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EnglishDotCom may be the best domain strategy for Chinese startups

Chinese startups today are blessed. They are riding two tidal waves which can quickly propel them to the global arena, but going global requires a careful consideration of the domain strategy. What are the two tidal waves? The first one is the “One Belt One Road” initiative started in 2013 to connect China to the […]

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Trending keywords in May 2019 include Mushrooms, Coupons and Apple

Verisign reported their trending keywords for May. .Com was about coupons and mushrooms. .Net dealt with abuse, apple and phone. Mushrooms have been getting a lot of press lately, as a potential replacement to antidepressants. https://futurism.com/the-byte/magic-mushrooms-replace-antidepressants   .COM .NET coupons abuse coupon apple finest child biochar phone mushroom account trial boy shroom pain pods thai […]

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Your best bet for liquidity probably still lies with auctions

As the discussion about the Uniregistry liquidity program rages on at Namepros.  Some interesting points have been brought up both in that thread and offline. Offline a friend asked me why anyone would want to allow the cherry picking type transaction? Elliot Silver shared some great info on his blog and even more in the […]

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BrandBucket April sales data

BrandBucket sent out their May newsletter and released sales data for April. Removing sales over $10k, the average sale amount was $2,881.  In March the average sale was $2,793. A total of 59 different sellers sold a name this month, an increase of 5 over March. A new feature this month “Average Listing Time” The […]

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