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As pricey .new launches, Google reveals first set of big-name users including rapper Drake

Google Registry has opened up its .new gTLD for registration for the first time, but whether you get to buy one or not will depend on a team of Google judges. The company opened up its “Limited Registration Period” on Monday, and it doing so revealed a bunch of early-adopter registrants including eBay, Bitly, Spotify, […]

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#Bodis will now display Google “blocked” status code for parked #domains

Bodis, a kind sponsor of DomainGang, announced a PPC industry first as far as domain status codes are concerned. Google, the primary ad feed provider for many pay per click providers, often blocks domains, that once parked, end up displaying no ads. Bodis will now display the “blocked” status, instead of leaving these domain names […]

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How Google Sabotaged Hotels (.com) and Other Exact Match Domain Names

Today: Is Hyundai’s Solar Charging Roof Better Than A Coal-Fired Tesla? Plus, Amazon Go, Cashierless Supermarkets, Democracy (.com),  Mark Cuban Buys Democracy.com The billionaire said he bought the  domain name this month “to make sure someone didn’t do something crazy with it.” Amazon Is Planning to Open Cashierless Supermarkets Next Year The technology powering

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27 Google Search Statistics you might find interesting

Conor Bond published a piece on Google that is worth reading and bookmarking. A thorough look at several Google statistics. Things like a breakdown of Google search queries by length. From the article the first 10: General Google Search Statistics 3.5 billion Google searches are made every day. (Internet Live Stats) The volume of Google […]

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Google wants to analyze your health records

Google wants to analyze your health records Project Nightingale is a collaboration between Google and Ascension and it will give Google access to personal health data. The Next Web covered the story: Interestingly, the partnership was mentioned in Google’s July earnings call, but it came under scrutiny only on Monday after the Wall Street Journal […]

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.Com Winners & Losers: Dynadot surges

Dynadot returned to the top 10; Chinese registrar Chengdu West plummets. ICANN has published the latest official data from Verisign (NASDAQ: VRSN) about the .com namespace. This registrar-by-registrar report covers July 2019. There was a shakeup in the top ten registrars for monthly .com volume. Chengdu West fell out of the top 10. Dynadot surged […]

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Got a slow website? Google might start giving you a badge of shame

Google just continues to want to show the world that when it comes to the Internet, “We run this bitch!” In a blog post on the Chromium blog Monday they posted that they are looking at ways to warn users about your slow website. Not a site containing malware or any other security risk, it’s […]

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Got a slow website? Google might start giving you a badge of shame

Google just continues to want to show the world that when it comes to the Internet, “We run this bitch!” In a blog post on the Chromium blog Monday they posted that they are looking at ways to warn users about your slow website. Not a site containing malware or any other security risk, it’s […]

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Here’s What to Do Now With Crushed Marijuana Stocks

Today: Apple, iPhone, LinkedIn, Bitcoin Mining, Google, Being Alone, SMS Malware Researchers unearth malware that siphoned SMS texts out of telco’s network Apple is laying the groundwork for an iPhone subscription Marijuana Stocks Have Gotten Crushed. Here’s What to Do With Them Now. Why You Should Reject LinkedIn Connection Requests Do you accept

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Over 50% of searches on Google result in zero clicks

A report by Rand Fishkin was published yesterday that now 50% of Google searches end without a click, or what’s known as Zero click searches. A zero–click search results in the answer being displayed directly at the top of a Google search result. The person initiating the search gets their answer and does not need […]

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