Daily archives: June 22nd, 2018

How to get familiar with domain investing

By NamePros Daily Domaining Tips: Today: It’s Starting…Government Censorship On The Internet / Be sure to check all the marketplaces when you register a domain name / Reasons.com Sold for $50,001 / And more! Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today: If .com equals $X, then .net, .org…



Adding Like and Dislike buttons to my comments

By Morgan MorganLinton.com: Earlier this week I had dinner with my friend Steve Kaziyev. If you don’t know Steve, you probably do but just don’t know that you know him. He’s been in the domain industry for a long time and currently runs the NameSummit conference in NYC. During dinner Steve asked me, “hey, why…



SEC Filings Can Have Good Contact Information

By Elliot Silver Whether you are looking to privately acquire a domain name or sell a domain name you already own, it is essential to have the contact information for prospective buyers. With GDPR in place, finding good contact information for a company can be challenging. I have found that many consumer facing websites do…



MERGE! Announces a Half-Dozen Additions to Speaker’s Roster for 2018 Conference in Orlando

DNJournal: The 2nd annual MERGE! conference – coming to Orlando in September – continues to take shape with 6 new additions to the speaker’s roster today. Source: Domaining     



Daily Poll: How Many Times Do You Follow Up?

By Elliot Silver Negotiating to close a domain name sale is one of the more interesting (and perhaps exciting) aspects of domain investing. Engaging an active prospect and trying to work out a mutually agreeable deal never gets old for me. On the other hand, trying to get a lead to respond can be frustrating….



How to Improve Your Customer Service with These 8 Ways to Get Feedback

By Neil Patel It doesn’t matter what type of business you have or how long you’ve run it. Your customers are the lifelines of your brand. Whether you sell products, offer services, or a combination of the two, customer service needs to be one of your top priorities. You could have the best product in…



Top Topics: Is It Possible to Beat DropCatch?; VM.com Looks to Have Been Sold…

By James Iles NamePros.com: It has been mentioned several times on Twitter, but another two-letter .COM looks to have been sold very recently. This name, VM.com, moved to Escrow.com’s concierge account before moving under privacy protection to GoDaddy, which would indicate a sale. It’s unclear who bought the name, but it’s likely to be a…



Sweet outcome : #UDRP against SugarX .com is denied at the #WIPO

By DomainGang DomainGang.com: The UDRP against the aged domain SugarX.com has been denied at the WIPO; the law firm representing the Respondent is ESQwire, a DomainGang sponsor. In this case, the Complainant is Ferrer Internacional, S.A. of Barcelona, Spain, who asserted rights in the SUGARX mark in the US, since 2017. The Respondent stated that…



AUCTION RECAP OF JUNE 21, 2018

By Travis M. DSAD.com: A comprehensive look at the final auction prices, closeouts and more from the auction list posted on June 21, 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…



SEC Filings Can Have Good Contact Information

By Elliot Silver DomainInvesting.com: Whether you are looking to privately acquire a domain name or sell a domain name you already own, it is essential to have the contact information for prospective buyers. With GDPR in place, finding good contact information for a company can be challenging. I have found that many consumer facing websites…



Daily Poll: How Many Times Do You Follow Up?

By Elliot Silver DomainInvesting.com: Negotiating to close a domain name sale is one of the more interesting (and perhaps exciting) aspects of domain investing. Engaging an active prospect and trying to work out a mutually agreeable deal never gets old for me. On the other hand, trying to get a lead to respond can be…



Is Bitcoin about to hit a 6 Month Low? Hovering just above $6000

By Rick Schwartz Rick Schwartz: Morning Folks!! I sold all my bitcoin a while back before it crashed. Timing is everything! But Bitcoin has lost a lot of luster since then and it may be poised to hit a 6 month low of $6000 from a high close to $20,000 last December. Crypto is depressed….



How do I Afford to Carry these Domains For 20 Years? My First Question and Hurdle.

