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Retweet.com closes at $4,150 – And that time Name.com rapped about it

Twitter launched July 15, 2006, the domain name Retweet.com was registered in May of 2007. The domain closed today at auction on GoDaddy at $4,150. Bidding history: Bid Date Bid Expires Bidder Bid Amount 2019/06/18 09:37 AM (PDT) 2019/06/18 11:38 AM (PDT) Bidder 14 $4,150 Comment: Automatic Bid 2019/06/18 12:30 AM (PDT) 2019/06/18 11:38 AM (PDT) Bidder 15 […]

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Sedo makes expired list downloadable, Name.com changes happy hour

Download lists to look for good domains, and you now have longer to buy discounted domains at Name.com. A couple of quick news items for you on this Monday morning… Sedo made its expired domain name inventory list downloadable. The marketplace auctions off expiring domain names from registrar 1&1 which is part of the same […]

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March’s Top 5 Stories on DNW

Here’s what made waves in March. March was a busy month in the domain name industry with people heading to CloudFest in Germany and the ICANN meeeting in Puerto Rico. On DNW, top stories involved Scientology, expired domains and a couple of big domain name sales. These were the top stories on DNW last month: […]

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Five myths and facts about the new gTLDs

Assumptions related to the new gTLDs can cost domain investors and entrepreneurs money. Rightside’s Name.com division put together a list of five myths about the new gTLDs, and their matching facts, to help dispel such misconceptions. Myth: Nobody knows that new domains exist Fact: End users are adopting and using new domains as primary website […]

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