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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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Won in expiry auctions last month – Here is a look at Siku.com, Webmonkey.com and more

When domains expire and go for a nice to very nice price, many often wonder what will happen with the domain? Some are skeptical that the name went too high and that something shady is going on. Others want to see what someone will do with them and when nothing is done people start yelling […]

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Siku.com closes at $64,500

Siku.com closed at $64,500 providing  another windfall for GoDaddy for doing basically nothing. The domain name was owned by an Alaskan based construction company. It was part of a group of companies under the Ukpeagvik Inupiat Corporation. The domain name does have a little trust flow and citation flow. Certified.org closed at $15,055 this domain […]

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