By Rick Schwartz Rick Schwartz: Morning Folks!! The first question I asked myself was how do I carry these great domains for 20 years? 20 years because that was the timeframe I believed it would take for all this “Information Superhighway” as it was called back then, to hit critical mass. Most concern themselves first…



The “disclosure” on this fake domain renewal notice is hilarious

By Andrew Allemann Domain Name Wire: Senders of misleading email specifically disclaim that it’s misleading. Domain Name Wire readers have surely received lots of fake renewal notices telling them they must pay or lose their domain name. Or, at least mislead them into thinking that. This all ends up in my spam folder, but when…



TNT’s Handpicked Best of the Drop and Auction List for 6/22/2018

By TNTNAMES TNTNames.com: Here is TNT’s Handpicked Best of the Drop and Auction List for 6/22/2018. 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 … → Source: Domaining     



Daily Domain Picks 6-22-18

By Raymond Hackney TLDInvestors.com: Daily Domain Picks 6-22-18 Reasons.com closed at $50,001 to lead the way on Thursday. UZY.com closed at a rather low $13,400. Reason.co sold for $5,300. Top sales/closes from yesterday: reasons.com 50,001 USD 2018-06-21 NameJet uzy.com 13,400 USD 2018-06-21 NameJet ecig.co.uk 9,275 USD 2018-06-21 Sedo liquide.com 6,380 USD 2018-06-21… Source: Domaining     



154 Domain Discoveries for June 22nd

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…



Regional court in Germany to reconsider Whois data GDPR case

By Andrew Allemann Domain Name Wire: Court exercises its option to re-evaluate its ruling before kicking appeal up to higher court. A German court that ruled against an injunction last month in a Whois data dispute will reconsider its decision. ICANN filed a legal action in Bonn after domain name registrar EPAG, which is owned…



$219k in Sales on June 21st – Reasons.com sold for $50,001 – 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 Reasons.com which sold for $50,001. NameBio recorded 286 sales for a total of $218,848 with an average sale price of $765. Compared to the previous day there was an increase of 50% in…



Has the world’s biggest new gTLD registry gone bankrupt?

By Kevin Murphy DomainIncite.com: Has Famous Four Media, by some measures the largest new gTLD registry, gone bankrupt? There’s some startling evidence that this may be the case, but the company and others concerned are maintaining radio silence. Last week, IANA’s administrative contact for all of the company’s 16 TLDs changed from its CEO, Geir…



Sorry to Say, But The Domain Name Industry IS in Decline! My Take.

By Rick Schwartz Rick Schwartz: Morning Folks!! As I look at the current conditions of the domain industry I can only come to the conclusion that the industry is in major decline. It did not start yesterday or even this year, it started a few years back and it is just getting more noticeable. My…



Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday June 22nd , 2018

By ShaneCultra DSAD.com: I’m not sure if this bothers anyone else but I now have about 95% of my offers from Uniregistry coming with nothing filled in the offer page. They’ve opted in but not filled in the offer section. I have 100% filled out from Efty. Yes, half of Efty offers are $22 or…



The Coinsquare Bitcoin/Cryptocurrency Exchange Is a Scam!

By Andrei Domaining Tips: What better way to start the day than telling you guys about how I’ve been scammed… Right from the beginning, I want to make this perfectly clear: if you were thinking about doing business with the Coinsquare.com bitcoin/cryptocurrency exchange, don’t. Just don’t. To explain how I’ve been scammed by Coin… Source:…



NamesCon Europe 2019 will be held in Lisbon, Portugal

By Konstantinos Zournas OnlineDomain.com: A few days back the 10th anniversary of Domaining Europe ended. Founder Dietmar Stefitz handed over the reins to NamesCon. The host city for NamesCon Europe 2019 will be Lisbon, Portugal. The conference will be held in June 2019. Venue and exact dates are still to be announced, but early-bird tickets…



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