The Uniregistry disaster continues: registrar increases domain retail prices by 62% to 75%

The Uniregistry disaster continues as people are jumping ship as both registry AND now registrar domain name prices are increasing. Uniregistry registrar sent out an email last week to inform current owners of the New gTLD price increase but the email had another bad surprise. I tried to stay out of the Uniregistry mess on …

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The Monday Media Wrap Up

Articles from March 11-17 Ethical Hacking: The Most Important Job No One Talks About Dark Reading | Amit Ashbel | March 16, 2017 Great power comes with great responsibility, and all heroes face the decision of using their powers for good or evil. These heroes I speak of are called white hat hackers, legal hackers, […]
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eBay Find: From $550 Acquisition to $10,000 Sale – With David Kelly

Usually only worthless domain names are found when searching on eBay. (At least that's my experience.)

But David Kelly uses a secret tip to filter and find diamonds in the rough.

He shares that tip, as well as how he negotiated and purchased TopOffers.com for $550 – while normally the eBay platform only encourages you to just bid on stuff you want.

In addition, you'll learn how Kelly both actively and passively markets his domains for sale, and how pricing it in one location led to this $10,000 sale.
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Trascending Pasta Atwell Enterprise Pizza Invested China Developer France Living Bags Baths Colors Travel and More 225+ Reg Fee Opps

Today’s Treat Exclusive Research Project by DropGrabs.com Researched Domain Availability in the Field Related To Trascending Pasta — Atwell Enterprise — Pizza Invested China Developer — France Living Bags Baths Colors Travel and More 225+ Reg Fee Opps Research in .COM .NET and MORE Enjoy the List ———————————————————————————————— Below Available For Reg Fee… ———————————————————————————————— WaikikiBeach.tv
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Mike Mann’s domain appraisal/brokerage: Some good and bad news!

Mike Mann shared the latest update on his upcoming DomainMarket.com appraisal/brokerage system. There are some good news and some bad news. He said that programming is going great but is taking too long. Also the cost of the appraisals has gone up from the last time. From $48 to $88 for 3 appraisers. The good …

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Developed.NYC highlights the growing NYC domainscape

(This is a guest post from Matt Gill, owner of Developed.NYC.) When I first came to New York one thing I noticed was how people love to wear the name of their city on their heads, chests, behinds and even on their feet. To be clear I mean regular New Yorkers, not tourists. I just …

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.feedback gTLD in breach of contract after big brand “fraud” claims

ICANN has slapped .feedback operator Top Level Spectrum with a contract breach notice after a huge complaint about alleged fraud filed by a gang of big brands. The company becomes the third new gTLD to be hit by a breach notice, and the first to receive one as a result of losing a Public Interest […]
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Namejet sold 95 domains for $625,966 in February (lows .com, murphy .com, franks .com)

Namejet released it’s February 2017 domain name auctions report that includes a lot of 3 letter and 4 letter .com and some 1-word .coms. Namejet sold 95 (128 domains in January) domains in January for a total of $625,966 ($793,301 in January). Namejet only reports domains that were sold for $2,000 or more. Of course …

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