "on the requirements of establishing a new domain in the ARPA-Internet and the DARPA research community" was published, setting the stage for the birth of .com.
While we know that the first .com was assigned to symbolics.com on March 15, 1985, the genesis of .com is less clear. According to Craig Partridge, chief scientist at Raytheon BBN Technologies, the name for domains evolved as the system was created. At first, .cor was proposed as the domain for corporations, but when the final version came out it was switched to .com.
Jack Haverty, an Internet pioneer at MIT, said they weren't really thinking about business when they were developing the top-level domains. "I think .com originally was derived from "company" rather than "commercial." The .com's weren't thought of as "businesses" in the sense of places that consumers go to buy things," he wrote in an email. "They were companies doing government contract work. The Internet was not chartered to interconnect businesses—it was a military command-and-control prototype network, being built by educational and governmental entities, and contractors." Still, they seemed to understand that some kind of commerce was coming.
"I don't recall anybody ever thinking we were creating an organizational structure to encompass hundreds of millions of entities covering the entire planet in support of all human activities. And it certainly wasn't supposed to last for 30+ years, even as an experiment. It just happened to turn out that way." - Jack Haverty, Internet Pioneer
Verisign's Role in .com
Every domain name is powered by a registry operator. As the registry operator for .com, Verisign enables the world to connect online with reliability and confidence, anytime, anywhere.
With a current average of 114 billion DNS lookups performed daily—and peaks far in excess of this—it is vital that Verisign’s Internet services be operational around the clock. To make this possible, we have designed a sophisticated service from the ground up to address multiple complex, high-volume, real-time demands. This includes diverse hardware, operating systems, middleware and custom applications, power provider and network provider diversity, and a number of other protections.
Verisign ensures the security, stability and resiliency of key Internet infrastructure and services, including the .com and .net domains and two of the Internet’s root servers, as well as performs the root-zone maintainer functions for the core of the Internet’s DNS. Our commitment is to ensuring that an infrastructure powered by Verisign is always operating at the highest level to enable the innovation required to address the needs of the future, while also addressing the needs of today.
Tuesday, June 14 2016
By JINGUO HE on Tuesday, June 14 2016, 23:16
Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) and LinkedIn (NYSE: LNKD) on Monday announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement under which Microsoft will acquire LinkedIn for $196 per share (a premium of 50% based on Friday’s closing price) in an all-cash transaction valued at $26.2 billion, inclusive of LinkedIn’s net cash. The deal is the third-largest acquisition in the technology industry, behind Dell-EMC ($67 billion) and Avago-Broadcom ($37 billion). The deal will be financed through the issuance of new debt, which should help Microsoft balance its capital structure. The deal also has cost synergies worth $150 million and will have a minimal negative impact—about 1%—on adjusted earnings for its fiscal 2017 and 2018 years. The deal is expected to be accretive to Microsoft’s non-GAAP earnings per share in Microsoft’s fiscal 2019.
This acquisition also falls in line with Microsoft’s strategy of bolstering its cloud business and countering the threat of rising Chromebook sales, which is cannibalizing sales of Windows-based PCs. In this note, we explore these factors in detail.
How Will Debt-Fueled Acquisition Help Microsoft’s Capital Structure?
Microsoft will finance this deal through the issuance of new debt. This should help the company lower its weighted average cost of capital, as it currently has less than $50 billion of total debt, compared to a nearly $400 billion market value of equity. We estimate the company’s cost of equity at around 7.5%, while its average cost of debt is less than 2.5%. While the cost of debt is likely to increase following the deal, due to the higher debt load and subsequent risk of a credit rating downgrade as well as rising interest rates, it will still remain substantially lower than the cost of equity. Accordingly, Microsoft’s cost of capital should decline fairly significantly.
What Microsoft Is Trying To Achieve?
With the advent of cheaper Chromebooks and the secular decline in PC hardware sales, the PC hardware industry is mimicking the trends in Smartphone industry. Like in the smartphone industry, the hardware is being largely commoditized and the sale of a device is depending more and more on the number of products and services available to users on the operating system.
Through the cloud, Chromebook has access to over 2 million apps available through the Google play store. For Microsoft to hold on to its dominant share in the PC Operating System space and deal with the threat of the advancing Chromebook, it needs to improve its app library and improve the services that it is offering to its existing users.
