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.Africa Added Over 1,000 Domain Registrations in Landrush At A Premium Prices Since the Close Of Sunrise

  The new domain name extension .Africa has added over 1,000 domain registrations since the close of Sunrise in a period known as Landrush. According to the zone file I pulled today there are over 1,000 new domain names since the Sunrise period closed on June 2nd. July 3rd started the last and cheapest phase […]

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Using the right outbound approach

Today: Domain landing page enlightenment / What is your one vanity domain name? / Domain Business Cards (Examples and Dicussion) / And more. Here are the new discussions and domain news. Can I get some advice please? Someone...
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Google no longer bolding keywords in domain names

Another blow to domain names in search. Domain names and URLs that contain terms people search for on Google have long been thought to have some sort of advantage. For a while, Google seemed to give preference to “exact match domains”. Then it tweaked the algorithm to downplay this, at least for low-quality sites that […]

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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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Three time Tour De France champ now going after cybersquatters

Over the years you run into people who don’t care much about trademark infringement. They register names that infringe on someone else’s intellectual property. The thought was that if they got a UDRP they would just let the complainant take the domain name, no big whoop. But I would always say to these people, the […]

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