Daily archives: February 19th, 2018

DNForum is coming back to life – meet the new owners

By Morgan MorganLinton.com: If you don’t know the history behind DNForum’s last year, well, I don’t have the energy to go through it all so let’s just say, the forum changed hands, then changed hands again, and then once more, which is where it is now. I am excited to say that the new owners…



Tough road ahead, as #DNForum owners are announced at the #domain forum

By DomainGang DomainGang.com: DNForum, the oldest domain name forum, has new owners; today, a formal announcement revealed the core team that acquired it. According to a post on DNForum.com, active members Castion, Seek99 and Johnn are the new co-owners. Lars Lima (Castion), Oliver Hoger (Seek99) and John Nguyen (Johnn) are their respective names. The enthusiasti……



AEX.com, Domain Name for Cryptocurrency Platform, Subject of UDRP

By Elliot Silver A UDRP has been filed against the high value AEX.com domain name. The UDRP was filed by Euronext N.V. at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). The case number is WIPO Case D2018-0348. It looks like AEX.com is a developed website and business related to cryptocurrency. The AEX about us page states…



AUCTION RECAP OF FEBRUARY 18, 2018

By Travis M. DSAD.com: A comprehensive look at the final auction prices, closeouts and more from the auction list posted on February 18, 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…



Premium domain name: Their value and why they cost so much

By Alvin Brown TLDInvestors.com: Why do premium domain names cost so much? What is the difference in a premium domain name versus a domain name? Domain names are quite powerful entities in the world of the internet, and can make or break a business when an owner allows the domain name to expire. If the…



Domains will go up faster in value than any other commodity ever known to mankind

By NamePros Daily Domaining Tips: Today: Monetizing Deleted Domains / Buyer does not wish to pay through PayPal after I already pushed the domain / Is $1 to $3 too much for a ‘decent’ but not high-quality domain? / And more! Here are the new domain discussions and domain news. Why does it have to…



How to Create an Engaging Facebook Cover Photo

By Neil Patel By now I’m sure you know how important it is to have an active presence on social media. You’ve been posting more often and trying to engage with your followers. This is great, but you need to make sure you’re not overlooking the small stuff. Often, I see business pages with cover…



Daily Poll: Should a Seller be Allowed to Cancel a Deal Because of a Pricing Error?

By Elliot Silver I was reading Ray Hackney’s article on TheDomains.com as well as the NamePros thread regarding DomainNames.com. Although it was later reported that the domain name was listed for sale in error, there was some talk about it being a pricing error. Some discussion then centered around whether a seller should be able…



Introducing The New Owners of DNForum

By ShaneCultra DSAD.com: The sale of DNForum.com was recently announced but the buyer was kept hidden until now. The buyers were the older members of DnForum and many of you are probably familiar with their screen names Seek99, Johnn, and Castion. Here is the official release and congratulations to the new owners. My name is…



AEX.com, Domain Name for Cryptocurrency Platform, Subject of UDRP

By Elliot Silver DomainInvesting.com: A UDRP has been filed against the high value AEX.com domain name. The UDRP was filed by Euronext N.V. at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). The case number is WIPO Case D2018-0348. It looks like AEX.com is a developed website and business related to cryptocurrency. The AEX about us page…



Insurance giant AXA loses fight for AXA.org

By Andrew Allemann Domain Name Wire: Company provides the evidence that panel used to dismiss the dispute. Insurance company AXA has lost a cybersquatting complaint it brought against the domain name axa.org. The owner of the domain name did not respond to the complaint, yet AXA itself provided the evidence necessary for the panel to…



#AXA dot .org : Advocates Across America get to keep aged #domain

By DomainGang DomainGang.com: The domain AXA.org was registered in 1997 to Advocates Across America. AXA SA of Paris, France, attempted to get the domain via the UDRP process at the WIPO, by claiming rights to the AXA mark. Despite not having an active web site at AXA.org, the acronym reflects its purpose, according to the…



Here are the first 10 domain name appraisals from Mike Mann and AccurateAppraisals.com

By Konstantinos Zournas OnlineDomain.com: Here are the first 10 domain name appraisals from Mike Mann and AccurateAppraisals.com. The average price of the 10 appraisals was $340,062. The lowest price was $68,221 and the highest price was $1,261,555. RegentStreet.com $246,555 Racism.com $273,221 HouseKeepers.com $68,221 Donations.com $206,555 NewsBreak.com $73,221 HomeFinance… Source: Domaining     



