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August 19, 2018 17:44

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How domaining changed my life

Today: What I have learned in the past 15 years of domain investing / Biggest Regret: Domain You Let Drop/Expire / How to backorder a .org domain / And more! Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today: Outbound domain email subject line tips – If you haven’t been […]

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Need .com, net and org domains

Today: Buying CVCV.com domains / Got an offer for $200 – Should I take it? / Naihc.org sold for $13,503 / And more! Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today: ETHX.com – There is a liquid value when it comes to four letter .com’s, however, the value varies depending […]

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Forced traffic versus organic traffic to a domain

Today: Sell or Not to Sell – Legal/Moral Dilemma? / Report.org Sold for $8,500 / Showcase and discuss 3-word domain names / And more! Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today: 3P.tv sold for $1,000! – A nice four digit .tv ccTLD sale to keep your blood pumping. .tv […]

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Cute abruptly quits PIR

Brian Cute unexpectedly resigned as CEO of Public Interest Registry late last week. No reason was given for his departure. In a May 10 press release, the .org registry said that he’d left May 7. He’s been replaced temporarily by board member Jay Daley until a permanent replacement can be found. I asked a PIR […]

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Buying One Word (Dot) COM’s

Today: Budget: $10k – I’m looking for a shopping/price comparison domain / looking for the best .in or co.in-one word (not two-word domain) / “Coin” domain name needed / And more! Here are the new domain discussions and domain news. MoneyRaid.com – Would MoneyRaid.com fit in a niche about the justice system raiding property for counterfeit […]

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Buyer agrees to a $5000 purchase price – Here’s what happened next!

Today: Ideas on how to develop a domain name / I’m investing in a one-word .fi domain suitable for a digital marketing services company / Buying a lot of hand reg Casino domains / And more! Here are the new domain discussions and domain news. Frame.works – Are new gTLD domains like Frame.works worth anything in […]

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Hy.org – a very nice tribute by Rick Schwartz

While doing some research on LL.org names I came across Hy.org. The domain is actually owned by Rick Schwartz and is a digital tribute to his Father, Hy. Rick put the site up 18 years ago this July 7th. Rick bought the name for $400 on Ebay. Very cool on Rick’s part using a 5 […]

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PIR promotes two senior execs

Public Interest Registry has promoted two people in its senior finance team. Marc Saitta, previously chief financial officer, is now chief operating officer, a position that appears to have been empty for a few years. Saitta joined PIR as CFO in 2014. Kathy King, who was senior director of finance and accounting, is now vice […]

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Now the DNA backpedals on “Copyright UDRP”

The Domain Name Association has distanced itself from the Copyright ADRP, a key component of its Healthy Domains Initiative, after controversy. The anti-piracy measure would have given copyright owners a process to seize or suspend domain names being used for massive-scale piracy, but it appears now to have been indefinitely shelved. The DNA said late […]

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PIR slams brakes on “UDRP for copyright”

Public Interest Registry has “paused” its plan to allow copyright owners to seize .org domains used for piracy. In a statement last night, PIR said the plans were being shelved in response to publicly expressed concerns. The Systemic Copyright Infringement Alternative Dispute Resolution Policy was an in-house development, but had made its way into the […]

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