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Rewind: Tucows for $1.00, go-go parking revenue and CreditCards.com

A look back at the domaining world ten years ago this month. Remember 2007? It was go-go times in the stock market and we didn’t know what was about to happen. The great recession was knocking on the door. I just took a look back at Domain Name Wire’s archives to see what I was […]

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Tucows revenue rockets after Enom buy

Tucows saw its revenue from domain names more than double in the second quarter, following the acquisition of rival Enom. The company this week reported domain services revenue for the three months ending June 30 of $62.8 million, compared to $28.4 million a year ago. That was part of overall growth of 78%, with revenue […]
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Tucows shares up 12% today

Investors liked Tucows’ earnings report. Shares in Tucows (NASDAQ:TCX) shot up 12% today to close at $59.20 after the company reported earnings yesterday afternoon. The company’s record earnings per share and revenue were driven primarily by its acquisition of domain name reseller platform Enom earlier this year. Combined with Tucows’ OpenSRS reseller platform and retail […]

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Tucows revenue jumps on Enom acquisition

Enom propels topline and earnings growth at Tucows. Domain name and network access services company Tucows (NASDAQ:TCX) reported a big jump in year-over-year revenue and earnings for Q2 thanks to the integration of domain registrar Enom, which it acquired in January. Net revenue jumped from $47.2 million in Q2 2016 to $84.2 million in Q2 […]

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After price hike, now Tucows drops support for Uniregistry TLDs

Tucows is to drop OpenSRS support for nine Uniregistry gTLDs after the registry announced severe price increases. The registrar told OpenSRS resellers that it will no longer support .audio, .juegos, .diet, .hiphop, .flowers, .guitars, .hosting, .property and .blackfriday from September 8, the date the increases kick in. It’s the second major registrar, after GoDaddy, to […]
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Tucows shifts expired domain name inventory to NameJet

Move comes after Tucows acquired an interest in NameJet earlier this year. Tucows, the world’s second largest domain name registrar, has stopped sending its expired domain name inventory to GoDaddy and will instead send it to NameJet. Tucows just switched its expired domain partner to GoDaddy in September after previously using SnapNames. It was the […]

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January data show why Rightside sold eNom: Namecheap

Namecheap made a wholesale switch to its own accreditation in January. ICANN has published data from Verisign about .com activity in January, and it reveals a good reason why Rightside sold eNom to Tucows. Namecheap. Namecheap has always been a big part of eNom’s business. It has historically accounted for about a quarter of eNom’s […]

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