Will WordPress Acquire and Use Word.Press?

.Press is open for landrush registration as of today, August 26th.  It will be interesting to see who turns up as the owner of Word.Press, provided the name is not being held back by the registry. If it turns out to be WordPress themselves, and they actually do something with the domain, such a move […]
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Beware Go Daddy Phishing Email – Status Alert: Potential risk to the server.

I received a notification in my spam folder today with the following subject line: Status Alert: Potential risk to the server. Hovering above the sender in Gmail reveals the spammer is masking their email as tech@mya.godaddy.com. However the message is not legitimate.  The actual hyperlink contained in the email points to a .ru (Russia ccTLD) […]
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Dot Net Multiplier Myth Debunked

We’ve all heard of the dot net multiplier in the domain space. The commonly accepted rule of thumb is that a dot net is worth approximately 10% of its dot com counterpart. I thought it would be interesting to put this rule to the test because I’ve never seen any hard evidence to back it […]
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Place Your Back Orders for Expired Domains at Pheenix

I first heard about Pheenix.com in September of last year when they had a major coup and beat out the biggest players in the drop catching space to grab PetSitters.com. The domain had hundreds of back orders across NameJet, SnapNames and Pool so you know these services were really gunning for it. The domain ended […]
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No Sign of gTLD’s in NYC, but Younger Generations are Open to Change

I’ve spent this last week in New York working with my co-founder on our company, and also visiting some friends from home and school. I’ve been all over the city working, walking and eating, but have not seen any sign of the thousands of new gTLD’s that are hitting the market in America’s biggest city. […]

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