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Keyword Research for ecommerce might also be helpful for domaining

Maddy Osman wrote a very detailed and excellent piece on keyword research for ecommerce. I think if you are doing ecommerce it’s well worth your time to read it. But also if you are someone who regularly does hand registrations and checks out GoDaddy closeouts you might use the article for ideas. From the article: […]

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GoDaddy domination – A look at the number of .com sales over the past few years

When looking at sales data reported on Namebio it’s clear that GoDaddy rules the roost when it comes to the number of reported .com domain name sales. For the most part these sales are at the wholesale or investor level as names are won on GoDaddy auctions. You will see in the data below how […]

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How to waste $275

In what has to be one of the ugliest domain names ever registered, Notification-unscrewing-idolise-amphanthia.xyz sold for $275 at Sav.com. It was registered the year before and I am not sure why. Checking Ahrefs there are not many links and no domain authority. Could have spent $275 on just about anything else and it would have […]

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Crypto company suing a 79 year old for domain name brings up the age old question, is an email a binding contract?

CoinLetter.com published a story on Jump Crypto and a 79 year old that owned the domain name Wormhole.com. The registrant owned since 1994. It revived the debate on whether listing a price in an email and then backing out was a legal contract or not. 25 years later it still seems many are split or […]

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There are many perceived end user sales that are merely domain investors buying

So there is a thread I was reading today on Namepros where a member posted that they looked at a premium sales and they weren’t developed some two years later. I just spent over an hour looking up domains that sold over 2 years ago for over 10k. Almost every domain goes to either a […]

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