I stupidly let a web hosting account expire without backing up and transferring my site to my new server. I'm talking to the host to try to get access to my data (fingers crossed), but in case that does not work out: Is there a way to efficiently harvest Google's entire cache of a specific domain? Something else I should consider? I would like to act fast on this, and I don't have any programming/tech-fu skills.
Paid Google Apps accounts cannot share (delegate) contacts with users outside of its domain.
Has anybody come across this issue and been able to work around it? [more inside]
Is there any way to prevent external sites from linking to me? [more inside]
A Few Questions About Registering Multiple Domains. Is it worth it? [more inside]
I lost myfirstnamelastname.com and now the registrar wants me to bid $69 to buy it back. What are my options? [more inside]
If you were selling a product at (fictional example) socialnetworkmarketing.com, would you buy facebookmarketing.com and twittermarketing.com to just redirect to socialnetworkmarketing.com? [more inside]
Why might my Blogger blog not be working with my custom domain and how do I fix it? [more inside]
Why does my web page work with a www prefix and not so much without? [more inside]
How do I get Google Apps and Google Page Creator to work together? [more inside]
Can someone explain this mysterious page hijacking in Google search results? [more inside]
I've found a domain name I want to acquire from its current owner, and it looks like I may be able to do so. The IP address at which the domain resides is
listed in a spam blacklist database
. If I acquire the name and give it a new IP address, I assume that particular problem goes away. What's the best place, though, to check and see if the domain name itself is widely considered to be a spam source? Should I consider the IP listing to sully the domain -- am I buying a potential Superfund site
? [more inside]