Daily archives: March 7th, 2019

You’ll Never Get Anything If You Don’t Ask!

By Andrei Domaining Tips: Time and time again, this way of thinking proves to be wise, at least in my case. When it comes to anything from domains to real estate negotiations, it makes sense to get outside your comfort zone and even if you think you’re being too aggressive… just ask. I was involved…



How would you spend $2,500 on expired domain names?

By Morgan MorganLinton.com: It’s a question I often find myself running into and I know many Domain Investors ask themselves the same question all the time. To frame the question in something a bit more concrete I decided to throw out a number that I think is pretty representative for your average Domainer. If you…



Southampton.com sold for $36,237

By NamePros Daily Domaining Tips: Today: Looking to Purchase a LL.cn domain – Budget: Up to $1,000,000.00 / GLO.tv sold for $1,049! / Just Playground.TV sold for $3,000! / And more! Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today! Twork.net – I know twerking got popular a few years…



The Best Ecommerce WordPress Themes

By Lars Lofgren Choosing the right WordPress theme is important for everyone, but it’s especially crucial for ecommerce businesses: Your theme will ultimately have a direct impact on your conversion rates. As you know, conversions translate to dollars in the ecommerce world. Here’s the thing — selling products online is extremely competitive. You’re up against…



GoDaddy Universal TOS Phishing Attempt

By Elliot Silver Email spam filters have gotten pretty good at catching phishing attempts. Most of the time, phishing emails are caught and or blocked by email providers and never even seen by the intended recipient. In some cases, the emails make it to the user’s inbox but are marked as spam / junk. This…



NameJet/SnapNames sales report for February

By Raymond Hackney The Domains: Below is the February sales report from NameJet and SnapNames. The NamesCon live auction results are included. ol.com $900,000.00 NameJet/RightOfTheDot NamesCon Live Auction leads.com $435,000.00 NameJet/RightOfTheDot NamesCon Live Auction domainnames.com $370,000.00 NameJet/RightOfTheDot NamesCon Live Auction djs.com $130,000… Source: Domaining     



Chocolate.com Sells for Seven Figures

By Elliot Silver Yesterday afternoon, Kate Buckley reported the sale of the Chocolate.com domain name via Twitter. Her company, Buckley Media, brokered the sale of the domain name: Congratulations to our buyer and seller on https://t.co/PwqSwd0ncB! What an amazing asset! #domains #marketing #scale #chocolate #buckleymedia — Kate Buckley (@katebuckley1) March 6, 2019 I reached out…



Some less than stellar prices on a block of LLL.coms today

By Raymond Hackney TLDInvestors.com: You usually don’t see so many 3L.coms close on the same day at GoDaddy. But today we had a group of 8 close at the same time and that might have pushed their pricing down a bit. UXQ.com closed at $11,000 as the low and XKF.com closed at $15,850 at the…



Nobody cares if you are a reseller

By Raymond Hackney The Domains: One of the most common topics or posts on a domain forum is someone is looking to buy domain names at the mysterious “reseller or wholesale” price. There are two elements I would like to discuss, the psychology or method behind using the term, and secondly what are these prices?…



NDA Keeps Multi-Million $ Sale of Chocolate.com from Topping New Chart But It’s a Big Win for Kat…

DNJournal: Kate Buckley has just closed another major domain sale, brokering a multi-million dollar deal for Chocolate.com. More on all of the week’s top sales here. Source: Domaining     



#BlueLightCard : British company took 10 years to register trademark; loses #UDRP

By DomainGang DomainGang.com: Blue Light Card Ltd is a British corporation founded in 2008. The company’s product provides a benefits scheme for the UK’s Emergency Services, NHS & Armed Forces. They did not acquire a British trademark until 2018, however. By that time, a Taiwanese person had registered BlueLightCard.com in 2013. The Complainant op… Source:…



AUCTION RECAP OF MARCH 6, 2019

By Travis M. DSAD.com: A comprehensive look at the final auction prices, closeouts and more from the auction list posted on March 6, 2019. 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…



Verisign gets approval to sell O.com for $7.85

By Kevin Murphy DomainIncite.com: ICANN is to grant Verisign the right to sell a single-character .com domain name for the first time in over 25 years. The organization’s board of directors is due to vote next Thursday to approve a complex proposal that would see Verisign auction off o.com, with almost all of the proceeds…



The 4.0 Paradox

By The Frager factor The Frager factor: Today: AI, .IN, Domain Names. Ketamine, Esketamine, Depression, Career, Happiness I Took a Huge Pay Cut for a More Meaningful Job, and It Was Nothing Like I Expected Most Americans say they would give up a more lucrative job for a more meaningful job that pays less in…



.Dev domains are for idiots!

