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A new survey published by corporate domain name registrar Brandsight has revealed that over half of respondents are struggling to manage their domain name portfolios.
The insight is part of Brandsight’s second annual domain management survey.
While there is no one ‘right way’ to manage domain name portfolios, domain professionals should consider these five guiding principles in determining what is best for their companies, says Elisa Cooper of Brandsight.
Twenty-nine of 33 open seats of the GNSO’s Expedited Policy Development Process on the Temporary Specification for gTLD Registration Data are now filled and their occupants known. The EPDP group is tasked with, in just a few short months, coming up with a permanent replacement for ICANN’s Temporary Specification for WHOIS in a post-GDPR world.
The Board of Directors of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) struggled and sweated and with days left came up with a way to make the Domain Name System (DNS) and WHOIS, the master database of who owns what website name, compliant with the European Union (EU)‘s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
For years, corporate domain name portfolio managers have struggled with determining whether or not their portfolios were the “right” size. Managers of mature domain name portfolios have often felt that their portfolios were bloated, containing domains that were no longer needed. Conversely, domain managers of newer portfolios have sometimes known that gaps existed. Regardless, the question remains — just how many domains should a corporate portfolio contain?
On today’s show, Elisa Cooper of Brandsight talks about domain protection. She discusses corporate domain name management and how big companies have needs that are different from domain investors and small businesses.
Domain name software company Brandsight has released the beta release of its corporate domain management platform.
New brand management registrar Brandsight says it has started a beta test of its initial service.
A Saratoga Springs-based internet domain name registrar company, Brandsight Inc., has joined the Start-Up NY program and is partnering with SUNY Adirondack.
It’s been a busy few months here at Brandsight. For a small and young company, we have had a lot of initiatives closing out 2017 and entering 2018. By far, our biggest focus since launching the company has been on the development and release of our domain management product.
Several factors should be addressed when companies are considering whether to change the way they manage their domain name portfolios.
Why does all of the discussion around potential options for WHOIS in the era of the EU’s GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) feel like déjà vu?
Domain management firm Brandsight has hired Matt Serlin and Elisa Cooper to fill senior positions.
Corporate domain management solutions provider Brandsight has hired two domain industry veterans to lead its client services, marketing and policy operations.
Brandsight, a provider of next-generation corporate domain management solutions, announced today it has hired Matt Serlin to lead Client Services and Domain Operations, and Elisa Cooper to lead Marketing and Policy.
Corporate domain name registrar Brandsight has hired Matt Serlin from MarkMonitor and Elisa Cooper from Lecorpio.
Two former MarkMonitor executives have teamed up with a Fairwinds co-founder to launch a new “next generation” brand protection registrar.
Two former employees of corporate domain name registrar MarkMonitor have joined Brandsight, a new domain name registrar targeting the corporate market. Elisa Cooper and Matt Serlin joined the company that was founded by Phil Lodico earlier this year.
With concerns about profitability drawing our attention, community involvement can easily get lost in the shuffle. Fortunately, leaders can take a few simple actions to rediscover their commitment to it — and make it a key part of the business.
Domain names have been at the forefront of the digital experience for 20 years. They provide the real estate for businesses to build their online presence and provide doorways for their customers to find them.
A question that has been asked for years, but which really does come first?
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