$219k in Sales on July 11th – W67.com sold for $7,777 – Daily Market Report

By Michael Sumner NameBio.com: GoDaddy had the top three sales yesterday led by W67.com which sold for $7,777. NameBio recorded 320 sales $100+ for a total of $194,327 with an average sale price of $607. Compared to the previous day there was an increase of 5% in the number of sales but the total dollar…



Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday July 12th, 2020

By ShaneCultra DSAD.com: If you read on twitter you know I’ve had a pretty good week of sales. I sat back this weekend and took it all in. A lot of hard work paid off in one quick swoop. It will definitely change some things financially and how I spend my time. After posting a…



Top Topics: Delta Acquired Delta.com for $2,125,000; What Do You Want to Know About Domains?…

By James Iles NamePros.com: In this week’s Top Topics, Dofo’s founder invites investors to ask questions that he can answer using the hundreds of gigabytes of domain data that the company processes. Elsewhere, a domainer stumbles across one of the best geographical domain portfolios in existence, and George Kirikos uncovers yet another seven-figure domain sale…….



Handful of CCCC and Keyword Rich Available Domains

By DropGrabs-Webmaster DropGRABS.com: Items below in .COM are now available for Reg Fee Enjoy the List a6t9a77ka67va5xka5xd AceEnvironmentalAbuseAnonymousAccentsGalleryAceTileworksAbl edLivingAcePaddleAccessibilityDesignSolutionsAbundantSuccess LifestyleAboutDebtSettlementAcademicCourseworkAccessInfoServ iceAbsoluteNailcare A2CupAbbyingABCGainABCGifsAAUDadsAce2Daya1-Mode… Source: Domaining     



Moodring.com one of a few sweet domain name flips this week

By Raymond Hackney TLDInvestors.com: This past week produced some pretty sweet flips on names held for a year or less. Braden Pollock knocked it out of the park with his $30,000 sale of MoodRing.com. The domain was acquired at GoDaddy auction for $2,501 on November 14, 2019. The mood ring was created in 1975 by…



How to identify two-word domains worth six-figures

By NamePros Daily Domaining Tips: Today: LatinVibes.com sold for $4,888 / A Very Persuasive Followup OutBound Letter / Will 6N Chips come back in the game? / and More… Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today: Buying .com domains with the word ‘launch’ – Budget: Up to $100.00…



Life Principles – Learning

Michael Gilmour: Learning is my third life principle and is the key that you can use when you feel like you have failed. By developing a learning mindset and lifestyle you open yourself up to the incredible opportunity of understanding who you really are. When I was still in high school, I would bring home…



Would Love Another Chance

By Elliot Silver I’ve been investing in domain names as a full time career since late 2007. I have bought my fair share of solid domain names, and I have also missed out on some good deals. Some seemed overpriced at the time, but looking back on things now, I wish I had pulled the…



Its been one heck of a week for Shane with two six-figure deals in 24 hours

By Morgan MorganLinton.com: I think it’s safe to say that all of my readers in the domain industry know Shane Cultra aka Domain Shane. For all the startup founders and VCs who read my blog, you might not have any idea since you don’t read Domaining.com (but you should!). So here’s a quick primer. Shane…



AUCTION RECAP OF JULY 10, 2020

By Travis M. DSAD.com: A look at the final auction prices, closeouts and more from the domain auction list posted on July 10, 2020. If there is an asterisk (*) next to a price, it means that the name was at auction from a private seller (rather than an expiring name) and may have had…



Would Love a Second Chance

By Elliot Silver DomainInvesting.com: I’ve been investing in domain names as a full time career since late 2007. I have bought my fair share of solid domain names, and I have also missed out on some good deals. Some seemed overpriced at the time, but looking back on things now, I wish I had pulled…



Would Love Another Chance

By Elliot Silver DomainInvesting.com: I’ve been investing in domain names as a full time career since late 2007. I have bought my fair share of solid domain names, and I have also missed out on some good deals. Some seemed overpriced at the time, but looking back on things now, I wish I had pulled…



Delta.com domain name was acquired in July 2000 for $2,125,000. Here’s how to discover more big d…

