Editor’s Note: This post is also available in Traditional Chinese.
I am pleased to announce that LinkedIn is now available in Traditional Chinese, bringing the total number of language options available on LinkedIn to 23!
This latest launch also marks the 8th Asian language option we added to our platform in just over two and a half years. The other Asian languages available on the LinkedIn platform include Japanese, Bahasa Indonesia, Bahasa Malay, Korean and Simplified Chinese.
As a global professional network, LinkedIn’s mission is to connect the world’s professionals to make them more productive and successful. A big part of that is to help professionals like you, build your professional identity, your network and your knowledge. We believe that, along with new innovative product features that are regularly introduced (such as “adding rich media to your profile”), providing you with more language options to engage with other professionals on LinkedIn is important to fulfill our mission.
Besides serving our growing base of more than 50 million members in the Asia Pacific region, we are also helping clients to transform the way they hire, market and sell, leveraging our unique data assets and insights. These clients include Lenovo, Walmart, Intel, Cathay Pacific and Epicor.
Professionals who wish to register as LinkedIn members in Traditional Chinese can do it by going here. LinkedIn members who have been using the site in English or other languages can switch their language settings to Traditional Chinese, should they wish to do so, by going here.
Thank you for your support! 多謝大家的支持！
Bonjour from France! This is our second recap from the Cannes Lions festival, and today was filled with excitement as our @dronie activation took off in earnest.
We have several drones flying high at Cannes this week, capturing unique video “dronies” (drone selfies) of festival attendees from above. Our drones are creating two types of clips: dronies with a wide view of Cannes and “space dronies,” which zoom in from outer space. Here are a few of our favorites from today:
Wall Street Journal reporter Suzanne Vranica (@vranicawsj) starred in our first space #dronie along with Joel Lunenfeld (@joell) and Will Stickney (@willstick).
We stopped by the Global SMG dinner and captured two awesome clips (click through to see the full videos).
We’re also creating special Vine videos for the Cannes Lions Grand Prix winners. Here are two from tonight:
Follow @dronie and @TwitterAds to see more #dronies and other highlights from #CannesLions.
By Nino Tomasetti, Domains Product Manager, 1&1 Internet
Today at HostingCon Miami, I participated in a panel with other domain experts to discuss the benefits of new top-level domains (TLDs). As the Internet world prepares for the launch of what will be hundreds of new domain name possibilities, it is important to realize just how much potential these new names can have for businesses.
For small businesses and new businesses especially, the ability to register a short, memorable domain name for their website is the largest benefit. The .com world is of course very popular among website owners and visitors, but that popularity also causes the namespace to become quite crowded. When businesses struggle to find a relevant domain name their audience exposure struggles.
1&1 Internet already offers more than 100 of these new TLDs and over the past four months, since the first names were released, real businesses have been adopting these new names. We have seen professional photographers registering .photography domains, fitness instructors registering .training, educational facilities registering .academy, and so much more. These industry-specific domain names provide new opportunities for registering the perfect domain for your business.
In our panel today, we also discussed what some of the more popular new TLD choices have been thus far. Not surprisingly, the location-based domain names are making quite an impact on the market. .berlin launched in April with tens of thousands of registrations, and we are already anticipating such success for the next city-based TLDs such as .london, .nyc, or .miami. These location-focused domain names are a great option for local businesses to showcase the region they serve. When customers are searching for a local business, these domain names can show them exactly where this business is based.
There will certainly be a transitional period for many Internet users with regards to new TLDs. They are not expected to fully replace .com domain names, but rather add additional value to increase visibility in the World Wide Web. 1&1 is happy to provide an entire portfolio of domain names to our customers, so a specific domain name can be selected according to an exact business purpose. As businesses continue to adopt these new TLDs, and users become more and more familiar with the names over the next few years, Internet users will appreciate the additional options available for every business sector.
When using Buffer to schedule your social media posts, you’ve probably noticed that the URL’s that you share are shortened to something like “buff.er/tktk” or “bit.ly/tktk.” Have you ever wondered if you could have your very own shortened URL that uses your personal or business brand name? Well, it’s something that can be done pretty easily and we’ve created a simple guide to help you setup your own custom short URL on Buffer.
