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Las extensiones musicales de la red: .audio

Blog Dominios Blog Dominios: Llega al mercado la extensión ideal a la hora de mostrar al mundo los trabajo musicales. Hablamos del dominio .audio, ideal para aquellos productores musicales que deseen dar a conocer el trabajo de sus artistas. Bien para profesionales del sonido de alta calidad, o quizás para los amantes de la música que lo único que desean es subir a la red cualquier contenido relacionado con los audios. No hay que dudar en adelantarse a los competidores y registrar este potente dominio que va a hacer destacar sobre el resto o bien diferenciarse al comenzar un nuevo proyecto web. Desde el punto de vista técnico, la extensión no es diferente al resto: soporta caracteres IDN y servicio de Whois Privado. No precisa de elementos específicos técnicos para su registro y no toma como referencia la residencia. No hay que perder la ocasión de contar con una extensión que se adapte al proyecto web y que cubra las necesidades de cualquier espacio virtual en la red.

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Why Every Business Should Prioritize Domain Consolidation

WebNamesCa WebNamesCa: If you have more than one domain name, you are probably familiar with the headache of tracking where each domain name is, who it’s registered under, what contact info is being used and when they are going to expire.
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2 out of 4 exact-match 4th of July .COMs are developed

Morgan Linton Morgan Linton: I’m always curious to see what happens to exact-match .COM domain names targeting holidays so I thought I’d do a quick search to see what was happening on the following domains: 4thOfJuly.com July4th.com FourthOfJuly.com JulyFourth.com Out of these four domains two are developed into sites, one selling 4th of July related merchandise, and the other […]

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It’s time for your half-year checkup

Domain Name Wire Domain Name Wire: This is a great week to assess your business. I like to base my year around date milestones, and the Fourth of July holiday in the U.S. is a good one. It is basically the mid-point of the year. It’s also a slow week, affording me more time to spend on administrative tasks. Here are […]
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Update on Top 10 Sales from a Year Ago: Selfies.com, StopTheHate.org, IFM.org, More

Domain Shane Domain Shane: Listed below are updates on the top ten domain sales from a year ago, as ranked by DN Journal.
1. NDW.com sold for $47,000
The domain is owned by an individual in China, and the parked/for-sale page is shown below.

2. Selfies.com sold for $39,088
The site is password protected, and owned by “Media Partisans GmbH” of Germany. The company describes itself as “one of the fastest growing media companies in the world. It is our mission to connect the world through stories. We do so by producing only the most relevant and unusual content for an international audience. Every single story and video we produce reaches millions of people.” They state that their network of sites has over 70 million visitors per month.
3. OYY.com sold for $34,999
No site resolves, and it’s owned by an individual in China.
4. NFR.com sold for $33,600
The for sale page is shown below, and it’s owned by an individual in China.

5. Codedelaroute.com sold for $26,640
Domain is parked.
6. Sesamo.com sold for $24,975
The Spanish-language domain was picked up by the people behind Sesame Street, and the site has an Alexa rank near 850,000. “Sesame Workshop is the nonprofit educational organization behind Sesame Street and so much more. Our mission is to help kids everywhere grow smarter, stronger, and kinder—and we’re at work in more than 150 countries, using the power of media and our beloved Muppets to meet children’s development needs with critical early education, social impact programs, and a large dose of fun!”

7. StopTheHate.org sold for $24,888
The domain redirects to StopTheHate.hrc.org, where HRC stands for Human Rights Campaign. “It’s time we put a stop to hate violence. Join us and show the world that love conquers hate.” It’s a very different approach than Hatred.com.

8. TV-Links.co.uk sold for $18,420
This one must have had a bunch of links, as it’s the traffic leader for the week with its Alexa rank near 750,000, but it only has a ‘coming soon’ lander.
9. TechTemple.com sold for $16,000
No site resolves.
10. IFM.org sold for $15,000
The domain is an abbreviation for Institute for Functional Medicine, which used to have its home at FunctionalMedicine.org. “FM believes health and vitality are essential to the human spirit. We work to advance the highest expression of individual health by advocating Functional Medicine as the standard of care.”

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NameSummit Goes to New York in August

DomainPulse.com: The NameSummit 2017 conference will be held in New York City this August with the aim of igniting conversations about branding in a digital world. The event brings together the... The post NameSummit Goes to New York in August appeare...
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Thick domain name whois is getting closer

