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Why is Twitter blocking #DropCatch listed URLs?

Twitter has no love for DropCatch, apparently. Any domain name listed in auction at DropCatch, cannot be shared by punching in its live auction URL. The issue appears to have been ongoing for a while, and it’s definitely frustrating if one wants ...
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6 figure close for CONSTITUTIONUS.COM at GoDaddy auctions

We had a six figure domain name close on Saturday at GoDaddy auctions with ConstitutionUS.com closing at $103,000. The website was a pretty simple, straight forward website. Majestic.com shows Trust flow 37 – Citation flow 31 Educational Ref. Backlinks 145 Governmental Ref. Backlinks 5 Educational Ref. Domains 66 Governmental Ref. Domains 4 It will be […]

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PDFzone.com closes at $75,000 at GoDaddy auctions

PDFzone.com closed at $75,000 on GoDaddy auctions. A former website with Domain Authority 45 Page Authority 37 Moz Rank 3.7. Majestic stats Trust flow of 23 and Citation flow of 24. Educational Ref. Backlinks 89 Governmental Ref. Backlinks 2 Educational Ref. Domains 31 Governmental Ref. Domains 1 The website was once owned by Ziff Davis […]

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Drop auctions not a slam-dunk, says Nominet

Nominet has responded to criticism of its plans to introduce registry-level .uk drop auctions by saying it’s not about money-grabbing and is not guaranteed to even happen. Registry MD Eleanor Bradley today blogged: In some quarters the commentary...
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ICANN close to becoming $200 million gift-giver

Remember how ICANN raised hundreds of millions of dollars auctioning off new gTLD contracts, with only the vaguest of ideas how to spend the cash? Well, it’s coming pretty close to figuring out where the money goes. The GNSO Council approved a pl...
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Suite101.com once one of the fastest growing sites – Closes at $35,501 Sunday

Sunday was a hot day with excessive heat warnings in place. Things were heated at GoDaddy as well for Suite101.com. Suite101 was a collaborative publishing site based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It formerly generated revenue from advertisements and shared that revenue with contributors; but effective November 1, 2013, that revenue sharing program was terminated. […]

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