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April 26, 2019 06:15

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MorganLinton.com now has its own Discord server – join now for a more interactive experience

As an eSports and gaming fan, Discord has become a part of my daily life. If you don’t know what Discord is, think of it as Slack for gamers – an easy way to chat with other gamers, track what they’re playing and have a more dynamic experience than you’ll find on a forum. When […]

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Should I create a separate blog focused on Domaining?

As those of you have been reading my blog for a long time know, my life has changed a lot since I started blogging back in 2007. Five years ago I co-founded a startup, Bold Metrics, and that meant spending a lot less time on Domaining. I think before starting our company Domaining was a […]

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The domain industry divides again over Bitcoin – and it’s getting ugly

Well ever since Rick Schwartz brought up the link between domain names and Bitcoin a small battle has been waging on, and it’s still going. This has led to another discussion that has to do with what people should write about on “domain blogs” and if Bitcoin is fair game or not. I don’t write […]

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Beware of fake comments on domain blogs

Don’t believe every comment you read on domain blogs. While many do come from real people who are commenting as themselves, lately there has been an increase in “fake” comments where a scammer impersonates someone else. The latest victim is long-time domain industry veteran and NamePros admin Eric Lyon, here’s what he shared recently about the […]

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Domainer news : “Embargoed Press Release” coverage

Dozens of domain investors sworn to secrecy, held onto a major press release under the “embargo” clause. With important news and statistics about the domain industry withheld until the early Monday hours, we reached out to several domain bloggers to gauge their opinion. DNJournal: As always, we received the Press Release under embargo, and will […]

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What happened to Fusible’s Blog?

I have been blogging about domain names since 2007, it’s amazing to think that it has almost been almost 8 years that I have been writing this blog. During that time period I have seen the domain blogosphere grow and change in many different ways. There were the days where Chef Patrick was always making […]

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TheDomains rolls out a ‘comment guidelines’ policy for trolls

The popular domain blog, TheDomains, attracts a large amount of commentary on its posts daily. Along with constructive responses and opinionated comments comes a small amount of troll-induced commentary, aimed at provoking the blog’s operator, Mike Berkens, and the readers of TheDomains. Mike’s one of the nicest people in the domain industry, and he puts […]

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