Step 1: Register the domain you’d like to use. It’s important to note that this domain can only be used for shortened URLs. For example, we couldn’t use “name.com” as our short URL, we’d need to register a domain like “na.me.” Your short domain name needs to be 15 characters or less (including the dot and extension), or else your links won’t display your custom URL. You can register your domain on name.com.
Step 2: Add your domain to Bitly. You need to sign in or register for a Bitly account. Once you’ve logged into Bitly, you’ll need to go to “Settings” in the upper right pull-down menu and then click on the “Advanced” button (or click here.).
Under the header “Branded Short Domain,” you need to select if you’re using your short domain for personal or business use. Bitly is going to make you verify your email address quickly before you can continue on from this step.
Step 3: Create a DNS record for your domain name. The next step to bringing your short URL to life is changing your DNS information. A DNS is what makes a browser point to a website, so this is where you’re telling your custom short domain to point to Bitly. To update your DNS information, you’ll need to go to the website where you registered your domain name.
Updating your DNS is typically pretty simple and should be very similar to the instruction below, even if you don’t use name.com.
For name.com customers, you’ll login to your name.com, click on your short URL, and then click on “Update DNS records.” You can find that button here:
You’ll now need to edit the A record for your site. You do this by changing the IP address to 22.214.171.124. If there isn’t an existing A record, simply add a new one. Where you see “host,” you can either leave it blank or add an “@” sign. Either option works because they do the same thing. It’s also important to note that you should only have one A record. If you have more than one A record, you should remove all of them that don’t point to Bitly’s 126.96.36.199 IP address.
Your DNS page at name.com should look something like this after you’ve added the Bitly IP address:
Step 4: Verifying your domain ownership. Now that your A record has been added to your domain name you need to go back to the “Branding Domains Settings” on Bitly and press on the verify button. When you do this, your domain is now connected to your Bitly account and your new domain is the default domain for the links you create using Bitly.
Step 5: Pat yourself on the back! You’re almost done! You’re now able to make your custom short URLs work on bitly, but now let’s get to the fun part… making your custom URLs work on Buffer.
Step 6: Connect your Bitly account to your Buffer account. Head on over to Buffer, press the “Settings” button in the top navigation, and then click on “Link Shortening” button when the drop down menu appears:
Step 7: Connect to Bitly. Now that you’re on the “Link Shortening” page, you’re going to press the “Connect Bit.ly” button:
After you press the “Connect Bit.ly” button, you’re going to go through a flow on the Bitly site that authorizes Buffer to connect to your Bitly account. Once you’ve successfully connected your Bitly account to your Buffer account, you’ll be taken back to the “Link Shortening” page where you’ll see your custom URL displayed as selected.
Step 8: Give your custom short URL a spin on Buffer. Now that you’ve set up your custom short domain, you probably want to try it out! All you need to do now is head on over to the Buffer homepage where you schedule your updates, and then type in your message:
Press “Share Now” or “Buffer.” Voillllllllaaaa, your custom short URL is in action!
You’ve successfully made it so that your short URLs are branded and so that you’re promoting your brand every time you share something on social!
Mergers and acquisitions in the hosting industry have always been a topic of interest at HostingCon. Over the past eighteen months, however, there have been several notable transactions that have helped service providers including GoDaddy reach new markets and new customers, as well as attain new talent.
Microsoft has announced Microsoft Azure Machine Learning, a fully-managed cloud service Designed to cater to the emerging field of machine learning which uses data to algorithmically predict, forecast and change future outcomes.
In the second session of the issues and trends track at HostingCon 2014, Philbert Shih, managing director of Structure Research, talked about whether the hosting industry as we know it is coming to an end.
OpenStack Summit Atlanta is in the books. It was a great event that brought together thousands of developers, operators and users of OpenStack. There was a ton of excitement around the project. With that in mind, we want to dig deeper into the past, present and future of OpenStack. In this video series, we hear straight from some of OpenStack’s community members from Rackspace about how the fast-growing open source project has evolved, what it needs to continue thriving, and what it means to them personally.
In the video below, Craig Vyvial, Rackspace Software Developer and member of the Trove project at Rackspace, relays his team’s strategy of reusing existing code to enhance the interoperability of Trove and keep the OpenStack community at the forefront of Trove innovation.
