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Kim’s #Skims : Kardashian rebrands shapewear #domain to Skims.com

Kim Kardashian‘s entrepreneurial acumen was challenged when she chose the domain Kimono.com for her shapewear line. That has now changed, as the callipygian business woman chose Skims as the new brand line, acquiring the domain Skims.com in the process. Said Kim Kardashian: SKIMS Solutionwear™ is coming September 10. I love the idea that the pieces […]

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Five words : Two #domain sales made Texas investor a healthy ROI

Logan Flatt is a domain investor from Texas that acquires domains with great potential. The busy marketing specialist usually targets two word .com domains, often acquired at domain auction platforms such as GoDaddy. He flips them for a healthy return on investment that reaches thousands of dollars, and does so consistently. Logan shares his best […]

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#Greek domainers : No more capital controls means more purchasing power for #domain names

Greek domainers, rejoice! Greece has ended four years of capital controls today, something that Greek businesses and entrepreneurs will appreciate. Greek domain investors will now be able to pay unlimited amounts of money for domain names, without resorting to a payment plan or other payment methods. In recent years, Greek domainers had to funnel money […]

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Domain farming : Dumping 12,000 toxic #domains a day

It’s tough times for a part time domain investor; the Minnesota farmer and father of five is facing the industry’s tight squeeze. Dumping a couple of domains once in a while is something most domain investors do with their domain portfolios. It’s called “weed and feed” your domains, and even the Domain King, Rick Schwartz, […]

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#Sedo releases second dot .UK #domain auction results

Sedo, a DomainGang sponsor, has shared with us the final results of its second dot .UK auction that took place between August 8th and 15th, 2019. A total of 68 .UK domains were sold: big.uk 4350 GBP pain.uk 3200 GBP glamping.uk 2550 GBP fn.uk 2150 GBP accommodation.uk 2000 GBP unlimited.uk 1550 GBP cheeses.uk 855 GBP […]

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#CZDS, the #ICANN #domain zone file platform is only 71% efficient

ICANN’s Centralized Zone Data Service (CZDS), is not very efficient, with only 71% of requests to gain zone file access responded to after 3 business days. CZDS is basically a portal giving access to daily raw data related to new domain registrations and deletions. The zone files follow a specific format and such files can […]

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#DomainTools CEO, Timothy Chen, on a decade at the company’s helm

It’s official: Timothy Chen has been the CEO of DomainTools for a full decade – that’s 10 years! During his tenure, the company grew from a 15 person WHOIS data membership company to a SaaS security company with 600 enterprise customers and over 100 employees. Not only that; there is zero outside funding, and the […]

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This is the best #domain ebook ever!

Hey guys, I thought about putting together the best domain ebook ever. It will be awesome, guys. I have to say that once I get started, it will be a lot of information in it. I might include some photos too, not just text. Want to learn a lot of things about domains? Guys, this […]

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#Sedo sales report : #Domain names sold between 8/5/2019 – 8/11/2019 topped by EXL.com at $50000

Sedo weekly: Top sale is that of EXL.com at $50,000 dollars. Welcome to the latest edition of reporting on the Sedo domain sales; this time we cover the days spanning August 5th, 2019 – August 11th, 2019. This information has been provided by Sedo.com, sponsors of DomainGang. As a side note, Sedo has rolled out […]

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#Uniregistry report : Top 20 #domain sales for the week of August 5-12, 2019

Uniregistry, a DomainGang sponsor, announced its Top 20 sales for the week ending August 12, 2019. The report includes only domain sales that can be shared publicly. Here’s the list of domain names and prices in USD – sales above $10,000 dollars are displayed in bold letters: wearly.com $25,000 createme.com $18,000 unimart.com $13,000 vaha.com $12,000 […]

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