One way for Microsoft to ensure that it continues to dominate the industry is to further improve its enterprise offerings. It plans to offer a wider range of products for the productivity suite, which currently has a total addressable market of $200 billion, according to the company. LinkedIn, which has a TAM of $115 billion, can be bundled with Microsoft’s productivity suite, boosting its TAM by offering a differentiated experience to its clients. LinkedIn not only ties in neatly with Microsoft’s existing product line, but also adds value to over 300 million Windows users, 1.2 billion office users and 8 million paid Dynamics CRM users.
By JINGUO HE on Tuesday, June 14 2016, 23:14
Microssoft Corp will buy LinkedIn Corp for $26.2 billion in its biggest-ever deal, combining the software giant's business-productivity tools with an online network of 433 million professionals.
For Microsoft, the deal will help it in it mission of trying to keep services like Outlook email relevant enough that customers won't want to leave it for competitors such as Google's Gmail.
For LinkedIn, the opportunity to tap Microsoft's customers, including the 1.2 billion users of its Office suite of business software, could help it jumpstart growth, which has slowed in recent quarters.
"The professionals of the world can benefit in terms of getting their work done," said Microsoft Chief Executive Satya Nadella, who has been trying to reinvigorate the once-lumbering company since taking over in February 2014, in a phone call.
"The Venn diagram is pretty big," he said, meaning the overlap of customers of both companies, although he didn't give a precise number.
He gave an example of a customer walking into a meeting scheduled on a Microsoft Outlook calendar integrated with LinkedIn, receiving notification that one of the people in the meeting went to college with a colleague.
"The future of productivity is around people, identity and data and the relationships between the them," said Matt McIllwain, a portfolio manager at Madrona Ventures. "Microsoft is buying LinkedIn for the opportunity to leverage these capabilities and combine them with Microsoft's strong but complimentary assets in those three areas."
The offer of $196 per share represents a premium of 49.5 percent to LinkedIn's Friday closing price.
LinkedIn's shares soared 48 percent to $194.00 in early New York Stock Exchange trading and Microsoft's shares were down 4 percent.
Reid Hoffman, chairman of LinkedIn's board and the company's controlling shareholder, said the deal has his full support.
"I have always had a great admiration for LinkedIn," Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said in a video on Microsoft's website. "I have been talking with Reid and Jeff for a while ... I have been thinking about this for a long time." (http://bit.ly/1Pougw6)
Jeff Weiner will remain chief executive of LinkedIn, reporting to Nadella. In a phone call, Weiner said LinkedIn would remain its own entity in the way that YouTube is relatively independent from parent Alphabet, or Instagram from parent Facebook.
Microsoft plans to speed-up monetization of LinkedIn by growing individual and organization subscriptions as well as targeted advertising, it said.
Despite the rich premium paid by Microsoft, LinkedIn is selling for well below its peak of more than $270 per share in 2015, but a weak forecast earlier this year sent its shares tumbling amid slowing online ad revenue. LinkedIn went public in 2011 at $45.
"(LinkedIn) is a great business, even though the company stubbed their toe back in February," said Ivan Feinseth, analyst at Tigress Financial Partners. "It's a premium company and it deserves a premium valuation."
The deal, which won the unanimous support of both boards, is expected to close this year, the companies said.
Microsoft said it would issue new debt to fund its acquisition.
After the deal, which will require approval from regulators in the United States, the EU, Canada and Brazil, LinkedIn will become part of Microsoft's productivity and business processes unit, the companies said.
By JINGUO HE on Tuesday, June 14 2016, 23:05
When you own hundreds, thousands or more domain names, registration and renewal prices matter.
While .com prices don’t vary much from registrar to registrar, prices on new TLDs and country code domains can be priced orders of magnitude higher from one registrar to the next.
Now you can easily see how much registrars charge with Registra.rs, a service from domain sales price engine DNPric.es.
Not only can you see the first year registration price, but you can also quickly compare renewal and transfer prices. This is important because some registrars have discounted first-year prices but much more expensive renewal prices.
For example, if you’re looking for a .audio domain, you’ll see that AlpNames and 1&1 have the lowest first-year price. But 1&1 will double the price in year two, so if you plan to hold onto the domain, you might want to register it somewhere else.
