Squarespace ran a 2017 Superbowl ad that rings a bell for domain owners with JohnMalkovich.com as the domain name story line but the funny thing is, JohnMalkovich.com isn’t even registered “with” Squarespace’s “official” domain registrar.
Technically speaking, Squarespace isn’t even a domain name registrar, like GoDaddy.com is for an example. Squarespace states it’s “official” registrar is Tucows:
Registering a domain through Squarespace gives your website a professional look and avoids the need to register a domain with a third-party provider.
The Winners & Losers chart will be undergoing some shakeup. Every month I publish my .Com Winners & Losers report based on the most recent data Verisign has submitted to ICANN. This data is made public three months after the end of the relevant month. We have the official results from October now, and there […]
Tucows expects fast contribution from eNom, which has booked losses at Rightside. Domain name and communications company Tucows (NASDAQ:TCX) didn’t plan to acquire two domain name businesses over the past year, but the opportunities were too good to pass up. First, the company scooped up Melbourne IT’s reseller channel for just over $8 million AUD. […]
Hours after acquiring eNom for a reported $83.5 million dollars in hard cash, Tucows is rebranding. “Going from Tucows to Threecows, was an anticipated domain rebranding, and adding eNom strengthens our brand tremendously,” said Ricky Lake, social media manager for Tucows. “Everyone is having a cow today, and we’re definitely going to milk it, until […]
Tucows consolidates domain reseller platforms in $83.5 million transaction. Earlier this week I warned you to be on the lookout for big news over the next few days. Here it is. Tucows (NASDAQ:TCX) has acquired Rightside’s (NASDAQ:NAME) eNom business for $83.5M. The deal consolidates the #1 and #2 domain name reseller platforms eNom and OpenSRS. […]
Tucows shifts expired domain inventory to GoDaddy. In a major shakeup in the expired domain name market, GoDaddy Auctions has begun auctioning off Tucows’ expired domain name inventory. This is the first time GoDaddy has sold a third-party registrar’s expired domain name inventory. I reached out to GoDaddy after noticing some of the inventory on […]
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Tucows.com Co. has sold the premium domain name Wait.com, which went into escrow at Afternic about September 10, 2016.
The domain name was part of the “Mailbank” domain name portfolio of about 17,000 domains Tucows acquired for $18 Million in 2006 from NetIdentity.
The sales price has not been disclosed and the buyers are currently unknown due to it being early in the sale. The domain was using DomainNameSales at the time of the sale.… Read the rest