Articles, Voice of LogicBoxes

The Voice of LogicBoxes: Vol. 13

Hello folks, we’re back with our 13th edition of the Voice of LogicBoxes

Is it just us or is 2019 really travelling at the speed of light?  We won’t be surprised if we blink and find out that it is Christmas time already! All right, jokes aside, Q3 has been quite a packed quarter for us. Our teams have spent a lot of time, effort and resources on a bunch of system changes. Let’s go through each one of these in this post, shall we?


.CO Birthday Sale: The .CO domain extension completed 9 years of its existence. To celebrate the occasion, we ran a 10-day promo wherein we offered .CO domains only at $1.39! More details here.

  • Important Updates on .ES Relaunch: We relaunched .ES, the ccTLD of Spain, at a price of $7.79. This price is now applicable on new registrations, renewals and transfer-ins. More details here.
  • Price Revision of WordPress Add-ons: We revised the prices of the WordPress Add-ons that we offer with effect from August 5, 2019. You can find out all the details here.
  • Discontinuation of Orders: Basis the feedback we received as well as the trends spotted in the usage patterns, we decided to discontinue new adds for, our very own website builder. Please note that this change does not affect any existing orders. More details here.
  • Registry Price Revisions for .BIZ and Donuts TLDs: Owing to the price hikes announced by the .BIZ Registry as well as Donuts Inc., we revised our selling pricing for a host of TLDs which will go into effect from November 1, 2019. More details here.
  • Domain Privacy Updates for .NZ: The .NZ Registry recently imposed some contractual obligations with respect to handling contact information associated with their domain names. Owing to this, we had to make some changes in the registration and management of .NZ domains registered for users in the European Economic Area (EEA) with effect from September 30, 2019. More details here.
  • Introducing Plesk Add-on on dedicated Servers: We launched Plesk Add-ons for our Linux and Windows Dedicated Server plans which start from a slow as $5.49 per month. More details here.
  • Transfer-out Emails: We made some improvements in our domain transfer-out authorization process. As per the new process, the transfer-out link now leads to a transfer confirmation landing page on which, the user is required to explicitly click on the ‘Decline Transfer’ button to confirm their intention to cancel the transfer. More details here.


  • Important Updates on Company Name Change: The new legal entity name of our company has been changed from ‘Directi Web Technology Private Limited’ to ‘Endurance International Group (India) Private Limited’. We sent out an email communicating a list of instructions that our partners will need to follow moving forward. More details here.
  • Important Updates on Reseller Agreement: We revised our Reseller Master Agreement which now bears a change regarding all domain orders under your Reseller account which are on our (PDR Ltd. d/b/a Registrar credentials. More details here.
  • Launch of RDAP: Owing to ICANN’s mandate, we launched the Registration Data Access Protocol (RDAP) on the LogicBoxes platform on August 12, 2019. More details here.

Apart from all this, we also ran three monthly domain name promos where we offered over 80 TLDs at discounted prices. In case you wish to take a look at the TLDs that are available on discounts, you can visit our Promos page.

To stay updated on all activities at LogicBoxes and other important industry news, follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.

Until next quarter,

Team LogicBoxes

Articles, New gTLDs

TLD Tuesdays (Vol. 7): .GLOBAL

With globalization scaling new heights, international boundaries are blurring rapidly. Brands and people, alike, are striving to increase their reach across the globe, regardless of geographical, cultural, and linguistic boundaries. This is exactly how small businesses, as well as social media influencers from the most remote parts of the world, are being able to reach a global audience in their hopes of making it big. 

Having a website is imperative to establish a global presence. Moreover, having the perfect domain name extension in your website URL can make all the difference when it comes to enhancing this global presence further. There is one such domain name which perfectly fulfils this purpose – .GLOBAL

A Little History on .GLOBAL

.GLOBAL is a New gTLD which was delegated to the DNS root zone on 6th June, 2014 and was made available for the public to register on 9th September, 2014. Very close to completing their 5-year anniversary, this nTLD has seen 49K+ registrations to date. 

