Posts:June 2011, Media

Dot What?

by Jonathan Kopp| June 21, 2011

In 1998, ICANN – the nonprofit Internet Corp. for Assigned Names and Numbers – started governing the organizational naming structure of the Web with eight generic top-level domains, including .com, .edu, .gov, .int., .mil, .net, .org and .arpa. In 2000, ICANN added 14 new gTLDs, including .biz and .info. But, by and large, these newer […]

Brands' Lives Made a Little Easier by Twitter's New 'Follow' Button

by Grant Johmann| June 6, 2011

As you may have read or seen, Twitter has just launched a nifty new tool called the “Follow” button, which enables users to subscribe to the Twitter feed of a brand (or anyone) directly from their websites with a single click. This new “Follow” feature allows brands to keep consumers on their own sites, rather than […]