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The #Domain King and the #Royal Wedding

Thousands of on-site spectators and millions of others via television witnessed today’s Royal Wedding. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were united in holy matrimony, at the St George’s Chapel. Dozens of celebrities attended the Royal Wedding, but one domain celebrity was sorely missing: The Domain King. Rick Schwartz politely declined the invitation to attend the […]

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The #Domain King is gearing .app

Rick Schwartz broke his domain blogging silence once again, right after the launch of dot .app, a new gTLD managed by Google. The Domain King has been an outspoken non-supporter of fringe new domain extensions, such as dot .horse. Although most new gTLD extensions are far superior to the Domain King’s .horse paradigm, they seem […]

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The #Domain King, Rick Schwartz, is back!

Rick Schwartz, the de facto Domain King, has returned. No, Rick did not get back on Twitter, a social medium he ditched at the end of 2017. Instead, Rick Schwartz has finally broken his domain blogging radio silence, by posting a cryptic one liner: ” The Life, The Death and The Rebirth of the Industry […]

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Rick Schwartz : Politics and social issues become #domain names

Rick Schwartz quit social media and Twitter in particular at the turn of the new year. The Domain King is far from retired, as domain investing has been the core of his business for almost 25 years. Rick refers to his ongoing activity as that of a domain investor, and a domain collector. Rick’s passion […]

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Every Domain King needs his #domain #kingdom

If you’ve been binge-watching the second season of The Crown at Netflix, you are not alone. Millions of viewers are enchanted by the life of Queen Elizabeth II and her life among both Royalty and the commoners of Great Britain. The series is charged with a broad range of emotions, a rare sight for the […]

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Rick Schwartz : Domain entrepreneur or domain name speculator?

Domain investors of a higher caliber, like Rick Schwartz, define their business model long term. By visiting DomainKing.com, Rick Schwartz’s primary domain portfolio web site, one can realize the extent and reach – long term – of his investments, and his 20 year business plan. In fact, it was the latter’s completion, that led Rick […]

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Domain King : Around the world in 80 days!

Rick Schwartz, the Domain King, is on a worldwide tour, to celebrate his victory in the Queen.com UDRP against the Danish aggressor company, Knud Jepsen A/S. “Roaming the world of domains is never enough, one has to get on a plane and see places far, far away,” said Rick Schwartz, while in Venice, Italy. “I […]

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Queen.com domain UDRP : High odds that it will be a RDNH finding – here’s why

The decision on the UDRP against Queen.com, a generic, aged domain owned by Rick Schwartz should be delivered soon. A poll among DomainGang readers shows that 50% of voters believe a finding of “Reverse Domain Name Hijacking” is probable in this case. While 38% of votes predict a win for the Domain King without a […]

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TRAFFIC 2008 – Rick Schwartz’s best 20 minute video interview ever!

Rick Schwartz gave his best video interview ever in 2008, right at the end of TRAFFIC East in Orlando, FL. The event, which was attended by yours truly, presented the opportunity to domain investors and company representatives to network and forge new business relationships. More than $2.5 million dollars‘ worth of domain names were sold […]

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Domain President? Dicker fallout continues as Schwartz unleashes tweetstorm

“Domain King” domain investor Rick Schwartz has twunleashed a twirade of Twitter twabuse about deleted podcasts that would put Donald Trump to shame. Starting late Sunday night and apparently still ongoing at time of publication, Schwartz has been haranguing Michael Cyger, publisher of the DomainSherpa and DNAcademy investor sites, about dozens of deleted DomainSherpa podcasts. […]

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