The registry operating .GLOBAL is the Dot Global Domain Registry Limited, while the Registry’s backend services are handled by Afilias in partnership with CloudNames, a Norwegian gTLD consultancy and management services company.

Who is .GLOBAL meant for?

  • Startups and SMBs who wish to expand their reach in the global market
  • Bloggers and vloggers
  • Social media influencers
  • Businesses that cater to the global audience
  • Travel agencies who organise tours all across the world
  • Online stores
  • Non-profit organizations

Why should you sell .GLOBAL

.GLOBAL truly is a borderless TLD in the sense that it enables businesses, organizations, and individuals to operate in a worldwide capacity. Besides, this TLD also supports multiple scripts and special characters.

This is a promising TLD in terms of its appeals, and thereby its potential to help end-users do more with their online presence. Offer this unique and succinct New gTLD today to help your audience further reach out to a much wider audience.

To make things more convenient for you, we have a fantastic promo available on .GLOBAL TLDs which will remain active throughout the month. Don’t forget to check that out!

We hope you make the most of this promo while also offering a valuable domain name to your customer base.

Until next Tuesday,

Team LogicBoxes

Articles, Current Promos, New gTLDs, Products

TLD Tuesdays (Vol. 6): .LIVE

It’s a new Tuesday, and we’ve got you a new post from our TLD Tuesdays series. This Tuesday, our TLD in focus is .LIVE.

Everyone these days is kicked about sharing their favourite moments with the rest of the world while they happen. Be it live-streaming a concert, a sports match, a newsworthy event, or a travel vlog – it’s all about “living in the moment”. .LIVE is the best TLD for anyone who has fresh content to share. 

Let’s dive deeper into the significance of this interesting New gTLD, shall we?

A Little History on .LIVE

.LIVE is operated by the Rightside Registry. Both, the TLD, as well as the registry operations, are managed by Donuts (Half woods, LLC). .LIVE was delegated to its root zone on July 8, 2015, and was made available to the public for registrations on October 28, 2015.

Interestingly, Microsoft and Google were among the list of applicants for .LIVE initially. However, a private auction conducted in 2014 resulted in Donuts grabbing the rights to the string.

Who is .LIVE meant for?

  • YouTubers
  • Bloggers
  • Vloggers
  • Online coaches/tutors
  • Broadcasters of sports events, music concerts, etc.
  • News channels
  • Media and Entertainment companies
  • Anyone with real and fresh content to share

Why should you sell .LIVE

People all across the world are busy capturing content because they are passionate about sharing the same with the world instantly. Not only is this new gTLD short, crisp, and easy to remember but it also makes for the perfect keyword that any real-time content creator would want to monetize on.

This pool of enthusiasts who want to make the most of the technology and make content instantly accessible to people across the world is huge and is only growing. Tapping into this market is a golden opportunity and we really want you to not miss out on it!

To make things more convenient for you, we have a fantastic promo available on .LIVE which will remain active throughout the month. This gives you a chance to buy .LIVE domains from us at an incredible price of only $0.99, and then resell them further at a profit!

We hope you make the most of this promo while also offering a valuable domain name to your customer base.

Until next Tuesday,

Team LogicBoxes

Articles, Current Promos


LogicBoxes: Power of Promos (Part 2): How to Optimize Your Lead Base

We’ve crossed the 6-month mark of 2019 and businesses are pulling their socks up to think of ways to close the gaps between their current P&L and the expected P&L. In our last article from the series The Power of Promos: Part I, we discussed the four hurdles that the Sales teams have had to overcome on a frequent basis to close their deals. In this post, we will discuss the different kinds of prospects that you can possibly target with your promos.

