Forbes just published a post about Google’s new gTLD initiative and well basically mucked it all up. The story covered Google’s acquisition of .App for $25 Million but a quick read through the 1st paragraph of the story and you can see the author hasn’t really kept up with developments of the new gTLD program […]
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A Wanted.com is a general use domain name that can be widely usen for business purposes.
I watch the Tosh.o show every Tuesday on Comedy Central, last night was the third new episode for this season. Daniel ended the show on a note that domain investors would take an interest in. Daniel promised to make domain recommendations that would help you get rich. Daniel recommended some hilarious domains and the power […]
.Whosewho a new gTLD went into general availability on March 2nd. Today on March 4th. According to ntldstats.com there are a whopping 21 registrations two days into GA, including any domain names registered by trademark holders in the Sunrise period. A .whosewho domain name registration is priced at $90 at 101domain.com and […]
Sometimes owners of short, generic .coms use those domains for a different purpose. The domain name Loser.com currently redirects to the Wikipedia page for rapper/entertainer Kanye West. The story is getting plenty of coverage even though it is a simple redirect with not much else going on. USA Today Which pointed out that Kanye did […]
I got a couple of emails overnight from people that have domain names parked at InternetTraffic.com that says both their parked pages and IT are down since early last night I just checked some of my domain names and they appear to be down as well. I’ve been in contact with InternetTraffic.com who tells me […]
Rebecca Tushnet wrote on her blog about a case that included UDRP expenses being counted as injury in a recent TM case between Migliore & Associates, LLC v. Kentuckiana Reporters, LLC. From the article: Intro: “The court reporter game is a tough racket. It’s tougher still when a competitor registers an internet domain name that […]