Validation

    • Did Whois blow the lid off a leadership Labour coup, or is this just pig-fuckery?

      A British Member of Parliament has been forced to deny he was behind the registration of several domain names promoting him as a future leader of the Labour party. Clive Lewis, until recently a member of the shadow cabinet, told the Guardian yesterday that he did not register the batch of domains, which included cliveforleader.org.uk, cliveforlabour.org.uk and their matching .org, .uk and .co.

      Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 14 readers -
  • Big registrar dumps .uk — a glimpse of Christmas future?

    … German registrar Cronon, which retails domains under the Strato brand, has stopped carrying .uk domains due to what it says are onerous Whois validation rules. In a blog post, company spokesperson Christina Witt said that over one third of all .uk sales the registrar has been making are failing Nominet’s registry-end validation checks, which she…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 3 readers -
  • Influence vs. Expertise – What Actually Matters?

    … influential in a way that actually has an impact for brands. I propose the following as the standard for measuring expertise, based on someone’s content: Consistency: In order to be considered a true subject-matter expert, you have to cover that subject regularly. Depth: Experts don’t just re-write press releases or newsjack trending topics…

    Robb Henshaw/ Relevancein Social Content- 15 readers -
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