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Off The Market Domains

Today: .HOMES re-released / SOLD Yoopee.com – My first sale in 2019 / Adding Value; Business Model/Plan Supporting Domain / And more! Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today: Buying 1 Word .COM … Continue reading
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.CLUB announces three years of price increases

.CLUB Domains is to increase its wholesale registry fees by $1.90 over the next three years. The company announced that the increases for .club names will come on July 1 this year, next year, and in 2021. The current price is $8.05 per domain per year....
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.amazon domain isn’t a slam dunk after all

Amazon’s application for the .amazon dot-brand may not be as secure as it was thought, following an ICANN decision over the Christmas period. Directors threw out a South American government demand for it to un-approve the .amazon bid, but clarifi...
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Radix’s .HOST, .SPACE, .PRESS, and .WEBSITE get approval from the Chinese Government

Our advertising partner Radix received approval for the .Host,.Space, .Press and .Website to operate in China. You can check out the release below: 2nd January, Dubai, UAE. Radix, one of the world’s largest portfolio registries, today announced that it has received the official approval from the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (“MIIT”) of the […]

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The magic number of domains to own to average 1 sale per month

Today: New gTLD .xyz and New Years predictions / LocalPlumbers.com sold for $8,902 / The best thing about the “new registration addiction” / And more! Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today: Buying One word .com, net, org – Budget: Up to $1,000.00 – Be sure to check your […]

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