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With Almost 10% Of New gTLD Registrations In Upcoming Delete Status; The Peak Of 28.8M May Stand Until .Web

According to ntldstats.com almost 10% of all registered new gTLD domain names are in upcoming delete status; meaning for at least a while new G’s domain name may have peaked out. On  March 24, 2017 the number of new gTLD domain registrations sat at 28,854,146. As of yesterday the number is 28,818,819. However the number […]

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Rick Schwartz “If u want to sell a $100,000 name, u have 2 buy one BEFORE it is a $100,000 name”

So quite the discussion yesterday on Twitter with Rick outlining his parameters for names he hopes to sell for $100,000.   If u want to sell a $100,000 name, u have 2 buy one BEFORE it is a $100,000 name. MUST recognize elements that make that possible. #Domains — Rick Schwartz (@DomainKing) March 27, 2017 […]

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Sophomore Jinx ?

Dominic Belley who I interviewed last year around this same time, detailed his second year in the business with a post on Namepros. Dominic points out that year 2 was not as good as his rookie season. By detailing his second year he does newcomers a great service in my opinion. Here is his post: […]

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So everyone’s full of shit ?

Let mebe clear there are scam artists, charlatans and snake oil salespeople in the domain industry. Fact ! I do believe that each situation and or person needs to be looked at individually and you should have something to substantiate your claims. Over the last couple days there was a thread that questioned Mike Mann’s […]

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Company Using Hand Registered Domain in 2015 Which Dropped in 2012; Raises $6.5 Million

I just got finished reading a post in Venturebeat.com about a company named Reply All, which just raised $6.5 million dollars and whose website is ReplyAll.com The domain name has an original registration date in 2008 but was deleted for non-payment of renewal fees on March 27, 2012 by a former registrant. The domain sat […]

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Exclusive: Rick Schwartz Thinks Use of Domains In The Super Bowl Over Hashtags Is A Game Changer For The Domain Industry

Legendary Domain investor Rick Schwartz a/k/as the Domain King, wrote to me about the post we published about earlier this week from MarketingLand.com, that Domain Names appeared in substantially more television commercials  that aired during the Super Bowl than Hashtags and Facebook Pages. He thinks it’s a game changer, a reset in the importance of […]

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The Trademark ClearingHouse Worked So Well One Company Got 24 new gTLD using The Famous Trademark “The”

The Trademark ClearingHouse (TMCH) which was set up/ contracted by ICANN to protect those famous worldwide brand names from abuse by those nasty domain name squatters resulted in a whole new industry. Those playing the TMCH for their own benefit to get first jump at new gTLD domain names to get registered in Sunrise ahead […]

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