Author: Jamal Anderson

Jamal is the Project Analyst & QA Tester at Array Digital. Companies come to us when they’re tired of wasting money on marketing that doesn’t generate enough quality leads. We maximize your investment through highly targeted digital marketing and online advertising.
What is a domain name?

What is a Domain Name?


Jamal Anderson
Jamal is the Project Analyst & QA Tester at Array Digital. Companies come to us when they’re tired of wasting money on marketing that doesn’t generate enough quality leads. We maximize your investment through highly targeted digital marketing and online advertising.
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You’ve heard the term “domain name” before, but what does that really mean? The simple answer is that a domain name is what you type into the address bar on an Internet browser to view  a specific website. Think of a domain name as your virtual address on the internet – it is how people find your website on the wild, wild web. There are currently more than 330 million domain names registered, and that number is increasing daily.

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Why do I need an SSL?


Jamal Anderson
Jamal is the Project Analyst & QA Tester at Array Digital. Companies come to us when they’re tired of wasting money on marketing that doesn’t generate enough quality leads. We maximize your investment through highly targeted digital marketing and online advertising.
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That little green lock icon in the address bar of a website is a common sight, especially if you are doing any online shopping. It means the site  is safe to use, but what does that green lock actually do to protect you?

In order to understand this, it’s important to understand how information on the Internet gets from its point of origination to its destination. Unlike a direct flight from DC to New York, data on the Internet must pass through several computers and servers along its way from point A to point B. Just like an indirect flight where you need to make a connection, data that must travel through multiple points has the potential to get delayed, lost, or intercepted by people with unsavory motives.

That little lock icon, also known as a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate, gives site visitors confidence that the data they submit through the website will not be compromised during its journey.

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