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The problem with price hikes on legacy TLDs

It should not be a goal to align legacy TLD policies with new TLD policies. ICANN dropped a bombshell yesterday: it’s planning to remove all price controls on .org and .info domain names. The organization justified this move by saying: This change will not only allow the [.org/info] renewal agreement to better conform with the […]

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Domain pricing game: Acquisition middlemen still going strong in 2017

Domain acquisition services, operating behind the scenes on behalf of usually well-off buyers, continue to game the domain market. Even when there is no trademark associated with particular domains, those middlemen attempt to acquire them at the lowest possible cost, putting pressure on the domain owners. This is how they secure bonuses, and although not […]
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