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December 14, 2018 23:59

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MERGE! 2017 : Chinese market analysis and Rick Schwartz makes a cameo appearance

Rick Schwartz established a virtual presence at MERGE! 2017 in Orlando, Florida today. During the Chinese domain market session, one of Rick’s popular quotes was presented by Guta.com founder, George Hong. The related PowerPoint slide can be seen below, both in English and Chinese. The Domain King’s quote reads as follows: “Domains would go up […]

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Can’t win them all : Mike Mann lost UDRP for ArneJacobsen.com

Domain investor, Mike Mann, just lost the UDRP for the domain ArneJacobsen.com at the WIPO. The Complainant is Arne Jacobsen Design I/S of Virum, Denmark, represented by Horten Advokatpartnerselskab, Denmark. According to the UDRP filing, the Complainant has rights to the ARNE JACOBSEN mark, and its iconic founder passed in 1971. “Mr. Jacobsen was a […]

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Mike Mann rolls out new Landing Pages on DomainMarket…and they’re working

Mike Mann announced on Facebook today that he rolled out new landing pages on his DomainMarket.com platform and apparently they’re seeing some pretty solid results out of the gate. Here’s what the above-the-fold of the new pages look like…in this example it’s a pretty pricey name but a darn good one: Below the fold they […]

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Chips from the Mann : The top 20 most expensive LLLL .com domains

Domain investor Mike Mann has been known for chasing deals like no other “larger than life” domainer. The Domain Market owner invests in domains, having this simple yet effective philosophy or domain mantra: “Buy low, sell high.” With that in mind, we took a closer look at Mike Mann’s domain portfolio, consisting of 4 letter […]

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Chinese domain market sales : Get ready for a hot summer!

China‘s economy is about to roam into Q2/2016 and memories of last year’s stock market crash come to mind. This summer is expected to be extremely hot in China, both literally and for the economy. Standard & Poors changed its outlook for China’s credit rating to negative, due to a slower than expected move towards […]

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Chinese domain market : Will China’s stock market crash affect it?

The Chinese domain market is a wild beast, and it has witnessed an explosive growth in 2015. While there are fortunes to be made in any emerging market, domain investors are advised to proceed with caution. As with any investment market, past performance does not guarantee future results. In a well-researched article for Domain Name […]

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ChaoMi : Is the “fried rice” reporting site accurate on Chinese domain sales?

If you’re interested in daily tracking of the Chinese domain market sales, you probably need ChaoMi. The online domain tool tracks daily stats in a variety of domain genres, popular with the Chinese domain investors. ChaoMi includes the following domain categories it reports on: Three and four letter .com, .net, .org and .CC domains Three […]

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Chinese domain sales : Get live daily data from ChaoMi

If you want to master the Chinese domain market of short, unpronounceable – to the Westerners – domain names, you need some reliable data directly from the source. Domain sales on Western venues, such as GoDaddy Auctions, NameJet, or even Sedo, do not paint the full picture of what is going on behind the Great […]

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Top 10 list : Mike Mann’s most expensive LLLL .com domains

Domain investor and serial entrepreneur, Mike Mann, loves to sell domains. If you love buying, we prepared this handy guide a while back, titled “How to buy domains from Mike Mann.” The proliferation of LLLL .com domains is generating a lot of movement for holders of large domain portfolios. Mike Mann’s Domain Market is the […]

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Cybercrime on the rise : Beware of “liquid domain” scams

There are a lot of real opportunities that exist in the market of so-called “liquid domains“; short, memorable domains that existed for years. The recent surge in popularity of these domain assets, along with the overnight proliferation of alternate domain markets spanning six and seven number domains, have generated an equal amount of fraudulent activity. […]

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