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Domain name portfolio audit

This would be a good time to do a much needed domain name portfolio audit. As most of you know today is the last day to renew your .com domains before Verisign increases the wholesale price tomorrow. Verisign will increase the annual registry-level who...
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Does your domain name registrar make it easy to transfer domains out?

Don’t do business with registrars that make it difficult to leave. Yesterday, I received a notice from the Wall Street Journal that I needed to update my credit card. I logged into my WSJ.com account and was surprised to see that I’m paying about $40 per month for my digital subscription. It’s more than I’m […]

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#Sedo updates its #Domain Transfer Agreement

Sedo has updated its Domain Transfer Agreement, making changes to the existing version that has been in place since 2015. By updating this agreement for its domain marketplace, Sedo ensures that the terms are defined in more detail, and adds disclaimer...
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Consensus be damned: here’s how transfers will work at Tucows after GDPR

Tucows will follow TechOps subcommittee recommendation for domain transfers as ICANN figures out what to do. Here’s the thing about GDPR and domain name registrars/registries: if they wait for ICANN to figure out how to address GDPR, it will be too late to make the necessary changes to comply with the law. GDPR enforcement goes […]

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GDPR will make domain name transfers more difficult

Lack of contact details in public Whois could thwart inter-registrar domain transfers. A few Domain Name Wire readers have asked how domain name transfers will work if domain registrars and registries eliminate contact details from Whois in response to the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). As it stands right now, domain name transfers could […]

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Uniregistry knows you miss those GoDaddy coupons!

Sponsored by Uniregistry* Uniregistry knows damn well how much domainers miss those great GoDaddy coupons. Unless you just joined the club, GoDaddy used to share promotional discount coupons but that activity seems to have vanished. But no worries. By transferring your domain names to Uniregistry until the end of April, and away from other registrars, […]

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