Domain negotiations : Never refer to “alternative options” when seeking to buy a domain

By Theo Develegas Acro: Everyone wants to buy a domain name as cheap as possible. Beginning with this axiom, the domain seller’s perspective is the exact opposite: maximize Return On Investment. It’s 2018, and and endless line of new companies and partnerships, start-ups and non-profits pop up, in need of a domain name. Expectations vary,…



Christa Taylor talks domains – DNW Podcast #173

By Andrew Allemann Domain Name Wire: An in-depth discussion on the state of new top level domains. What makes for a good top level domain name? Well, it starts with the ABIC test. Christa Taylor of dotTBA has helped many companies apply for, plan for and/or launch top level domain names. This puts her in…



#Chinese #domain market report : The Year of the #Dog begins

By DomainGang DomainGang.com: The Chinese New Year celebrations are underway, and the Year of the Dog is upon us. Xin nian kuai le to our Chinese readers. Chinese domain investors are traveling across the country to meet with families and loved ones. Millions of presents are going to be exchanged, many of which are in…



#Domain Edit.com received six figure bid on #Sedo

By DomainGang DomainGang.com: Edit.com, an aged, generic domain listed on the currently active GreatDomains auction by Sedo, has received a six figure bid. Registered in 1994, Edit.com is now at $120,000 dolllars. The reserve has yet to be met, however, and the auction ends in 3 days. No historical data exists on a past sale…



Daily Poll: Should a Seller be Allowed to Cancel a Deal Because of a Pricing Error?

By Elliot Silver DomainInvesting.com: I was reading Ray Hackney’s article on TheDomains.com as well as the NamePros thread regarding DomainNames.com. Although it was later reported that the domain name was listed for sale in error, there was some talk about it being a pricing error. Some discussion then centered around whether a seller should be…



Tax Credits, Brackets, Deductions: How to Hold On to More of Your Dough

By The Frager factor The Frager factor: Secretive messaging app Telegram is selling a $2 billion crypto dream …; Scientists Issued a Grim New Warning on Climate Change; “What’s The ROI Of Personal Branding?” You Called Me. That’s The ROI.; Next-Generation Crypto-Ledgers Take the Block Out of Blockchain; China’s Dystopian Tech Could Be Contagious;Coinbase Commerce…



Daily Domain Picks 2-19-18

By Raymond Hackney TLDInvestors.com: Daily Domain Picks 2-19-18 Go Daddy Auction Picks 2-19-18 Powered by ExpiredDomains.com TropicalVacations.com a good name for that niche, ripe for development. Going to be expensive, already at $3,100. CryptoPayment.org next best extension it seems for crypto has been .org after .com. Solid name. • Allington.com • AnywhereTours.com… Source: Domaining     



$120k in Sales on February 18th – ZWZ.com sold for $32,200 – Daily Market Report

By Michael Sumner NameBio.com: NameJet had the top sale of the day for two days in a row, this time it was ZWZ.com which sold for $32,200. NameBio recorded 190 sales for a total of $120,217 with an average sale price of $633. Compared to the previous day there was a decrease of 4% in…



Online Jobs – Does country code even matter?

By Mike Sullivan SullysBlog.com: John Jonas is an internet marketer and the founder of onlinejobs.ph. He is known as the guy to go to for how to replace themselves and live the 17-hour work week. He’s all about spending as little time working as needed, and spending more of that time with family, golfing, and…



148 Domain Discoveries for February 19th

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…



Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday February 19th, 2018

By ShaneCultra DSAD.com: The old too good to be true thing works in almost every situation. When you find a name that is listed at BIN but missing a zero, especially by a big company, almost everyone would jump on it. Even when you know its too good to be true. DomainNames.com was listed accidentally…



Poll: What you registering today TLDs / CCTLDs or GTLDs

By admin RegisterADot.com: I wanted to create a quick poll to get an understanding of what domainers are registering today, after reading so many threads on Namepros recently from many new domain investors who believe that Domaining is Dead it would be interesting to see what people are registering today. I only own one gTLD…



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