“It really hit my heart seeing that we had open source software that others all around the world were able to contribute to,” said Craig, “you can continue to learn from the community, you can continue to grow your skills, and you can constantly evolve out of this.”
Be sure to check out previous installments in the “Why We Craft OpenStack” video series featuring Rackers Kurt Griffiths, Jarret Raim, Ed Leafe, Chuck Their, Glen Campbell, Anne Gentle and Diane Fleming.
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Today at HostingCon, Miami, Parallels launched Plesk 12, the latest version of its incredibly versatile and popular server management tool. 1&1 now provides Plesk 12 free with all 1&1 Server packages (Virtual, Dynamic Cloud Server, and Dedicated) in all our countries.
Plesk is the most popular control panel for server users worldwide, with the largest share of the market. System administrators have always valued the high quality and stability of the tools. The brand new Plesk 12 builds on the previous version to further simplify core web management tasks for hosting websites and web applications. The new WordPress Toolkit helps users to optimize the hosting of WordPress, and a new Security Core provides robust server-to-site security.
1&1 now offers free Parallels Plesk 12 Web Host Edition, the most feature-rich version for unlimited domains, and there are some very impressive new enhancements:
New Security Core – delivers strengthened security for websites and applications running on a server
Prevents malicious Internet users from damaging websites with ModSecurity, the industry standard Web Application Firewall (WAF)
Enhanced security against network attacks, targeting known or newly discovered vulnerabilities with Fail2Ban, an intrusion detection and IP banning system
New WordPress Toolkit – a powerful tool for managing WordPress installations
Manage multiple WordPress installations, plugins, and themes from a single point of entry
Easily install, update, and remove WordPress, plus activate and remove plugins and themes
Securely install WordPress and harden existing WordPress installations applying the most common recommended security settings
Outgoing SPAM protection – numerous enhancements in email services and email security
Protection from outgoing spam with full customization of rate limits down to the mailbox level
Support for Dovecot mail server with server-based email filtering
Protection from local email interception with integrated blacklist
Ability to switch on/off mail service for individual domains
Enhancements for daily management tasks
Mobile optimized display for all phones, tablets and devices
Granular and precise control for back-up and restore functions
Hans Nijholt, Head of Server Product Management, 1&1 Internet, comments, “With Parallels, 1&1 has a partner who shares our vision for optimising performance for key server user groups. For our customers to realise the full potential of 1&1’s work and investments – such as best in class server hardware, CPUs and network infrastructure – world class server management tools are needed, and Parallels Plesk 12 delivers just that. Plesk 12 is the perfect complement to our server line-up and from today we are proud to provide it free with all types of 1&1 servers in all our markets”.
Looking for more information about Plesk 12 and the 1&1 server range? We’re happy to answer questions here in the comments.
Content marketing’s rise to prominence is not without reason. The new method of engaging customers is a valuable way to improve brand perception, put a face on your organization, and improve revenue. But determining the effectiveness of your efforts can be tricky, and considering your investment in new materials, this can lead to consternation. Fortunately, five key barometers can help you determine whether your work is sinking or swimming, and provide insight into how to improve your content.
Content marketing’s ultimate goal is to spread quality information and media of your creation in order to improve brand perception. This simply does not occur without sharing. Social media provides ample, free distribution channels for spreading your content as well as a barometer for its success.
With each social media platform, different metrics indicate different levels of success. Facebook allows “likes”, comments, and shares. Information that curries positive perception will receive approval in the form of likes, that which generates conversation will see comments, and that which embodies the values that customers espouse will see shares. In each type of activity, the response is an indicator of viewer reaction that can be read to tailor content in the future. The same concept applies to Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, and Google+: know the platform you’re examining and use the metrics presented to paint a picture of content efficacy.
The core mechanism of content marketing is improvement of customer relationships through engagement. Thought provoking information put out into the social sphere that does not resonate with customers or spur some kind of conversation has, therefore, fallen short. Gaging the effectiveness of your content then becomes a simple matter of monitoring customer interactions and crafting future efforts on that basis.
What constitutes engagement? A number of things. Web traffic has long been considered a useful metric, but we suggest examining bounce rate, time spent on page, and number of pages per visit. The bounce rate is the percentage of viewers that see one page and then immediately leave your website. Time spent on page is rather self-explanatory, but what it indicates is whether viewers spent the time to digest your content or simply moved on. Finally, engaging content should spur the desire to view more, which is why number of pages per visit is such a valuable barometer.
