Competition

  • Get a free ticket to NamesCon here

    … five people to leave a qualifying comment get a ticket each. It should go without saying that this ticket only gets you into the conference itself. How you get to Vegas and where you sleep when you get there is your problem. Again, and I can’t stress this enough, if you’ve been to NamesCon before you’re not eligible for this competition. That’s…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 14 readers -
  • ICANN punts o.com auction to US watchdogs

    … be Overstock.com, the online retailer, which has been pressuring ICANN and Verisign for the release of O.com for well over a decade and even owns trademarks covering the domain. Disclosure: several years ago I briefly provided some consulting/writing services to a third party in support of the Verisign and Overstock positions on the release of single…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 8 readers -
  • ICANN urged to crack down on new gTLD abuse

    … Registries selling dirt-cheap new gTLD domains should be rewarded with lower ICANN fees when they get proactive about abuse, while registrars that turn a blind eye to spammers should be suspended, an ICANN working group will recommend. In its second batch of findings, the Competition, Consumer Trust, and Consumer Choice Review Team (CCT) said…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 13 readers -
  • 7 Tools for Smart Competitor Analysis

    … They say you should know your enemy. The same is true for your competition. If you want to outsmart your rivals and leave them behind, you should apply the most efficient competitor research approaches and keep up-to-date on the latest trends. Online marketing is constantly changing and developing. New competitor tools and features keep…

    The Blog Heraldin Paid Search- 16 readers -
  • How to stand out in a crowded market

    … Two people asked me questions about how to stand out in a crowded market. “How to grab people’s attention? It is not like it used to be. Everyone and their sister is now a coach or trainer.” “How do I … Continue reading → The post How to stand out in a crowded market appeared first on Change the World Marketing…

    Ellen Finkelstein/ Change the World Marketingin How To's- 12 readers -
  • Startup Lessons: Stop Fearing the Wrong Things

    … worry about them. I think a bit differently when it comes to competition. People say that having competition is great and that means there’s a market. Sure, that’s a good way to look at it. For me, I think competition sucks and you should do everything in your power to dominate your market. Be the unicorn and stand out from them. 🦄) — What You…

    Dennis Seymour/ Den's Blog- 17 readers -
  • How to Use Competitors to Your Advantage in SEO

    …. But what if you could use your competitors to your advantage, rather than letting them climb over you? Competitive Strategies There are actually distinct strategies you can use to take advantage of the fact that your competition exists. Rather than serving as an obstacle or an annoyance, these strategies turn your competitors into boosts for your SEO…

    Search Engine Guidein SEO- 11 readers -
  • “Color War”: What Employees Can Learn From Healthy Competition

    … simultaneously. We are now just emerging from a generation of parenting that gave competition a bad rap and ignored the psychological benefits that can be gained from learning how to win and lose. And that’s not just my own experience — it’s been said that competition effectively brings out people’s creativity, innovation and camaraderie. Building…

    Acceleration Partnersin Affiliate- 25 readers -
  • People are forgetting .com exists — ICANN survey

    … to 86% in 2015. Equally unbelievably, awareness of .net and .org fell from 76% to 69% and from 70% to 65% respectively between 2015 and 2016, the survey found. Those are just three among many hundreds of findings of the Nielsen survey, which was carried out in order to inform ICANN’s Competition, Consumer Trust & Consumer Choice Review…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 25 readers -
  • Six Places to Focus to Make your Website a Revenue Generator

    … a revenue generator. The six areas are: customers, search, paid search, conversion, competition, and technology. Taking them one at a time: Customers: Obviously if you don’t know exactly what your customers are searching for, what they care about and how your customers are buying, you won’t be relevant to them. Search: If you don’t get search…

    MarketingSherpa Blog- 19 readers -
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