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BuyDomains hits a 10 bagger and The Frog throws $6,000 down the pond

A couple days ago I wrote about someone basically wasting $20,000 on TripleCherry.com that name was purchased 3 years ago. On Sunday a domain name that was purchased less than a year ago was allowed to expire, wasting $6,000 in the process. LAGRENOUILLE.com (in French it means The Frog) was sold for $6,000 last September. […]

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If you are going to “Own your future” you might want to own your domain name

So Flippa like NamesCon is putting on a Virtual conference. The title is “Own Your Future Live” This will be nowhere as extensive or as long as NamesCon 360°. But it is a free event with some interesting and worthwhile speakers. Noah Kagan is certainly worth paying attention to, Kagan has had a lot of […]

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Study – The majority of Large Companies Are Vulnerable to a basic domain hack

There was an article published on Inc. that delved into a recent study examining why so many companies can’t defend again domain hacking. From the article: The study, released earlier this month by international business firm CSC, found that 83 percent of organizations surveyed haven’t implemented baseline security measures like domain name registry locks, which […]

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How can they take that or do this? The answer is usually in the TOS

Many years ago I remember helping a .tv investor Fleaking on Namepros. Trying to figure out how Verisign could take a .tv from him that he acquired by trading a .biz domain to the original registrant? The answer is always in the Terms and Conditions. So earlier tonight on TheDomains. I wrote about our advertising […]

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