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Web.com has strong month for aftermarket domain sales

The company’s auction services had a great end to the year. Here’s what sold. Web.com’s aftermarket platforms NameJet and SnapNames combined to deliver 128 sales of $2,000 or more last month. That totaled over $700,000, making it a strong month for higher-dollar sales on the platforms. The platforms sold 33% more $2k+ domains in December […]

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Someone is losing Sleep.net

Domains drop for a number of reasons and Sleep.net is one of them, once an aged domain before it expired and plunged into 2020 new registrations territory. Why did Sleep.net drop after being held for 23 years by the same registrant? We can blame Covid-...
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Google discusses using expired domains for backlinks and SEO

The company doesn’t want people to game the system but doesn’t want to wrongly penalize a domain, either. When you see an expired domain auction for a crappy domain reaching stratospheric levels, you can be that people are bidding on it because it used to have an active website. They acquire the domain name to […]

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Sav’s no-fee domain backorder service comes out of beta

Domain name registrar only charges customers the registration cost for dropping domains. Domain name registrar Sav has taken the beta label off of its domain name backordering service. Sav doesn’t charge anything to place backorders and doesn’t charge an extra fee when domains are caught. Customers pay only the typical registration fee, assuming they are […]

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You can still pick up Pinyin domains from the drops

Good quality Pinyin domains drop every day. I thought most meaningful Pinyin are already owned by Chinese investors because there are over 900 million internet citizens and a large pool of investors in China. These Chinese domain investors even triggered the global domain boom in 2015/2016. Therefore, it amazes me to see Pinyin domains dropping […]

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