From time to time, we release interesting information about canadian domain names for the benefit of the press, and our .ca domain clients. Please read the following to learn more about us, and about dot-ca domain registration, web hosting, and email.
February 15, 2016
DOMAINSunder builds mobile enabled web site design for its customers. After months of planning and design, DOMAINSunder is mobile enabled. What this means is you can get in and out of our main site or your customer area without having to squint, or move your screen back and forth whilst on a tablet, or mobile phone. Other improvements include an integrated cpanel right in the client area.
April 29th, 2015
Google has changed its algorithm again as usual. This change has major implications on websites that are not enabled for mobile devices.
If you do not have a mobile enabled website, you need to update your site or you will lose potential searches from mobile phones.
55% of Internet web traffic comes from mobile phones! You can test your existing website's mobile abilities at google.
We can help you update your website so you don't lose google searches.
Our standard mobile enabled website design offering starts at $1999! If you already have a corporate identity including a digital vector graphic logo that you can send us, we can build your new website starting at $1500 . Conversion of existing sites starts at $1000 and then $75 / page for pages above 10. Ask us for a quote!
December 1st, 2014
DKIM allows your server to verify incoming email and prevent incoming spam messages. This feature ensures that incoming messages are unmodified and are genuinely from the indicated sender.
The SPF system allows you to authorize servers and IP addresses to send mail from your domain(s). This feature prevents outgoing spam messages.
All new features are under the "Email Authentication" icon in the email section of cpanel.
September 8, 2015
According to "The American Genius", a popular social media news service, "Google Webmaster Help forums have been littered with discussions over the last two weeks about Wix sites that have disappeared from the index. The search engine has issued an apology for the hassle, and told Wix users that they’ve taken another thorough look at the set-up of Wix sites. There may be a delay, but Google is working to resolve the issue on their end by reprocessing all affected sites.
For any Wix users unsure if your site has been affected, now is the time to take a look at your site’s search data for anything fishy. Ask yourself: Is there decline in index counts in your Google Search Console? Is there a sudden decrease in traffic from Google Search? You might also try performing your own Google search to see if your website can be accessed."
We can help! DOMAINSunder also offers a simple website builder tool that can help you build your site online and it works great with Google!
We can help you build or convert it too (contact us for a quote). The DOMAINSunder website builder offers mobile enabled websites based with a choice of hundreds of website templates to choose from.
Get your do-it-yourself website going today with the DOMAINSunder website builder for as low as $11.00CAD + GST / month on a 3 year term!
April 18, 2006
ICANN has introduced a new policy that makes Canadian domain names more attractive than ever.
Effective immediately, titleholders that have not paid for their .com domain name renewals in time are subject to large fees. Our .com business partner now charges $100USD for removal of redemption status for a domain name, and some registrars charge as much as $250USD.
CIRA, or the Canadian Internet Registration Authority, is in charge of .ca or Canadian domain names and is governed by Industry Canada and not ICANN.
As a result, .ca Canadian domain names are not subject to such policy as those applied to ICANN domain names from the current generic top level domains .biz, .com, .info, .name, .net and .org.
November 30, 2005
A history of the Internet will tell you why ICANN, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, has always been so heavily based in the United States of America.
ICANN is a non-for-profit agency responsible for releasing domain names to the popular generic top level domain (gTLD) dot-com through corporations known as registrars and registries.
This quarter's official ICANN meetings, sponsored by the Canadian Internet Registration Authority, overseer of domain names in Canada, will be held in Vancouver, Canada to discuss, among many other things, the relationships that ICANN has with its USA corporate affiliations.
A representative of Computer Engineering Inc. operating as DOMAINSunder.ca will be at the domain name conference. "This is a fantastic opportunity for Western Canada and domain names in Vancouver and Canada", says CEO Lowe, "and we will be there to answer anyone's questions".
A representative will be on site starting Thursday and will meet with interested parties at the conference through thier toll-free number (see top of this page for number).