NameJet April sales led by Kohl.com at $144,500

NameJet released their April sales data, Kohl.com was the top sale at $144,500. Three 3L.coms made the top ten, TRF.com being the highest at $32,100. kohl.com $144,500.00 7833.com $43,500.00 vrvr.com $40,000.00 clinicalstudies.com $36,200.00 trf.com $32,100.00 nbo.com $30,000.00 ezd.com $23,333.00 9040.com $23,210.00 cha.net $20,000.00 tini.com $18,999.00 whybiotech.com $10,201.00 lewisville.com $8,999.00 debtelimination.com $8,650.00 newjerseyhomes.com $8,600.00 facets.com $8,088.00 […]

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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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Designers should consider dispensing with the traditional ".com" domain name in favor of ".design," WebdesignerDepot advises, adding that the ...
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What has been happening in .CA domain drops?

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What has been happening recently in .CA domain drops?

I'm glad you asked!

I haven't been able to keep posting the weekly TBR drops since last year, but I've been watching them and they have been steady.  Usually +/- 100 names taken, and almost always some good domains available.  One words, two words, and 2 or 3 character domains.  While it seems many new gtlds are losing

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What has been happening in .CA domain drops?

DomainReport.ca What has been happening recently in .CA domain drops? I'm glad you asked! I haven't been able to keep posting the weekly TBR drops since last year, but I've been watching them and they have been steady.  Usually +/- 100 names taken, and almost always some good domains available.  One words, two words, and 2 or 3 character domains.  While it seems many new gtlds are losing
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You never let someone else control your business

TheDomains TheDomains: As a domain owner you have enough to deal with from ICANN moves to price increases. You never ever develop anything of importance to you on someone else’s property. Use social media and other apps to feed your website, but the CentralNic retirement of several LL.com domains illustrates why you never trust anyone else with […]
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CentralNic reports 2016 results while deleting several websites

CentralNic (AIM: CNIC), announced today its audited results for the year ended 31 December 2016. All this while several websites just went dark after the company sold many of its 2-letter domain names (or ended the relationship with such owners) that were used for CentralNic to sell sub-domains. Here are few posts from the past …

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