Day: February 6, 2020

Understanding and Securing Your DNS Records with a DNS History Lookup Resource

By admin WhoisXmlApi.com: The Domain Name System (DNS) is commonly abused because successfully attacking it reaps great rewards for threat actors and cybercriminals. Domain hijacking, for instance, can allow attackers to siphon off personally identifiable information (PII) and confidential corporate data from compromised … → Source: Domaining     



NameJet and SnapNames to Fully Integrate

By Elliot Silver NameJet and SnapNames are auction platforms that are both owned by Web.com. When it comes to expiry and private auctions, NameJet and SnapNames each operate independently of each other. On deleted domain names, there is an integration, allowing bidders to participate in the same auction on either platform. This is about to…



Hey.com Acquired by Basecamp CEO Jason Fried

By Elliot Silver In September of 2019, I posted an article highlighting a domain name acquisition request from Basecamp CEO Jason Fried. At the time, Jason’s requirements were that the domain name “Must be 3-5 letters, must be pronounceable, must be a .com.” In a tweet today, it looks like Jason revealed the domain name…



Two New Six-Figure Sales Top This Week’s Domain Sales Chart and Neither Are .Coms

DNJournal: Time to do some catching up after NamesCon. A lot of good domain sales were made over the past two weeks with lots of surprises along the way! Source: Domaining     



What was the best buy from NamesCon Live Auction?

By Raymond Hackney The Domains: Now that it’s been a week since the NamesCon live auction. Which buy did you think was the best buy? When the auction was going on and I was live tweeting it seemed many thought BeautySpa.com was a great buy. Someone today emailed me they missed the auction as they…



Now being brokered, 20 years ago Cool.com had a lot going on

By Raymond Hackney TLDInvestors.com: Elliot Silver mentioned yesterday that Future Media Architects will now have it’s domain names brokered by Saw.com. One of the domain names FMA owns is Cool.com. 20 years ago Cool.com had a lot going on and a potential $38 million deal that was never accepted. ZDNet covered the story. Tim Lee…



Lock in the .com to Save on a Rebrand

By Elliot Silver There are several startups currently interested in one of my domain names, and I am in discussions to sell it. None of these startups seem to have the capital available to make the purchase, but I am very confident one is going to be able to come to terms with my company…



Finding Additional Indicators With a SeaTurtle Deep Dive in Passive DNS Within DomainTools Iris

By 949 SeaTurtle continues to effectively use DNS Hijacking techniques to compromise various organizations and government groups. Dive into this post to see how DomainTool Iris can track the action and answer the question, will this continue to happen? Source: Blog Domain Tools     



Godaddy No Reserve Auctions Ending 2/6

Godaddy No Reserve Auctions Ending 2/6BoozeBarge.com, RpmFit.com, SteamTubs.com, TaxGuarantee.com Godaddy No Reserve Auctions Ending Soon Top Investor PicksAuction End Time: 2/6/2020 11:00 am*(PST) Click on a domain to be redirected to the auction listing Domain Current Price (no reserve) BoozeBarge.com $94 (1 bid) BerkeleyCash.com $89 Slcplumbers.com $89 VerveFurniture.com $89 Hawaiantropic.com $89 EasySwaddle.com $89 VoiceForChrist.com $89…



NameJet and SnapNames inventory to become one

By Andrew Allemann Domain Name Wire: Customers only need to place backorders on one site. NameJet and SnapNames domain name inventory is being integrated so that both platforms have the same inventory. Web.com now owns both domain marketplaces, so it makes sense for the inventory to show on both sites. Any registrars that have direct-transfer…



NameJet and SnapNames to Fully Integrate

By Elliot Silver DomainInvesting.com: NameJet and SnapNames are auction platforms that are both owned by Web.com. When it comes to expiry and private auctions, NameJet and SnapNames each operate independently of each other. On deleted domain names, there is an integration, allowing bidders to participate in the same auction on either platform. This is about…



VDF.com : #Vodafone Spain let aged three letter #domain drop!

By DomainGang DomainGang.com: Está loca! Vodafone Spain let VDF.com, a three letter domain acronym registered in 1993, to expire and drop. This incredible feat of stupidity manifested after the domain changed hands in 2015, leaving the hands of a private seller to Vodafone, a telecom giant. Apparently, someone at Vodafone Spain dropped the domain renewal…



Hey.com Acquired by Basecamp CEO Jason Fried

By Elliot Silver DomainInvesting.com: In September of 2019, I posted an article highlighting a domain name acquisition request from Basecamp CEO Jason Fried. At the time, Jason’s requirements were that the domain name “Must be 3-5 letters, must be pronounceable, must be a .com.” In a tweet today, it looks like Jason revealed the domain…



Tarot.co.uk sold for $9,078

By NamePros Daily TNTNames.com: Today: Let’s Talk Domain Pricing Strategy (2020) / How to create outbound sales emails / Exact Match Google Results vs. Monthly Search Volumes / and More… Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today: … → Source: Domaining     



This week’s end user domain name sales

By enduser Domain Name Wire: Several tech companies, a simulation engineering firm and an online cosmetics retailer bought domain names. Sedo’s top public domain name sale of the past week was Chauffage.fr at €62,500. Chauffage means “heater” in French so this was a big keyword domain sale that I assume involved an end user. But…



I have bought no domains this year!

