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NFT.app sold for $50,000 and NFTinvestments.com left to expire

There is action everywhere in the NFT space, whether it’s NFT art, handshake and unstoppable domain name sales, and good old fashioned domain name sales like NFT.app. Mike Mann recently sold DigitalArtists.com for $300,000 which got some traction outside the domain industry. A sale that was not discussed that took place a couple weeks ago […]

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A breakdown of February Keyword domain sales (Data dips, Tech and Shop strong)

February saw decent numbers for Crypto and Tech keyword sales. Crypto did well in January with a bump up from December. The had it’s usual strong numbers. Shop and Online posted over 30 sales each. Data did not have a great month. Popular Keywords There are certain keywords that are the most sought after in […]

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Some of the most popular keywords and their all time reported sales (Part 2)

A couple days ago I wrote about popular keywords and their historical sales data where the keyword was the last word in the domain name. In this post I am presenting data where the keyword is at the start. Certain keyword do well in either first or last position. Examples include Tech and Shop. Other […]

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Com vs Non Com

Com vs Non Com a look at reported sales There is no doubt that .com is the undisputed champ when it comes to reported domain name sales. New gtlds are getting older, legacy extensions like net and org. Let’s just call them all Non Coms. In this post we are looking at .Com vs all […]

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Stats from the previous NamesCon Online (record breaking turnout)

NamesCon released some facts and figures from the online conference that took place a few weeks ago. Pretty impressive numbers in my opinion. 1,200+ Attendees (Record-breaking turnout) 60 different countries represented (not as many as Cassie De Pecol visited, but still a wonderfully diverse crowd) The majority of attendees joined us from the US, (28%) […]

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Google to add More Info About Domains in Search Results

Matt Southern published a piece on SearchEngineJournal.com on Google providing more info about domain names in the search results. Tapping on the icon will pull up a card from the bottom of the screen with additional pieces of information about the search result. The article goes on to say that Google is taking info from […]

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A breakdown of January Keyword domain sales (Data strong, Crypto bounces back up)

January saw a bump up Crypto keyword sales. In December crypto was soft so crypto fans should be happy to see an up tick. Smart dipped a bit too. Data had a strong month. Popular Keywords There are certain keywords that are the most sought after in domain wanted threads, certain keywords that are the […]

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Hyper Personalized Search Listings

As brandable boutiques became more popular and flooded with listings, many have questioned the search protocols. Many a debate on Namepros around which tags were used on BrandBucket and if certain people got special treatment. Squadhelp rolled out what they call Hyper Personalized Search Listings Beginning in Jan 2021, we have extended the AI and […]

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