Monthly archives: October, 2015

ICANN and OAS to Work Together to Increase Regional Cyber-Security – ag-IP-news Agency

Reporter: ICANN and OAS to Work Together to Increase Regional Cyber-Security ag-IP-news Agency LOS ANGELES, CA. – The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) and the General Secretariat of the Organization of American States (OAS), a public international organization, through the Executive Secretariat of the Inter-American&… Source: Domaining     



Sunday sweetness : Two Free “Chinese premium” domains

By DomainGang DomainGang.com: With Halloween and trick-or-treating, the focus shifted a tad yesterday, so there was no “free Chinese domain name” of the day. No worries though, today we’re sharing not one, but two “Chinese premium” domains, to make up for the devastating tardiness of Saturday. 😀 New statistical models in the Chinese… Source: Domaining…



Cyber security stocks get filip from Talk hack attack – Business Insider

Reporter: Business Insider Cyber security stocks get filip from Talk hack attack Business Insider The ISPY exchange-traded-fund, which lets investors hold a basket of cyber security stocks – such as Cisco Systems and Sophos Group – has risen around 3 percent. “As cyber crime continues to grow, governments and companies are prioritising cy… Source: Domaining…



NamePros Daily: [WTB] nnn.tv | nnn.me | LLL.biz | NNN.biz

By NameProsDaily RobbiesBlog.com: There were quite a few interesting threads that caught my eye today: Overdubs.com – Should I invest in .agency domains? / Looking to… The post NamePros Daily: [WTB] nnn.tv | nnn.me | LLL.biz | NNN.biz appeared first on Robbie’s Blog. Source: Domaining     



All treat and no trick : DomainX 2016 special “early bird” discount

By DomainGang DomainGang.com: Happy Halloween, and what a better time to offer some domainer candy, in the form of a massive 50% discount to DomainX 2016. The premier domain conference in India is already gearing up for the 2016 show, and is expected to draw record numbers of attendees. DomainX 2016 takes place in New…



Possibly useful advice for anyone from a VC going to WebSummit

By Alan Dodd LinkOrchard.com: In this article, we highlight a very useful article that appeared on the WebSummit blog recently. It offered various tips for startups attending tech conferences seeking funding – but I believe the advice could be used by anyone. Okay so I’m brushing up on the WebSummit tech conference prep and I’m…



Flippa Recap: YA3.com, BAMZ.com, Mars.net, DMZ.org, LLLLDomains.com, More

By Aaron DomainShane.com: Some Domains That Sold * DMZ.org @ $7,200 (Buy it Now) – Great price for the seller in my opinion, and the transfer appears to have taken place. Over 100,000 searches per month for the term, per Estibot. Bidding was at about $4,500 when the buyer came in at the BIN price….



Come Join Us for the 2nd Annual DSAD NamesCon Lunch at Greenberg’s Deli

By ShaneCultra DomainShane.com: Last year our Domain Shane Accidental Domainer Namescon Lunch was such a hit we decided to do it again this year. I’m sure you’ve read on every domain blog the last few days that NamesCon’s prices go up at midnight tonight. and it reminded me I probably needed to get on everyone’s…



.CLUB’s first-ever China Auction is in full swing

By Morgan MorganLinton.com: The .CLUB registry is holding their first domain name auction in China thanks to a partnership with EachNIC. The auction is in full swing now with some of the first auctions ending in less than seven hour from the time this post was published. The auction includes domain names like C.club, JC.club,…



LLL : Bra domain just changed hands

By DomainGang DomainGang.com: Someone from China just grabbed onto the premium LLL .com domain name, Bra.com. The domain, which just so happen to represent an industry popular with half the world’s population, was last seen for sale two years ago. According to the WHOIS changes via DomainTools, Bra.com was moved away from a well-known domain…



Most People Have Difficulties Accepting Different Opinions

By Andrei Domaining Tips: I’ve been blogging here on DomainingTips for almost 8 years and have come to the conclusion that I am without a doubt insane. Let me explain. Albert Einstein is credited with saying that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. The…



Americans own the majority of LL .com domains

By DomainGang DomainGang.com: American domain investors, entrepreneurs and companies own – for now – the majority of so-called “Chinese premium”, two letter (LL) .com domain names. That’s the result of data analysis performed by expert Canadian domain investor, George Kirikos. Chinese premium letters form a subset of the Latin alphab… Source: Domaining     



Chinese domain market ready to expand into 12 digits

By DomainGang DomainGang.com: The Chinese domain market is about to explode into unexplored territory, never experienced before by domain investors. Did you think six and seven numbers were ridiculous? Well, grab onto your chow mein dishes because there’s big news about 10 or even 12 digits soon becoming the Golden Chalice of Chinese domainer choice….



