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Grab the popcorn

Sometimes you just grab some Sit back and just watch a thread become entertainment. Domains wanted thread started out like: Collecting 2 letter .com domains Can pm me   Only .com domains do not send anything   Budget 100$ to 999$ depends on...
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BrandBucket rant apparently brings about a change

Namepros member JudgeMind posted what he called a rant with regards to brandable domain marketplace, BrandBucket. The thread that goes on for 4 pages shows some of the difficulties that arise when people who are employees compete against their own customers. For those who don’t know, sellers pay a $10 listing fee if their name […]
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Trending keywords for May no surprise in Fidget, Crypto and Coin.

Verisign released their trending keywords for May and coin, fidget and crypto topped the list in .com. No surprise with the run up in cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum. Fidget has to do with fidget spinners, my Nieces have driven my Sister crazy over these things. The 7-11 around the corner was selling out within […]
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Are more domainers a good or bad thing?

Interesting question posed today on Namepros that brought me back to a conversation from last week. Last week a long time domainer who I had not spoken to or texted with in months, texted, “There are just too many people in this business.” I replied, I think there are more coming, he replied back with […]
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Future of .com from historical perspective

If domain name is real estate in the digital world, then .com is the business district: expensive and hard to acquire. Even though .com is a vital asset, many people still do not understand it nor do they even know its meaning. In the 2014 Digital Marketing and gTLD Strategy Congress, domain pioneer Monte Cahn […]
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Disappointment in the current state of domaining

Are you disappointed with the state of domaining ? There is a member on Namepros that posted the following: Hi All, I just had this thing on my mind and feel I had to rant. There are so many domainers out here who have grossly overvalued their domains. They are very highly unlikely to sell […]
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