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How established .com businesses can benefit from using multiple domain names

Everyone who seriously invests in the new generation of domain names (also sometimes called “new gTLDs” – domain names ending in extensions like .life, .world, or .expert – for example, a domain like alien.life, paradise.world or wealth.expert) should pay attention to something very interesting. Some of the largest global companies and brands like Apple, Amazon, or T-Mobile are registering new gTLDs in large […]

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Three-letter .blog domains priced up to $100k

Knock Knock Whois There, the .blog registry, said it is going to release its inventory of three-character domains next month. Roughly 47,000 names will be released at premium fees, with prices ranging “from a few hundred dollars to over $100K&#82...
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How to Correctly Appraise A New Generation of Domain Names

Each domain investor should know the value of their domain names. Before 2014, we had 3 main domain extensions in internet space: .com, .net and .org. Domain names in those extensions have more-less the same yearly renewal fee (approximately $10), and as their sales were recorded in public sources for 30 years, it becomes easier […]

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How A Bad Website Address Is Damaging Your Organization

“Ouch, I just saw a really HORRIBLE website address!”, I complained to my friend after I recently saw an add on LinkedIn. The add, created by a large government organization, was graphically very nice, and apparently they tried their best to attract students to find more information on their website about one of their programs, […]

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11 critical points you must consider before you purchase any domain name as an investment

As a domain investor, I constantly see most people in our industry losing money. We need to constantly remind ourselves that in domain investing we make an important part of our profits when we buy the domain names. So the following article is written particularly for new domain investors. Do your own due diligence and learn extensively […]

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