Tech’s Fab 5 Are Now Worth $2.2 trillion; Julian Assange: Google Is Hillary Clinton’s ‘Secret Wea…

By The Frager factor The Frager factor: How Safe Are Your Domain Names? How to Get a Meeting with a Billionaire; Branding Is About Creating Patterns, Not Repeating Messages; Carnegie bought a university. So did Stanford. Now, it’s Apple’s turn; Germany is about to start up a monster machine that could revolutionize the way we…



NamesCon Early-Bird Pricing Of $399 Ends Today

By Konstantinos Zournas OnlineDomain.com: Today is the last day to get the $399 early-bird pricing on NamesCon 2016. The offer expires on October 31st, and you can save 60% ($600) off your NamsCon ticket. The price keeps increasing to $999 as we get closer to … → Source: Domaining     



$194k in Sales on October 30th – Finit.com sold for $20,000 – Daily Market Report

By NameBio NameBio.com: Sedo had the top four sales yesterday. The top sale of the day was finit.com which sold for $20,000. NameBio recorded 268 sales for a total of $194,464 with an average sale price of $726. Compared to the previous day there was an increase of 2% in the number of sales but…



DomainShane’s BIG LIST of Domain Auction Picks: Saturday, October 31st, 2015

By ShaneCultra DomainShane.com: Hype. I just found out why all the LLLL.coms and numerics have risen over the last year. Turns out its not real Chinese money. It’s not an economy of people looking for somewhere to put their money. No its a few bloggers and celebrity domain investors hyping an entire market. We’re single…



Domain Discoveries for October 31st

By NameBio 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 to…



ccTLDs Could Have Devastating Consequences To Your Global Business

By Tracy Fogarty eNaming.com: Two-letter country-specific domain extensions like .au for Australia and .cn for China are known as country-code top-level domains (“ccTLDs”) and they have been in existence for years. There are 243 listed, and of the 184 that are actively allowing registration, 84 are unrestricted— meaning anyone from anywhere can simply regi… Source:…



Go Daddy Auction Picks 10-31-15

By Raymond Hackney TLDInvestors.com: Go Daddy Auction Picks 10-31-15 Powered by ExpiredDomains.com A couple 4L.com that start with double q are heating up on Halloween, QQHP.com and QQNG.com are at $1,975 each. Both names are aged over a decade. Toni.net is at $151 and I expect this one to move up throughout the day, last…



Sales reined in on Cup weekend – Domain News

Reporter: Domain News Sales reined in on Cup weekend Domain News Domain Group senior economist Andrew Wilson said Australia’s official interest rates were far higher than rates in other developed countries, and unemployment here was staying stubbornly above 6 per cent. “The case has clearly strengthened over the … Source: Domaining     



Uniregistry : Tapping into the lucrative domain market of India

By DomainGang DomainGang.com: Uniregistry announced the immediate availability of domain registrar services for the Indian ccTLD, dot .IN. Tapping into the lucrative domain market of India, Uniregistry’s founder, Frank Schilling, tweeted in both English and Hindu the news: India just got a better registrar, Uniregistry now supports .in names. .IN: Retail $8… Source: Domaining     



Saturday Musings – Job Well Done

Michael Gilmour: This past week I saw my son Timothy come alive. I’d just stepped into the house after the 30 hour journey from ICANN, Dublin and he told me that he’d just been found out that he’d got a job. This wasn’t just any job but one that involved him going from school to…



Less than 24-hours left to save 60% on NamesCon 2016 tickets

By Morgan MorganLinton.com: NamesCon has quickly become the largest conference in the domain name world, and if you’re going next year (less than three months from now) don’t forget to buy your ticket before Saturday night. Starting Sunday tickets go up by 60% and at $399 it’s a hard price to beat. For me NamesCon…



Google Upset With Symantec Over False Security Certificates

By Raymond Hackney The Domains: According to PCMag.com Google is rather peeved at Symantec for issuing fraudulent security certificates for numerous domains, including Google. This started out with just a few bad certs and then Google started looking into it themselves. Google found more bad certs than what Symantec first quoted, a few weeks later…



Twitter Poll: Are You Attending NamesCon?