By George Kirikos FreeSpeech.com: EDGAR, the SEC’s electronic database of securities filings, has revamped its full text search, now allowing searches of filings since 2000. The legacy full text search (which will only be available until September 2020) only indexed the previous 4 years (although I’ve been checking weekly for new filings for longer than…



160 Domain Discoveries for July 11th

By Michael Sumner NameBio.com: Every day we scan more than one hundred thousand domains across all the major marketplaces and pending delete lists to find domains you can buy that have sold in the past. Sale history, like the age of a domain name, is a great proxy for quality to help the cream rise…



$243k in Sales on July 10th – Leek.com sold for $27,752 – Daily Market Report

By Michael Sumner NameBio.com: The top sale of the day was Leek.com which sold for $27,752 at GoDaddy. NameBio recorded 305 sales $100+ for a total of $221,642 with an average sale price of $727. Compared to the previous day there was a decrease of 2% in the number of sales but the total dollar…



IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Saturday, July 11th

By Josh E DSAD.com: Main List NameJet Flippa/Sedo LLLL.com’s LLL, CCC, 5L Other LLLL’s Short Brandables Numbers One Worders … Source: Domaining     



The Sales Roundup: Why BettingTips.com Sold for $150,000 and More

By James Iles JamesNames.com: In my Sales Roundup this week, I’m exploring the stories behind five domain sales listed in DNJournal’s sales chart from March 4th, 2020, finding out why domains such as Palace.com, BettingTips.com, Gravity.net, RealCraft.com, and Modena.com sold for the prices they did. Palace.com – $306,000 Topping the char… Source: Domaining     



Googles vs Google

By Raymond Hackney The Domains: It seems before the search juggernaut came along there was a children’s company called Googles Children’s Workshop. In 1997 they registered the trademark GOOGLES. They of course also registered the domain name Googles.com. The website did not launch until 1998 when that little company in Mountain View came on the…



Airy.com UDRP: RDNH + Panel Notes Time & Funds Involved in Defense

By Elliot Silver In May of this year, I wrote about the filing of a UDRP against the valuable Airy.com domain name. When I saw the filing, I did some cursory research, and I did not see anything that stood out to give the complainant a chance to win the UDRP. The decision was published…



Multitool.com : #Domain dropped years after registrant’s death

By DomainGang DomainGang.com: Multitool.com is currently in a drop auction at DropCatch, and we investigated why this original 1997 registration expired and dropped. The domain was renewed in 2009 for a full 10 years – a year after the death of its registrant, Denver inventor and TenDix LLC founder, Timber Dick. In April 2008, Timber…



Some Buyers Will Pay a Premium at GoDaddy

By Elliot Silver There have been a number of times where I received a direct inquiry or offer on a domain name, and instead of doing a deal directly with my company, the buyer will purchase the domain name via GoDaddy, where I also have it listed for sale. Sometimes the deal is done at…



You’re a dumbass #domainer : RalphLauen.com

By DomainGang DomainGang.com: TGIF and this is another edition of our series “You’re a dumbass domainer,” dedicated to bidders of domain auctions that are obvious trademarks. Going after a previously registered domain for its traffic, all while the trademark issues are so prominent, grants the bidder a “domainer dumbass” award. Here&… Source: Domaining     



Emson.com for $6,905

By NamePros Daily TNTNames.com: Today: The easiest way to sell/transfer bulk domains to one buyer / FREE .design domain / New .INK Domains for $6.29 / and More… Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today: Looking for … → Source: Domaining     



Brandable Insider Domain Review #10

By Keith deBoer DNGeek.com: PODCAST: Our special focus this week is short, invented domain names from the wholesale, expired domain aftermarket. Plus the usual colorful analysis of two keyword domain sales and the Dog of the Day. Thanks for listening. If you like my podcast, you can express your appreciation by: “Buying Me A Coffee”…



Digitizer.com : Aged, premium #domain dropped all of a sudden!