By Konstantinos Zournas OnlineDomain.com: I debated between a few titles for this post but decided that the worst one is best suited to wake some people up. The other title I thought was “there are zero (0) good .dev domain names!”. “.Dev domains are for idiots!” seems to go well with my other post a…



GoDaddy “Universal TOS” Phishing Attempt

By Elliot Silver DomainInvesting.com: Email spam filters have gotten pretty good at catching phishing attempts. Most of the time, phishing emails are caught and or blocked by email providers and never even seen by the intended recipient. In some cases, the emails make it to the user’s inbox but are marked as spam / junk….



22 end user sales up to $50,000

By enduser Domain Name Wire: A new NYC tourist attraction, a bank and a soccer score business bought domain names. It was a big week for end user domain name sales, led by a bank name for $50,000. Also notable (because it’s cool, not the price) is that the developer of Hudson Yards in New…



#Domain Boot.com sold for $70,000 dollars via #Sedo

By DomainGang DomainGang.com: The premium, aged domain Boot.com has sold on Sedo, for $70,000 dollars. The deal closed on Sedo, where it was brokered by Frank Tillmanns, who shared the news on social media: “BOOT.COM sold for $70,000 USD at Sedo.com!! Congratulations to enduser Buyer and Seller!” Registered in 1995, the domain Boot.com was used…



Chocolate.com Sells for Seven Figures

By Elliot Silver DomainInvesting.com: Yesterday afternoon, Kate Buckley reported the sale of the Chocolate.com domain name via Twitter. Her company, Buckley Media, brokered the sale of the domain name: Congratulations to our buyer and seller on https://t.co/PwqSwd0ncB! What an amazing asset! #domains #marketing #scale #chocolate #buckleymedia — Kate Buckley (@katebuckley… Source: Domaining     



Chocolate.com domain name sells for 7 figures

By Andrew Allemann Domain Name Wire: Buyer of valuable domain name has not been identified yet. Domain name broker Kate Buckley announced yesterday that she has brokered the sale of Chocolate.com: Congratulations to our buyer and seller on https://t.co/PwqSwd0ncB! What an amazing asset! #domains #marketing #scale #chocolate #buckleymedia — Kate Buckley (@katebuckley1) M… Source: Domaining…



Daily Domain Picks 3-7-19

By Raymond Hackney TLDInvestors.com: Daily Domain Picks 3-7-19 Boot.com was the top sale on Tuesday at $70,000. Solid one word name will be interesting to see how it’s used. Top sales/closes from yesterday: boot.com 70,000 USD 2019-03-06 Sedo southampton.com 36,237 USD 2019-03-06 Sedo 4349.com 35,400 USD 2019-03-06 NameJet 477.net 12,750 USD 2019-03-06 GoDaddy vip… Source:…



174 Domain Discoveries for March 7th

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…



$308k in Sales on March 6th – Boot.com sold for $70,000 – Daily Market Report

By Michael Sumner NameBio.com: Sedo had the top sale of the day for three days in a row, this time it was Boot.com which sold for $70,000. NameBio recorded 229 sales $100+ for a total of $287,746 with an average sale price of $1,257. Compared to the previous day there was a decrease of 19%…



Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday March 7th, 2019

By ShaneCultra DSAD.com: You’ve read here over the past year that I’ve tried to be more grateful and giving lately after realizing I wasn’t the person I wanted to be. I have a customer, now friend, that is from Iraq. I’ve learned from him that the dialect is very course and comes across harsh but…



At eleventh hour, most .uk registrants still don’t own their .uk names

By Kevin Murphy DomainIncite.com: Less than a quarter of all third-level .uk registrants have taken up the opportunity to buy their matching second-level domain, just a few months before the deadline. According to February stats from registry Nominet, 9.76 million domains were registered under the likes of .co.uk and .org.uk, but only 2.27 million domains…



Mohan takes the reins at Afilias

By Kevin Murphy DomainIncite.com: Ram Mohan has appears to have taken over the C-suite at Afilias. The long-time chief technology officer was also yesterday named to the newly created role of chief operating officer, with the suggestion that he’s also taken over much of the work of CEO Hal Lubsen. Afilias said Mohan will continue…



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