By Elliot Silver I saw that Twitter began enabling users to post polls, so I thought a poll about NamesCon 2016 would be appropriate. Are you going to NamesCon in January? https://t.co/VXl0upK2jO — Elliot Silver (@DInvesting) October 30, 2015 As I wrote about this morning, NamesCon is offering conference tickets for $399 until the end…



Top 4 Cyber Industry Scare Tactics

By DomainTools Between the hauntingly large volume of sugar we all consume and strangers knocking on our door for an extended period of time, there is no denying that Halloween is a scary time. All of us at DomainTools decided this would be a fun opportunity to touch on four ongoing and overdone scare tactics…



Top Topics: 14,000 New LLLL .net’s; .BIZ Value; 6N Registrations…

By David Walker NamePros.com: The most popular discussions this week include a recent two-day promotion for discounted .net registrations that resulted in 14,000 new LLLL.net’s, the current and future value of .biz domain names, 6N .com’s having 500,000 reported registrations without the number 4, and methods of acquiring LLLL.com’s without dealing with resellers… Source: Domaining…



NamesCon Price Increasing in 2 Days

By Elliot Silver NamesCon founder Richard Lau sent me an email to remind me that the price of NamesCon tickets will be increasing on November 1. The discounted $399 rate is good through tomorrow, at which point I am told the conference ticket cost will increase to $599 (it will later increase to $799 and…



A Step-by-Step Guide to Creating a High Converting Webinar

By Neil Patel I know that you understand the power of blogging and building an email list. But the next step is often harder to grasp. How do you turn those readers and subscribers into customers? I’ve seen many online business owners work hard for several years to build a solid audience and not know…



eJaculator : Domainer’s adult project campaign comes complete!

By DomainGang DomainGang.com: On October 26th, the eJaculator campaign finished its funding successfully, raising $89,817 dollars. That’s 175% of the original target and founder Attila Steven Csanyi’s is very pleased. The adult device uses a unique combination of a physical masturbatory component for men, which contributes to climaxing; there is a Virtual R… Source: Domaining…



Utilizing Advertising Assets Can Make You Less Reliant On Advertising Expenditures

By Claude Dauman TLDInvestors.com: In running a business, large or small, one quickly becomes very aware of the benefits of advertising as well as its high cost. There are many advertising mediums to choose from, including television, print, radio, outdoor advertising, pay-per-click and more. National TV advertising requires very deep pockets. The cost of creating…



Can’t Wait to *Finally* Make It to a Conference

By Andrei Domaining Tips: The price of a NamesCon ticket will go up from $399 to $599 on the 1st of November and I have to say, I really wish I could go. It’s reasonably priced and I’ve heard nothing but great things about it. Unfortunately, since I live on the other side of the…



New gTLD Development: One.hiphop, Disposable.link, WMD.hosting

By Aaron DomainShane.com: Below is another look at a few developed sites on the new gTLDs. Screenshots are linked to the sites if you’d like to check them out for yourself. One.hiphop This is another example of a company that’s using the new gTLDs to span the dot and shorten their domain — in this…



20 Companies Changed Logos This Year, But What About Their Domains? NASA Needs a Programmer Fluen…

By The Frager factor The Frager factor: Get Paid To Be Yourself; Forget Chinese buyers (or maybe because of them) Record levels of cash flocking to the U.S.; Goldman Agrees to Pay $50 Million For RDH: How Super Confident People React to Bad News; 10 Amazing Entrepreneurs Who Had Accomplished Nothing By Age 30; Why…



Twitter Poll: Are You Attending NamesCon?

By Elliot Silver DomainInvesting.com: I saw that Twitter began enabling users to post polls, so I thought a poll about NamesCon 2016 would be appropriate. Are you going to NamesCon in January? https://t.co/VXl0upK2jO — Elliot Silver (@DInvesting) October 30, 2015 As I wrote about this morning, NamesCon is offering conference tickets for $399 until the…



One Robocaller badmouthing another…

By Andrew Allemann Domain Name Wire: Pot calling kettle black. The robocalls to my cell phone continue, and occasionally I play along. This morning I received a robocall from my “local Google specialist” informing me it had a first page location available for me. I wondered if it was Local Lighthouse, the company being sued…



Top 4 Cyber Industry Scare Tactics

By DomainTools Whois.Domaintools.com: Between the hauntingly large volume of sugar we all consume and strangers knocking on our door for an extended period of time, there is no denying that Halloween is a scary time. All of us at DomainTools decided this would be a fun opportunity to touch on four ongoing and overdone scare…



FREE Chinese domain of the day!

