(You can buy this threadless t-shirt here) If there’s one thing we like doing at NameCheap, it’s celebrating good news. NameCheap hosting launched cPanel hosting two years ago and has since gained over 10,000 customers. We attribute this success to our commitment to customer service as well as our competitively priced hosting plans. Are you … Continue reading Party Like a Rock Star & Win! Namecheap Hosting is Celebrating it’s Two Year Anniversary
NameCheap now offers Rich Content, which allows you to present your visitors with articles, blog posts and videos, picked up from an industry leading library containing millions of rights-cleared, premium articles. The same library powering leading industry brands such as McGraw-Hill Companies, The Chicago Sun-Times, Cox Newspapers, Kohler and the Canadian Broadcast Corporation. This service … Continue reading Answer Marketing and SEO Related Questions to Win Free Domains
NameCheap has customers and Twitter followers from all over the world. The winners from our Twitter contest last month were Kevin (@alohatech) from the United States, Wendy (@fricky) from the Netherlands, and Asvin (@asvin) from Mauritius. That’s a lot of traveling! Interacting with fans from so many cool places on the planet got us thinking. … Continue reading Join Us on the Namecheap Twitter Walkabout
Today’s contest asks you to find what blogs are covering certain topics in the domaining world. It’s easy to play and you might just learn something from the interesting blogs on Alltop. Here’s how to play: 1.) Open a browser to http://domain-name.alltop.com. 2.) Every 30 minutes, we will ask you to find which blog covers … Continue reading Search domain-name.alltop.com and Win Domains!
Long domain names are confusing. According to this site: http://thelongestlistofthelongeststuffatthelongestdomainnameatlonglast.com, they have the longest domain name. Today’s Twitter contest asks you to find the longest domain name you can find that is actually in use (aside from the one I’ve just mentioned). The five Twitter users to find the longest domain name, tweet it, and … Continue reading Find a Longer Domain Name Than Anyone Else and Win…a Domain Name!
It’s Friday. As much as our bosses or clients would like to think that we are diligently working away, there’s a good chance we are checking out funny YouTube clips or the latest oddball website. Well, why fight it? In NameCheap’s next Twitter contest, we are asking you to find the funniest, weirdest, or most … Continue reading It’s #donothingfriday! Submit the Most Fun Content on the Web and Win
We’ve all done it. Like a stroke of lightening, an amazing idea for a website comes to you while walking down the street or daydreaming at work. You quickly register the domain and all the extensions so as to protect your valuable real estate. Soon enough, things come up or you realize your idea isn’t … Continue reading How to List Your Domains in the Namecheap Marketplace
Remember using the Yellow Pages? The WhoIs Directory is a lot like them, but for the domain owners. You can look up domains by name or by subject and then find the contact info for the owner. Unfortunately, this makes it easy for people to get a hold of your address and spam you. NameCheap … Continue reading Implementing Your Free WhoIsGuard
This post is a how-to from 2009. It is not an advertisement. The free offer has long since expired. An SSL will protect any data your customers input into your website from being intercepted on the web. If you own an online store, you absolutely must use an SSL. You can tell when a store … Continue reading Implementing Your Free Comodo PositiveSSL
We are happy to help our customers in any way possible. Twitter allows us to solve quick problems for customers that don’t involve account information. However, many of our customers don’t know that we are on Twitter. How do we reach out to people who either 1.) need domains and don’t know where to go … Continue reading How Namecheap Provides Customer and Sales Support Via Twitter