Today the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to end net neutrality. Net neutrality refers to regulations on how Internet Service Providers (ISPs) provide online services to Americans. Now, without it, ISPs can decide what content their customers can access and set fees based on the services consumers use. What Happened? The FCC vote reversed a … Continue reading The End of Net Neutrality—Or Is It?
Everywhere you go this season, there’s holiday music over the PA systems and local stores awash with Christmas decorations. The neighbor’s house glows like an airport runway and your Facebook feed is clogged with babies and pets in ridiculous sweaters. Although some people embrace the Christmas spirit, the holiday season isn’t jolly for everyone. A … Continue reading Give Yourself the Gift of a Stress-free Holiday
You’ve heard it a million times: your website should have a blog. But why? You’re probably imagining a lot of work going into something no one will read anyway, right? While it’s true that a blog can represent a significant investment of time (or money, if you hire a writer), in this article we’re going … Continue reading The Business Case For Blogging
Net neutrality remains on the chopping block. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC), along with the US Congress, is considering reversing rules on how American Internet Service Providers (ISPs) provide Internet access to customers. Currently, Americans enjoy basic protections on Internet use and access. Known as net neutrality, these regulations allow everyone to visit any website … Continue reading Your Online Rights Remain at Risk
It’s always a risk to start a new business or launch a freelance career. Once you’ve filed all the legal paperwork, you want to focus with laser precision on success, because failure isn’t an option. Everything is riding on you making something of this enterprise. It’s important to not be deterred by the idea of … Continue reading Why Freelancers Should Strive to ‘Fail Better’
Join Namecheap on July 12, 2017 for Battle for the Net, a worldwide day of action in support of net neutrality and Internet Freedom. Namecheap has signed on with Fight for the Future’s day of action to call attention to recent efforts within the United States Congress and Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to roll back … Continue reading Stand Up for Net Neutrality on July 12
You’re a busy professional. The last thing you need is to spend hours setting up a new website. With EasyWP, Namecheap’s new managed WordPress hosting, you can get your website up and running in record time, and for a cost that can’t be beat. For just $8.88 for the first year, you won’t find a … Continue reading Speed Up Your Next Website Launch with EasyWP
When our business is being online, we harness the infinite power of the Internet every day. The digital life is never just websites and conference calls. For people who work online, not having a physical office means you’re never really “closed.” Clients and colleagues may contact you throughout the day and night, and you might … Continue reading Find Your ‘Off Switch’: 9 Tips for Restoring Balance
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Successful businesses are built on connections. Whether it’s machines on the Internet or people talking to each other, networking is what brings everyone together. If you run a small business or work as a freelancer, or even if you have a full-time job, your career will get a big boost from networking. It’s our social … Continue reading Five Ways Networking Helps You Succeed