Domain of the Month: Assad.Sucks

At .SUCKS, we love seeing sites that use their digital presence for good. In the current turbulent political climate, it’s important to make sure you have a voice that’s being heard. You can stand out from all of the noise online with a domain that makes a powerful statement. This month, we want to give … 

 

5 Ways to Ensure Your Site Gets Seen on Google

Discoverability on the web is a tricky business. You want your brand to appear as high up on search engine results lists as possible to prevent getting lost in the ever-growing mountain of online content. Because, let’s be honest, if you aren’t on the first page of Google search results, you might as well not … 

 

Cheeky Brands Can Make .SUCKS Names Work

You might be wondering which companies or industries are best suited to engage the market with a .SUCKS domain name. .SUCKS domains can be useful for a number of different marketing tactics—whether you are calling out the bad guys, dropping knowledge bombs or rallying an entire community, a .SUCKS domain is an easy way to … 

 

Clarity of Intent Gives .SUCKS a Leg up on Social Media

We often hear that since there are so many places for customers to vent, there is no sense of urgency to build another with a .SUCKS platform. There is an understandable anxiety over the rise of bad online behavior and its effect on social media networks. For instance, Twitter’s failure to manage online trolls has … 

 

Are Brands’ Budgets the Ultimate Moral Compass?

We’ve noticed a trend in advertising recently: More and more, big brands are incorporating humanitarian messages into their advertising—with varying degrees of success. For example, this Heineken ad unites people from opposite ends of the political spectrum to highlight their similarities over their differences. As this marketing trend becomes more common, we’d like to pause …