When you change over your web or DNS host, your SEO could suffer longstanding damages that take weeks or months to repair. When admins switch over webhosts, site traffic is redirected to the new site. However, this process can take over 24 hours to complete and in most cases traffic is lost due to faulty redirection or inadequate DNS services.
With in-depth interviews with our president, Steven Job, who has been in the DNS industry for 13 years and remains committed to transparency with his clients, this series – The Dark and Dirty Side – Inside the DNS Sales – will explore and reveal the dirty, dark side of DNS sales.
Constellix DNS was just announced a few weeks ago, but has already revealed itself to provide the deepest levels of granularity when it comes to Geo-DNS routing. Constellix makes this feat possible through the use of their proprietary GeoIP Services, as explained by Constellix engineers in the newly released Geo IP Services white paper.
Not too long ago, we covered the elaborate eight hour ceremony in which the 14 key holders of the internet partake in a day of scripted procedures to create new keys which unlock control of the web. We know this sounds a bit absurd, but it all comes down to the domain name system (DNS).