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Throwback Thursday – One Commenter’s Cogent Corrective To A Blogger’s ‘Cybersquatter’ Rant

While cleaning out an inbox the other day I somehow came across a link to a blog post from four years ago, titled, Domain-squatter parasites not interested in haggling, apparently. As you might have guessed already, the author relates the story of how he woke up one day deciding he’d like to own a particular […]
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The Yin to the Yang of Domain Sales

Although it isn’t a regular column to this blog, consider this my weekend musings, if you will.  The following are some thoughts I was having a moment ago while giving my head and beard a quick trim for the coming week. Several days ago I caught a post on Abdul Basit’s blog, New Year Starts […]
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Moniker Exiting the Drop Game?

One of the company’s drop-catching proxy registrars SantiamDomains recently (and quietly) changed hands and is now under Web.com’s ownership. This article is purely speculative, but it’s based on something that I learned today while troubleshooting some domain administration issues. A domain that I had caught at Snapnames back in March of 2014 is coming up […]
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The 5 P’s of Domain Name Valuation Patented by GoDaddy

Website Magazine recently shared that GoDaddy, the world’s most popular domain name registar, has been granted two patents by the USPTO. One very interesting patent is for appraising domain names using a unique system and algorithm. The other is for a method of spinning (generating related domains) using similar data. Many of the metrics will be familiar […]

The 5 P’s of Domain Name Valuation Patented by GoDaddy DotSauce Magazine

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