Daily archives: April 8th, 2019

Hand registering a million dollar domain

By NamePros Daily Domaining Tips: Today: The best time-day to outbound / Domain Battle Round #2 – Thunderdome Contest / Heighten.com sold for $6,250 / And more! Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today! CBD + Key Word dot com or co.uk – Paying up to £500 –…



JudyGarland.com and .net Subject of UDRP

By Elliot Silver According to the WIPO UDRP database, a UDRP has been filed against JudyGarland.com and JudyGarland.net. The UDRP was filed by The Trustees of the Judy Garlands Heirs Trust. The case is WIPO Case D2019-0789. Judy Garland was an American actress who died in 1969. I think this UDRP has the potential to…



93 Content Marketing Tools You Need to Check Out in 2019

By Quick Sprout Editorial Content marketing is different these days. You used to be able to publish blog posts on just about anything, and you’d get at least some traffic. But now, you won’t get any. Quality content marketing takes a lot of time and effort—there’s just no way around it. But there are, of…



George Kirikos Launched a New Blog at FreeSpeech.com and The Fireworks Have Already Begun

DNJournal: Outspoken domain industry expert George Kirikos launched a new blog at FreeSpeech.com on Friday and it is already making waves. Source: Domaining     



The Threat Hunting Mixtape

By Kelsey LaBelle A new industry buzzword in the infosecurity space is the concept of threat hunting. A now widely-accepted discipline (77% have a moderate or high degree of understanding about threat hunting)… Source: Blog Domain Tools     



#NetSol enters the #domain spam market with unsolicited offers via its Certified Offer Service

By DomainGang DomainGang.com: Certified Offer Service is an unsolicited email, aka “spam” from Network Solutions, targeting domain owners. Why is this service a nuisance and unwelcome to domain investors? Simply put, the doofuses at NetSol don’t bother to check the domain name’s lander, and they ignore existing minimum asking prices, or th… Source: Domaining     



I had some burning questions about .inc, here are the answers to them

By Morgan MorganLinton.com: One of the more recent new domain name extensions to launch is .inc, and I’ll be completely transparent in letting you know I don’t own any at the moment. I’ve steered almost completely clear of investing in new domain extensions as I’ve only ever seen a meaningful return from my .COM investments….



JudyGarland.com and .net Subject of UDRP

By Elliot Silver DomainInvesting.com: According to the WIPO UDRP database, a UDRP has been filed against JudyGarland.com and JudyGarland.net. The UDRP was filed by The Trustees of the Judy Garlands Heirs Trust. The case is WIPO Case D2019-0789. Judy Garland was an American actress who died in 1969. I think this UDRP has the potential…



New Zealand Herald Writes About Escrow.com

By Elliot Silver Over the weekend, the business section of the New Zealand Herald featured an article about the growing business of Escrow.com. Featuring some insight from Freelancer.com CEO Matt Barrie, the article offered some insight into what Escrow.com does and how the company has grown into “almost a monopoly” in the domain name space….



Recent Domain Sales That Have Been Developed (pics): Visionable.com, fbdev.com & more

By Travis M. DSAD.com: The screenshots below are examples of buyers of domains from the past few months that have either developed their sites, or purchased an upgrade domain and have redirected their acquisition to an existing website. Visionable.com sold for $7,900 on Sedo. The name went to a UK company named Visionable. They develop…



Who owned the #domain SayCheese.com and why is it a hot auction at #DropCatch?

By DomainGang DomainGang.com: The domain SayCheese.com dropped, and its expired auction is in the final hours at DropCatch. The popular phrase “say cheese” is a reference to a photographer’s prompt to their subject, in order to get the “perfect smile.” More than 320 million results in Google for “say cheese,” so why did s… Source:…



Did Roussos pull off the impossible? Google, Donuts, Radix all drop out of .music race

By Kevin Murphy DomainIncite.com: Google won’t be the registry for the .music gTLD. The company, along with pure-play registries Donuts and Radix, late last week withdrew their respective applications from the .music contention set, leaving just three possible winners in the running. Those are Amazon, MMX, and DotMusic, the company run by long-time .music fanbo……



Toni.com expires and in first few hours already at $21,000+

By Raymond Hackney The Domains: Toni.com hit GoDaddy expired auctions this morning and is already up to $21,260. The domain looks to have been registered in 1996 and owned by a company from Ecuador. The company, Industrias Lácteas Toni S.A has an active website at ToniCorp.com. Where do you think it closes? Bid Date Bid…



Daily Domain Picks 4-8-19

By Raymond Hackney TLDInvestors.com: Daily Domain Picks 4-8-19 ScienCentral.com was the top close on Sunday at $10,250. Verra.com closed at $4,576 on GoDaddy was sold back in 2010 for $921. Top sales/closes from yesterday: sciencentral.com 10,250 USD 2019-04-07 GoDaddy heighten.com 6,250 USD 2019-04-07 NameJet organicavenue.com 5,650 USD 2019-04-07 GoDaddy verra.com 4,5… Source: Domaining     



Big news: Enom switches from NameJet to GoDaddy for expired domains

By Andrew Allemann Domain Name Wire: GoDaddy adds coveted Enom inventory to its expired domain name auctions. GoDaddy Auctions has another domain name registrar on its expired domain platform and this one is a doozy: Enom. This morning I noticed many Enom domain names flowing through GoDaddy Auctions’ expiry stream. The move is not surprising….



New Zealand Herald Writes About Escrow.com

By Elliot Silver DomainInvesting.com: Over the weekend, the business section of the New Zealand Herald featured an article about the growing business of Escrow.com. Featuring some insight from Freelancer.com CEO Matt Barrie, the article offered some insight into what Escrow.com does and how the company has grown into “almost a monopoly” in the domain name…



152 Domain Discoveries for April 8th

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…



“Stringent” new online censorship law could affect domain companies

By Kevin Murphy DomainIncite.com: Blame Zuck. The UK government is planning to introduce what it calls “stringent” new laws to tackle abusive behavior online, and there’s a chance it could wind up capturing domain name registries and registrars in its net. The Department for Culture, Media and Sport this morning published what it calls the…



$164k in Sales on April 7th – Sciencentral.com sold for $10,250 – Daily Market Report

By Michael Sumner NameBio.com: GoDaddy had the top sale of the day for two days in a row, this time it was Sciencentral.com which sold for $10,250. NameBio recorded 284 sales $100+ for a total of $132,498 with an average sale price of $467. Compared to the previous day there was a decrease of 2%…



Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday April 8th, 2019

By ShaneCultra DSAD.com: It’s one of the simplest things but people still don’t do it. People ask me to list a name at auction and when I click on the domain itself it doesn’t lead to the auction. That means that everyone who actually know your name or could possibly be interested in your name…



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