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Maintain business domain name intact

There is one thing that organizations must do. They have to register their own domain name, make it final, and afterwards be certain that they are managing it on their own. Digital reputation is increasingly becoming one of, if not there already, the criteria to assess how sound a business fundamental is. Really? Imagine if you caused, or a business keep, changing its own domain name. It is more likely that customers will have a hard time finding what they want to know about how to do business with you. There is much more than just learning the how regardless if a strictly or shabbily regulated business and industry is taken into account. And if the domain name has to be changed, don't totally abandon it. Make a redirect to the new domain name you intend to use and keep it that way for years to come. Until such time that every customer has learned about it already, and that the internet including search engines has been pointing and crawling to the new one directly and automaticall

Resources on Google i.e. Search and Sites, unavailable due to "unusual traffic"

 The notification or error message is exactly as the following: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. Please try your request again later.  Why did this happen? You've searched using different search engines and found some including those from - Google, , - Makeuseof, , And some more from other sites with causes almost the same. If you've tried all of those and still unable to reach the resource you need, there are a few things left you can check. That resource is hosted on Google. How each of those different resource there respond, their sensitivity to network activity, however, are not the same. Youtube seemed impervious, most tolerable, though. This kind of error you are getting is happening only to you and probably within your network. It may include your connection through LAN, if you ha