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At the beginning of 2017 we asked if our reader’s were #bullish or bearish on #domaining for the new year. 65% bullish and 35% were bearish. So #how did 2017 pan out for you? Was the year better or worse for you in terms of your domain investments? (please don’t factor in stock market or […] The post How was your 2017 domaining experience? appeared first on read more...

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13 Things You Should Give Up If You Want To Be Successful; Thank You for Not Admitting my Son #to Your Prestigious College; Apple Changes Business of Selling Your Browsing Data; 18 New Year's Resolutions of an AI; Facebook?s music deal could give a big boost to its video effort; Think You?re Seeing More Drug Ads on TV? You Are, and Here?s Why; Inside this box could be the future of read more...

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Here is why I feel it?s just better to #stop the #bleeding now: PRICE: The price of the .car and .cars URLs are ridiculous. Even at a discount, if you are lucky enough to have one, the domain is not worth what is being charged for registrations and especially yearly renewals and this has likely resulted in many drops and will #continue to result in drops if this is not done away with eventually. ROI: No one is using the domain names and I continue to see... Click to expand... Stop the [New gTLD] Bleeding read more...

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It?s a been a few weeks since NameJet debuted its Premium .WS Emoji Domain Auction. In my opinion, the results have been interesting to say the least when compared to #emoji #domain auctions over at GoDaddy. GoDaddy has fallen completely off the map for... NameJet Scores a COOL $3K Emoji Domain Auction read more...

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The top sale of the day was 99600.com which #sold for $6,410 at NameJet. NameBio recorded 175 #sales for a total of $104,277 with an average sale price of $596. Compared to the previous day there was an increase of 13% in the number of sales and the total dollar amount increased by 24%. Sales With History The domain ATHH.com sold for $460 at NameJet for... $104k in Sales on December 26th ? 99600.com sold for read more...

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George Kirikos posted a thread on Namepros about what not to say in a #domain inquiry. Here are some words and phrases I see all too often, that folks should avoid putting into their domain name inquiries: 1. student 2. non-profit 3. reasonable 4. I’m a broker 5. we have a client 6. starting a […] The post You had me at scumbag appeared first on read more...

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The modus operandi of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) is achieving #consensus. This also holds true for the principal rights protection mechanism that emerged from a two-year round of debates organized by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) that ICANN implemented in 1999 as the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP). Consensus rules; not precedent, although consensus inevitably becomes that. The concept of consensus was highlighted in the WIPO Overview of WIPO Panel Views on Selected UDRP Questions, Original Edition (2005): "On most read more...

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Things seem "normal" with SPORT #new gTLDs with slow growing registration figures but did you take a closer read more...

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