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Squadhelp.com announces White Label Domain Marketplace, A New Game-Changing Offering For Domain Sellers

Squadhelp is introducing a white label solution that looks pretty cool at first glance. Setting up the Marketplace takes less than 10 minutes, and it comes pre-configured with powerful features such as Instant Search technology, AI based Domain Recommendations and modern, beautiful landing pages that are optimized for conversion. The entire Marketplace is custom branded: […]

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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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Verisign DNIB Q1 2020 (Registrations up 1.2% compared to Q4 2019)

Verisign released their Domain Name Industry Brief for Q1 2020. From the looks of the report it was a good quarter for new gtlds. An increase of 3 million registrations over Q4 2019. NEW GTLD DETAIL Total new gTLDs (ngTLDs) domain name registrations were 32.3 million at the end of the first quarter of 2020, […]

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Google Meet is now free for all, but someone paid $1,950 for the .com and now comes the UDRP

Last week when you logged into your Gmail account you probably noticed you now have Meet in your lefthand sidebar. Google released Meet for free to everyone earlier this month. The Zoom rival was announced in a blog post on the Google blog. From the article: Google Meet, originally built for secure business meetings, to […]

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