Day: January 15, 2020

When you sell a domain name outbound vs. inbound, do you end up leaving money on the table?

By Morgan MorganLinton.com: I was talking with another domain investor last week about the potential price difference you’ll see on average when you sell a domain outbound vs. inbound. There is a real difference between an inbound and an outbound sale, and it really comes down to leverage. When someone comes to you and wants…



Moving from a .com to a .us

By Raymond Hackney The Domains: You don’t see this everyday a domain change from a .com to a .us. Sipree.com changed their name to DigitalPay which is a solid brand name for what they do. The .com is sitting parked on a GoDaddy lander registered since 1999. The .co is at DAN.com with $15,000 buy…



The First Six-Figure Sale of the New Year Leads This Week’s Domain Sales Chart

DNJournal: Week two of the 2020 domain sales season produced the new year’s first reported six-figure sale. It helped the .coms sweep 16 of 20 chart entries, Source: Domaining     



Reading to maximize your returns in domain investing

By NamePros Daily TNTNames.com: Today: Tested.de sold for $7,949 / How to Contact Prospects According to Italian CanSpan Act / Page Howe Live Chat on 27.BE / and More… Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today: Buying … → Source: Domaining     



BIN or Accept Offers and Leads?

By Elliot Silver As someone who manages a portfolio of my own domain names, the majority of which I consider to be inventory I would like to move for reasonable retail prices, I have an internal debate about showing buy it now prices vs. accepting offers to generate leads. I am not sure if there…



Godaddy No Reserve Auctions Ending 1/15

Godaddy No Reserve Auctions Ending 1/15702games.com, EliteRecoveryService.com, FreelanceVenture.com, PremiumVino.com, GuidedTesting.com Godaddy No Reserve Auctions Ending Soon Top Investor PicksAuction End Time: 1/15/2020 11:00 am*(PST) Click on a domain to be redirected to the auction listing Domain Current Price (no reserve) 702games.com $89 ApprovedDiet.com $89 BrandCyclone.com $89 BurnerLine.com $89 CoveredForLess.com $89 EliteRecoveryService.com $89 FreelanceVenture.com $89 GolferCo.com…



The new #GoDaddy logo : What’s not to ❤️ love?

By DomainGang DomainGang.com: Times change and CEOs come and go. Bob Parsons and his iconic GoDaddy guy are company history for a few years now. The brilliant GoDaddy founder whose elephant hunting photo triggered a backlash, drove GoDaddy to the top of domain registrars using buxom girls and “shocking” TV ads – to the prude…



Domain Name Sales 2015-2019: Part 1 Volume

By Bob Hawkes NamePros.com: In recent years the total domain name sales volume reported in the NameBio database has ranged from just under $110 million in 2018, to almost $142 million in 2019. This includes results from all domain extensions, but only includes sales of $100 and greater. The complete sales volume is substantially higher,…



Top 10 registrars in China

By Kassey Lee Domain Name Wire: These Chinese companies are top domain name registrars. I get asked from time to time which domain registrars are the best in China and which of them offer services in English. Well, hopefully you’ll find your answers in this article. The China Academy of Information and Communications Technology (CAICT)…



GoDaddy unveils a new logo celebrating their hard-working entrepreneurial customers like app demo…

By Team XYZ Gen.XYZ: You don’t need to have a big team or significant funding behind your idea in order to bring it online and start pulling in users. With that in mind, it’s not surprising that many of our featured .xyz customers have chosen GoDaddy as their registrar. As GoDaddy Chief Brand Officer Cameron…



ICA Public Comment to ICANN on the .COM price increase

By Kamila Sekiewicz Internet Commerce Association: The ICA submitted its comment to ICANN in connection with the Proposed Amendment 3 to the .COM Registry Agreement. ICA voices its concerns as to the effectiveness of ICANN’s Public Comment process in general as well as demonstrates that ICANN allowing Verisign to charge more for .COM domains is…



First guest of the 27.be live interview series is announced

By Konstantinos Zournas OnlineDomain.com: The first guest of the 27.be live interview series was announced today. After the Adam Dicker “disappearance” from his live interview on 27.be a new domain name interview has been scheduled for tomorrow. 27.be will be interviewing Page Howe. Helmuts Meskonis, 2-letter BE domain investor and director of the Latvian Chamber……