As a business, your aim is not to simply dazzle a few one-time viewers; you want to build a following. This can be achieved in a number of ways, including garnering Facebook fans, Twitter followers, and Google+ followers, but email remains the king of this arena. This is because, while followers and fans are an attractive metric, social network users can be surprisingly passive in their support, perhaps not even seeing your published content in the wash of their social media feed.
The primary aim of content marketing is to improve perception. This is inescapable. Any efforts that improve your following, generate leads, and engage customers, but fail to improve your brand in the eyes of consumers has failed. Fortunately, feedback methods are available that can help enlighten this crucial, if somewhat intangible, metric.
The best way to determine if your reputation has improved is to ask your customers. Services like SurveyMonkey have free and premium packages that allow you to poll users and glean important insight. In addition, their system offers advanced survey techniques, like randomized response order, to prevent unintended poll biases and deliver a clearer picture. Focus groups are generally more expensive to conduct, and interviewees may be hard to attain, but this more intensive method, combined with cursory surveys can help determine whether or not your content is pulling its weight.
Ultimately, marketing is an investment, and the return on that investment is what matters most. The problem is, this particular litmus test requires a lot of context in order to discern content marketing’s role in a positive or negative change. The key is to, once again, ask your customers. Tossing a quick “how did you hear about us?” question in the checkout process can help shed some light on the matter, as can tracking other metrics listed here. Remember that all aspects of your business contribute to revenue, and that if content marketing does not improve your bottom line, then all effort should be made to revise and improve them.
Tracking the intangible worth of content marketing can be challenging, but you are not without some valuable indicators. Monitor the sharing activity of your content on social networks, as well as the length and breadth of viewer visits to your website. Work to build a following and improve brand perception, and gage your success by tracking subscriptions and survey responses. Finally, look for an improvement in revenue. You’re running a business after all, and any information that can help plot a course for action is well worth a listen.
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No matter how you feel about selfies, they’re here to stay.
Powerhouse brands like KLM & Dunkin’ Donuts use selfies for Facebook marketing and get tons of engagement from fans.
But you don’t have to be a household name to use selfies effectively on your business page.
In this article, I’ll show you several examples from smaller companies that use selfies from fans to knock it out of the park.
As you view these posts, think about ways you could use selfies to get more fans to engage with your Facebook page. The possibilities are endless.
And let’s face it — selfies are just fun!
6 Pages Using Selfies for Social Media Marketing
A recent KLM campaign had lots of people showing off their cities. I loved this contest because of how well it fit with the airline’s image.
>> Click to Tweet <<
Oh, and KLM gave the winner 2 tickets to fly around the world — which doesn’t suck!
Post by KLM.
2. Dunkin’ Donuts
Many fans submitted selfies to Dunkin’ Donuts for a chance to have their photo featured on the company’s Facebook page & digital billboard in Times Square.
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Who wouldn’t want that?! I know I would!
Post by Dunkin’ Donuts.
3. The Bumble Collection
Here’s an easy-to-run selfie Facebook contest from The Bumble Collection:
Simply post a self-portrait with your little ones.
It doesn’t get much easier than that!
Post by The Bumble Collection.
4. Bulldog Tours
Have you ever seen a company run a Facebook contest for the whole summer?
Summer fun is key to this contest from Bulldog Tours, which ends Aug. 1.
Take a selfie in Charleston, South Carolina, and post it to the Bulldog Tours Facebook page. The photo with the most Likes wins a Charleston vacation!
>> Click to Tweet <<
Post by Bulldog Tours.
5. Mally Beauty
Want fans to visit your store?
Mally Beauty encouraged people to shoot selfies at their locations & upload the photos to Facebook:
6. Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts
If you share a special moment by uploading a selfie from a Mövenpick hotel, you might win a 5-night stay in a location of your choice.
>> Click to Tweet <<
I’ve shown you some interesting ways businesses have used selfies for social media marketing — ideas you could easily use for your company to get more Facebook engagement.
Let’s review key takeaways:
Campaign should relate to your products or services
Make it easy for fans to shoot a selfie
Use one social media platform to organize the contest
Give away a prize that is relevant to your Facebook page & fans
Have you seen companies encourage their fans to submit selfies?
