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Reshaping The Future Of The Internet: Welcome To The World Dot Neustar

I wanted to share some exciting news about the revamp of the Neustar global website that embraces their .neustar brand TLD. All of Neustar’s digital assets will now utilize the new ‘.neustar’ TLD to increase the effectiveness and stickiness of online and offline communications. Their homepage resolves to home.neustar and each of Neustar’s solution areas can also be found on […]

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Thermalabs Tent World Brand Launches Tent.world Informational Domain

Tent World has launched a new website domain that it will use to share pro information regarding beach and sports tents. January 6, 2017 (FPRC) — Tent World today launched Tent.world, a new informational website domain that it intends to use for sharing premium tent-related information with users around the world. This is the first […]

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Internet Crook, Using a Deceptive Domain Name, Masquerades as Donald Trump Online to Siphon Millions In Contributions

Domain name at the center of deception. Meet the man siphoning money from Donald Trump’s namesake domain. Says Mike Mann: “Internet crooks, using the almost-endless number of new web addresses, have used them to masquerade as legitimate companies in order to defraud idle browsers and steal their details. These impersonators have also been able to […]

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Rick Schwartz drops “worst” domain

There’s nothing wrong with speculative gTLD domain registrations, in a market that still tries to prove itself. Domain investor, Rick Schwartz, has been a supporter of meaningful gTLD domains, that is, domains that the keyword + gTLD form a pair. In the past we’ve seen the Domain King (R) register such gems as Take.Vacations, and […]

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Robots Coming For White Collar Jobs; The Economist: What’s in a company’s name?

Buffet’s $$ Billion new position in Apple; Dot Brand – Is Financial Industry Really Leading the Pack?; Does Anger Have a Role in the Workplace? Tech Startups Come Up With Some Creative Definitions for ‘Profitable’; 6 Kinds of Disasters Most Businesses Don’t Foresee; Google ‘Could Face Record $3.4 Billion’ Antitrust Fine; Amazon is about to launch […]

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Domain Registration on Record Pace? Over 750K Added Yesterday Alone

Registrations of domain names seem to be going on at a record pace. Yesterday saw the number of domain registrations across all Top Level Domain (TLD) names have a net add of over 750,000 domains according to registrarstats.com “Net Add” mean its the amount of domains registered less the number of domain names deleted. The […]

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New gTLD Add Over 1 Million Domain Registrations in Just Last 5 Days

According to ntldstats.com, the number of new gTLD’s domain registrations grew by 1.1 million domains, in just the last 5 days. In terms of percentage of increase, the 1.1 million increase in new gTLD domain names, is close to a 9% increase in just 5 days. On February 13th, there were a total of 12,675,000 […]

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.XYZ Says They Just “Blew Past” 2 Million Domain Registrations

Daniel Negari the CEO of the .XYZ registry just sent me over a note that the new gTLD .XYZ has “blew past 2 Million domain name registrations”. According to ntldstats.com .XYZ was sitting at 1,967,963 domain registrations as of the last zone update, however there has been a huge surge in 6 number .XYZ domain […]

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New gTLD Registries : Do they own the matching Twitter account?

Twitter is an important medium for domain companies to engage with their customers. The launch of several hundred new gTLDs is making the domain name space rather crowded, and there is more competition than ever. While Twitter’s policy forbids the resale of Twitter accounts, many such transactions occur “under the hood.” How many new gTLD […]

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Tuesday’s New gTLD Spotlight: Design.Vegas

I know, I know I was supposed to post this on Tuesday. I had a long day at the office yesterday, so I figured I would post it now. Bruce […]

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