By DomainGang DomainGang.com: Digitizer.com is a premium domain that used to bear a registration date of 1997. Then a few days ago, the domain dropped all of a sudden, and it’s currently being auctioned on DropCatch. Why would the domain’s registrant, Austrian entrepreneur Peter Huber, let the domain expire? Two years ago, the domain displayed…



AIRY GreenTech tries reverse domain name hijacking

By Andrew Allemann Domain Name Wire: offCompany tries (and fails) to upgrade its domain through a cybersquatting complaint. Talk about kicking someone when they’re down. AIRY GreenTech GmbH has been found to have attempted reverse domain name hijacking for the domain name Airy.com. The domain name is owned by a travel business in Indonesia that…



It’s Christmas in July with GoDaddy’s Updated Bulk Domain Search

By Alvin Brown KickStartCommerce.com: Yesterday, I was toying around with researching and searching for a few keywords for geo service domains to quickly flip and development. With most of my portfolio registered and managed at GoDaddy, I often use their Bulk Search to quickly determine how popular geo service domains are for a given keyword…



Airy.com UDRP: RDNH + Panel Notes Time & Funds Involved in Defense

By Elliot Silver DomainInvesting.com: In May of this year, I wrote about the filing of a UDRP against the valuable Airy.com domain name. When I saw the filing, I did some cursory research, and I did not see anything that stood out to give the complainant a chance to win the UDRP. The decision was…



AUCTION RECAP OF JULY 9, 2020

By Travis M. DSAD.com: A look at the final auction prices, closeouts and more from the domain auction list posted on July 9, 2020. If there is an asterisk (*) next to a price, it means that the name was at auction from a private seller (rather than an expiring name) and may have had…



Some Buyers Will Pay a Premium at GoDaddy

By Elliot Silver DomainInvesting.com: There have been a number of times where I received a direct inquiry or offer on a domain name, and instead of doing a deal directly with my company, the buyer will purchase the domain name via GoDaddy, where I also have it listed for sale. Sometimes the deal is done…



Six figures in one day : Mike Mann’s unstoppable rebound after dropping 50,000 #domains

By DomainGang DomainGang.com: Mike Mann is unstoppable; the serial domain entrepreneur is rolling in the dough, after making net sales totaling six figures in one day. Dropping 50,000 domains at the end of June was another lifesaver for Mike Mann’s Domain Market outfit, saving him almost half a million dollars in renewal fees! Mike’s domain…



Reviewing 4-letter domains sold in June

By Kassey Lee Domain Name Wire: Kassey Lee examines potential Chinese buyers for recent four-letter domain purchases. Here are some 4-letter domains sold in June. It seems to me that lately, the sentiment regarding 4L domains is quite pessimistic. At least in China, 4L domains have practical use. There are still many companies using 4-pin…



Eurisko.com : A 25 year old #domain hit with #UDRP – who won?

By DomainGang DomainGang.com: Eurisko.com is a domain registered in 1994, making it 25 years old. A trademark registered in 2020 led to a UDRP filed by Eurisko Mobility LLC, Lebanon. Eurisko means “I find” in ancient Greek. According to the UDRP: The Complainant is the owner of trademark registration EURISKO, registered on May 5, 2020…



212 Domain Discoveries for July 10th

By Michael Sumner NameBio.com: Every day we scan more than one hundred thousand domains across all the major marketplaces and pending delete lists to find domains you can buy that have sold in the past. Sale history, like the age of a domain name, is a great proxy for quality to help the cream rise…



$223k in Sales on July 9th – Wiz.io sold for $28,888 – Daily Market Report

By Michael Sumner NameBio.com: The top sale of the day was Wiz.io which sold for $28,888 at Park.io. NameBio recorded 312 sales $100+ for a total of $200,172 with an average sale price of $642. Compared to the previous day there was a decrease of 3% in the number of sales and the total dollar…



Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday July 10th, 2020

By ShaneCultra DSAD.com: There’s not doubt this fall is going to be a mess in the US. But a mess on the outside means a killer fall for online companies. Universities and schools are probably going to be the hardest hit. Not many sports, limited to no, in school education. Everyone has invested in Zoom…



GoDaddy’s loss is DropCatch’s gain on EveryDayCounts.com

By Raymond Hackney The Domains: Well this is a weird one, back in May I wrote about everydaycounts.com closing at auction on GoDaddy for $2,601. The domain name was at Tucows not GoDaddy. I would imagine the winner did not pay and the domain was left to expire. So now DropCatch gets the windfall. It’s…



