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Nom, nom, nom : Sedo sells Nom.com for high five figures USD

NOM is a common three letter acronym, and the premium letter domain NOM.com was just sold by Sedo. Dave Evanson, senior domain broker at Sedo, announced the sale of this LLL .com earlier today: “Just sold NOM(.)com for $86,500!! Congrats to buyer and seller!!” Selling NOM.com for high five figures is indeed an impressive feat; […]

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Two letter domains : HH.com sold to the Chinese

Another day, another premium two letter .com domain headed to China. HH.com moved away from Hecker Law and into the hands of one of China’s biggest investors of such domains, 62.com. Domain investor, George Kirikos, noticed the change and remarked about the latest stats involving LL .com domains: “By my count, Chinese registrants own 166 […]

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Manspreading banned at MERGE! 2017 conference in Orlando, FL

If you’re in the habit of manspreading, the act of sitting with your legs spread far apart while in public places, take notice. Domainers attending MERGE! 2017 in Orlando, Florida, will be issued a citation and a possible ban for life from the conference, if they fail to adhere to guidelines against manspreading. “Spreading one’s […]

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Why the Uniregistry App is NOT the #1 domain app on Google Play

The Uniregistry App has received many accolades for its ability to combine domain registration and management services. Once you get a Uniregistry account, the Android version of the app that we’ve tested and use, becomes indispensable. Since the addition of the Uniregistry Market on the app, the paradigm of domain selling has shifted as well. […]

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