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Schilling expects GoDaddy to return after dumping Uniregistry gTLDs

Uniregistry CEO Frank Schilling has expressed his “surprise” that GoDaddy has decided to stop selling his company’s gTLDs, but said he expects the registrar to return in future. GoDaddy’s decision to stop new registrations and inbound transfers for Uniregistry’s portfolio of gTLDs came after the registry revealed price increases for 16 strings that ranged from […]

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Schilling: big price increases needed to keep new gTLDs alive

Uniregistry is to massively increase the price of some of its under-performing new gTLDs in an effort to keep them afloat. Sixteen TLDs from the company’s portfolio of 27 will see price increases of up to 3,000% starting September 8, CEO Frank Schilling confirmed to DI today. “We need more revenue from these strings, especially […]

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Five Tattoo Studios Developing on the .Tattoo Domain Extension

We previously took a look at tattoo shops in six different countries which were utilizing the .Tattoo domain extension, and this week we’re back with five more, from five new countries. Screenshots are linked, if you would like to check them out for yourselves. Primal.Tattoo – Based in Alicante, Spain   HardLuck.Tattoo – Based in […]

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Six Tattoo Shops in Six Countries Using .Tattoo Domains

This week we’re taking a look at a few examples of end users who have migrated over to their new .Tattoo domain names. Specifically, it’s six different tattoo shops residing in six different countries. Screenshots are linked if you’d like to check them out for yourselves. PaintKillers.Tattoo, based in Saint Petersburg, Russia BigBadWolf.Tattoo, based in […]

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Uniregistry Put Premium New gTLD’s Domains In Auction @ No Reserve

Frank Schilling’s Uniregistry has put many premium new gTLD’s, at no reserve, in the RightoftheDot.com domain name auction at Namescon. Unlike many new gTLD’s, all of these domain names have normal renewal fees. None of these domain names have been offered to the pubic before and include single letter and numbered domains like 8.Link,  e.gift, […]

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New gTLD Development: Mon.tattoo, SMAB.audio, KnockKnock.lol

Round three of the weekly new gTLD development series, with this week’s sites ranging from a start-up business, to a humor site that isn’t being monetized. The screenshots below are linked to the websites, if you’d like to check them out for yourselves. Mon.tattoo If given the choice, which domain would you prefer: a .net, […]

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Seeking Arrangement (.Com) Is The Best Of A Crop Of "Sugar Babies" Domains

If you missed CNN’s expose on Dating Sites (How to find a sugar daddy) catch it here PLUS: Could You Be Losing 70 Percent of Search Traffic?; LinkedIn’s Resume Builder Makes a Resume From Your Profile; Looking for Your Competitive Advantage? Make a Complex Process Easy; That inking feeling?: London plays host to tattoo convention (should/will […]

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A Solid Prospect for .Tattoo; 23-Year Old Crowd Funds $13 Million For Just An Idea

PLUS: 7 Ways to Write Better Headlines; Microsoft Has Nearly $93 Billion In Overseas Cash, And It’s Reduced Its Tax Bill By Almost $30 Billion (MSFT); Amazon Preps a Challenge to Google’s Ad Business; Top 10 Reasons Websites Get Penalized by Google Search Engine; Marketers: Don’t Let Your Brand End Up on Sleazy PPC Websites […]

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The Boring Trait Google Looks For in Its Leaders; Do ‘Hot’ People Make Better Employees?

PLUS: As much as I was flattered by the counter offer,… Congress takes action on two new bills on Internet: Nordstrom links Instagram; Is Your Team Yelling Enough? 3  Hats You Never Dreamed You’d Wear as a Web Writer; 10 Experts On How To Launch A Successful Blog;  TubeMogul IPO  Fail and… Vin won’t get […]

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Bentley (.Tattoo)

He’s always riding in style. Police in Florida say that Derek Denesevich, a 26-year-old with a Bentley tattoo jotted across his forehead, stole dozens of people’s personal information, in a scheme to file tax returns and receive refunds from the IRS, according to the Broward/Palm Beach New Times. Denesevich, whose face also features a star and […]

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