Of course, if you have special pricing with your registrar, this won’t be reflected in the price charts.
This is a useful and free tool worth checking out.
By JINGUO HE on Tuesday, June 14 2016, 23:04
China is a fascinating culture that combines progressive western elements with traditional Chinese.
The world’s 2nd largest economy continues to surprise with its implementation of “Communist Capitalism” and fraud punishment can be severe, by Western standards. Domain sales Made in China.
Domain sales Made in China.
A Chinese national attempted to extort money from a company, using a common practice of imaginary domain squatting.
The man told his victim that there was a risk of the domain being purchased by someone else and offered his services to protect it, for the sum of more than $212,000 dollars!
In this case, the scammer received an 8 year jail sentence, according to the news source.
This domain-related scam often targets Westerners as the recipients of similar emails, who are being told that the matching .CN domain is in danger of being squatted upon.
Don’t fall prey to this scam.
Chinese domain market sales continue to maintain a good momentum, for 2-4 character domains in the .CN, .COM and .NET TLDs that we keep track of.
Here is today’s list of domains:
883.cn 2187.com czmg.com dkfx.com dsyw.com fxtd.com gnby.com hhct.com hkrz.com jrbx.com kpyw.com lzlq.com mnwh.com qcrw.com qhlt.com qljp.com sdtb.com sjhm.com swzd.com tzng.com wfkw.com xsfw.com xwbh.com ybyf.com yfnq.com yhbk.com ymjr.com
Additionally, legendary domain investor Elequa, sold a handful of domain “Chips” in recent days, and here’s what we found:
byrm.com bxmr.com cglt.com
Copyright DomainGang.com: http://domaingang.com/domain-news/chinese-domain-market-report-scammer-gets-8-years-in-jail-for-domain-squatting/
Monday, June 13 2016
By JINGUO HE on Monday, June 13 2016, 16:16
Microsoft's $26.2 billion bet on LinkedIn foreshadows human resources application move Microsoft has a lot of reasons and use cases to justify a hefty premium to buy LinkedIn and human capital management may be the biggest one.
Friday, June 10 2016
By JINGUO HE on Friday, June 10 2016, 04:29
By JINGUO HE on Friday, June 10 2016, 04:27
Take the next step in growing your business and join the millions of others who have found success with a .com, powered by Verisign. It is where the world clicks. Be Trusted
As the foremost established domain, with a record of more than 15 years of reliability, .com invokes trust. It is where customers want to do business online. Be Positioned for Success
.com is the global online standard, and that is why every Fortune 500 company and the world’s fastest-growing companies have a .com. Be Confident
Since .com is powered by Verisign, you can trust that your domain name is backed by the same proven and industry-leading expertise that has kept .com and .net running with 100 per cent reliability for more than 15 years.
By JINGUO HE on Friday, June 10 2016, 04:22
In the last three years, almost 1,000 new generic Top Level Domains, also called new gTLDs, have become available for registration. This exponential increase from the previous 22 options like .com, .net, and .org. has created a historic change in the way people navigate the web. Companies looking to provide the next big domain extension have sparked a flurry of activity, along with investors looking to cash in on the next domain craze. Before diving into the countless new domain extensions that could make or break your business, Jeannie McPherson, domain evangelist and marketing expert at Verisign, answers some key questions about the new landscape and the implications for businesses and individuals. Okay, so what’s in a name?
When it comes to domain name extensions, everything. Thanks to nearly 30 years of top-tier news, entertainment and commerce being associated with the .com suffix, users have grown exceptionally comfortable with typing in .com as the default domain extension. Alternatives have sprouted up over the years, but .com remains the most versatile, trusted and recognizable domain extension around the world.
That’s not to say people should ignore all new gTLDs. Some of the new options will undoubtedly prove to be trustworthy and reliable fixtures on the internet. However, users need to make sure they are not investing time and money for naught, and possibly putting their brands at risk. Asking the right questions to ensure you’re getting the facts is key to making the right domain name choice. Wouldn’t something new and different help me stand out?
Possibly, but going against the grain involves many risks, and it’s important to know what they are. It may be tempting to go with novelty to stand out, but three decades of trust and ingrained user behavior around established domain extensions may be a large hurdle to overcome.
