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April 9, 2020 04:56

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Rightside Adds Short New gTLD’s With Normal Renewals To ROTD/Namescon Auction

Rightside® (Nasdaq:NAME), today announced that it will be participating in the domain name auction as part of the Namescon conference that will be held next Monday, January 11th at 2PM EST. All domain names carry a normal renewal fee for the relevant extension, None carry a premium renewal fee. In keeping with the recent […]

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.Services domain name up to 4,600 and .Pub 1,300 after one day

.Services runs out of the gate, .pub is toast-worthy. Two new top level domain names launched yesterday and both had fairly good days. Donuts launched .services, its only domain name to come out of the Early Access phase this week. It added roughly 4,000 domain names on the first day to hit 4,584. The domain […]

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This week in new TLDs: .Pub, .Christmas and more

Frank Schilling tries to put you in the holiday spirit and Rightside raises its glass. You know what amazes me? One of the .brand TLDs to “go live” this week, .中信 and .citic, has a better information page than some of the other new TLDs launching. But readers probably aren’t interested in .brand domain names […]

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Drink Up To Happy Hour Pricing at dot PUB

Whatever the hour you belly up to the bar for your first  investment-grade dot PUB, it will be a happy hour, indeed. Rightside is kicking-off land rush for .PUB  this week with a pre-reg strategy that might raise industry eyebrows – with no premium domains. That means standard pour pricing will apply for the highest-valued “top-shelf” .PUB domains.  […]

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Rightside releases Premium Domains at reg fee for .Pub

Thousands of domains that would normally carry a premium are being offered at registration fee. Rightside, backer of an increasingly large pool of new TLDs, is trying something different with its upcoming launch of .Pub. The company’s previous new TLD launches have included reserved domains (called Platinum) and premium domains. The premium domains were sold […]

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