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May 2015

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Registering a new Domain, need Web Hosting or Virtual Server Hosting Services?

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Our Web Hosting and Domain Registration business has increased to the point that we are now able to wholesale the following value added services to our partners

Domain Registration’s
Web Hosting
Virtual Server Hosted Platforms
SSL Certificates

We are also excited to have the ability to offer our partners the new range of gTLDs domain names, also known as generic top-level domain. gTLD is the official term for the part of the domain name that appears right at the end. Currently, the most common top-level domains are .com.au, .com, .net, .net.au and .org. The newer gTLDs have introduced a wide range of creative domain extensions, why not attract more interest with a more relevant domain name extension?

Available gTLDs we can register

  • .ac.nz
  • .com.au
  • .expert
  • .melbourne
  • .org.au
  • technology
  • .cc
  • .co.uk
  • .info
  • .net.au
  • .rentals
  • .us.com
  • .co
  • .asia
  • .com.cn
  • .geek.nz
  • .me.uk
  • .org.nz
  • .tips
  • .club
  • .email
  • .kiwi
  • .net.nz
  • .school.nz
  • .solutions
  • .kiwi.nz
  • .asn.au
  • .com.es
  • .gen.nz
  • .mobi
  • .org.uk
  • .tv
  • .ca
  • .co.nz
  • .id.au
  • .net
  • .properties
  • .us
  • .nz
  • .biz
  • .company
  • .guru
  • .name
  • .photography
  • .uk.com
  • .com
  • .eu
  • .maori.nz
  • .org
  • .sydney
  • .es

Register your desired Domain Name with us now!

Are your online business listings complete or listed?

By | Branding, Google | No Comments

Have you considered that your businesses online presence is not limited to its website?

Google Maps Local Search ResultsLocal business listings are made up of demographical information that is categorised and searchable via geo-graphical requirements, e.g. Google: “Where is the nearest coffee shop.” or Google: “Where is the nearest Medical Diagnostic Imaging Center.” Please take a moment to test this against your own organisation in a category that you think its currently listed under, you might be surprised!

There are several service providers for Local Business Listings in Australia, each service provider offers tools and dashboards to manage and update your business listings. Each provider offers its own local listing database, to ensure your listing is displayed you must update your listings across all providers. Several providers make there local listing databases available to third parties such as TomTom and Apple Maps, all of which provides additional exposure to your organisation.

Does your organisation have multiple offices or shops? Foursquare is the first local business listings provider to offer chain linking of organisations, this is unique as it now presents users with destinations that they mightn’t have been aware of. Additionally Google may take this information into consideration when presenting your listings on Google!

Are all your business listings categorised correctly? Unfortunately because each business listings provider has there own database mapping method linking listings to categories is slightly different for each database. There are tools to map categories together to ensure consistent listings, below is an example of several variations of “Coffee Shop”.

Engine Engine Mapping
Google COFFEE SHOP
Acxiom COFFEE & TEA
Best of the Web COFFEE HOUSES & CAFES
More.. More..

 

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Registration Open – RANZCR 2015

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Has another year gone past already? Registration for the 2015 RANZCR conference commences today!

The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists’ 2015 Annual Scientific Meeting (RANZCR 2015 Adelaide) will take place at the Adelaide Convention Centre from 29 October – 1 November 2015. The event organisers have created a short video of what to expect when visiting the conference and the surrounding venues as well as a preliminary program guide and list of key speakers.

Hope to see you there!

Source: RANZCR 2015 – The Royal Australian & NZ College of Radiologists Annual Scientific Meeting