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Namesilo Registration Stats December 2019

Namesilo put together another infographic, this time a look at December registration data. Only 43% of all registrations were .com, 3% .net and 2% .org. The post Namesilo Registration Stats December 2019 appeared first on TheDomains.com.

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Adam Dicker to be on YouTube tonight at 8pm

27.be is a Belgium domain name marketplace dedicated to 2-letter and 2-number corporate BE domains they have a YouTube channel that will be airing an interview with Adam Dicker tonight at 8 p.m. Eastern Adam Dicker – Domain Name Entrepreneur who has inspired thousands of domainers worldwide https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O3dcb93la3c Not sure how much I will watch […]

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The good, the bad and the ugly – Domain Conferences

We have been running a series for a few years, The good, the bad and the ugly” An opportunity for readers to discuss what they like and don’t like about a particular company in the domain space. In this post give your thoughts on domain conferences. What is not allowed: Personal attacks on individuals at […]

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A look at the history of Reverse Domain Name Hijacking

With the news out today that Lotto.com was saved in a UDRP complaint, though there was no finding of reverse domain name hijacking. There is an article published by Gerald M. Levine a few weeks back at IPlegalCorner.com that’s worth reading. Mr. Levine takes a look back at the history of RDNH and provides some […]

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Breaking news – Not all domain sales are reported

“Hey bro there are many sales that are not reported!” That seems to be the mantra of half the commenters when a post is published regarding reported sales data. This is not news, everyone knows this, the posts I am referencing never made any implication that these are the only sales, or run your business […]

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Do you still want to be a domainer?

I want to wish everyone a Happy New Year, I am here at the helm, Mike and Judi are in Pasadena for the Rose Bowl. Michael might be better at college and pro football picks than domaining. He has been hot for the last month. He and Judi also got to see the playoff game […]

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From Voice.com to .org, 2019 was a Monster year

Domaining in 2019 was a very busy and very interesting year. We saw the largest sale ever reported as Voice.com sold for $30 million. Chad Wright’s WebQuest and New.Life took 5 of the top 15 new gtld sales with Free.Games being the top reported sale at $335,000. Money.com.au became one of the top 30 highest […]

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Should new gtlds be viewed through the lens of a 20 year plan?

I have been under the weather this weekend so I have not been reading texts and emails right away as normal. A few people were mentioning to me the post we did a few days ago about new gtld sales. The comments become the classic com fans vs non com fans. Matt wrote one that […]

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Verisign: third quarter of 2019 closed with 359.8 million domain name registrations

Verisign Q3 2019 Domain Name Industry Brief: Internet Grows to 359.8 Million Domain Name Registrations in the Third Quarter of 2019 Data shows that the third quarter of 2019 closed with 359.8 million domain name registrations across all top-level domains (TLDs), an increase of 5.1 million domain name registrations, or 1.4 percent, compared to the […]

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ArsTechnica tries to get PIR to open up about .org

Ars Technica published a piece today on the pending .org sale. In another attempt to get PIR to release documents, Ars Technica reported that they contacted PIR today and they claimed they cannot release documents due to confidentiality agreements. From the article: CANN says it wants to make the transaction-review process more transparent. But ICANN […]

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