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NameJet Scores a COOL $3K Emoji Domain Auction Close

It’s a been a few weeks since NameJet debuted its Premium .WS Emoji Domain Auction. In my opinion, the results have been interesting to say the least when compared to emoji domain auctions over at GoDaddy. GoDaddy has fallen completely off the map for emoji domain auctions in the last week or so, but that’s […]
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Tucows moves expired domain names back to GoDaddy Auctions

Move back to GoDaddy suggests that GoDaddy generates substantially more revenue per domain for registrars. Domain name registrar Tucows has moved its expired domain name inventory back to GoDaddy Auctions, Domain Name Wire has discovered. In September 2016, Tucows became the first third-party registrar to send its expired domain inventory to GoDaddy Auctions, switching from […]

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10 notable domain name sales at NameJet last month – country domain sells for $13k!

Here’s what sold at NameJet last month that caught my eye. How much is a domain name that matches a country’s name worth? It depends a lot on the country. Let’s say you’re a company with a thug leader, hyperinflation, susceptibility to coups and that people only visit to kill elephants. I’d say that would […]

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End user domain name sales including .org, .uk and .fi

End users snap up domain extensions beyond .com. Remember how last week it was easy for me to find end user domain sales in Sedo’s sales list? Well, this week it was a bit tougher but the quality was very high. It was also different because many of the top sales were not .com domains. […]

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Tucows sells some domain names to GoDaddy

GoDaddy’s NameFind is buying some domain names from Tucows. Tucows (NASDAQ:TCX) appears to have sold some of its domain name portfolio to GoDaddy’s (NYSE:GDDY) NameFind. Today I noticed that some domain names in Tucows’ YummyNames portfolio have undergone a Whois change. While the owner and contact details still point to YummyNames, they have an additional […]

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First Israeli.tv and now Israel.tv sells for $15,000

Namepros member Ammudamus (Ammar from Legacy Fund) reported he sold Israel.tv for $15,000 on his own. I remember Israel.tv being talked about way back by another Namepros member, JMT1. He was last seen on Namepros back in April of 2010. He was looking to develop the website, his last post on Namepros: Hi folks. I’m […]
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Kickstarter launches Patreon rival on .RIP domain hack

They’re deadly serious. Crowdfunding service Kickstarter has relaunched its Drip subscriptions service on a .rip domain. It’s a domain hack using a single-character domain: d.rip. It’s actually a case of a migration away from a .com domain, which is not something you see every day from a major online brand. Drip was acquired by Kickstarter […]
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