Many of the businesses and organizations that have been enticed to try out new domain extensions are experiencing unforeseen issues, such as customer confusion about their web address, and the technical limitations that compound that confusion. Reports of clients’ skepticism and operational problems, like incompatibilities with commonly used email validation systems, browsers, and other websites, has some small business owners urging caution to those interested in adopting new gTLDs.
Even some of the most experienced companies have found that choosing the wrong domain extension can have big consequences. Online retail giant Overstock.com switched to O.co in 2011 and learned this lesson first-hand. Overstock reportedly lost scores of visitors because customers instinctively typed in O.com and were greeted with an “error” message because it was not an active domain name. The customer confusion prompted Overstock to reverse its rebranding in less than a year – millions of marketing dollars lost and customer confidence shaken. Aren’t shorter names more memorable, though? If the domain is shorter, does the extension really matter?
Length is only part of the equation. More than anything, you’ll want potential visitors to recognize and trust your domain extension so they will visit your website. User trust in the internet is waning with the daily reports of data breaches and identity theft. Businesses already have so many hurdles to overcome in their daily operations. Why add user skepticism of your domain name to the pile? Unusual domains can create a challenging dynamic that can be overcome, but people need to understand that they are basically signing up for a handicap, and that’s the last thing most businesses owners are looking to do.
My advice is to follow the leaders. Every Fortune 500 company and most of the top startups have .com domain names. Successful companies like Tesla, Facebook, and Apple buy .com domain names on the secondary market, passing up other domain extensions entirely, because they know that it’s a smart and secure investment for their future. Even domain and SEO experts agree that a long .com domain name is better, more memorable, and less confusing to consumers than a short domain name on a lesser-known domain extension. I’ve heard that using new gTLDs can increase SEO rankings. Is that true?
It’s not quite that easy. Search engines use various methods to determine the relevance and authority of web content, and how to rank it for their users. While there are many variables that go into determining search rankings – including content quality, inbound links, website structure, and download speed – one of the most important factors is site traffic. The more people visit and engage with your website, the more relevant it becomes to search engines. So, a big marketing campaign focused on driving traffic to your website can help increase its search rankings, but it doesn’t mean all domains that share your extension will see the same benefits.
Also, new concerns have been raised about vulnerabilities resulting from the availability of new gTLDs, and scammers are taking advantage of consumer confusion by using some to launch phishing attacks and other malicious cyber activities. Cybersecurity organizations monitoring this trend have recommended that people block the most abused TLDs from their networks, and individuals are already reporting doing so due to high levels of spam. At this time, it is unknown how many businesses and individuals have blocked new gTLDs from their networks for this or other reasons, or what the SEO affects are.
Locating your website on a new domain name extension may seem like a novel idea, but if it’s on an extension that is a known security concern, that alone could decrease your website’s authority. Or worse, if it’s on an extension that has been blocked, it could potentially make you invisible to search engines. That’s why it’s so important that people get all the facts about domain extensions before investing. Couldn’t registering a bunch of domain extensions lead to more visits?
It’s more about how you use the domain names. It’s not uncommon for a business or individual to register several domain names for a variety of reasons. Many businesses target specific buyers or interests, so it makes sense for them to register multiple domain names to reflect that targeting. While .com is the preferred domain extension for many businesses, adding other extensions could be a smart play depending on your digital strategy. The key is having a strategy.
Businesses and individuals need to think about how they plan to use the domain names they register and what message they want to send to potential customers. Whether it is a .tv to drive visitors to a video hub, or a .brand for brand protection, a domain portfolio should complement your primary domain name and help advance your digital strategy. Okay, I’m ready to choose. What’s the next step?
Consider all of the points raised here to help you come up with the best strategy for your online presence. Don’t just jump in blind and possibly waste time and money – or worse – set yourself up for failure. Think of your domain name as a billboard for your brand. Don’t you want it to be well-lit, credible, and instantly recognizable?
A higher quality domain name speaks to a higher quality brand. It’s how people talk about your business, how they find you on the internet, and how they will remember you. More than anything, you want your domain name to tell the story of your business – one of trust, reliability and longevity.
Visit Verisign.com today to discover the next chapter in your online story.
This content was produced by WIRED Brand Lab in collaboration with Verisign.
Thursday, June 2 2016
By JINGUO HE on Thursday, June 2 2016, 15:01
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