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Hyphen trips up people looking for Miami-Dade Clerk website

A missing hyphen led drivers to a website promoting Trump memorabilia. The Washington Post wrote this morning about how a missing hyphen has led to complaints in Miami. Police in Miami Beach gave flyers to ticketed drivers that included a URL for a Miami-Dade website where they could handle their tickets. One instance on the […]

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L vs. I in domain names

It’s easily confused. There was a bit of a ruckus yesterday over a typo. NameJet promoted Investor.com for sale, but it turns out the domain was actually Lnvestor.com with an L. As you can see, the font NameJet uses makes a lowercase L look a lot like an uppercase I. Before I throw stones, I […]

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AirBBN.com : Short term rental traffic typo lost in UDRP

House rental services provider, AirBNB, is protective of its brand, and challenged the domain AirBBN.com – an anagram or typo – via the UDRP process. Airbnb, Inc. filed the UDRP at the National Arbitration Forum, seeking to acquire control of the domain. The AIRBNB mark was filed on Apr. 27, 2010 with the USPTO, and […]

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