AUCTION RECAP OF JANUARY 14, 2020

By Travis M. DSAD.com: A look at the final auction prices, closeouts and more from the domain auction list posted on January 14, 2020. 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…



What to do in Austin during NamesCon

By Andrew Allemann Domain Name Wire: Howdy, y’all. NamesCon in Austin is just two weeks away! This year marks the first year the conference will be in Austin. I lived in Austin for nearly 25 years before moving to the Seattle area last year. So if you’re looking for a place to eat or something…



Encrypt.com : Premium #domain changed hands again after 9 years

By DomainGang DomainGang.com: Encrypt.com, a premium, aged domain name, has been sold. Nine years after its 2011 sale at Sedo for $76,000 dollars, Encrypt.com is now in the possession of Brent Oxley. The serial entrepreneur has been spending top dollar on premium domain names, and Encrypt.com is a domain worth at least eight figures in…



Discover four key ways to expand your business or project in the latest XYZ Quarterly

By Team XYZ Gen.XYZ: We’re wrapping up 2019 with the fourth installment of our “How To Get Online” series: Expand Your Business or Project. Last quarter we shared how to expertly grow your audience, and now you can learn how to take your business or project to the next level by expanding it. Q4 of…



How NameJet has changed over the past four years

By Joseph Peterson Domain Name Wire: Joseph Peterson returns to write about NameJet. The Chinese market implosion and new expired domain deals have changed the face of NameJet since he last wrote. I stopped writing articles about domains at NameJet for DNW about 4 years ago. “My how time flies!” would be one reaction. But…



2002 Vint Cerf “The Internet is for Everyone” RFC 1372

By Page Howe DN.BIZ: ” let us also seek to stimulate regulatory policies that take advantage of the power of competition to reduce costs. ” Vint Cerf RFC 3271 2002 In 2002 Vert Cerf, the leading proponent of the Internet Society money grab on .org. … → The post 2002 Vint Cerf “The Internet is…



Big Name Hunting – City Domain Names

By Page Howe DN.BIZ: Some investors apply the term GEO domains to anything with a city name in it. For me pure Geodomains are the names of states, cities and counties and places. Here is some work we have done recently on the Pure … → The post Big Name Hunting – City Domain Names…



Vint Cerf and Mike Godwin follow bad talking points for .Org deal

By Andrew Allemann Domain Name Wire: Pricing and investment arguments are wrong. Ethos Capital and Internet Society are working overtime to spin the deal to sell .org for $1.35 billion as a good thing. There are certainly some good things about it, but I cringe when I read certain talking points. One is around pricing….



“Domain squatters” have taken control of Kim DotCom’s expired #domain

By DomainGang DomainGang.com: The illustrious Kim Dotcom is still pondering his future after years of litigation, stemming from his MegaUpload project. It seems that one of Kim Dotcom’s precious domain assets, K.im, has changed hands. The domain is on the Island of Man ccTLD and it apparently expired; it’s what is commonly known as a…



BIN or Accept Offers and Leads?

By Elliot Silver DomainInvesting.com: As someone who manages a portfolio of my own domain names, the majority of which I consider to be inventory I would like to move for reasonable retail prices, I have an internal debate about showing buy it now prices vs. accepting offers to generate leads. I am not sure if…



208 Domain Discoveries for January 15th

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…



$224k in Sales on January 14th – SellersHome.com sold for $13,360 – Daily Market Report

By Michael Sumner NameBio.com: The top sale of the day was SellersHome.com which sold for $13,360 at Sedo. NameBio recorded 307 sales $100+ for a total of $200,504 with an average sale price of $653. Compared to the previous day there was an increase of 29% in the number of sales and the total dollar…



Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Tuesday January 15th, 2020

By ShaneCultra DSAD.com: You’ve heard me say this before but I use one test to see if a “brandable” is a good brandable. I ask myself “Can I see this as a name of a beer I’d order” “Would someone in Oregon name their new IPA this?” . If I can, then I think it’s…



Doing a Regular MX Record Check Can Help Thwart Phishing Attacks

By admin WhoisXmlApi.com: These days, sophistication seems to be the secret behind the most effective cybercriminal schemes. And those behind business email compromise (BEC) scams are just some of the perpetrators raking in millions of cash. Targeting email users remains an effective way … → Source: Domaining     



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