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The challenges of new TLDs with Tobias Sattler – DNW Podcast #177

A first-hand account of selling new top level domains. What is it like integrating and selling new top level domain names as a registrar? On today’s podcast we talk with Tobias Sattler, the CIO for United Domains, a registrar with 1.6 million domains under management and around 10% of these in new TLDs. Tobias talks […]

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John Malkovich : Get your domain before it’s gone!

Actor John Malkovich is searching for his full name as a .com, and it’s taken. He gets pissed off. Who is this impostor that has his domain name? Who is behind JohnMalkovich.com ? He starts typing an email to the owner of JohnMalkovich.com and his frustration is evident. It’s a new video by all-in-one solutions […]

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Uniregistry : Transfer your .COM for a low rate during NamesCon 2017

Uniregistry just shared with us some exciting news, regarding NamesCon 2017 and domain names: Until January 31, 2017 you can transfer an unlimited number of .COM domain names to Uniregistry for $8.45* per domain name. To redeem, simply visit Uniregistry and enter the coupon code NAMESCON17 when prompted during the transfer checkout process. Terms: *Offer […]

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Domain investor banned for registering too many domains

When it comes down to registering domain names, more is merrier. Frank Zabowlski, a domain investor veteran from Milwaukee, seems to agree with this argument; his domain portfolio consists of more than 85,000 unique, valuable domain names. “I was lucky to start back in the day when domain registrations were expensive and every keyword was […]

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Domain companies to be grateful for : Uniregistry

Merry Christmas domainers! 😀 The end of 2015 is nigh, and on that note we’re sending out our appreciation for companies that throughout the year strove to deliver a variety of great services to domain investors. After covering Escrow.com and DomainTools, it’s the turn of Uniregistry and its domain registrar services. Not just another registrar […]

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CentralNic Buys Registrar Instra.com & Stock is Down Almost 20%

CentralNic (LON:CNIC) is buying privately-owned domain name registrar, Instra Group, funded in part from a £10mln placing of stock with investors at 40p a share, for almost £16mln (A$33mln). According to the press release “the purchase will extend CentralNic’s capabilities and “significantly increase” its retail offering.” According to the press release Instra in the year […]

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.XYZ is Back Over 1 Million Domain Registrations & None Of Them Are Free

The new domain extension .XYZ has crossed the 1 Million domain name registration mark again. However now all of the “free” Network Solutions (NetSol) domain names that were stuffed into customers accounts on a non-automatic renewal basis have run their course. So all remaining Netsol registrations for an .XYZ domain exist because the owner paid […]

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Amazon Registry Appears To Be Off To A Rough Start

We wrote a couple of weeks ago about Amazon launching Amazonregistry.com as a domain name registrar for at least the new gTLD’s At the time the site resolved but was not taking any registrations. But since at least yesterday the site is returning an error page something you usually don’t see on a website of […]

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Uniregistry launches Knowledge Base

Uniregistry has launched “Knowledge Base” – a collection of answers to questions, that is easy to search or browse: “Visit our newly launched Knowledge Base to learn about all of the Uniregistry features available at your finger tips, including bulk edit features and more! The old saying “Knowledge is Power” is true especially when it comes […]

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Moniker ‘patient zero’ warned registrar on security breach in late August

A former Moniker customer’s rage over the recently exploited security breach, is off the charts. He has reason to believe that his account, presumably containing valuable domains, was the first one to be targeted in late August by hackers originating from Egypt and Lebanon, who created sub-accounts. Despite warning Moniker about the issue, he was […]

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