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The curious case of Dustie.com

This one is very interesting. So Dustie Meads posts on Namepros that his first name, Dustie.com sold for $450 on GoDaddy. He said he had the name listed for $20,000 for many years, not $450. The ironic part about posting on Namepros resulted in seeing ...
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How lucky have you been in domaining?

A topic that I had sitting in drafts for a bit came to light in a thread on Namepros. The topic being luck. How much does luck matter in domaining? How lucky do you feel you have been. I would also argue that companies in the business have been lucky t...
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Our most read posts of 2018

Here is a look at the most viewed posts that were published in 2018. Registrars and human interest stories were in the spotlight. Frustration from no sales to GoDaddy having too much power. Are Domainer Invites from Alignable.com Legit? Have you droppe...
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Should end users be named and shamed?

So one of the more active threads this week at Namepros, is about naming and shaming end users who back out of deals. The thread is actually the 2.0 version due to the first thread being closed as the OP decided to dox the person they had a problem wit...
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TheDomains.com turns 11

We are celebrating the 11th anniversary of TheDomains.com. Michael Berkens started this journey with the following post back in 2007. The domains.com is now live. We are throwing our hat into the ring, to blog about all things domain. We acknowledge an...
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