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Is Google Chrome punishing your website for not having an SSL? Yes, it is!

We explained a couple of months back that an important change was coming to how Google handles websites without an SSL certificate. Well, that change has now happened. Google Chrome 68 was released on July 24th and is merrily showing… Continue Reading →

Why having an SSL certificate matters to your business…

Why having an SSL certificate matters to your business… As a website owner, you don’t want anything getting in the way of visitors (in other words ‘paying customers’) reaching your site do you? But that’s just what Google’s new version… Continue Reading →

What we’re doing for GDPR

Since our last post about the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), we’ve been super busy ensuring everything we do at names.co.uk complies with the new regulations when they come into force on Friday 25th May 2018. The changes to how we… Continue Reading →

GDPR – what it means for our customers

What is the GDPR? The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will supersede the UK Data Protection Act 1998 on the 25th of May 2018. The new law is wide-reaching in scope and expands the rights of individuals to control… Continue Reading →

names.co.uk supports local charities

Over the last few weeks our staff have rallied around to show their support for two very worthy causes, the ‘Toys for Tots’ scheme and the Worcester Foodbank. Together we were able to collect and donate a huge selection of… Continue Reading →

Our first ever post officially as names.co.uk!

It’s with great pleasure we introduce to you our new name, names.co.uk. Names are very important, we all have one… but they are especially important to us here at names.co.uk as domain names are a huge part of our business…. Continue Reading →