SmmFollow.com sold for $10,250

By NamePros Daily Domaining Tips: Today: Share Your Quantum Cryptography & Encryption Domains / How and where to monitor high-end domain name sales / The most valuable LETTER in the alphabet based on the first letter of domains sold / and More… Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community…



The Chagossians want .io back and they are fixated on cryptos using .io

By Raymond Hackney TLDInvestors.com: Back in 2014 GigaOM published a story on the .io extension, the country code for the British Indian Ocean Territory. With the ominous title, The dark side of .io: How the U.K. is making web domain profits from a shady Cold War land deal. Things came to the surface about who…



Domain Industry Update – Week 17

Michael Gilmour: The data this week has the potential to be a real bell-weather for the domain industry in the coming months. The tussle between Google and the direct advertising networks is really hotting up. I’m still wondering what’s going to happen to all of the unspent marketing dollars that were slated for Facebook by…



Aura Acquires Brand Match Aura.com Domain Name

By Elliot Silver I track thousands of one word .com domain names using the invaluable DomainTools Monitor Tool. In this morning’s Monitor Alert email, I noticed that Aura.com transferred from Uniregistry to GoDaddy. The domain name had been privately registered at Uniregistry, and it is still registered under Whois privacy at GoDaddy. When I visited…



Interest in one-word .VC domains is spiking on Park.io

By Morgan MorganLinton.com: Back in February I wrote an article about how popular the .VC domain extension is becoming in the venture capital world. At that time .VC names were dropping and sold all the time through Park.io but the prices rarely went over a few hundred dollars. Fast forward to today and the bidding…



How to Sell an eCommerce Business

By Lars Lofgren Selling an ecommerce business isn’t quite the same as selling a traditional brick and mortar company. In some ways, it’s much easier to sell an online store, and in other ways, there are additional challenges. People decide to sell their ecommerce shop for various reasons. Maybe you’ve reached a pivotal moment of…



Making the Case for Determining Risk Based on Domains

By 1330 Deciding what Threat Intelligence platform to use is a huge decision for any security professional. Learn how DomainTools Threat Intelligence solutions help empower security teams to identify threats faster, improve productivity and reduce events. Source: Blog Domain Tools     



What is an Off-Brand Domain Name & Why Avoiding it Matters

By Jamie Zoch Uniregistry.com: An off-brand domain name is when the domain name doesn’t match a companies branding exactly, mostly with a .com at the end. Example: Brand: Uni Off-Brand Domain Name: Uniregistry.net Best/Brand match domain: Uni.com Why does this matter? It is more likely now than in the past that your business is ……



Before the surge: .Com in March

By Andrew Allemann Domain Name Wire: Registrars saw an uptick in new registrations in March, which turned into a flood in April. ICANN has published the latest official data from Verisign (NASDAQ: VRSN) about the .com namespace. This registrar-by-registrar report covers March 2020. This data gives the first inkling of increased demand for domains thanks…



Is Domain Name Presentation Important?

By Bob Hawkes NamePros.com: In a recent NamePros Blog post, I looked at the different ways a domain name can be found. One of the most important is through the lander. Over the last few years additional marketplace choices, and additional lander options at marketplaces, make it possible to add a variety of presentation elements…



Aura Acquires Brand Match Aura.com Domain Name

By Elliot Silver DomainInvesting.com: I track thousands of one word .com domain names using the invaluable DomainTools Monitor Tool. In this morning’s Monitor Alert email, I noticed that Aura.com transferred from Uniregistry to GoDaddy. The domain name had been privately registered at Uniregistry, and it is still registered under Whois privacy at GoDaddy. When I…



An update on the Chinese domain name market

By Kassey Lee Domain Name Wire: Chinese government releases domain name report. I just read the “Internet and Domain Industry Report” (互联网域名产业报告) published in June this year and would like to share with you some of its highlights that may help you understand the Chinese domain market. The report was written by the China Academy…



AUCTION RECAP OF JULY 8, 2020

By Travis M. DSAD.com: A look at the final auction prices, closeouts and more from the domain auction list posted on July 8, 2020. If there is an asterisk (*) next to a price, it means that the name was at auction from a private seller (rather than an expiring name) and may have had…



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