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Instant Messaging is almost as critical a business communication tool as email or the telephone. Our Rackspace Email customers have made this clear to us in recent months – and we’ve listened. So please join us in welcoming newest member of the Rackspace Webmail application suite: Chat.
Built on open standards, Webmail Chat lets you send instant messages to users on your domain. It’s more responsive than an email, less hassle than a phone call and you can do it all without leaving your Webmail interface.
Real time presence saves you that trip across the building AND makes remote relationships just a little bit easier.
Best of all, our Webmail Chat is absolutely FREE for Rackspace Email users who log into apps.rackspace.com to check their email.
With Webmail Chat, there is no setup or configuration necessary. Just click the Chat app link, add some buddies and chat away! Our simple and intuitive interface will have you “jabbering” in no time.
As always, our Product Managers anxiously await your feedback, so after you’ve taken Chat for a test drive, please, let us know what you think.
The cloud is a $160 billion market, and yet 80 percent of service providers in North America don't offer cloud services.
WordPress users rejoice! Today, 1&1 launched enhancements to its Web hosting packages that make it even easier to initiate, set up, and populate a WordPress project with unique content. Whether you’re new to WordPress or an expert with years of experience, the new interface is an intuitive and convenient way to install and customize a Web project using the world’s most popular content management system.
Using solutions within the 1&1 Control Panel, it is possible to install the top applications with just a few clicks. This streamlined installation process allows for a reduced setup time so your focus remains on what matters most – your business. When adding WordPress to 1&1 Web hosting, every step from naming the project to completing the installation can be achieved quickly with confirmation of success at each step. As with all 1&1 Click & Build Apps, users benefit from choosing the level of management (Safe Mode or Free Mode) that best meets their needs for flexibility and security while accommodating their technical skills.
1&1 customers now have the exclusive benefit of utilizing a time-saving WordPress plugin to customize their new project. Developed by 1&1’s team of in-house app specialists, the plugin was specifically designed to make project configuration as seamless as possible for 1&1 WordPress Web hosting customers. Launching an optimal Web presence powered by WordPress can be achieved in three steps:
Select a website category (website, blog, gallery etc.)
Choose a theme – suggestions are displayed based on the category chosen in Step 1.
Incorporate plugins – recommendations are available to enhance security and functionality
To help provide for further affordable customization options, 1&1 Web hosting customers are now eligible for a 20 percent discount on third party premium WordPress themes from Template Monster. This special offer, along with all of 1&1’s application tools and resources, are accessible via the App Center in the 1&1 Control Panel. 1&1’s WordPress hosting range starts from $0.99 / year with a 12 month commitment. Questions about 1&1’s WordPress Optimized Hosting? Ask us here in the comments or contact our experts 24/7.
Let's take a quick look at what happened in AWS-land last week:
Monday, June 9
Episode 90 of the AWS Podcast.
Tuesday, June 10
We announced that
Version 7 of Red Hat Enterprise Linux is now Available on AWS.
We released an AWS Test Drive for
RSA Archer Incident Management
on AWS GovCloud (US).
The AWS Java Development Blog showed you how to use
Amazon S3 Requester Pays.
Wednesday, June 11
Amazon SES Blog published Part 3 of a series on
Debugging SMTP Conversations: Analyzing TCP Packets.
AWS Security Blog
Granting Permission to Launch EC2 Instances with IAM Roles.
Thursday, June 12
We announced an
Amazon SNS Mobile Push Update, With Support for Baidu Cloud Push, MPNS, and WNS.
We announced that you can now
Use your own Encryption Keys With S3's Server-Side Encryption.
We announced a
Developer Preview of Version 2 of the AWS SDK for iOS.
The AWS Application Management Blog
showed you how to
Build and Deploy a Federated Web Identity application with AWS Elastic Beanstalk and Login with Amazon.
Friday, June 13
A very helpful blog post from
Cloud Health Technologies talked about
Solving the Reserved Instance Management Issue for Multiple Accounts.
We added new
AWS Customer Success Stories from
AWS Architecture Blog talked about
Running Multiple HTTP Endpoints as a Highly Available Health Proxy.
