What is a Joe Job? A Joe Job (or “joeing”) is a spamming method used to send unwanted email to other email users. Recipients are deceived into believing the purported sender was the actual one. The term Joe Job originated in January of 1997. A customer’s account was blocked by joes.com, for sending spam advertisements….
What is web hosting? In order to display a website over the internet, you need a web server. A web server stores your website, so when your domain name is entered into a browser, it will connect with the server housing your site data, and deliver the information back over the internet to the end-user….
Keep Your Contact Information Up-To-Date To Avoid Your Domain Name From Being Suspended It is now more important than ever to maintain current and valid contact information on file with your domain’s registrar. Beginning on January 1, 2014, ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) started requiring that all registrants confirm and validate any updated…
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