1. Your Existing Customers

According to this particular article, the cost of acquiring new customers (on an average) is 5x more than the cost of retaining existing customers. This means that it is absolutely essential that you do not forget to extend your discounts to your existing customer base.

Having said that, it shouldn’t turn into a case of milking your customers to the last drop. Identify customers who are buying products whose features tie into the features of the product that you’re pushing with your promo. Customers tend to accept deals that allow them to couple new products with the ones they already have, and enjoy the combined value of both.

A good way to reach out to your existing customers to avail your promo is by sending them an email, sharing a blog post that highlights the value of your promo, put up ad banners on social media, and have the client servicing/account management team to add a banner in their email signatures to ensure maximum awareness.

2. Your Warm Leads 

This one is for the Sales team. Your warm leads are the people whom you are already familiar with. You call them by their first names, you know how long have they been working with their current employer, and to an extent, they like you. These are the leads who had shown interest in your product offering sometime in the past and are still very likely to go ahead and make the final purchase.

The fact that they haven’t hit the ‘BUY’ button yet could be a result of a lot of things which the Sales representative may or may not be completely aware of. However, when they are offered a good discount on a product that they have been meaning to buy, their likelihood of hitting that button increases manifold. 

These could probably be the easiest targets for your Sales team to close. Depending on which prospecting stage these leads are at, you get your Marketing team to create content that speaks to them clearly and effectively.

3. The Drop-offs 

Your Sales team spoke to a bunch of Sales-qualified leads but for some reason, the timing was just not right for them to buy your product. Hence, they dropped off even before you could identify what it was that was holding them back from considering your offer. 

Although these may seem like a slightly difficult group to reach out to, you must not underestimate the power of slashed prices. Make a list of the leads that you have spoken to but could never sell anything. Have your Sales team reconnect with them, this time with an offer that helps them save a few bucks. Start with the last conversation you had with them, show them that you remember the details.

Here’s a quick tip – it may if you give them statistical data that represents the usefulness and the value proposition of the product that you are offering. Sometimes, data triumphs discounts.

4. Your Competitors’ Customers

Isn’t this the whole point of your business goals – having everyone use your products, and your products only? These also include customers who are currently buying from another provider. While your competitors’ offerings may be just as good as yours, if not better, it is possible to lure your competitors’ customers into buying your products.

Customers tend to opt for providers that offer the best quality, the best experience (post-sales service), and most importantly, the best pricing. A promo is just the right tool that can help you get your foot in their doors. While getting a hold of your competitors’ customer-base can be a tricky business, you can always get help from data mining services to assemble a list of your target customers basis the criteria you share with them. Once you have this list, you can reach out to them either personally or through a mass email campaign.

5. Your Cold Leads

These are the leads you have made it very clear that they are not interested in your offerings. But but but…interests change and evolve with time. There’s a good chance that what may not have been important for them a few weeks/months ago could be a requirement today.

That said, it is essential for you to not overdo it. Reach out to them once, and that’s that. If they don’t respond, then they don’t respond. All you can hope is that they do, and positively so. After all, the world runs on hope, doesn’t it?

These are the three widely targeted lead groups during the campaigns that are designed to push products with the help of occasional promos. We hope this information has helped you narrow down your lead base for you. If you liked this post, feel free to comment below and let us know if you want us to cover more topics of this nature.

In case you are interested, you can all the active promos that are available at LogicBoxes on our Promos page. Until then, happy selling!

Announcements, Articles, Products

Save More with our Product Combo Plans!

Product Combo Plans, one of our most sought after offerings, have been playing a monumental role in adding to our Resellers’ revenues. Therefore, we thought that we should walk you through the value that this offering adds to the end users, as well as the Resellers alike, and also help you leverage this opportunity.

We have spoken about the importance of having a wide product portfolio to be able to succeed in becoming the most preferred Reseller of web presence products before. In this post, we will elucidate how our Product Combo Plans help in optimizing the potential that a heavy product portfolio holds.