By DomainGang DomainGang.com: It’s Friday and what a better day to troll out some freebies! With the Chinese domain market exploding, it’d be great to bypass the crowds currently selling overpriced domains. So we partnered with Tā Mā De Gàn Domains in Beijing, China, and one of their helpfull employees provides us with the Free…



NamesCon Price Increasing in 2 Days

By Elliot Silver DomainInvesting.com: NamesCon founder Richard Lau sent me an email to remind me that the price of NamesCon tickets will be increasing on November 1. The discounted $399 rate is good through tomorrow, at which point I am told the conference ticket cost will increase to $599 (it will later increase to $799…



Do You Have a Strategy? Is It Working? .BlackFriday: A $2.7 Billion Day

By The Frager factor The Frager factor: Can LinkedIn Corp. Market Its Way to Renewed Growth? Bulbs.com envisions a brighter future with private-label LEDs, Nobody’s Fool: Taking a stand on Poor CX, Mobile is Disrupting the Travel Industry – Here’s What You Can Do About It! What Does Your Body Language Say About You? Apple…



Which 38 Cities Have Their Own Top Level Domain? (Infographic)

By Konstantinos Zournas OnlineDomain.com: Christopher Hofman Laursen from the European Domain Centre published a moving infographic displaying all 38 cities from all over the world that have their own new gTLDs. “By now most people know that a lot of new domain extensions have … → Source: Domaining     



Like Intellectual Property, Investing in Premium Domain Names Creates Value for Your Business

By Tracy Fogarty eNaming.com: Domains, along with trademarks and other Intellectual Property (“IP”), can be powerful tools for creating value for your business. These are commercially valuable assets that help make-up your business brand. Yet, many businesses that willing spend a small fortune in registering trademarks and marketing problematic domains, inexplic… Source: Domaining     



The Economist on the state of company naming

By Andrew Allemann Domain Name Wire: Do you agree with The Economist’s viewpoint? There’s only one print publication that still makes its way to my mailbox, at that’s The Economist. Last week’s Schumpeter column talks about the state of company naming, and paints a rather bleak picture. You should read the entire article, but here…



Some Folks Are Asleep At The Wheel Give YOU the Opportunity

By DropGrabs – Webmaster DropGRABS.com: Some Folk Are Asleep At The Wheel .COM People Names FOUND as Available TODAY 125 Items in .COM Reg Fee OPPS ….. FitnessCommitted.com ….. Domain FOR SALE Contact via eMail – DomainBELL@Yahoo.com – On to the Treats… Source: Domaining     



Building out your traffic to the max > more Mark, less Eduardo..

By Alan Dodd LinkOrchard.com: In this article, we explore the options for web builders, and in particular type in domain holders, to build out their traffic. Ok so many of us are at this web thing a while now; a quick recap. You’ve probably seen the acclaimed movie “The Social Network ” from a few…



Web.com: New TLDs are not moving the needle

By Andrew Allemann Domain Name Wire: Contribution from new top level domain names isn’t significant, CEO says. Web.com CEO David Brown was asked about new top level domain names on yesterday’s investor conference call. Brown said the company isn’t doing “back flips” over the results, and says it’s not moving the needle for the firm….



Cyber security stocks get filip from Talk hack attack – The Fiscal Times

Reporter: Cyber security stocks get filip from Talk hack attack The Fiscal Times “As cyber crime continues to grow, governments and companies are prioritising cyber security as an essential investment. This is a sector we can expect to dominate headlines and corporate budgets,” said Kris Monaco, the head of ISE ETF Ventures. and more… Source:…



Cyber security stocks get filip from Talk hack attack – Reuters UK

Reporter: Reuters UK Cyber security stocks get filip from Talk hack attack Reuters UK The ISPY exchange-traded-fund, which lets investors hold a basket of cyber security stocks – such as Cisco Systems and Sophos Group – has risen around 3 percent. “As cyber crime continues to grow, governments and companies are prioritising cyber …… Source:…



Cyber security stocks get filip from Talk hack attack – Reuters

Reporter: Cyber security stocks get filip from Talk hack attack Reuters The ISPY exchange-traded-fund, which lets investors hold a basket of cyber security stocks – such as Cisco Systems and Sophos Group – has risen around 3 percent . “As cyber crime continues to grow, governments and companies are prioritising cyber … and more &ra……



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