IP Anycast leader DNS Made Easy announces new campaign announced is to grow off of a promotional video the company released near the end of Q-3.
DNS Made Easy, the world leader in IP Anycast DNS, asks “Why throw your money down the drain?” in their new marketing campaign kicked off with a video starring their new animated spokesman Dean S. The campaign compares the prices of competing services to DNS Made Easy, and draws examples from real-world marketing techniques their competitors’ employ.
“The message is clear,” states Steven Job, president of DNS Made Easy. “We’re asking people why they’re spending sometimes thousands of dollars more with our competitors when they can get the same, performance at DNS Made Easy for a fraction of the cost. Since we do not have a dedicated sales team, we can afford to invest nearly 85% of our earnings back into our infrastructure and give our customer’s a network that costs far less than any other enterprise-level provider in the industry. Our company is designed to pay technicians that can build our products and networks, instead of salespeople to sell them. Our customer’s don’t benefit from salespeople.”
DNS Made Easy aims to take the pressure out of sales by eliminating the commissions-based, approach to sales, and reinvesting surplus income into infrastructure.
DNS Made Easy, the world leader in IP Anycast DNS services, is restating their commitment to running the largest IP Anycast network on the planet, and they’re doing it with an ethical and honest sales approach.
“DNS Made Easy’s mission is simple,” stated Steven Job, president of DNS Made Easy. “Build and expand the best DNS network and focus on return on investment, ROI. We focus on building our network and let the services sell themselves. The majority of our business is referral-based for this reason. Our customers’ are satisfied with the service they receive and recommend it to those they fraternize and do business with on a regular basis.”
DNS Made Easy creates a series to help their users around the world become more verbose in Internet technologies and gain insights on “best practices” for managing their Internet infrastructure.
DNS Made Easy, the world leading IP Anycast DNS provider, and subsidiary of Tiggee LLC, has started writing non-partisan informational posts on Squidoo; a service that allows users to create top ten lists, tutorials and reference guides to share with everybody. These posts, called “lenses,” are used to inform, educate, and entertain readers who may have specific, or not so specific queries about various topics.
“We’re trying to not only educate our users, but any potential users of our service as well,” stated Bryan Hughes, VP of System Operations at DNS Made Easy. “We want to spread the word about DNS, and how it works behind the scenes to keep the Internet running.”
How meeting the demands of corporate businesses means more features and services for corporate clients while delivering the industry’s highest ROI.
DNS Made Easy, the industry’s leading IP Anycast DNS provider, is revitalizing their relationships to their corporate clients with the Corporate Advantage; a subscription package that has been tailored specifically for corporations and large-scale businesses to help them get the most out of the DNS Made Easy IP Anycast network.
“Though we remain committed to bringing the best possible experience to each and every single one of our clients, we understand that corporate clients face decisions and challenges that can differ from our business and small business clients,” states Steven Job, president of DNS Make Easy. “That’s the reason we created the DNS Made Easy Corporate Advantage. We wanted to introduce a package with a feature set that greatly enhances the end-user experience and helps our corporate clients face difficult situations with renewed confidence and superior tools.”
IP Anycast DNS leader asks their client base what features and network locations they’d like to see in the future. Putting the power in the hands of the clients.
DNS Made Easy (dnsmadeeasy.com), the world leading IP Anycast DNS service provider, reconfirmed to building services and features that their clients required. The IP Anycast provider DNS Made Easy, is getting ready to introduce a slew of new features and additions to their network in the coming months. Though the company already has a plan for expansion drafted up, they are reaching out to their thousands of paying users, to see what features, geographical locations and policies they’d like to see. Features already added to the planned expansion include IPv6, Geographical DNS, an API for record management, and weighted load balancing.
When asked about the strategy, Bryan Hughes, VP of System Operation had this to say. “We’ve always taken the suggestions and requests of our customers very seriously, but we’ve never formalized the process by which they can submit their desired features, services, geographic locations, and other recommendations/ requests. While we have fulfilled users’ requests in the past, we’d now like to see what the majority of our clients would like to see brought to the service. We want everyone to get involved and to tailor the network to fit most-if not all-of their needs.”