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Google shifts 400,000 .site domains

Google has given away what is believed to be roughly 400,000 subdomains in Radix’s .site gTLD as part of a small business web site service. Since its launch a couple of months ago, the Google My Business web site builder offering has been offering small businesses a free one-page site with a free third-level domain […]

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EFF recommends against new gTLDs

The Electronic Frontier Foundation has recommended that domain registrants concerned about intellectual property “bullies” steer clear of new gTLDs. The view is expressed in a new EFF report today that is particularly critical of policies in place at new gTLD portfolio registries Donuts and Radix. The report (pdf) also expresses strong support for .onion, the […]

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Radix’s domains and the Startup League RISE in Hong Kong

The Startup League sponsored 11 startups on Radix TLDs to exhibit at the RISE Conference 24th July 2017, Hong Kong. Startup League, a unique startup-support program by Radix, offered to give 5 free booths to select startups at the RISE Conference in Hong Kong, held from 11th to 13th July. In addition to this, the […]

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Great premium domain data from Radix

How are premium domains doing for registries and registrars? Here’s some insight. Radix just released some data on its premium domain sales in new top level domains for the first half of the year, and it paints a decent picture of how premium domains are doing for both registries and registrars. From January to June […]

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Winner of Wix’s SEO Hero challenge explains strategy

Walid Gabteni explains how he was able to win the Wix SEO Here Challenge. I am not an expert when it comes to SEO, I know a little but I do know $50,000 is a sweet prize. The strategy that made me the global winner of Wix SEO Hero Challenge Last year in November, Wix, […]

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Experts agree, nTLDs are as good as any other TLDs for SEO rankings

Sponsored by Radix   Choosing a domain name is one the most complex processes when building a website, especially for a business. The domain name you choose will have a lasting impact on a business’s branding, marketing and online presence. Today, you have the option of choosing from over 1200 new domain extensions based on […]

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Radix scores with Casino.online selling for $201,250

Radix knocked one out of the park with the sale of Casino.online for $201,250. The domain was reserved by the registry and did not result in a big windfall for a domain investor. Currently the domain resolves to a holding page at Safenames. CasinoOnline.com has been registered since 1996. The domain is developed as a […]

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Editorial : ICANN and the future of the new gTLDs

Welcome to the March Editorial. Uniregistry’s announcement of a price increase plan, affecting 15 of its 25 commercial gTLDs, created a wave of discussions on a variety of media. The key question was the price increase, and whether it’s ethical, or merely a demonstration of corporate greed. The affected gTLDs are, for the most part, […]

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Radix “We have no immediate plans to increase our wholesale prices.”

With all the discussion about price increases at Uniregistry on certain new gtld strings, I reached out to a sponsor here at TheDomains, Radix. I wanted them to let our readers know what their plans were as far as potential price increases. Sandeep Ramchandani, Vice President and Business Head at Radix had this to say: […]

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Radix to “rent” some premium domains by the month through Undeveloped

Undeveloped tests domain leasing offering. New top level domain name company Radix has teamed up with domain marketplace Undeveloped to sell some of its premium domain inventory by the month. Called “Domain Rental Market”, some of the domains Radix reserved from registration are now available to rent by the month. It’s a lot cheaper than […]

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