AWS Marketplace added new products including
SteelStore (formerly Whitewater) 730,
Attunity CloudBeam for Amazon S3,
Stay tuned for next week! In the meantime,
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Did you know that over 30 percent of credit card numbers change or expire every year? That's why hosting companies are constantly chasing after clients for updated credit card information. Luckily, you can put an end to this cycle.
You know how you feel when you buy a beautiful new smartphone and one month later the same company releases an even better version of the phone you just purchased? Doh! If only you’d scoped out upcoming release plans before shelling out your hard-earned cash…
You can avoid the “wish I’d known that” feeling when creating and updating your small business website, too.
Businesses – big and small – are continually brainstorming new-and-improved ways to make their websites more user-friendly, eye-catching, advanced and overall superior to their competitors’ sites.
Although keeping up with website trends isn’t a priority for most small businesses, it pays to take the steps necessary to make sure you’re offering the best online experience for your visitors. And that means updating your website or adding features that users have come to expect — nobody wants to be that business that’s stuck in archaic times compared to the competition.
You don’t have to be a website trendsetter. But you do need to be aware of those trends.
Site design trends
Check out a few trends that are getting a lot of praise and attention online:
Responsive web design
Web page content that tells a story
Simple design with little clutter
Few, if any, drop-down menu options
Sans and Sans Serif fonts
Social media integration
To help your company stay hip, fresh and cool online, here are a few tips for keeping pace with online trends:
Create Google alerts
You can set up Google® Alerts to notify you whenever a keyword or phrase you want to keep tabs on is trending. For instance, you can get email alerts every time the keywords “website design,” “Web trends” or “Web design trends” appear in news stories. This is a good tool to use for catching up on industry news, as well!
Visit your top-ranking sites
Visit your favorite websites regularly and take note of new things they’re doing. Pay close attention to layouts, design features/options and colors. Some websites that do a phenomenal job staying ahead of trends and are website design trailblazers are Apple®, Kickstarter®, Netflix® and Spotify®.
Check back here
We’ll do our very best to help you keep up with online trends and the tools you need to build a strong and lasting digital identity—so check back often. And if you’ve got ideas to share, do it!
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New Yorkers take pride in where they live and what they do — and they deserve some kudos.
It’s not easy to take your passion to The Big Apple and succeed without some serious blood, sweat and tears. New Yorkers are passionate enough about what they do to test the waters in one of the most competitive cities in the world. They’re extraordinary because they come to the city that never sleeps to be part of something big.
Whether you’re a Central Park artist, an actor on Broadway, a stockbroker or (my personal favorite) a hot dog stand owner, why not showcase that New York City pride with your website?
A new generic top-level domain (gTLD), .nyc, might perfectly capture your one-of-kind digital identity. Here are three reasons why:
Your domain name should be exactly what you want it to be. You don’t want to end up with an obscure website address that’s extra-long and stuffed with hard-to-type and tough-to-remember dashes and numbers get just to fit in the confines of what’s available in a .com space that’s as crowded as an NYC sidewalk.
You shouldn’t have to change your business’s name online.
Fortunately, the new .nyc domain extension opens up the options for what domains are available so it’s more likely that you’ll find your perfect match.
There are more than 2 million small businesses in New York City alone. With a .nyc domain name, you’re marketing in a way that shows you’re a part of something big … you’re part of New York City. New Yorkers move fast, and what better way to catch their attention than to tie your business to their home?
Personalization & Localization
Your business provides a unique service and should have a unique online presence to match. A .nyc domain name will tell potential customers what you do and where you’re located at a glance.
For example, if you’re trying to beef-up business for your hot dog stand, you can create a website called BensHotDogs.nyc. If you own a taxi, why not HailATaxi.nyc? Potential customers will instantly picture where you are and what you do, without even having to visit your site.
Take a bite out of a .nyc domain
People come to New York for experiences they can’t get anywhere else in the world. Some want to see the famous holiday tree lighting at Rockefeller Plaza, ride a carriage through Central Park, or take in a show at Radio City Music Hall. Others (like me) want to try New York City street-cart hot dogs. Whatever they hope to get out of their time in The Big Apple, it’s sure not to disappoint.
You can invite visitors to your .nyc website for a one-of-a-kind experience, too.
Registration for .nyc will be available soon. Click here to get updates and we’ll let you know when it’s ready for pre-registration.
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