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Facebook outage shows once again why It always makes sense to own your own website

CNBC published a piece today on how content creators and influencers are rethinking their business after outages at Facebook and Instagram. Facebook apologized for the outage in a blog post. Domain investors have known for a long time you want your domain name to be your hub and social media accounts to be spokes. Investis […]

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GolfXR.com flipped by Namepros member from $100 to $15,000 in 10 months

The XR thread at Namepros is one of the more active. Back in 2019 Wired published a primer article on the topic. “XR does not refer to any specific technology. It’s a bucket for all of the realities.” Jim Malcolm, HumanEyes. Basically it’s an umbrella term for mixed realities. MyXR.com sold for $17,000 in 2017. […]

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NFTs and Digital Real Estate

Janine Yorio wrote an interesting article over at CoinTelegraph.com, “What NFT Sales Mean for Digital Real Estate” The article looks at the recent activity in NFTs and comparing them with domain names. Of course NFTs are hot right now. Everything from NBA TopShot cards to digital art from the likes of Banksy. Seth Godin did […]

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Why website load times matter

People have short attention speeds and if your website takes a long time to load, you have a problem. Sometimes what you don’t think is a longtime can apparently still cause many to click away. I read SmallBizTrends.com daily and came across an article on website load times. I thought a couple of these stats […]

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