OnlineDomain.com OnlineDomain.com: The transition from Thin to Thick WHOIS for the .com, .net and .jobs extensions is coming soon and quite a few progress has been done. The registry operator for .COM and .NET, Verisign, met the 1 May deadline to deploy the Operational Testing & Evaluation (OT&E) environment for registrars to test the migration of Thick …
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Domain Shane Domain Shane:
Happy Independence day to those of you that celebrate America’s declaration to King George. If you don’t celebrate American independence, well then Happy 4th of July! Nothing wrong with being happy about July the 4th. 
Several months ago we talked about names that non profits owned and let expire for one reason or another. I suggested that it is reasonable to sell the name back to that organization for a small fee that covers your time and effort.
Just to be clear, I said it was reasonable, not that you have to do it, we’re not judging you if you don’t. With that said, I think it helps the overall image of the domain industry when we are willing to work with people that aren’t as savvy as domain investors when it comes to the domain life cycle.
You could argue that the domain life cycle is convoluted and inconsistent and that showing grace to someone not familiar with said cycle, betters the general population’s opinion of “Squatters”.
For example, you investigate the domain life cycle before buying your name and find that you have several chances to save your domain should it expire. You’ll read that the name will go into a period of auto renew grace determined by the registrars fine print. Then you’ll be more confident with your domain purchase because you’ll have read that even after this grace period your name will go into a state called the redemption period, where you can pay an additional fee to get the name back.
This isn’t a judgment on the expired auction system that most registrars have in place, but simply to point out that it can be confusing for people, who have read about the “safeguard” ICANN put in place called “redemption”, later to find that their domain never made it to that safeguard and was sold in an auction.
My point in rehashing this old topic: A month or two ago I was approached by an individual through a whois lookup about the domain KidFest.us . The person identified himself as the previous owner, and said that he had run a site about an event for children. He stated that he had unintentionally let the domain expire and wondered if he could get it back.  I said “sure, no problem”. I didn’t just give it back to him, I offered him the name for $50 to cover my time and effort and he happily accepted the deal. A few weeks later he sent me a link to the newly constructed site.
So in summary, there is value in being  part of something bigger than yourself; something that fills a need, accomplishes a goal, or helps someone with something.  You don’t have to be a martyr and give it away, sometimes it just feels good to be reasonable.
No Bid names of the day:
CaffeCanna.com  Caffe alternate word for “cafe”, or coffee  in Italian. Enjoy a hot beverage while smoking a blunt.
InvestInCanna.com Since we’re on the topic. A name to find cannabis startups seeking funding.
Main List       NameJet          Flippa/Sedo   
LLLL.com’s       LLL, CCC, 5L       Other LLLL’s
Short Brandables         Numbers       One Worders    Vape, Vegan, VR
Snap Names/Dropcatch         NamePros        Godaddy Value BIN
Available For Reg Fee
Main List
The No Bid List
AdoptPaws.com  A pet adoption agency. You won’t sell it for much, but the name works
AngryX.com  Angry + an X for a cheaper than one word option, or A site about your angry Ex
AwesomeIntern.com  Clinton had some awesome interns
ChordProfessor.com  A music learning tool
CloudHealer.com  An online Dr service, or virtual medical advice
DayProfit.com  An income blog or business help site
DefendHelp.com  Legal maybe? No the best name, but shorter than defense and not confused with defence
DrDiagnose.com  Get a quick diagnosis from a real Doctor
ElegantSky.com  Makes me think of a travel destination with beautiful scenery
Etruster.com  Electronic trust, A site that validates something or certifies it as safe and virus free
EvilAct.com  not very positive, but evil acts happen everyday
EzTreatment.com  Could be used as a marketing name or brand for thousands of products, Hair, lawn, skin, etc.
FightCritic.com  A boxing blog
FlushColon.com  Clean out the remains of the processed food you ate
FunExploration.com  an adventure name, or a kids site that makes learning fun
GoProclaim.com  Tell someone something
Herbility.com  The ability to grow herbs
IncomeUnlocked.com  Make more money with this service
KitchenGrade.com  The score of a particular kitchen or “grade” as in a level of quality like “commercial”
LifeFertility.com  A clinic for making babies en mass. Look at the Octomom
MobileVisit.com It seems like it would be hard to visit someone without being somewhat mobile
NinjaDoctor.com  Is this a Doctor for Ninja’s, or a Ninja that’s a Doctor?
NowWorth.com A name to keep track of value
QuiteEnough.com  I’ve had quite enough of this list already. It’s too damn long
RoadHazards.com  Downed Trees, traffic,  fluid spills, other cars, nails are all types of road hazard
ScenicDetour.com  Take a ride on the scenic detour, it’s off the beaten path but it’s a nicer ride
SmartHabitat.com  A company that builds a smarter home
TechyTalks.com  Like Ted Talks but only understood by techies
VisibleChain.com  When you want to look at the block chain and try and figure it out.
WrongOrder.com  A retail solution or help site that will fix your wrong order.
Xblode.com  explode for people that don’t know how to spell and pronounce it with a B sound.
More Names With No Bids 160 more names to go through. Don’t be a quitter
Names With Bids
More Names With No Bids 160 more no bid names
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Your LLLL.coms of The Day
LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday
LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s
MORE Short Brand Dot Coms HERE
Some Numbers
One Worders and Other TLD’s
Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR
Snap Names/DropCatch
LiftTicket.com great skiing name
Godaddy Value BIN
Godaddy Value BIN
Available Names
Available for Reg Fee big list
Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. We Charge $10 per name per day. We may be able to help. If you have an auction you want to promote, email us for details.*All names chosen by us, Shane and Josh . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything we say is based on our own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or our opinion is correct. We hand choose the names but we are paid to make this list by both the auction houses, individuals that are auctioning names, and Godaddy affiliate links. Keep that in mind and only buy names that YOU think are good

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