By Konstantinos Zournas OnlineDomain.com: I have bought no domains this year. This is for sure my biggest purchase drought since I started buying domain names in 2002. I have not been extremely active in expired auctions lately but I have made bids on over 20 domains in GoDaddy and Dropcatch auctions and watched quite a…



Unsubscribe.com is expiring, and it’s at $26,000 in auction with less than an hour to go

By Morgan MorganLinton.com: Great domain names expire all the time for one reason or another. In most cases, the owner stopped using it and has no idea what domain names typically sell for in the open market. Today that seems to be the case for Unsubscribe.com which has expired and is in auction at Go…



Uni Market Updates: Share, View, and Sell Better

By Quintin Armour Uniregistry.com: We’re pleased to announce that with the new year, comes a new commitment to engage with our users and release features at a faster pace than ever before. With this in mind, here are the new additions to the Uni Market. Our intention is to provide you new ways to ……



#Domainer masks : New startup launched on fears of a #Coronavirus epidemic

By DomainGang DomainGang.com: If you’re traveling around the world as a domain broker, or to attend conferences such as NamesCon, you need a face mask. The Coronavirus epidemic is forcing many nations to skip travel to China, but the world’s travelers are still flying. A new domain start-up is issuing protective masks for domainers, with…



Latest .com rankings

By Andrew Allemann Domain Name Wire: Here’s how registrars performed in the latest monthly report. ICANN has published the latest official data from Verisign (NASDAQ: VRSN) about the .com namespace. This registrar-by-registrar report covers October 2019. There was a bit of shakeup in the top 10 list as has become common. Web.com was helped by…



Lock in the .com to Save on a Rebrand

By Elliot Silver DomainInvesting.com: There are several startups currently interested in one of my domain names, and I am in discussions to sell it. None of these startups seem to have the capital available to make the purchase, but I am very confident one is going to be able to come to terms with my…



Philip Morris : Barrage of new #UDRP filings for #IQOS in 2020

By DomainGang DomainGang.com: Philip Morris Products S.A. has filed numerous UDRP complaints for domains that contain its marks. The smokeless tobacco company set new records in 2019, and continues to do so in 2020. In just 5 weeks, Philip Morris Products S.A. has filed 26 new UDRP cases, for 30 domains that contain the IQOS…



This domain name forms a picture

By Kassey Lee Domain Name Wire: There’s more to this name than first meets the eye. In 2014, Wei DAI (戴威) and his student friends at Peking University were thinking of a way to solve the so-called “last mile” problem of commuters — the final leg of a person’s journey. They found the answer in…



AUCTION RECAP OF FEBRUARY 5, 2020

By Travis M. DSAD.com: A look at the final auction prices, closeouts and more from the domain auction list posted on February 5, 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…



289 Domain Discoveries for February 6th

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…



$257k in Sales on February 5th – UMO.com sold for $21,200 – Daily Market Report

By Michael Sumner NameBio.com: The top sale of the day was UMO.com which sold for $21,200 at NameJet. NameBio recorded 299 sales $100+ for a total of $236,615 with an average sale price of $791. Compared to the previous day there was a decrease of 11% in the number of sales and the total dollar…



Top Podcast Downloads for January

By Alvin Brown KickStartCommerce.com: Here’s a look at the top 5 podcasts for Kickstart Commerce in January, ranked by number of downloads: Domain Buying, Selling, and Leasing with Global Domain Investor Aishwin Vikhona – Aishwin and I discuss his multi-pronged domain buying and selling strategy, including recent domain sales and negotiation tactics. gTLD Investing… Source:…



How MSSPs Can Enhance Network Resilience with the Help of Domain Name History Records

By admin WhoisXmlApi.com: Threat management has grown increasingly complex for most organizations — with more endpoints to secure, new compliance pressures to face, and advanced persistent threats (APTs) to monitor. As a result, several organizations have opted to modify their approach to network … → Source: Domaining     



Intro to 10 Things – The Biggest Myth in Domaining

By Page Howe DN.BIZ: The Biggest Myth in Domaining You Can Make Money by “Buying” Domain Names Longer Read 9-15 minutes. So I’ve fallen prey to this many times, so its time to get real. I’ve said it before, domaining can be a delusional … → The post Intro to 10 Things – The Biggest…



Acquisitions drive CentralNic’s revenue

By Konstantinos Zournas OnlineDomain.com: CentralNic Group plc (AIM: CNIC) announced an update on its trading for both Q4 and FY 2019. CentralNic nearly doubled its revenue in 2019 to US$109 million. Trading update highlights CentralNic’s unaudited revenue for the financial year 2019 was US$109 million, up 95% from US$56 million in financial year 2018 (converted…



IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Thursday, February 6th

By Josh E DSAD.com: Another Namescon come and gone. The drive wasn’t too bad, obviously driving for 26 hours each way can start to wear on you. I listened to several audio books and podcasts. I had a cooler sitting on the back seat stocked with Red Bull and snacks. I attempted to sleep a…



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