Are you game? It's Trivia Tuesday Time!

Annabel Maw
Aug 4, 2015

Are you ready to take on the Trivia Tuesday challenge? If so, you have come to the right place! This week we have 3 new questions along with 3 marvelous prizes. All you need is a bit of domain knowledge and the hankering to take on our trivia challenge! If you're new to our game, please read our game rules and regulations before playing this week's round. Read more to play the game - we look forward to seeing your answers. Good luck!

Last Week's Answers

Easy: What are the requirements to register a .ASIA domain?
Reward: 10% Off Domain Transfer (.COM, .NET, .ORG)

Answer: .ASIA domains require a contact in Asia. More here

Medium: What should you do before transferring a domain from another registrar to Dynadot?
Reward: 50% Off 1 Domain Registration (.COM, .NET, .ORG, or .XYZ)

Answer: To transfer a domain, the domain must not be a recent registration or transfer and it must not be expired or about to expire. Also, ensure your Whois email address is current because that is the address we will use to authorize the transfer. More here

Hard: What are the benefits of AlphaSSL?
Reward: 1 Free Domain Renewal (up to $10)

Answer: Provides more security than single-root certificates, more bang for your buck, covers both 'versions' of your domain with one SSL certificate, provides up to 256-bit encryption for your website, and is issued from a 2048 bit Root Certificate. More here

Thank you to all those who participated! New players, check out game rules and regulations then play this round!

This Week's Trivia

Easy: What will happen to your account if you send spam?
Reward: Dyna T-Shirt

Medium: How do the features on our free version of Website Builder differ from the features on our business version of Website Builder?
Reward: 50% Off 1 Domain Renewal (.COM, .NET, .ORG, or .XYZ)

Hard: What day is our webinar going to be on, and what is it going to be about?
Reward: 1 Free Domain Registration (.COM, .NET, .ORG, or .XYZ)

Answer below to claim your reward, and check back next week for answers and another game!

Post by Annabel Maw

Aug 4, 2015 11:34am
Hard: Tune in to our webinar on August 12, 2015 at 8:00 PDT for an informative presentation of how you can build the website you've always wanted using Dynadot's Website Builder! The main focus of this webinar will be to show YOU how to craft a customized personal or business website. We will go over our platform and various website building tools, giving you the knowledge you need to build your website.
1 Reply
Aug 7, 2015 9:53am
Excellent work! :)
Aug 4, 2015 11:51am
Medium: The free plan only allows 5 pages, 5GB bandwidth, 1GB storage, and a mobile website; whereas the business plan allows unlimited pages, unlimited bandwidth, unlimited storage, mobile website, custom footer, added tools, and email. You also get a free domain with the business website builder.
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Aug 7, 2015 10:05am
Awesome! You win :)
Aug 4, 2015 3:45pm
Easy: If we receive any complaints about your domain being used to send spam, we will promptly start an investigation. If we determine that spam was sent using your domain, we will cancel your domain. You will no longer be able to control the name servers for your domain, and instead a Dynadot "domain cancelled for spam abuse" page will appear in its place. You will not receive a refund or credit.
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Aug 7, 2015 9:51am
Great job! You got it :)
Aug 16, 2015 6:56am
Provides more security than single-root certificates! Chained SSL certificates are more secure than single-root certificates since installing an intermediate certificate keeps the top root certificate secure. It is important to keep the root certificate secure since the security of any SSL certificate depends solely on the root certificate. More bang for your buck! Covers both 'versions' of your domain with one SSL certificate. Example: Secures both and if you order a SSL certificate for the hostname, "". Provides up to 256-bit encryption for your website. Is issued from a 2048 bit Root Certificate which meets the NIST (National Institute of Standards & Technology) recommendation to use 2048 bit keys.