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Herding Web Traffic Through Direct Domain Navigation

Despite economic troubles, e-commerce continued to gain positive momentum throughout 2009, enjoying year-over-year growth rates hitting the mid teens. With no signs of a slowdown, now is the perfect time to consider implementing a domain name strategy to enhance your marketing campaigns and drive more traffic to your Web site. ...

Negotiating the Domain Name Thicket

Royal' experience is not surprising, according to Jeremiah Johnston, chief operating officer with Sedo, and president of the Internet Commerce Association "It's a good value for his particular niche," Johnston told the E-Commerce Times. "It creates a lot of opportunities. The ...

Kentucky’s Legal Bet: A Case of Pushing the States’ Rights Envelope

If the ruling stands and Kentucky is able to seize the domain names, the fear is that this line of reasoning could be applied to other sectors, said Internet Commerce Association President Jeremiah Johnston. "A reversal would have a chilling effect on e-commerce," he told the...


What’s Old Is New Again for Driving Web Site Traffic

While online business owners have become more aware of tactics for driving traffic to their Web sites, it is easy to overlook the more basic methods amidst the rise of new Search Engine Optimization (SEO) techniques involving the content and HTML coding of Web sites. Search engine traffic can be inconsistent -- search engine algorithms can change, and search engines don't get paid by the organic traffic they create. Online businesses should invest in opening multiple channels of traffic toward their Web site, and one of the most time-tested yet little-known sources of traffic is called "direct navigation traffic."

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