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Simple question – Are you planning to still do business with NameJet

Obviously the biggest story in domaining this week was NameJet. There was some shady behavior uncovered, there were some that jumped to conclusions that may have proven to be premature or wrong. I tend to agree with Shane Cultra when he said the industry needs NameJet. Now some called for a blackballing of those dealing […]

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Domain violence – Burglar tries to force a domain transfer, shots ring out

Interesting article from The Gazette about an incident in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. A burglar actually shot a man to get him to transfer a domain name to someone else, the burglar was also shot by the home owner. From the article: “(Hopkins) then forced Deyo to log on to his computer and tried to coerce […]

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It’s all about the side hustle

There has been a lot of talk lately about “side hustles” UBER has run commercials talking about everyone needing a side hustle. Marketwatch published an article about side hustles and included buying and selling domain names. Buying and selling domain names Domain names are the internet equivalent of real estate and, much like with homes, […]

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Where is your favorite place to sell domain names?

There are a multitude of places to sell your domains names. Popular aftermarket sites like Sedo and Afternic have been around for years. GoDaddy gives sellers a variety of ways to sell, from 7 day auctions to premium listings. Specialty sites such as BrandBucket and Brandroot offer sellers of brandable domains a boutique experience to […]

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Verisign: The Number of .Com Domain Registration Pass 129 Million For 1st Time

According to Verisign (VRSN) which operates the .Com registry,  the number of .Com domain names in the Domain Name Base has passed 129 Million for the 1st time. The number of .Com domain names in the Domain Name Base passed 128 Million for the 1st time in September 2016. The number of .Com domain passed […]

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Domainers don’t agree on much

Sometimes comments uncover more than just the initial topic. A perfect example is the weekend banter with regards to Kevin Murphy’s comment about the sale of Hatred.com. Give this domainer a big hand for ripping off Milo Yiannopoulos to the tune of $138,000 https://t.co/WxevaYaNXv #domains — Kevin Murphy (@DomainIncite) June 24, 2017 After that there […]

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Domain valuation : Corporate education is the key to sales

Rick Schwartz had to go through the hoops of a UDRP process for Queen.com, in order to show its potential buyer that he meant business. While quoting seven figures might seem excessive to some, the long term benefits of owning the domain that matches your brand can be substantial. Frands Jepsen, the owner of Danish […]
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