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April 20, 2018 10:23

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#GoDaddy wants to conquer every tier 2 city in #India

GoDaddy bagged one million customers in India, and the biggest domain registrar in the world is only getting started. With 462 million Internet users, India is second only to China. So far, GoDaddy’s web hosting and cloud services have targeted the large metropolises of India. There are 51 million small and medium businesses, of which […]

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Get ready to play the LL, LLL and LLLL #domain game

Short domain names are fun to type in, and it’s even better owning one – most of them can be worth a lot of money. The market for LLL .com and LLLL .com domain names is healthy, although prices are considerably down from previous peaks. The two letter .com (LL) domain market remains strong, thanks […]

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Portugal and South Africa surpass one million #domain names

Portugal surpassed one million dot .PT domain names in March, with more than 23,000 domains registered in 2018 so far. Meanwhile, South Africa now has 1.1 million dot .ZA domains, making it the largest African nation in terms of ccTLD registrations. Lastly, the number of dot .EU domains continues to grow, despite the oncoming Brexit, […]

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#Uniregistry rolls out version 3.0 of its #domain market and management app

Uniregistry rolled out version 3.0 of its domain market and management application today. The new version of the Uniregistry Market app addresses user experience (UX) issues, and adds a navigation bar at the bottom. This way, domain management becomes easier, along with accessing the Uniregistry Market to respond to active inquiries. There are lots of […]

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#Domainer releases “proof of sale” document for $20 dollar #domain flip

An expert domainer, who hand-registers domains and turns them into sizable sales of double that amount, has released “proof of sale” for his latest domain flip. Challenged by another domainer on the popular domain forum, NamePros, user flipz4domainz shared the document with the demanding crowd. “Proof it that u got to sale that domain for […]

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The Turakhia Bros bought the #domain #Flock .com – Was it for big bucks?

The Turakhia brothers launched Flock, a messaging and collaboration tool in 2014. As a personal project of Bhavin Turakhia, Flock was rolled out on the domain name Flock.co. At the time, Flock was referred to as “better than Slack,” a competing software app. Today, the same message is presented to its customers: Currently, Flock.co forwards […]

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Choice Bank : #Payoneer card issuer in liquidity-constrained position

Choice Bank of Belize, the card issuer for several adult payment solutions, is currently in “liquidity-constrained position” by the country’s regulatory authorities, according to sources. The Belize bank has established card payment systems with other companies, such as Paxum and Payoneer FirstChoice Pay. Due to the freezing of funds by Choice Bank, these payment systems […]

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#PapaJohns : Eighteen year old #domain typo lost in #UDRP

PapaJohn’s pizza has seen better days, but even in 2000 it was extremely popular in the US. That’s when the typo domain, PapJohns.com, was registered, and for the next 18 years it kept on serving  – millions of ads, that is. We can only imagine the revenue it generated, particularly in zero click redirects, but […]

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Wasnt .com : #Domain name sold at #Sedo for low four figures

What’s the point of documenting the sale of a domain name that wasn’t a .com, you might ask. But wait, that’s not what this article is all about. In this case, a Sedo auction featuring the domain name Wasnt.com ended with a winner yesterday. Registered all the way back in 1999, the single word .com […]

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Book of faces : This #domain can’t be touched by Mark Zuckerberg

For the past two days, Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, is talking to politicians – many of which appear to be technologically inept – about his company. Facebook has been rushing to fix the gaping holes left behind by Cambridge Analytica and other rogue operators in the data mining field. Social media thrive on a very […]

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