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What is a fair sales commission rate?

I am sure just about everyone is familiar with the sales commission changes coming across all GoDaddy properties, (GoDaddy.com, Afternic, DAN.com and Uniregistry). For those not familiar, To simplify commissions, effective Feb. 1, 2023, each marketplac...
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What a difference a decade makes for PartyPooper.com

Back in 2013 PartyPooper.com went for just $305 at NameJet. What a difference a decade makes. The domain name expired and closed at GoDaddy auctions on Wednesday at $5,877. There is a developed website at Party-Pooper.com a Utah based waste management company. No activity on the domain name according to Archive.org. Only 5 backlinks according […]

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Pharmacia.com left to drop by Pfizer closes at $18k

Pharmacia was a Swedish pharma and biotech company that merged with Upjohn back in the mid nineties. According to Wikipedia, The company is named after the Greek word φαρμακεία, transliterated pharmakeia, which means ‘sorcery’. In 2002 Pfizer bought Pharmacia for $60 billion. The domain name Pharmacia.com was finally left to drop and the name closed […]

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Sedo weekly domain name sales led by Normal.es

Sedo released their weekly domain name sales and Normal.es led the way at $65,000. Ameriabank.com was second at $35,000 and CoinStation.com was third at $29,330. You look at the list and you see some great prices for names that most would consider a ha...
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GetRoman.com or Ro.co?

I have written about Roman before, the digital health clinic for men. For years they have been advertising on television using GetRoman.com, they do own Roman.co but it forwarded to GetRoman.com. Roman.com is a developed website with the company runnin...
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Braden Pollock sells StoneAge.com for $120,200

Braden Pollock cranked another one out of the park with a $120,200 sale of StoneAge.com. Registered in 1995 with one prior drop. According to DotDB.com StoneAge is registered in 104 extensions. StoneAge.net redirects to CarnegieStone.com. The ...
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An analysis of European online shops and their domain names

Simone over at InternetX.com (an advertiser here) took a deep dive into the European ecommerce market. Analyzing domain choices around the continent. The importance of domains for online shops Domain names play a crucial role in creating and developing online businesses. First, from a technical point of view, they allow you to “reach” the shop […]

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