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Merry Christmas

To all those out there today celebrating Christmas, Michael, Judi and myself would like to wish you and those close to you a Merry Christmas. To those not celebrating, may you have the day you desire. The post Merry Christmas appeared first on TheDomai...
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ICYMI: November 2019 – Top stories

The top posts of November 2019 on TheDomains November had a lot of action whether it was .org or the Namepros/Buckley matter. GetSupply.com rebranding to Supply.co brought about a lot of discussion. Looking back at November our top story traffic wise w...
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TheDomains.com turns 12

TheDomains.com turned 12 on Wednesday and 10,725 posts and 112,592 approved comments later, Mike, Judi and I would like to thank everyone for their support the past 12 years. Thank you to Escrow.com, Radix, 101Domains, DAN.com and all the other compani...
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Black Friday special list names for $200 or less

List your Black Friday specials $200 or less, .com only So this post is for .com only and the max price is $200. You may list up to 3 names. There have been a few who have tried to post more names using a different email address/name same IP all submis...
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Sell your best 4,5,6L pronounceable .coms

List your best 4, 5, 6 pronounceable .coms, names must be pronounceable. $2,000 max price. So this post is for .com only and the max price is $2000. You may list up to 3 names. There have been a few who have tried to post more names using a different e...
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Sell your best non-com priced at $500 or less

I always get emails when will you do a non com sales post? let us present our new gtlds and .net and cctlds. So here you go, post your best non com for sale $500 or less. We usually do this post on a weekend but I started thinking a lot of people are e...
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Berkens on getting valuations right a decade ago

Valuations: Get It Right You’ll Be A Multimillionaire, Get It Wrong You’ll Go Broke Mike wrote the following post in October of 2009, while it deals with other asset classes as well, here was the part on domain names. Domains like any other asset are g...
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