Daily archives: February 9th, 2018

How to present the .com to the owner of the ccTLD version

By NamePros Daily Domaining Tips: Today: California, Silicon Valley Domain Investor Meetup / .CC end user domain markets / Domain names are a decentralized technology / And more! Here are the new domain discussions and domain news. How much is your limit on single domain auctions? – Is there a such a thing as a…



#Facebook and #China’s government are now using #facial recognition

By DomainGang DomainGang.com: The Chinese government and its police force, are using intelligent glasses to locate persons of interest. The “Big Brother” state can scan 1.3 billion profiles in just three seconds, and utilizes facial recognition to constrain movement of political and religious groups, along with the obvious hunt of criminals. In China,… Source: Domaining…



How to Increase Open Rates with These 7 Email Subject Lines

By Neil Patel How long does it take you to write marketing emails? If you’re anything like me, you put lots of thought, effort, and time into each and every word in the message. That’s what it takes to write actionable email newsletters. Your message is full of great content. You might even have some…



Day 20 – Reflect on your experience

By Mike Sullivan SullysBlog.com: Day 20 of 21 days to becoming a better domainer and today is about taking a look back on what has worked and what has not. It’s only been 20 days, but periodically, you need to stop and take note of what’s been going on. Often times, you’ll get so caught…



Daily Poll: Will the Chinese Domain Market Rebound?

By Elliot Silver A few years ago, the Chinese market was on fire. “CHiPs” (Chinese premium domain names) sold for huge amounts of money. Numeric domain names appreciated even more, and people were registering somewhat nonsensical domain names (7, 8, and 9 numbers) because they speculated the China-based domain name buyers would buy them and…



A full decade of blogging on Acro.net

By Theo Develegas Acro: Time flies when one is having fun, and I just realized that this blog is now 10 years old. When I started Acro.net back on February 4th, 2008, the domain community was quite different from today. My primary domain exchange outlet was DNForum, and I had yet to meet with domain…



TNT’s Best of the Drop and Auction List for 2/9/2018!

By TNTNAMES TNTNames.com: Here is TNT’s Best of the Drop and Auction List for 2/9/2018. The Auction items are all Hand Picked NamePro’s Auction Lists! I will not be back-ordering or bidding on any of these domains myself. There are some really valuable … → Source: Domaining     



Top Topics: Significantly Increased Auction Activity; A Six-Figure Sale from 2011 Is Revealed…

By James Iles NamePros.com: Back in 2011, @Ron Jackson of DNJournal announced that domain investor @Braden Pollock acquired the domain Local.ly for $100,000. It was revealed that Braden immediately flipped the domain, but the price was undisclosed. This week, Braden took to NamePros… Source: Domaining     



Learn Sexy Civic Fund Raising 99+ .COM Reg Fee Opps

By admin DropGRABS.com: Today’s Treat List 99+ .COM Keyword Rich Reg Fee Opps Keyword Sampling: Learn Sexy Civic Fund Raising Business Award and MORE … Source: Domaining     



AUCTION RECAP OF FEBRUARY 8, 2018

By Travis M. DSAD.com: A comprehensive look at the final auction prices, closeouts and more from the auction list posted on February 08, 2018. 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…



#GDAX domain typo is killing it; what’s its #Afternic price?

By DomainGang DomainGang.com: If you trade cryptocurrencies such as BTC, ETH and LTC on Coinbase, you’re probably using its sister site, GDAX.com. The GDAX marketplace commands an insane amount of daily traffic, and according to Alexa it ranks at #199 in the US and #643 globally. A common anagram typo that we personally fat-finger often,…



Google is upping the ante on SSL

By Andrew Allemann Domain Name Wire: “Not Secure” will show on sites even if people aren’t filling out a form field. Google is upping the ante on SSL to nudge more websites toward moving to https:// Take a look at the graphic above. The top image currently shows in the address bar in Chrome for…



I’m A Leader In Tech, And I’m An Alcoholic; Scammers Selling Fake KodakCoins

By The Frager factor The Frager factor: 15 “Loser Jobs” that Will Pay You 6 Figures a Year; Exactly How to Make Calls, Earn Millions & Outrun Your Competition! Why Amazon’s Grocery Store May Not Be the Future of Retail; Crypto Exchange Coinbase to Use Machine Learning for Customer ID Verification; Wallet Wars? MyEtherWallet Developer…



Daily Poll: Will the Chinese Domain Market Rebound?

By Elliot Silver DomainInvesting.com: A few years ago, the Chinese market was on fire. “CHiPs” (Chinese premium domain names) sold for huge amounts of money. Numeric domain names appreciated even more, and people were registering somewhat nonsensical domain names (7, 8, and 9 numbers) because they speculated the China-based domain name buyers would buy them…



Verisign results: Tax law implications and two topics that weren’t discussed

By Andrew Allemann Domain Name Wire: Tax law will have big implications for Verisign. Verisign (VRSN) reported fourth quarter and full year earnings after the bell yesterday. Of note, the .com/.net base increased by 0.57 million domain names to 146.4 million. The company forecasted growth of 0.4 to 0.9 million for the quarter. For Q1,…



$182k in Sales on February 8th – CPX.com sold for $44,700 – Daily Market Report

By Michael Sumner NameBio.com: The top sale of the day was CPX.com which sold for $44,700 at NameJet. NameBio recorded 197 sales for a total of $181,825 with an average sale price of $923. Compared to the previous day there was a decrease of 5% in the number of sales but the total dollar amount…



94 Domain Discoveries for February 9th

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…



Daily Domain Picks 2-9-18

By Raymond Hackney TLDInvestors.com: Daily Domain Picks 2-9-18 Go Daddy Auction Picks 2-9-18 Powered by ExpiredDomains.com • Afrasia.com • AgricultureLand.com • BuyPal.com • CaliSport.com • Call2Action.com • CartAround.com • Comtoon.com • CoolWorker.com • CredibilityIndex.com • ElectionPro.com • EmailArea.com • EmailNewsletter.org • FishingLocations.com • FluidDesk.co… Source: Domaining     



Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday, Feb 9th, 2018

By ShaneCultra DSAD.com: There has been talk lately about “equality of outcome”. Basically meaning that people all have the same wealth and the same lives. While I believe in equality of opportunity I couldn’t disagree more with equality of outcome. It’s just not possible for several reasons. It’s almost impossible to insur… Source: Domaining     



RRPproxy’s New UI Comes up With Re-invented Reselling Features

By Sponsored Content The Domains: Sponsored by Key-Systems Minimizing effort, time and costs for the technical development of your system is always a good idea. However, selling domains and related products is not an easy-to-handle business sometimes. To provide your clients the best offering can mean to deal with thousands of top level domains, their…



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